This is the 32nd year of 60 years from Telugu Calendar. This is called “Shri. Vilambhi”. Telugu and Kannada new year are celebrated as “Ugaadi” and Marathi speaking people celebrate this as “Guid Padva”. For Telugu speaking people, festival starts with eating a dish that is made up of Mango, Neem, Chilli powder, Bananan, Jaggari Continue reading “/blog/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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Maha Shivarathri is one of the auspicious festivals in India where people offer special worship to Lord Shiva. This is also a festival where people do fasting and observe night staying awake. More about Maha Shivarathri Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honour of the god Shiva. There is a Shivaratri in Continue reading “/blog/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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Bhogi, Makara Sankranthi, Kanuma and Mukkanuma are celebrated as biggest and one of the auspicious festivals in Andhra Pradesh. In fact, celebrations of this festival begins a month before and that is called Dhanur Masam. Bhogi is the first day of this four day pongal festival. Normally it comes on 13th day of January; but Continue reading “/blog/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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This year it is a sort of coincidence that two of my favorite auspicious occasions have come on the same day. That are Vinayaka Chavithi (birthday of Lord Ganesha) and Teachers day (birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan, Educationist and the 2nd President of India). Vinayaka Chavithi is yet another festival which I enjoyed a Continue reading “/blog/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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Lord Hanuman is regarded as the one who secure us from danger. As per Hindu Calendar, today is Hanuman Jayanti (birthday). I still remember my father used to chant Hanuman Chalisa while we get to sleep. It’s also a belief that while listening or chanting Hanuman Chalisa before sleep keep us away from danger dreams. Continue reading “/blog/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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