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1267 words sample essay on Pongal festival

The great diversity of Indian religious beliefs and the varied cultural traditions of different States are very interesting. This is seen in the festival of Pongal. Pongal is celebrated all over the South as Makar Sankranti.

Short essay on Onam festival of Kerala

Onam is one of the most significant harvest festivals of Kerala and is an attraction for thousands of people outside and within the State.

Short essay on ganesh chaturthi festival in India

Ganesha is famous for being a trickster and for his sense of humour. He is equally famous for his wisdom. He is the son of Shiva (Destroyer in the Hindu Holy Trinity of Creator-Preserver-Destroyer) and Parvati Shiva’s consort.

1241 words essay on durga puja festival

The main puja starts from Shasthi. This is the sixth day after the new moon. On Saptami, the image of the goddess is infused with life through a process called Bodhon.

219 essay on Car Festival of Puri, Orissa

People in Orissa are religious. They accept Lord Jagannath as their racial Lord. So they celebrate all the festivals concerning him. Car festival in an important festival concerning Lord Jagannath. So this is a very important festival for the Oriyas.

Shot essay on The Muharram Festival

The Muharram is -a sacred festival of the Muslims. It is observed to celebrate the death of Hussain, the grand­son of Prophet Mahammad. Hasan and Hussain, as the two grand-sons of Prophet Mahammad, Inherited his property.

Essay on My Favourite Festival

India is a multicultural land where various languages are spoken, may religious and customs observed, and may festivals are celebrated.

Write an essay on Onam festival

For the people of Kerala, Onam brings in a period of festivities. These festivities that begin in the month of Shravan, corresponding to August or September, every year, last for 15 days.

378 words essay on Deepavali festival for kids

Deepavali is a festival of lights. Diwali is a corrupt form of Deepavali. Deepavali means row of lights. It is a symbol of victory of light over darkness. People celebrate Deepavali as they have come to light out of darkness.

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