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Gowri Ganesha Festival in Karnataka

Read about the Gowri Ganesha festival a major festival for the Hindus in Karnataka. The festival is in two parts. One is the Gowri pooja and the other part is the Ganesha Chathurthi celebration. It is a festival of poojas to the mother and son, as Gowri is the mother of Ganesha.

Unique festivals of karunadu- kodava samskruthi

my article describes the exotic culture of Kodagu, a marvel place in Karnataka. I have tried to explain in detail the important festival of kodavas that is tula sankramana and also described the myth behind this festival. my article also highlights the importance and features of river KAVERI. explore the beauty and experiance the adventure of Kodagu

Tula Sankramana -festival of Karnataka

In this article you can find a brief note on the festival tula sankramana,how to reach talacavery, on going events and other facilities related to safety of pilgrims along with parking of vehicles during this occasion.

Mahalaya Paksha and Mahalaya Amavasya

Read this article on the Mahalaya Paksha - Pitru Paksha, a fortnight just before the start of Navarathri (9 nights), are very important days to the Hindus. During these days the Hindus perform rituals in memory of departed family members and to lift their souls to higher level in the nether world.

Anantha Chathurdasi Observation

This article is on the importance of the festival Anantha Chathurdasi and its observation by Hindus. This festival is a vrath (vow) is to appease the deity Anantha (the eternal). Anantha is the name of the serpent of Lord Vishnu. Anantha is also one name of Sri Vishnu, the eternal. It is a religious observation to appease the serpent king Anantha and Lord Vishnu, the protector for happiness and prosperity. The belief is that if one observes the Vratha for 14 years, that person will attain Vaikunda.

Sri Krishna Janmashtami Festival Celebration

This article is all about the Srikrishna Janmashtami festival, and the celebration procedures and cultural activities. The name itself suggests that the celebration is of the birthday of the divine Lord Srikrishna. Janmashtami is an important day for all Hindus and especially to the devotees of Lord Krishna. This year the Jaynthi falls on 22 August, 2011.

Ramzan(Ramadan) and Eid Al Fitr in Karnataka

This article gives the details of Ramzan (Ramadan) and Eid Al Fitr. This festival is of one month duration. Ramzan is a very important festival of Muslims all over the world. Since this festival begins and ends with the sighting of the new moon the dates may vary slightly in different parts of the world and in India itself. Ramadan is celebrated in Karnataka during 2nd to 31st August, 2011.
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