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- It is a three-day women's fasting festival that begins on the “third day of bright moon fortnight” of the Shraavana month of the Hindu calendar - normally between.
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- Nag Panchami is also celebrated in many parts of India on the fifth day after Amavasya of Shraavana month. The snake god Nāga is worshiped. The last day of the Shraavana is celebrated as Pola, where the bull is worshiped by farmers from Maharashtra.
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- For many, it has extended beyond the traditional brother-sister relationship and is used to celebrate the love of ones cousins or even very close friends. The festival takes place in the Hindu calendar month of Shraavana, and falls on August 10 this year.
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- This was a meaningful event held in memory of the great poet Bendre. A few poems chosen from the collections since 1982 to 2014 have been republished in the form of a book, “Matte Bantu Shraavana”.
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- It is observed on the third day of the Hindu lunar month of Shraavana, also known as Sawan, as it falls during the monsoon season when the desert turns green after the rains. This is why the Shraavana Teej is also called Hariyali (greenery) Teej.
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- In western India and parts of Maharashtra, Gujarat, and Goa Shraavana Poornima (full moon) day is celebrated as Narali Purnima. On this day, an offering of a ...
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- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. For the month of the Hindu calendar, see Shraavana.
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