- Alligator 427 (discuss) October 26, 2014 at 10:56 (CET) .Then it is necessary to treat Divali at the same time among the Hindus, but also among the Sikhs and the Jains; And it is necessary both to treat Divali in North India, and in Bengal as well as in South India, since not only the number of days differs, but in addition, it is Kali that we celebrate in Bengal, and not Lakshmi, which changes completely (just compare their photos a bit!)Should we keep the item as it is, should it be lightened, should we add sugar, should we sprinkle with chilli?Be careful not to throw the baby out with the bathwater, replacing all “diwali” with “divali”, even in English sources, which breaks the links, even though they are essential for sourcing the ...
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By the end of this session children will learn that Diwali is a festival of light and colour and is similar to the festivals of other religions including their own (Attainment Target 2).In some parts of India Diwali is celebrated as a New Year festival.Eid, Christmas, Hanukkah and if there are some children who do not celebrate any festivals I will also try and engage them by asking them the occasions they celebrate e. g. birthdays.From this topic of food, children will also learn that food and drink are generally part of every celebration and so are they part of religious festivals (Attainment Target 2).In the introduction I have talked about how I can introduce the topic e. g. by asking questions to children, by discussing about the fe...
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‘Celebrate India Inc.’ had started with Diwali Celebrations in the heart of city at the iconic Federation Square in 2006.The Diwali event regularly attracts national organizations like AFL, Cricket Australia, White Ribbon, Melbourne Airport and artists from other communities and India .Diwali in Fiji is often remarked by people from India as being observed on a larger scale then Diwali celebrations in India, as fireworks and Diwali related events begin at least a week before the actual day.Diwali is a five day festival in many regions of India, with Diwali night centering on the new moon – the darkest night – at the end of the Hindu lunar month of Ashvin and the start of the month of Kartika.The 14th (elsewhere known as Naraka Chaturdash...
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The word Diwali is a contraction of deepavali – which literally means “cluster of lights” or “row of lamps” and the festival symbolises the triumph of light over darkness.Diwali is one of the most ancient Hindu festivals in India where it is a national holiday and celebrated by Indian people all over the world.Hindus believe that a Diwali visit from Lakshmi will bring them luck and wealth in the year to come.According to one of the Hindu calendars used in the north of India, Diwali marks the beginning of the new year and at this time shopkeepers generally close their accounts, place their books before a picture of Lakshimi, the goddess of wealth and pray to her for better profits in the coming year.Lakshimi is the Hindu deity most closel...
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The festival of Diwali teaches us many values of life.India being a melting-pot of religious race an d cultures, it has a plethora of festivals and feasts.Festivals are the lifeblood of all nations.It is also believed that Diwali is connected with the triumph of Lord Krishna over the demon king Narakasur However, the most prevalent belief is that the festival marks the victory of Lord Ram over Ravana.Diwali is thus, my favorite festival.
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The true celebration of Diwali is when we light a lamp in the life of some poor orphan or bring some cheer into the heart of a crippled innocent through our kindness and generosity.These are the days in which Diwali is celebrated.Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of the major festivals in Hinduism, and is one of the important and widely spread holidays celebrated in India.Diwali is celebrated in five days.The third day is called Diwali.
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Information on diwali includes, Diwali festival is one of the most popular festivals throughout the world.(India is the 2nd most populated country in the world) INFORMATION OF PEOPLE The people of India are among the warmest and the most hospitable people in the world.Transport and commmunication India has one of the largest road networks in the world with a total length of 33.Population of India .Lotus temple The grand “Lotus Temple” is termed by many as the Taj of modern India.
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The time of Diwali is one of the most festive and beautiful times of the year.Diwali is celebrated on the thirteenth/fourteenth day in the dark half of Kartik (October – November); it is also known as Krishna Chaturdashi.The festival has been celebrated for ages in India.Diwali celebrates Lord Rama’s glorious and long-awaited return to his Kingdom of Ayodhya after his fourteen long years of exile in the forests.The meanings of Diwali, its symbols and rituals, and the reasons for celebration are innumerable.
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Bihu Bihu denotes a set of three different cultural festivals of Assam and celebrated by the Assamese diaspora around the world.The new constitution, as drafted and approved by the Constituent Assembly of India, was mandated to take effect on 26 January 1950-and India became a republic.It is one of three national holidays in India.Republic day In India, Republic Day honours the date on which the Constitution of India came into force-on 26 January 1950-replacing theGovernment of India Act (1935) as the governing document of India. ]4] In the Gregorian calendar, Diwali falls between mid-october and mid- November.. Diwali is one of the most important festivals of the year and is celebrated in families by performing traditional activities Na...
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Gurpurbs are the largest religious festivals of the Sikhs which are celebrated with great devotion and love for the Gurus.We asked them a number of questions about their religious festivals, faith, and opinion on other religions and cultural differences.The numerous festivals of India lend an enchanting colour to it as its differently dressed people, as its people of bright, brown and dark complexion, as its people of linguistic differences, as its people of different cultures, live together.The fairs and festivals attracting large gatherings are taken advantage of by Government, religious and social organisations, and business firms, for doing publicity.Diwali as millions of people in India know it; is one of the main religious festival...
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The descriptions of the festivals in this essay offer only a taste of Indian culture.Nevertheless, there are those festivals, such as karwa chauth, practiced with great austerity by women of the Hindu faith in devotion to their husbands, which are not festivals as such, though there may be something of a festive air attached to these occasions.In remote places like Fiji, Mauritius, Trinidad, Jamaica, and Guyana, these festivals are celebrated with a pomp and vigor not always witnessed in India itself, indicating the intensity of India culture even after it travels away from the subcontinent.Furthermore, these festivals represent the Hindu tradition.Men, women, and children revel in throwing colored powder and squirting colored water on e...
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In remote places like Fiji, Mauritius, Trinidad, Jamaica, and Guyana, these festivals are celebrated with a pomp and vigor not always witnessed in India itself, indicating the intensity of India culture even after it travels away from the subcontinent.As in any old civilization, most of these festivals have religious ties.Thus, festivals often commemorate the sacred bond felt by the Indian villagers to their land.With so much diversity embedded within one culture, it is easy to understand why India is called “a land of festival and fairs.” Every day of the year there is a festival celebrated in some part of the country.Yet others, most notably Diwali and Holi, have been instrumental in bringing the diaspora of Indian communities back tog...
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It leads to goodwill and friendship and provides one and all with the opportunity to greet each other and herald the coming year with feelings of comradeship.Diwali is a beautiful festival because every house looks like a little palace with lights.People could simply play cards, but drinking and gambling could be corrupting influences and the purity and sanctity of the festival is spoiled when such activities take place.People bury their old gradges, forget all ill feelings that they might have harboured over the year.In fact the fire stations work overtime on Diwali because there are many cases of children and even adults getting burnt while bursting crackers and houses burnt.
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My Opinion about festivals of India .India is a land where the life of its people is beautified with festivals.Every festival In India have different colors, prayers, sweets and old uniquerituals Many types of festivals are celebrated here in India like national, regional, local, religiousor seasonal festivals.A large number of festivals being celebrated in India have a religious outlook.Epigraphical evidences prove that festivals have been celebrated in India since Vedictimes.
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The main objectives of festivals are to bring people from different walks of life to welcome each section of society with open arms and to forget the narrow differences between one another.National festivals like Republic Day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanti and others are celebrated with great patriotic fervour.India is the only country where these festivals are celebrated with great devotion to the Almighty and seasonal variations; festivals offer a welcome break from the daily routine.Diwali is the most prominent of the Hindu festivals.The Hindus, the Muslims, the Christians, the Sikhs all have a large number of festivals in the course of the year.
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In the cities and other urban sites, we can note that noise pollution is higher than usual during election times- the politicians about a hundred from each political party, which itself count up to seven hundred fifty from all over the nation, use loudspeakers that cross the maximum noise limit approved by the Supreme Court of India.The maximum decibel limit ranges between 125 and 145 db (db- Decibel; unit to measure the noise level) Especially during Diwali- a famous festival of light celebrated all over India by Hindus- involves bursting of firecrackers and bombs.It may sound weird, but noise pollution is one of the most prominent environmental pollutants in India.These explosions and lights are mainly incorporated into these festivals...
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Another matter of grave concern is environmental pollution.Diwali is the festival closest to my heart.The onus is upon us to celebrate responsibly by staying within the decibel limit.Diwali is the festival of lights and crackers constitute its focal point.But for a state topping the charts on the air pollution barometer, another drop in the ocean shouldn’t matter much.
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The Maha Shivaratri and Elephant Festival festivals celebrate devotion to Shiva.Maharashtra (in Marathi: महाराष्ट्र (mahārāṣṭra)) is a state in western India created in 1960, on linguistic grounds.Other festivals celebrated on a large scale include Vijayadashami or Dussehra, Navaratri, Holi, Diwali, Eid al-Fitr.Its population was 112,372,972 in 2011, which ranks it as the second most populous state in India.Maharashtra has the largest network of state roads in all of India.
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Except of the tourists places mostly the state is well known for the food, festivals, people & their life style.Food, festivals and lifestyle are famous of Gujarat state.These all festivals are big attractions for foreign tourist.Longest coastline attracts to the foreigners, moreover cosmopolitan cities, long river banks, colourful festivals, food with novelty but unchanged culture, speedy-easy but cheapest transportation system those are all main sources for to has success and vibrant tourism spot.Gujarat have different festivals and they play an important role to call foreign tourists, major of the festivals are Diwali, Navratri, Raksha Bandhn, Janmastmi, Holi, Kite Festival and many more.
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Many festivals like Diwali, Holi, Eid, Christmas are all celebrated by sharing sweets with family, neighbours and friends.India has many historical places like Taj Mahal, Char Minar, Qutum Minar, Red Fort.Yes, it is INDIA.India is the seventh largest country in the world.Proud to be an Indian and “I love my Country”.
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I don't want to murder you, but it bothers me ... Good job Nonopoly (d) June 11, 2009 at 9:34 pm (CEST) .I'm sorry, but I don't want to continue.History of varying the pleasures, I offer you a dive into popular Indian thought through this article on Divālī, the great festival of India which is at the same time the equivalent of Christmas and the New Year.So I don't understand the use of these diacritics there.No WP uses this transliteration which seems to me totally unsuitable in this case.
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.. Indians are fascinated by the celebrities so they organized star visits and sponsoring films like in “Vivaah”,”Krissh” .They also sponsored the “Lakme Fashion Week” and “Femina Miss India Contest”.The advertising campaign will run throughout the year starting from April 2011 till the end of March 2012 giving main focus during the festive season like November, December as these are the season where major festivals occur in India.Jewellery (2010) ‘Jewellerry -India’ Euromonitor International: Country Sector Briefing ... Tanishq target the leading woman magazine like “Femina”, “Filmfare” which are very popular in India and other leading newspaper like “The Times of India” and such advertisement are frequent during occasions and it is q...
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The festivities .such as Christmas and Diwali has been the best time for Smith and Robin to take over the market for increased sales.Question no.2: This may be the right time to enter India.Also, since these brands have to pay high tariffs, the brands offer premium prices, which are questionable by the customers.Unfortunately in India however the tariffs and strict regulation for direct foreign investment has been major hurdle in offering low prices.A grey market already does a thriving business in both branded products smuggled into the country, and ersatz ones.
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In 2003, in India, a study made in Hisar showed that the pyrotechnic elements of the Diwali festival tripled the air pollution there for PM10 and the total number of particles in suspension.In the United States in 2007, in order not to have to ban them or consider them as subject to prosecution, the EPA proposed to consider fireworks as a cultural tradition (citing Independence Day, Chinese New Year and Diwali) as exceptional events (such as volcanic eruptions) not susceptible to prosecution.The level of airborne PM 2.5 and carbon black increases on holidays the same day as Diwali, while PM 10 crosses the most on the following days.The pollution specifically induced by Diwali now has a continental scale.88% of all fireworks in the year i...
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These Yagna performances are thought to create powerful agents in the atmosphere surrounding the house that will keep the household environment clean and healthy.Based on the inferences from Valmiki’s Ramayana, Kalidas’s Raghuvans, Tulsidas’s Ram Charit Manas, and Keshavdas’s Ram Chandra Yas Chandrika as well as common perception in India, Rama, Sita, and of Lakshmana returned to Ayodhya on the 30th day of Ashvin (19–20 days after Vijayadashmi).In India, the harvest season begins at this time and so the Mother Goddess is invoked to start the new harvest season and reactivate the vigor and fertility of the soil.Vijayadashami (Bengali: বিজয়াদশমী, Kannada: ವಿಜಯದಶಮಿ, Malayalam: വിജയദശമി, Marathi: विजयादशमी, Nepali: विजया दशमी, Oriya: ବିଜୟାଦ...
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Fireworks in this Diwali is all set to become a little environment-savvy .But during Diwali it hovers anywhere between 110 and 130 db.City’s hospitals registered about 80 cases of damage to the eye.Levels of SO2 and RSPM (respirable suspended particulate matter) was found marginally higher on Diwali day.From now, the fancy fireworks that used to create big noise .
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Benares is the most sacred city of India.Hinduism is a mixture of religious, philosophical, cultural ideas and practices that originated in India.Hinduism is a religion that began in India thousands of years ago.Hinduism dates back to the early Harappa period in India.Some of their celebrations are Holi the festival of colors and spring in February-march; Diwali is the festival of lights and Lakshmi from September-October.
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The typical user is perceived to be a young woman with oily skin.Delving beyond families, the 2004 Celebrations commercials starring Amitabh Bachchan cemented the spirit of friendship with the tagline `Aisi Mithaas Jo Dosti Banaye Khaas’.In 2002, with the tagline `Rishtey Pakne Do’ the Rich Dry Fruit Collection was introduced in the market that got families together in festive times... Recognizing the market potential, Cadbury decided to add the Diwali twist to Celebrations.The challenge for Clinique is to maintain its current image strengths but to soften the youthful image (to make the brand accessible to mature women) and to reach out beyond the specialized focus on oily, problem skin to a broader audience.
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However, among the Jains, the festivals themselves remain marked with a certain austerity.The date of Divali is set according to traditional Hindu calendars, of the lunisolar type derived from the ancient Vedic calendar are: the Vikram in North India - according to which the New Year is the fourth day of festivals of Divali - and Shalivahana in South India.In Mauritius, where the very large community of Indian origin represents more than 60% of the population (80% of whom are Hindus), Diwali, as in India, celebrates the victories of Rama over Ravana and Krishna over Narakasura.Unlike North India, Divali does not coincide with the start of the new year, as the Shalivahana calendar is used in South India.Much like in India, Ganesh is assoc...
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Malaysians of Hindu religion begin the feast with the traditional oil bath as practiced in South India, then they go to pray in the temple.In Mauritius, where the very large community of Indian origin represents more than 60% of the population (80% of whom are Hindus), Diwali, as in India, celebrates the victories of Rama over Ravana and Krishna over Narakasura.However, among the Jains, the festivals themselves remain marked with a certain austerity.Having feasted on these delicious foods, Lord Yama covered his sister with blessings and bestowed on her a divine gift: henceforth, whenever a brother visits his sister on Bhai Duj (last day of the Divali festivals) , he enjoys health and prosperity.The Supreme Court of India has banned firec...
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