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Festiva in India

Jan 2nd, 2010 09:51
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India is a land of great diversity. It covers a land mass roughly the
size of Europe and is home to one fifth of humanity. It's domain extends
3,300 km from the northern snow capped Himalayas to the steamy palm
dotted south.
Its' people speak a total of 1,652 dialects and has 15 officially
recognized languages with a cuisine that undergoes changes every 200 km.
Lifestyles and customs vary every few hundred kms. Each state promotes
it's tourist wonders.
It has a myriad festivals, in rhythm with the cycle of the seasons, with
sowings and harvesting. As elsewhere, around them have grown legends,
most depicting the victory of good over evil. Before Independence, many
persons counted his age or an important event in his life by connecting
them with particular festivals during h/her birth year!. These were the
punctuation marks in the story of his life. 
The word festival means feast day, festive celebration. As kids, when
there used to be festivals the only thing that came to our minds was
holidays and sweets that in turn meant lots of fun. India being a
society of may religions there are a lot many festivals. For the Hindus
there is diwali, for the Muslims there is id, for the Christians its
Christmas and for the Parsis itís the New Year and apart from all these
days there are two other days that are celebrated by all Indians
irrespective of cast, creed or sex. Yes, its 26th January and 15th
August. i.e. republic day and the Independence Day
One of the biggest festivals of Hindus, Deepawali or Diwali in India is
celebrated with lots of enthusiasm and happiness. This festival is
celebrated for five continuous days, with the third day being celebrated
as the main Diwali or as 'Festival of Lights'. Fireworks are always
associated with this festival. The day is celebrated with people
lighting diyas, candles all around their house. Lakshmi Puja is
performed in the evening to seek divine blessings of Goddess of Wealth.
Diwali gifts are exchanged among all near and dear ones.
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The word festival means feast day, festive celebration. As kids, when
there used to be 
festivals the only thing that came to our minds was holidays and sweets
that in turn meant lots of fun. India being a society of may religions
there are a lot many festivals. For the Hindus there is diwali, for the
Muslims there is id, for the Christians its Christmas and for the Parsis
itís the New Year and apart from all these days there are two other days
that are celebrated by all Indians irrespective of cast, creed or sex.
Yes, its 26th January and 15th August. i.e. republic day and the
Independence Day
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