होली (Holi) रंगों का त्यौहार है होली (Holi) खुब मस्ती और धुम्धाम से मनाई जाती है बच्चो में तो इस का ख़ास excitement देखा जाता है होली पर विशेषकर गुजिया (Gujiya), ठंडाई (thanthai) सब खुब पसंद करते है लोग एक दुसरे के घर जा के एक दुसरे को रंग लगाते है और एक दुसरे को मिठाई खिलाते है बच्चा party तो मिठाई को खाने की ताक पे होते है. इस होली आप सब भी अपने को घर मिठाई की खुश्बू से महकाए. आप सब के लिये गुजिया(Gujiya), चन्द्रकला गुजिया(Chandrakala Gujiya) और ठंडाई (thanthai)की recipes. Continue reading “Holi Special Sweets Recipies”
Holi is a festival of colors and joy. Holi is celebrated with family and friends with full excitement in India. People are throwing colors on others and drink Bhang, dance like crazy and sweets and snacks and sing special holi song with all. Children are very much excited for Holi. They buy pichkari, different colors, and balloons for this occasion. Children are waiting for playing Holi with heart. Continue reading “Tips for safe Holi- Happy Holi”
Holi is a colorful festival in India is celebrated on Phalgun Purnima which comes in February end or early March. Holi celebrates the triumph of ‘good’ over ‘bad’. This festival Holi reduces the social gap and sweet relationships. Holi celebration begins with lighting up of a bonfire on the Holi eve. People rub ‘gulal’ and ‘abeer’ on each others’ faces and cheer up saying, “bura na maano Holi hai”. Continue reading “Holi Celebration – Stories behind Holi”
होली (Holi) – Celebration of Holi
होली (Holi) भारत में धूम धाम से मनाई जाती है। होली (Holi) रंगों के त्यौहार है। होली (Holi) फाल्गुन महीने में पूर्णमासी के दिन मनाया जाता है।मथुरा की होली सबसे जयादा famous है। होली मनाने का तरीका हर जगह का भले अलग अलग होता है मगर मस्ती हर जगह छाई होती है हर कोए रंगों में रंगा होता है घरों से पकवनो और मिठाई की खुशबु आती है हर घर मस्ती से भरपुर होता है। भारत के अन्य festival की तरह होली (Holi) भी बुराई पर अच्छाई की जीत का प्रतीक है। प्राचीन पौराणिक कथा के अनुसार होली से राजा हिरण्यकश्यप की कहानी जुड़ी है। Continue reading “Celebration of Holi – होली का मह्त्व”
Happy Diwali : The brightest festival among all the Hindu festival is Diwali. Diwali is a festival of light. This year Diwali falls on 30 October 2016(Sunday). Happiness and joy are all around the country. Everyone enjoy Diwali with family, friends, and relatives. On Diwali, people meet their families and near & dear one. Every Hindu family celebrates Diwali with love.
Diwali is celebrated as a day on which Lord Rama returned to his Kingdom Ayodhya after 14 years of exile, in which he put an end to the demon Ravana of Lanka, who was a great Pundit, highly learned but still evil dominated his mind. After this victory of Good over Evil, Rama returned to Ayodhya. In Ayodhya, the people welcomed them by lighting rows of clay lamps. So, it is an occasion in honor of Rama’s victory over Ravana; of Truth’s victory over Evil. Continue reading “Happy Diwali – Stories & Celebration”
The Bond of love between sisters and brothers is celebrated on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan in India. On this day sister ties a thread around her brother’s wrist as a symbol of protection while the he promises to protect and take care of her. Raksha Bandhan falls on the day of the full moon. On this occasion all family members cherish the love of sisters and brothers. On this occasion brothers offer gifts to their sisters just to make her happy. Sisters show their love to brothers by tieing attractive piece of thread (Rakhi). It is also known as Rakhi Poornima or Rakhi
Raksha Bandhan – History
- There were different stories behind Raksha Bandhan occasion but the famous one is Rani Karnavati of Chittorgarh and Mughal King Humayun. Chittorgarh was once attacked by Bahadur Shah and it was not possible for widowed Rani Karnavati to save her empire from the mighty force of Bahadur Shah. She sent a rakhi to Humayun and pleaded to save her and the empire. Overcome by emotions, Humayun, along with his force, immediately rushed to Chittorgarh to protect the queen. Though he could not save Karnavati as she and all other womenfolk there had committed suicide before he could reach, Humayun fought against Bahadur Shah and saved Chittorgarh from his invasion. Later, he handed over the empire to Karnavati’s son Vikramjeet Singh.
- It is believed that once Lord Krishna cut his finger and was bleeding profusely. Seeing this, Draupadi tore a part of her sari and tied it around his finger. This is believed to be the reason why he saved her during hercheerharanby Kaurava.
- Rakhi saved Alexander The Great’s life. When he had invaded India, his wife Roxana had sent a rakhi to the Katoch King Porus and he had vowed to protect her and her husband. So, on the battlefield when he was about to kill Alexander he saw the rakhi and refrained from killing him.
Source – International business times, DNS