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Sabitri Brata 2020 in Odisha Date, Savitri Amabasya Puja

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Sabitri Brata is an important ritual of married Hindu women with husbands alive. This year, Sabitri Brata will be observed on 22nd May 2020...

Danda Nacha – ଦଣ୍ଡ ନାଚ

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Resting for about twelve months, spring comes with sheer joy and happiness. Usually spring arrives during the month of March and April with various...

Sitalsasthi Yatra

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'Sital' means cold.  Sixth day of the Odiya month Jyestha where from the earth begins to become cold is sitalsasthi on which day Lord...

Khudurukuni Osa

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On the Sundays of the month of 'Bhadrab' or 'Bhadra' this festival is observed by the unmarried girls of the business community of the...

Tara Tarini Mela

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The Tara Tarini Mela of Ganjam is not only famous in the District but also throughout the state. The legendary information on Tara Tarini...

Raja Festival in Odisha

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Raja Parba or Raja Festival or Mithuna Sankranti is a four day long festival. The Raja festival is one of the major festival or...

Rukuna Rath Yatra of Odisha

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Every year Rukuna Rath Yatra of Lord Lingaraj on Ashokasthami and Sri Ram Navami is celebrated with great fanfare by the devotees in the...

Chaitra Parba in Odisha

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The Chaitra Parba or Chhau Festival is the major festival of the tribal people of Koraput. It commences from 10th/11th April every year and...

Garvana Sankranti

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All the festivals in Odisha are related to Season, Religion and Social. Among these festivals some festivals are related to Agriculture. Such as Akhaya...
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Saraswati Puja

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About Saraswati Puja Goddess Saraswati is represented as a graceful woman in white, a symbol of purity and peace. She is the Goddess who signifies...

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