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Sabitri Brata 2020 in Odisha Date, Savitri Amabasya Puja

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

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

'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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Saraswati Puja

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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