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Sankashti Chaturthi 2013 Dates Calander

Sankashti Chaturti (Which is dedicated to lord Ganesha) is an auspicious day falls on krishna paksha chaturthi in a Hindu lunar month. Below are the dates of Sankashti Chaturti in 2013. Ganesha devotees observe a fast (fasting – upvaas) on Sankashta Chaturthi Vrata days. Here are Listing Sankashti 2013 or Sankashti Chaturthi 2013 dates.

01st January 2013 (Tuesday) Angarki Chaturthi
30th January 2013 (Wednesday) Sankashti Chaturthi
01st March 2013 (Friday) Sankashti Chaturthi
30th March 2013 (Saturday) Sankashti Chaturthi
28th April 2013 (Sunday) Sankashti Chaturthi
28th May 2013 (Tuesday) Angarki Chaturthi
26th June 2013 (Wednesday) Sankashti Chaturthi
25th July 2013 (Thursday) Sankashti Chaturthi
24th August 2013 (Saturday) Sankashti Chaturthi
22nd September 2013 (Sunday) Sankashti Chaturthi
22nd October 2013 (Tuesday) Angarki Chaturthi
21st November 2013 (Thursday) Sankashti Chaturthi
21st December 2013 (Saturday) Sankashti Chaturthi
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Coming Date Paush Purnima

Today is 27th January 2013 is Celebrated According to Gujarati month paush Purnima and alsoCelebrated to Shakambari Jayanti.

About Paush Purnima

Paush Poornima is the full moon day in the Hindu month of Paush (December – January). It is an important bathing date in the famous Allahabad Maha Kumbh Fair. Paush Purnima 2013 date is January 27.
On the occasion of Paush Purnima, thousands of people converge at the temple town of Prayag (Allahabad) for the holy bath at Sangam – the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati rivers. Heavy rush is witnessed in Hindu temples across India on the day.
It is believed that taking the holy bath on Paush Purnima at the Sangam or in other holy rivers will cleanse the sins of this birth and of previous births and thereby attain ‘moksha’ – escape from the unending cycle of birth and rebirth and dissolving with Brahman.
Very rarely Makar Sankranti and Paush Poornima fall on the same day and this makes it highly auspicious. Such a rare instance happened in 2006 after a gap of 57 years.
 
Paush Purnima Importance

On the day of Paush Purnima, devotees take baths in various sacred rivers like Ganga and Yamuna. People take baths at various places including Haridwar and relieve themselves of all their sins and problems. Taking baths, donations, charities etc are considered very sacred on this day. The baths of Magh month start with Paush Purnima and hence, this day is considered very important. It is believed that all wishes come true on this day.

Celebration of Paush Purnima

People living in the villages of Chhattisgarh celebrated Charta festival on the auspicious day of Paush Purnima. This festival is celebrated with a lot of zeal and excitement by these people. As Prasad, people make dishes from Til, jaggery, rice etc. Children of this village visit different homes and ask for food, cereals etc. They also sing folk songs and recite ‘Cher Cherta Kathi Ke Dhan Her Larika’. The folk songs which these people sing are known as Lokdi.

Paush Purnima Rituals

Lord Satyanarayana is worshipped on Bhadrapad Purnima. He is worshipped with fruits, banana leaves, supari, pan, til, moli, roli, kumkum etc. Panchamrit is made with milk, honey, banana, ganga jal, tulsi and sweets. Prasad is made by mixing wheat and sugar together and roasting them. Lord Satyanarayana is worshipped after this Katha. After this, Goddess Laxmi, Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma.
 
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Today Republic Day of India

Today is 26th January is Celebrated Republic of India.

About Today Republic Day of India

Republic Day, celebrated on January 26th every year, is one of India’s most important national events. It was on January 26th, 1950 that the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly Sovereign, Democratic and Republic state.
On this day India finally enjoyed the freedom of spirit, rule of law and fundamental principle of governance. The patriotic fervor of the Indian people on this day brings the whole country together even in her embedded diversity.
Celebration of Today Republic Day of India

Date: January 26 (Every Year)
Venue: India Gate
Highlights: President's Speech, Parade and Caravans (Jhakiyan) of different states

Are you among the Delhiites or fortunate enough to be in New Delhi on the 26th of January? If your answer is in the affirmative, then do make sure to witness the vivid celebrations of the Republic Day procession. This is one of the most colorful and prestigious national festivals and the presence of dignitaries like the President of India, the Prime Minister of India, Union Ministers and foreign delegates also add to the dignity of the celebration.
Celebration of Republic Day is different than Independence Day. The difference in significance marks the variation in the pattern of celebration of these two national days. It is a people’s day. On Independence Day, the past is recalled whereas, on Republic Day, the pledge is renewed. Independence Day has rhetoric built in the celebration; Republic Day is without speeches.
Republic Day is celebrated all over the country at all the administrative units like the capital cities, district headquarters, sub divisions, talukas, and panchayats. The major ceremonies are held at Delhi and the state capitals.

The celebration mood lasts for one week. It consists of the ground preparations, rehearsals, the main display which spills over to the ‘Beating of Retreat’ on January 29. The day has acquired the status of a social celebration in which people participate whole-heartedly. The celebration mosaic is studded with activities.
Though the Republic Day Parade is the main ceremony, various activities are held from early morning when prabhat pheris (morning rounds) followed by a homage to Mahatma Gandhi – the Father of Nation. The parade is succeeded by sports events in the afternoon. ‘At Home’ functions at the Raj Bhavan, at the District Magistrate’s and at the SDM’s are followed by illumination of public buildings at the provincial capitals and administrative headquarters.
The celebrations are universal, total and participatory in which children also take part in a big way. Variations in culture are displayed through colourful attires and folk dances. The parades held on the day traditionally predominates a touch of modernity reflected in the display of might, technology and capabilities of growth in various sectors. The parades symbolizes the might; the tableaux reflects the cultural motifs. 
Today Republic Day of India Sms 

Mere desh ka loktantra mahan hai.
Jisne sabko jine ka,
abhivyakti ka,
samanta ka… haq diya.
Aao aise loktantra ka samman kare..
Aur apne adhikaro, kartavyo ka palan kare.
Aur apne gantantra ko celebrete kare.
Happy Republic Day

DESH bahkto ke balidaan se,
SWATNATRA hoye hai hum..
koi puche kon ho to GRAV se kahnge bhartiya hai ham..
**HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY**

Sabhi bharat vasion ko
Republic Day ki hardik shubhkamnayein,
meri dua hai mere desh per kisi ki nazar na lage,
aese hi fulon ki tarah mahekta rahe..
Jai Hnd

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Mere desh ka loktantra mahan hai.
Jisne sabko jine ka,
abhivyakti ka,
samanta ka… haq diya.
Aao aise loktantra ka samman kare..
Aur apne adhikaro, kartavyo ka palan kare.
Aur apne gantantra ko celebrete kare.
Happy Republic Day

Aao jhuk kar salam kare unko,
jinke hisse me ye mukam aata hai,
khusnasib hota hai wo khoon jo desh ke kaam aata hai,
*HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY*

Kyun marte ho yaro snam ke liye,
Na degi duppta kfan ke liye,
Marna hai to maro VATAN ke liye,
TIRANGA to mile ga kfan ke liye.
Jai Hind
Happy Republic day

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 Today Eid-e- Milad

Today 25 January is Celebrated Eid-e-Milad in all Over World and Birth Anniversary of Hazrat Muhammad Paygamber.

About Today Eid-e-Milad

Eid-e-Milad is celebrated in the memory of Prophet Muhammed. The Holy Prophet was born on the twelfth day of Rabi-ul-Awwal in 570 C.E Saudi Arabia, Mecca. Rabi-ul-Awwal is the third month of the Muslim year. Eid-e-Milad is both, a time to rejoice and a time to mourn, since the Prophet passed away on the same day.

The tradition of celebrating the Holy Prophet's birthday on a large scale began in Egypt by the Prophet's descendants, through his daughter Fatima. It was celebrated mainly by religious scholars and religious establishments. They gathered to hear sermons, distributed sweets, alms and particularly honey, the Prophet's favourite. 
Celebration Eid-e-Milad

This festival is a day for both mourning and rejoicing. In some places a symbolic representation of prophet Mohammad placed in a glass s casket is taken out on a procession and this is called Urs. Here a ritual called sandal rite is practised where sandal paste or scented powder is smeared over the symbolic foot prints of Prophet engraved in stone. Also a representation of horse which is believed to have gone to heaven with him is also placed near the foot prints and it is called ‘buraq’.

The glass casket is decorated beautifully and people take out the procession during which Marsiyas and elegies are sung. People gather to hear sermons about the life and teachings of Prophet Mohammad on his day.Poetry or Naats are recited in the mosques. People offer special prayers and give alms on this day. Prayers are held for all twelve days. Street processions are held on this day and young children are told about the Prophet’s life and good deeds. On this day people honour Prophet Mohammad and commemorate his teachings and beliefs.
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* 12 RABI-U-L AWAL*
Mubarak ho….

*”*WAMA*”*
*”ARSALNAKA”**”*”*ILLA*”*”*
*’RAHMATALLIL’**”*ALAMEEN*”*
 * JUSHN – E – EID *
*MELADUN NABI** MUBARAK Ho* * .*


Maah-e-Rabiul Awwal Sharif Mubarak…
Allah Kareem Is Mahine K Tufail ApKo….
Sehat….
Izzat…
Azmat…..
Barkat…
Rehmat…..
Rahat….
Naimat….
Aafiat….
Ata Farmaey……
AMEEN…..

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