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The festivites and prayers that go along to make a festival stand out is the auspiciousness practiced communally......
The Hindu Sindhi Women celebration of the festival of Teejri in Nairobi. They fast, they pray, they have fun together.
THE LUNAR HINDUISM
Hindu Almanac is widely based on the Lunar cycle but varies somewhat at the regional level. However various phases of the moon bring in different depictions of spiritual practices following a astrological charts. This poem is a small effort at showing how much the Hindu religion rely's on the Lunar pattern.
Lohri a north Indian festival is celebrated around harvest time in mid January. Traditional attire, traditional food, song and dance encircling bonfires is a common sight at most squares in Punjab and many other parts of Northern India.
This is also an occasion to give adulations and honour a newly wed bride into the family as well a welcome to new borns in the family.
EID AL FITR
The feast of fasting comes here A festival that calls for share and care For all those faithful so Islamic The day observed with zest terrific Bringing to end the month Ramadan When fasting formed a vital form Begin the day with a sweet something Signifying new sweet beginnings And praying Fajir in the … Continue reading EID AL FITR
The Sindhi New Year is known as Cheti Chand as it is observed at the beginning of the Sindhi Month Chet.
A Unique Janamashtmi
I wondered whose little kids were these
And how could their mothers be at peace
Having left them alone to survive
Causing their motherhood a deprive
Were they cruel, were they unjust?
Were they dead or bowed to painful thrust?