Prathamashtami Is One Of The Most Popular Festivals Celebrated Of Odisha

Prathamashtami Is One Of The Most Popular Festivals Celebrated Of Odisha

About Prathamashtami & Celebration: Prathamashtami is one of the most popular festivals of Odisha, peculiar to the region. This festival celebrated on the eighth day in the month of Margasira (NovemberDecember) and is one of the most popular festivals of Orissa.   This is widely observed throughout the State.On this occasion the eldest child of the family is […]

 

Durga Puja Pandals 2015 in BBSR, Odisha

Durga Puja Pandals 2015 in BBSR, Odisha

Odisha will steal the present this Dussehra – You Dont need to journey to this point to see these monuments and buildings of historic and cultural significance. Replicas of UP’s Akshardham temple, the Vaishno Devi cave, the London Bridge, the Eagle Tower of the US, Artwork of dwelling’s meditation corridor in Bangalore and Cibeles Palace of Madrid […]

 

Raja Sankranti in Odisha

Raja Sankranti in Odisha

Raja Sankranti (Swing competition) or Mithuna Sankranti is the primary day of the month of Asara (June-July) from which the season of rains begins. It inaugurates and welcomes the agricultural 12 months throughout Odisha which marks, by way of organic symbolism, the moistening of the summer season parched soil with the primary showers of the […]

 

Nabakalebara finalised Darus approval

Nabakalebara finalised Darus approval

The Banajaga Yatra group immediately zeroed in on the darus neem timber logs out of which the brand new idols of Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra, Devi Subhadra and Lord Sudarsha shall be carved as a part of the grand pageant of Nabakalebara of the presiding deities in Odisha’s hole city of Puri. A proper communiqué on this […]

 

Silver attire for Odisha capital’s presiding deity Lord Lingaraj from Monday

Silver attire for Odisha capital’s presiding deity Lord Lingaraj from Monday

The idol of Devo ka dev Shree Lingaraj –the presiding deity of Odisha’s capital city Bhubaneswar- will once again have a silver cladding from tomorrow (Monday). The decision to again clad the idol in silver lingam was taken at the Lingaraj Temple trust board meeting held on Saturday. The decorative silver lingam had adorned the […]

 

Deepavali – Festival of Lights – 2014

Deepavali – Festival of Lights – 2014

Diwali in 2014 will start on Tuesday, the 23rd of October and will continue for 5 days. The word Diwali is a contraction of Deepavali, originating from the Sanskrit word Dipavali (?????) which can be translated to Row of Lights. Hence the Diwali Festival is also called the Festival of Lights. Diwali is the name […]

 

Kalinga Mahotsav

Kalinga Mahotsav

When people celebrate their heritages and ways of life, the spirit of revelry crosses languages, continents and cultures. And the Kalinga Mahotsav at Dhauli, a festival of Martial Dances, is celebrated very much in that spirit. For the people of Odisha Dhauli hill at the outskirts of Bhubaneswar is more a living experience than a […]