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“Yugadi (Kannada: ಯುಗಾದಿ) from yuga + aadi, yuga means era, aadi means start. The start of an...Ugadi
“Durga Puja (Bengali: দুর্গা পূজা, ‘Worship of Durga’), also referred to as Durgotsab (Bengali...Durga Puja
“Tirumalai Brahmotsavam is an annual Hindu festival celebrated for nine days in the months of...Brahmotsavam
“KanyarKali കണ്യാര്കളി is a festival usually celebrated in March or April in many of the Kurumba...Kanyarkali
“Vat Pournima is a celebration observed in Maharashtra, India. Pournima means "full moon" and is...Vat Purnima
“Onam is the biggest festival in the South Indian state of Kerala. It falls during the Malayalee...Onam
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