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bhagwan parshuram

Bhagwan parshuram

Parashurama is the sixth incarnation of Vishnu.Parshuram is also the kul guru of Bharadwaj and Kashyap gotra. Parshuram belongs to a gaud Brahmin of Bhargav gotra. Bhagwan Parashurama is the son of Jamadagni and Renuka. The word Parshu means AXE. Before Bhagwan Vishnu took the avatar of Lord Ram, he was Bhagwan Parshurama. He had worshipped Lord Dattatreya and had been blessed with invincibility. Parshuram was a devotee of Lord Shiva and was given a weapon called Parshu as a boon and he was an immortal. His father was a direct descendant of Lord Brahma.

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buddha pictures

Buddha pictures

God Buddha is famously seen as sitting under the pipal tree known as Bodhi in Bodh Gaya. Lord Buddha is potrayed as teacher of the Gods. His real name was Siddhartha Gautama and was son of Suddhodana a chief of Kshatriya Clan and his mother was princess of Koliyan Queen Maha Maya commonly known as Maya Devi. When his mother conceived him, she saw a dream that night that a white elephant with six tusks is entering her from right side. He was married at the age of 16 and left his life of a prince at the age of 29 in the search of awakening or enlightenment which he achieved at the age of 35.

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Dhanteras is also a major shopping day, particularly for gold .Dhanteras starts off the five day festival. Starting days before and through Dhanteras houses and business premises are cleaned renovated and decorated. Women and children decorate entrances with Rangoli creative colourful floor designs both inside and in the walkways of their homes or offices.

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durga puja

Durga puja

Durga Puja is the ceremonial worship of the mother goddess is one of the most important festivals of India. Apart from being a religious festival for the Hindus. It is also an occasion for reunion and rejuvenation, and a celebration of traditional culture and customs. While the rituals entails ten days of fast, feast and worship, the last four days which is Saptami, Ashtami, Navami and Dashami are celebrated with much gaiety and grandeur in India and abroad, especially in Bengal, where the ten armed goddess riding the lion is worshipped with great passion and devotion.

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