Diwali is a time of buying new stuff, starting a new business because that time is considered the luckiest and celebrate a successful harvest. It has a lot of spiritual significance. It is important to the Hindus, Jains, and sikhs and newer Buddhists. Diwali is one of the biggest festivals in India, the end of the cropping season is on Diwali For the preparations for Diwali it begins on the autumn, and people buy gold and silver, and new Furnitures. There is a Kali puja on Diwali, to celebrate the goddess Kali.
Diwali: The Festival Of Lights Diwali, one of my favorite festivals is also known as Deepawali or festivals of lights. And for the fact, it is the widely celebrated festival in India for which everybody waits prepared with their crackers and trendy lights. Significance The festival is celebrated by Hindus every year in the season of autumn, marking the starting of winters. It is a major festival in India and celebrated worldwide with an official holiday in every country where this festival is celebrated. But, this does not show much of the significance of festival, and its actual significance is shown by the mythological tales marking the victory and win of good over evil, knowledge over crime and unity over division.
Durga Puja Festival/Holiday OVERVIEW Durga Puja is a yearly Hindu festival, observed from the 6th to the 10th day of the luminous lunar phase of Ashvin(the 7th month in the Hindu lunisolar calendar). Durga Puja celebrates, with veneration, the worship of Durga, the Hindu goddess of power, who is said to have killed a buffalo-like demon called "Mahishasura. On the day of Mahalaya, the worshippers rise early to seek the face of Durga, in prayers. The worshippers are offered flowers and sweets during the festival. The Hindu priest reads from the sacred slokas of “Chandi” and then performs the Puja.
Kathakali is one of the main forms of classical dance-drama of India and is indigenous to the southwestern region of Kerala. The Flower of Good Fortune, in Hindu: Kalyāṇasaugandhikam, is a famous Kathakali play written by the playwright Kottayam Tampuran (1625-1685) . It is one of the few traditional pieces still performed today. Traditionally, the whole play is composed of fourteen scenes and is enacted during one whole night. Today, however, the vast majority of performances only include two to five of the fourteen scenes .
She has very ingeniously penned the Rudali culture where women of lower caste community are branded as Rudali which stands a synonym for female professional mourners. From the different phases in the life of Sanichari, the tactful way to make a woman the Rudali could be observed. Women of this community both turn up as Rudali or a whore and it is stated by Mahasweta Devi as “It is women who are ruined by Malik Mahajans who turn into whores…” (Rudali 80) The superiority character of the Malik Mahajans who go the extreme of tormenting the other caste woman to a prostitute is highlighted by the writer. Fate of the woman especially belonging to hard-up community is decided by all other caste people except them and it is always a line where they stand to decide what to choose between the worst two options given. Adding to it, village where Sanichari lived was haunted over by the Rudali custom mainly for the reason that they lacked basic amenities to lead their life.
They are given a high bonus on Diwali equalent to one month’s salary by the owner himself. The attrition rate is very low and no employees leave job during Diwali because of increased work load. The only time an employee may leave work is under a rare case of emergency. The working hours of every employee are fixed and never increase during increased work load. The increased work load is managed by changing shifts.
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Maleyali Jotheyali is a romantic drama in which the story revolves around the love story of two girls who fall for the same boy where the boy at first loves one girl but later on starts falling for the other. Directed by Preetham Gubbi, it released on 11th December 2009 staring Shilpa's husband in lead role. Ganesh won the award for the best actor, and the film also won at the 57th south Filmfare award in the category of best movie. Kool Sakkath Hot Maga is the second film produced by Shilpa. Directed by Mr. Ganesh himself it is again a romantic drama and second film under their production house Golden Movies.
The bombing which took place at noon immediately after the Diwali vacation, was extremely unexpected. What is even more baffling is that in the very next year, another series of blasts claimed the lives of nine people in Guwahati. 5. Jaipur Bomb Blasts of 2008 A string of nine synchronized bomb blasts on the 13th of May, 2008, in the Pink City claimed the lives of sixty three and injured approximately two hundred and sixteen people. The city is a popular tourist destination for travelers from India and abroad and the bombing was scheduled for the busiest time of the day at popular tourist destinations and monuments like the Hawa Mahal.