India commemorates Swami Vivekananda’s birth anniversary as National Youth Day. I am sure many young Indians, especially those who never forget to celebrate the Valentine’s Day on February 14, are not even aware of the significance of January 12. Hope, they would celebrate the National Youth Day with the same enthusiasm. Swami Vivekananda’s ideas have had a great influence on Indian youth for generations. His message to the youth is still as invigorating as it was a century ago.
IIt is celebrated to remember Lord Shiva and Goddess Prativitet by performing ritual worship. The traditions and customs of mahashivratri is fasting in honor of shiva. Many people may fast and only eat fruits and milk but some people do not consume anything not even water. People believe this day can wash everyones sins from the birth to death. Many married women pray for their husbands and unmarried women pray for a husband like lord shiva.
Nationality: Indian Movement: Quit India Movement, JP Movement, Sarvodaya EARLY LIFE Jayprakash Narayan was born on 11 October 1902, in Jai Prakash Nagar. He belongs to a Kayastha family. He was the fourth child of Harsu Dayal Srivastava and Phul Rani Devi. His father was a junior official in Canal Department, State government. When Lok Nayak was 9, he left his village and enrolled in a collegiate school, Patna.
The Romans observed this month in honor of Janus, the two-faced god with power to peek into both the past and the future. On the first day of January, the Romans adorn their homes with the help of laurel branches. They offer sacrifices to the Janus, exchange gifts, and have wild
We have different kinds of festivals and holidays, therefore one of the most amazing and joyful holidays are New Year, but in the past time people never celebrate that day, but only they dreamed about Santa Claus. Nowadays everyone celebrate that day with a great pleasure. New Year is one of the oldest festive occasions, which is universally celebrated. It is the time when people celebrate the arrival of the forthcoming year and bid goodbye to the year that has passed by. New Year is celebrated all over the world, though not necessarily on 1st of January.
People prefer online shopping to celebrate their Freedom Day. Huge discounts and deals are offered by the online stores on a number of products range! Every year, Independence Day is celebrated in India on 15th August. India got the freedom from the British rule in 1947 and this year marks the 69th year of Independence. Since Indians got the freedom from the British Empire, it was declared as a national holiday.
There are five variations of Navratri, celebrated at various times of the year; but the Sharad Navratri happens to be the one of most importance. Raksha Bandhan Festival/Holidays OVERVIEW The Raksha Bandhan Festival is both a religious and secular one. It is a Hindu festival which celebrates brotherly and sisterly love as well as duty towards one another. Raksha Bandhan is celebrated during the Shraavan month(the 5th month in the Hindu lunisolar calendar). During the festival, sisters bind a sacred-thread(rakhi) on their brothers ' wrist.
The next day, followed by Dhanteras is Narak Chaturdashi, which is also known as Choti Diwali, on which day people abort evil and lazy ways, and clean the evil inside them. After Choti Diwali comes the main day that is Deepawali or Diwali on the third day. The fourth day is marked by Diwali Padwa, which is celebrated to mark the healthy relationship between husband and wife. Last but not the least, comes the fifth day that is Bhai Dooj, which is celebrated for a beautiful bond between sisters and brothers. On this day, sisters pray for the long life of their brothers, followed by Tika
“At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom.” (Pandit Jawaherlal Nehru in his “Tryst with Destiny” speech on August 14-15,1947 in the the midnight hour) These days are the flowering phases of Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation. India is a land of diversity and its business world opened in 1990 – 1991 through the trade liberalization policies of P V Narasimha Rao Government . And literature is the reflection of true life with wide variety of universal emotions. A close study of Indian English Literature too bear more testimonials to it. One of the theories that exerted a strong influence on the Indian English Literature is that of Post Colonialism.
In fact in 2010 the UN’s General Assembly recognized 21st of March as international day of Nawroz. Nawroz is celebrated differently at different countries. Afghanistan is among those countries that celebrate Nawroz each year. For instance the most famous ways that are being celebrated are: Char Shanbe Suri, Haft Sen, Samank and Janda Bala or Mele Gul-e-Sorkh. People celebrate the last Wednesday of the old year; this Wednesday is called Char Shanbe Suri.