Vautha Fair(Mela) a big Animal Fair Celebration Near Ahmedabad Gujarat

Vautha fair is held every year at Vautha, where two rivers, the Sabarmati and the Vatrak meet. This  fair is also call Saptasangam it is at the confluence of seven rivers.Here is Some information about Vautha Fair just 50 Km from Ahmedabad city Gujarat india.

Location: Vautha, Taluka: Dholka, District: Ahmedabad
Duration: 5 Days
When: During Kartika Purnima, the full moon night on Dev Diwali (Oct-Nov)
Dedicate to : Lord Kartikeya
Area: 3 Squre Miles
Visiting Duration: Minimum 6 hours
Nearest Raiway station: Ahmadabad Railway  Station(50 Km)
Nearest Airport: Ahmadabad Airport(50Km)

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The Biggest animals Fair of Vautha is located every year at Vautha, where two rivers, the Sabarmati and the Vatrak meet.This  fair is also call Saptasangam . it is at the confluence of seven rivers.The fair is celebrated on Gujarati month Kartik Purnima(full moon day), Dev Diwali festival day and According to Georgian calendar the fair is held month of October -November.The fair is edicated to Shiva-Parvati Son Lord Kartikey.  This place is the meeting place of 7 rivers (saptasangam) (particularly sabarmati and vatrak meets here) namely sabarmati ( origin: Aravalli ), vatrak ( origin: Kheda ), majum ( origin: kapadwanj ), khari ( origin: matana madh village ), meshwo ( origin: shamlaji ), shedhi (origin: Thamna and khijalpur) and hathmati(origin: fatepur village).

Vautha Fair ,which involves wholesome trading of Camels, Donkeys and other animals.About 4,000 donkeys are arrive every year for sale, usually by Vanjara traders.Excited traders come with their animals which are decorated with flowers and other shining stuffs making them look very attractive.  Held on the grounds of Sangam Tirtha, it is considered very auspicious and important by many communities. This fair is visited by people from different parts of the country as well as from outside India.Handicraft and food stalls with tented pastoral settlements come up during the fair.Many Mari go rounds, and food stalls,toy shops arrange here.More than 500000 visitors come here and enjoy Vautha fair every year.  

History of Vautha Fair

According to the Hindu mythology, Kartikeya the son of Lord Shiva visited this place on the full moon night of  Kartik (Kartik Purnima). Kartikeya was on a trip covering the entire earth. It was on Kartik Purnima that he stopped at this culmination of rivers and performed some austerities. Also the city of Dholka in the Ahmedabad district is considered to be the‘Virata Nagar’ of  the Mahabharata where the Pandavas spent the last year of their exile in disguise. 

Celebrations of Vautha Fair

Vautha Fair is Large Celebration in Vautha Gujarat on Dev Diwali.Thousands of people and visitors visit Sangam during the month of kartik and especially during the Vautha Fair. The most important religious act performed by numerous devotees coming here is the purifying bath on the Sangam tirtha which is supposed to be reliever of all past sins. During the fair before people start engaging in the trading of the animals is that they take a holy dip in the water of the Sangam Tirtha as it is said that it will wash their sins down.

All people from nearby villages and districts lock their houses and come to attend the fair which lasts for about five days. A number of tents are erected that are used by visitors of the fair to accommodate. Nearly 25,000 people house in about 2000 tents every year and enjoy the grand spectacle of the Vautha fair.


Visitors are seen preparing elaborate sweets and food dishes throughout the five days of fair. The fair generally ends with the preparation of Ladoos and the most popular and appreciated dishes are khichu and kachariyu.One can notice people dressed in new clothes and traditional attires coming to the fair with friends and families. The entire place is enveloped in an atmosphere of joy and fun.

How To Reach Vautha Fair

By Road: There are many public and private vehicles available to reach Vautha fair. This village supports well maintained roads and even various local and regular buses run all day and provide economic transportations. 

By Rail: The Nearest Railway station Ahmedabad Railway station just 50 Km from Vautha Fair.

By Air: The Nearest Airport is Sardar Patel International Airport Ahmadabad just 50 Km from Vautha Fair.

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Govardhan Puja-Annakut Mahotsav-New Year Day-Govandhan Puja Celebration and Rituals-Legends

Govardhan Puja-Annakut Mahtsav

Govardhan Puja or Annakut Mahotsav is held a day after the  Diwali in the month of Kartik on  Gujarati New year day.According to the Hindu calendar it falls on the first lunar day called as 'Ekam' of the Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight of moon) in the month of Kartik. It forms an integral part of Diwali celebrations. Govardhan Puja commemorates the victory of Lord Krishna over Indra.On this day in many houses and temples , Annakoot puja is performed by preparing Chappan Bhog which contains fifty six varieties of food items which are offered to God. 

Govardhan Puja is performed with great zeal and enthusiasm and in the states of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. In this pooja, there is a tradition of building cow dung hillocks, which symbolize the Mount Govardhan, the mountain which was once lifted by Lord Krishna. After making such hillocks people decorate them with flowers and then worship them. They move in a circle all round the cow dung hillocks and offer prayers to Lord Govardhan.
The preparation of 'Annakoot' is an integral part of the Govardhan Puja. The word 'Annakoot' means ‘mountain of food’. 

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Govardhan Puja

In some Indian states, Govardhan Puja is celebrated by making the hillocks of cow-dung which represents the Mount Govardhan. Then people decorate the hillocks by flowers and worship them. Devotees make rounds around the hillocks and pray to Lord Govardhan to save their life as always. At some places, it is celebrated as a part of the Diwali such as the Padva or Bali Pratipada to commemorate the King Bali. And at some places, it is enjoyed as a Gujarati New Year because the Vikram Samvat begins at this day.


The fourth day of diwali celebrations is also observed as Annakut, which literally means 'mountain of food'. On this auspicious day the people prepare fifty-six or one hundred and eight different varieties of delicious dishes to offer Lord Krishna as 'Bhog'. In the temples, specifically in Mathura and Nathdwara, the deities are given milk bath, dressed in new shining attires and decorated with ornaments of dazzling diamonds, pearls, rubies and other precious stones and metals. Then they are worshipped, offered prayers and bhajans and also offered delicious sweets, fruits and eatables that are ceremoniously raised in the form of a mountain before the idols.

Govardhan Puja Legends

The festival symbolises the importance and worship of nature in our lives. Govardhan Parbat is said to have saved its inhabitants from incessant rains.According to Vishnu Puran, the people of Gokul used to worship Lord Indra and celebrated a festival in his honour as he was considered to be the provider of rains. Once, Lord Krishna stopped them from offering prayers to Indra and worship mountains and cattle as they were the actual source of rains and cultivators of field, respectively. Lord Indra, in a rage, sent a deluge to submerge Gokul.
It is then, that Lord Krishna lifted the Govardhan Parbat on his little finger, to provide shelter for the people of Gokul.Govardhan Puja is known as ‘Padva’ or ‘Bali Pratipada’ in Maharashtra, as it commemorates King Bali who is believed to come out of Pataal Lok to rule over his kingdom in Bhu Lok every year on this day.

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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Jayanti Speech for Teachers and Students

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Good morning dear friends/students.Respected School Principal , teachers and my student/My friends.Today 31st October birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel the Iron Man.Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is popularly known as a ‘Man of Steel’ and ‘Iron Man of India’ because of his great deeds and contributions to the Indian freedom struggle and independent India. Truly a man of substance, Sardar patel was born on October 31, 1875 at Nadiad, Gujarat. His father, Jhaverbhai was a farmer and mother Laad Bai was a housewife. The early education of Sardar Vallabhai took place in Karamsad and he completed his high school in 1896. A brilliant student throughout his academic life, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel went on to become a lawyer and started legal practice in Godhra, Gujarat. He went to England for further studies and came back to India in 1913.

Vallabhbhai Patel soon established his name as a top notch lawyer but destiny had some other things planned for him.Sardar Patel got heavily influenced by the life and work of Mahatma Gandhi. Soon the call of the nation made him join the freedom struggle. His works started with peasant movement in Kheda, Bardoli and other parts of Gujarat. He was also an active participant in the non-violent Civil Disobedience Movement against the payment of raised taxes. Government had to surrender to this revolt and since then he was known as the Sardar Patel. His involvement in the freedom movement saw him participating in Salt Satyagraha in Nagpur and Quit India Movement in 1942. Vallabhbhai Patel was also elected as the President of Indian National Congress in the year 1931.

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel made historical contribution of gigantic proportions in post-independent India. After India was declared an independent country, he was appointed as the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Home Ministry in free India. During the time of freedom, India was divided into 565 princely states with their own Nawabs, Maharajas and rulers. Many of them wanted to become independent rulers and the task of uniting a divided India fell back on Sardar Patel’s battle hardened shoulders. He managed to convince majority of the rulers about the potential pitfalls and problems in case they try to act as sovereign rulers. He invoked the patriotism of India’s monarchs and ultimately managed to persuade almost all of them barring few exceptions. He also tackled the Nizam of Hyderabad and the Nawab of Junagarh who initially did not want to join India. The successful completion of this task got him great respect from all classes of Indian population. Sardar Patel died of cardiac arrest on December 15, 1950. Vallabhbhai Patel was conferred with Bharat Ratna posthumously in 1991 for his great services to the nation.

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Good morning dear friends/students.Respected School Principal , teachers and my student/My friends.Today 31st October birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel the Iron Man.Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was born in 1875 at Karamsad, a village in Kaira district in Gujarat. He was a farmer coming from a farmer's family. At school, he was a naughty and mischievous boy. In due course, he passed his matriculation examination and after some years he passed the Law examination. He practiced as a lawyer at Godhra.
He carried on a roaring legal practice. As he was ambitious, he went to England and became a barister-at-law. In 1923, he became the leader of Bardoli Satyagraha. Since then, he came to be called Sardar Patel. His elder brother, Mr. Vithalbhai Patel, was the President of the Indian Legislative Assembly.
He was jailed several times in connection with the freedom movement. He was the right hand man of Mahatma Gandhi and his most trusted lieutenant. It was Patel who maintained discipline in the Congress ranks. In 1936, the Congress at the General Election won the majority of seats in seven provinces of British India.
Sardar Patel, as the most important member of the Central Parliamentary Board, controlled with a firm hand the Congress Ministries in the seven provinces. In 1947, India was partitioned into Pakistan and free India. Sardar Patel became free India's first deputy Prime Minister, pandit Jawaharlal Nehru being the first Prime Minister. He was in charge of the Home Department and administered law and order.
Future historians will marvel at his organizing capacity and superhuman ability. The integration of 600 Princely States and the elimination of autocratic rule of the Maharajas and Nawabs will ever stand out as his unique and greatest achievement. He did it without bloodshed and in the short span of two years.
Was it not a miracle? To him rightly goes the credit of completely changing the map of India. Tribal raiders and Pakistani troops attacked Kashmir and tried to secure accession by force. He saw the writing on the wall. The Indian armies landed in Kashmir by air.
The tide was stemmed, the tables were turned. The tribal raiders and Pakistani troops were made to flee. Cease-fire was proclaimed in January 1949. The police action against the Nizam of Hyderabad showed his iron will to see a thing through, no matter how insurmountable the difficulties and how great the opposition.
He was essentially a man of action. He was India's man of destiny. He was the steel man of India. He was the brightest luminary on the home front. He was a walking volcano with fires raging in his heart. He was not a man to be ignored or trifled with. Defeat he never knew, weakness he never felt and indiscipline he never tolerated.
He was a pillar of fire and enthusiasm, but like a practical statesman, he was also calm and unfathomable. He never hesitated to take a decisive step. He combined quickness of decision with resourcefulness.
He was the greatest administrator and the best statesman that India has ever produced. His death on 15th December 1950, left India poorer. By his death free India has suffered a loss in political leadership that is difficult to repair.
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About Diwali Festival 

Hello friends and my well wishersfirst all of Happy Diwali and Advance Happy New Year.Today 30th October.Today we celebrate Diwali festival.Diwali festival or Dipavali Festival is "festival of Light".Diwali is last day of Gujarati Vikram Samvat year.Diwali is celebrated on a new moon night sometime in the months of October and November. The festival is celebrated with lighting oil lamps, known as diyas, and candles, along with fireworks displays.Diwali is the five-day Festival of Lights and is traditionally celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains and is one of the most significant festivals in the Indian culture.The day is primarily celebrated to commemorate the return of Lord Rama from his fourteen years of exile. However, there are various other stories associated with the festival. 
According to other legend, Pandavas from the Mahabharata returned to their homeland after Thirteen years and the day is celebrated to commemorate their return. The Sikhs celebrate this day to mark the day of freedom or the day when their Guru, Guru Hargobind got free from the jail. The Jains celebrate this day as they believe that Lord Mahavira attained enlightenment on this day. There are still other theories associated with Diwali such as the rising of Goddess Lakshmi from the sea, the killing of Narkasura by Lord Vishnu and birth of Goddess Kali. 

For many Indians, Diwali honours Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and people will start the new business year at Diwali and some will say prayers to the goddess for a prosperous year ahead.

Five Days of Diwali

On the first day of Diwali, people consider it auspicious to spring clean the home and shop for gold or kitchen utensils.
On the second day, people decorate their homes with clay lamps and create design patterns called rangoli on the floor using colored powders or sand.
The third day is the main day of the festival when families gather together for Lakshmi puja, a prayer to Goddess Lakshmi followed by mouth-watering feasts and firework festivities.
The fourth day is the first day of the new year when friends and relatives visit with gifts and best wishes for the season.
On the last day of Diwali, brothers visit their married sisters who welcome them with love and a lavish meal.

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On this great day I wish you very wonderful happy diwali and may god help you every time in your life..

May the beauty Of  diwali season fill your home with happiness..

May millions of lamps illuminate your life with endless joy, prosperity, health and wealth forever.

May U all prosper gloriously on the material as well as spiritual planes..Happy Diwali..

May Goddess Laxmi and Goddess Saraswati blessing you and your femily...Happy Diwali...

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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Jayanti Date-About Sardar Patel-Sardar Jayanti Whatsapp Status-Facebook Sms-Greetings-Sardar Patel Pictures

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Jayanti Date 

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Jayanti is Celebrated on 31st October every year.Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is known as "Iron Man".Here is Some Information about Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

About Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

Birth Date: 31st October 1875
Born Place: Nadiad ,Gujarat, India
Father: Jhaverbhai (farmer)
Mother: Laad Bai
Spouse: Jhaverba
Died: December 15, 1950

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is Born in Nadiad Gujarat at 31 October 1875 in India.His Father's name is Zaverbhgai and Mother's name is Laadbai.His Father is Small Farmer.His father, Zaverbhai, had served in the army of Jhansi ki Rani, and his mother, Ladbai, was a deeply religious woman.

Vallabhbhai's initial schooling was in Gujarati. His brother Vithalbhai, after completing middle school, had enrolled himself in English tutorial classes in a nearby town. Vallabhbhai followed suit. Vallabhbhai's superior organizational skills became evident while he was in high school at Petlad when he coordinated the entire campaign for a poor teacher who he thought deserved a seat on the local municipal committee. Vallabhbhai persuaded his fellow students to work for the campaign. So impressively was the campaign handled that the teacher was elected over the rich local businessman. Vallabhbhai matriculated from Nadiad High School in 1897.
Vallabhbhai was married to Zaverbai in 1891. The couple had two children-a daughter Maniben, born in April of 1904, and a son Dayabhai, born in November of 1905. Zaverbai died in January of 1909. Vallabhbhai sailed for England in August of 1910 to study law. He qualified as a barrister in 1913 and returned to India to a lucrative practice in Ahmedabad. He joined the Gujarat Club and took to western dressing and a comfortable lifestyle.
Gandhiji started coming to the Gujarat Club to give lectures. He came again and again, propagating the idea of his newly wielded weapon of "satyagraha" or truth force. Vallabhbhai was impressed with Gandhiji and slowly began to adopt his view. The relationship between Gandhiji and Vallabhbhai was concretely defined when Gandhiji was elected the President of the Gujarat Sabha and Vallabhbhai the Secretary, in 1917. It was a relationship of a guru (teacher) and disciple.
Vallabhbhai wanted to become a barrister. To realize this ambition he had to go to England. But he did not have the financial means to even join a college India. In those days a candidate could study in private and sit for an examination in Law. Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel borrowed books from a lawyer of his acquaintance and studied at home. Occasionally he attended courts of law and listened attentively to the arguments of lawyer. Vallabhbhai passed the Law examination with flying colours.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel started his Law practice in Godhra. Soon his practice flourished. He got married to Jhaberaba. In 1904, he got a baby daughter Maniben, and in 1905 his son Dahyabhai was born. Vallabhbhai sent his elder brother Vitthalbhai, who himself was a lawyer, to England for higher studies in Law. Patel was only thirty-three years old when his wife died. He did not wish to marry again. After his brother's return, Vallabhbhai went to England. He studied with single-minded devotion and stood first in the Barrister-at-Law Examination.
Sardar Patel returned to India in 1913 and started his practice in Ahmedabad. Soon he became popular. At the urging of his friends, Patel contested and won elections to become the sanitation commissioner of Ahmedabad in 1917. Sardar Patel was deeply impressed by Gandhiji's success in Champaran Satyagraha. In 1918, there was a drought in the Kheda division of Gujarat. Peasants asked for relief from the high rate of taxes but the British government refused. Gandhiji took up peasants cause but could not devote his full time in Kheda. He was looking for someone who could lead the struggle in his absence. At this point Sardar Patel volunteered to come forward and lead the struggle. He gave up his lucrative legal practice and entered public life.
Vallabhbhai successfully led peasants revolt in Kheda and the revolt ended in 1919 when the British government agreed to suspend collection of revenue and roll back the rates. Kheda Satyagraha turned Vallabhbhai Patel into a national hero. Vallabhbhai supported Gandhi's Non-Cooperation Movement, and as president of the Gujarat Congress, helped in organizing bonfires of British goods in Ahmedabad. He gave up his English clothes and started wearing Khadi. Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel was elected Ahmedabad's municipal president in 1922, 1924 and 1927. During his terms, Ahmedabad was extended a major supply of electricity and underwent major education reforms. Drainage and sanitation systems were extended over all the city.
In 1928, Bardoli Taluka in Gujarat suffered from floods and famine. In this hour of distress the British government raised the revenue taxes by thirty percent. Sardar Patel took up cudgels on behalf of the farmers and appealed to the Governor to reduce the taxes. The Governor refused and the government even announced the date of the collection of the taxes. Sardar Patel organized the farmers and told them not to pay even a single pie of tax. The government tried to repress the revolt but ultimately bowed before Vallabhbhai Patel. It was during the struggle and after the victory in Bardoli that caused intense excitement across India, that Patel was increasingly addressed by his colleagues and followers as Sardar.
Disobedience Movement in 1930. After the signing of Gandhi-Irwin pact in 1931, Sardar Patel was released and he was elected Congress president for its 1931 session in Karachi. Upon the failure of the Round Table Conference in London, Gandhiji and Sardar Patel were arrested in January 1932 and imprisoned in the Yeravada Central Jail. During this term of imprisonment, Sardar Patel and Mahatma Gandhi grew close to one another, and the two developed a close bond of affection, trust, and frankness without reserve. Sardar Patel was finally released in July 1934.
In August 1942, the Congress launched the Quit India Movement. The government jailed all the important leaders of the Congress, including Vallabhai Patel. All the leaders were released after three years. After achieving independence on 15th of August 1947, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru became the first Prime Minister of independent India and Sardar Patel became the Deputy Prime Minister. He was in charge of Home Affairs, Information and Broadcasting and the Ministry of States.
There were 565 princely states in India at that time. Some of the Maharajas and Nawabs who ruled over these were sensible and patriotic. But most of them were drunk with wealth and power. They were dreaming of becoming independent rulers once the British quit India. They argued that the government of free India should treat them as equals. Some of them went to the extent of planning to send their representatives to the United Nations Organization. Patel invoked the patriotism of India's monarchs, asking them to join in the freedom of their nation and act as responsible rulers who cared about the future of their people. He persuaded the princes of 565 states of the impossibility of independence from the Indian republic, especially in the presence of growing opposition from their subjects. With great wisdom and political foresight, he consolidated the small kingdoms. The public was with him. He tackled the Nizam of Hyderabad and the Nawab of Junagarh who initially did not want to join India. Sardar Patel's untiring efforts towards the unity of the country brought success. He united a scattered nation without much bloodshed. Due to the achievement of this massive task, Sardar Patel got the title of 'Iron Man'. Sardar Patel died of cardiac arrest on December 15, 1950. For his services to the nation Sardar Patel was conferred with Bharat Ratna in 1991.

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Faith is of no Avail in absence of strenth Faith and strength, both are essential to accomplish any great work.

It is the prime responsibility of every citizen to feel that his country is free and to defend its freedom is his duty.

Even if we lose the wealth of thousands, and our life is sacrificed, we should keep smiling and be cheerful keeping our faith in God and Truth.

My only desire is that India should be a good producer and no one should be hungry, shedding tears for food in the country.

Every citizen of India must remember that he is an Indian and he has every right in this country but with certain duties.

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Dev Diwali (Kartik Purnima)Date 2016 to 2021-About Dev Diwali-Dev Diwali(Ganga Mahotsav) Celebration in Varanasi Ganga Ghat UP

Dev Diwali (Kartik Purnima)Date 2016 to 2021 

Dev Diwali known as Dev Dipavali.Dev Diwali is celebrated on Gujarati month Kartik Prnima(Full moon) Day. Here are Dev Diwali festival Date of year 206 to year 2021,information,Whats app status sms,Greetings,pictures and Scraps.

Dev Diwali Date of Year 2016 : November 14 Monday
Dev Diwali Date of Year 2017 : November 3 Friday
Dev Diwali Date of Year 2018 : November 22 Thursday
Dev Diwali Date of Year 2019 : November 12 Tuesday
Dev Diwali Date of Year 2020 : November 29 Sunday
Dev Diwali Date of Year 2021 : November 18 Thursday

About Dev Diwali or Dev Dipavali

Dev Diwali festival is observe Hindu people on Gujarati month Kartik Purnima day every year.Dev Deepavali, celebrated on the fifteenth day of Diwali festival.According to English Gregorian calendar this festival is celebrated mostly November month. It is believed that on the day of Dev Deepavali, the Gods descend on Earth. It is interesting to note that the Kartik Purnima festival also coincides with the Jain light festival and Guru Nanak Jayanti. Dev Diwali is believed that Lord Vishnu returned to Vaikunta, his abode on this day after the Vamana incarnation and visiting King Bali. Another legend has it that Lord Shiva killed the three demons, who were killing the Devas and humans, and destroyed the three cities built by them on this day. The day is also known as Kartik poonam or Karthik Purnimaand Tripurari Poornima.

On this day the number of pilgrims begins to increase manifolds and most of the pilgrims camp by the riverside. In the evening, pilgrims and local people decorate the entire riverbank with tiny earthen lamps ('Diya'). These lamps are lit as a mark of welcome to the Gods as they descend on earth. The little sparks of fire flicker elegantly and is a wonderful sight to watch. The 'Ganga-Aarti' is an important event in the evening. Almost all Ghats organize their own ceremony. Huge lamps are set ablaze and the priest holds forth the lamp as the multitude chants the hymns.Dev Diwali marks the end of the fortnight of Diwali celebrations and a major event on the day is the lighting of Diyas (lamps) during night after the moon is sighted.

History and Legend of Dev Diwali

Dev Diwali is celebrated every year in the Varanasi on the 15th day of Diwali in respect of Ganga by the pilgrims. It is held in the month of Kartik at Kartik Purnima when the moon become in its full view. It is celebrated and observed by the people with the great trumpet blast and overwhelms. In Hindu religion, Dev Diwali is celebrated in the belief that Gods descend on the Earth at this grand occasion. There is another myth of celebrating Dev Diwali that, at this day, demon Tripurasur was killed by the Gods, so it is named as Dev Diwali and celebrated as a victory day of the Gods at the Kartik Purnima. 

Dev Diwali Celebration in Varanasi UP

On Kartik Purnima Dev Diwali Day grand celebration on Ganga River Ghat in Varanasi Uttar Pradesh.To mark the occasion and also to showcase the cultural heritage of Varanasi, the Uttar Pradesh Tourism department organizes a four-day Ganga Mahotsav around this period. A large number of Hindu devotees start assembling from the day of the Prabodhini Ekadasi (the eleventh day of the fortnight) itself. The official celebration is usually held on the Dasaswamedh Ghat. Dev Diwali is a festival that should be captured in cameras to cherish memories of your celebration on the vivid Ghats of River Ganges.Every ghat and temple in the Holy City is alight with earthen ghee diyas. 

On this occasion, each and every ghat of River Ganges are packed with the huge crowd of pilgrims and decorated with varieties of diyas making viewers’ visit most memorable. People flow thousands of Diyas (earthen lamps) in the holy water of Ganges dedicating to their Gods according to the ritual beliefs and culture.

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Diwali Chopda Pujan(Saraswati Puja) Shubh Muhurt Date ,Timing and Chopda Pujan Vidhi(Process)

Chopda Pujan(Accout Book Puja) is doing on Diwali day.Chopda Pujan is known as Saraswati Pujan.Chopda Pujan is an important ritual carried out during Diwali in states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan and some north Indian states.On this day Businessmen and companies are closes their old account books and starts new account in new account books and Daily book.Business men doing Account Books(Chopda) puja.


Chopda Pujan Date, time and Shubh Muhurt2016 

Chopda Pujan on Diwali Day 30th October 2016(Asho Vad Amavashya-No moon Day)
Chopda Pujan Morning Muhurta (Char, Labh, Amrit) :  08:07 – 12:22 
Chopda Pujan Afternoon Muhurta (Shubh) : 13:47 – 15:12
Evening Muhurta (Shubh, Amrit, Char) :  18:02 – 22:47

Chopda Pujan Vidhi(Process)

They start their first writing with God names on first page the Books of ledger.Inside the account book, people write 'Shubh' meaning auspiciousness, and 'Labh' meaning merit. They also make the 'Swastik' symbol to start the new business year.During the ritual, vedas and mantras are chanted followed by the main Maha Laxmi Puja. 

After they apply on ledger page Silver and Gold Coin,Supari,Nagervel leaf,a Coconut,Sweets,Chora Vegetable,and Kumkum.Other are Diyas,Dry fruits,Panchamrut,Rose Water,Ghee and Light Lamp.

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Hello friends, Happy Kali Chaudas and Advance Happy Diwali and Happy New year.Today 30th October Saturday Kali Chaudas Festival.Kali Chaudas is Known as Narak Chaturdashi, Roop chaturdashi and Hanuan Pooja Day.At some places, this festival is also celebrated as Hanuman Jayanti.Today large numbers of Hindu people goes in Hanuman temple and take blessing of Lord Hanuanji.On this day we offer poojan to Hanumanji as our Kuldev to protect us from Evil. The poojan is performed with oil, flowers, chandan and sindur. Coconuts are also offered to Hanumanji and prashad of Sesame seed, ladoos and rice with ghee and sugar.Chaudas is a night that evokes in the voodoo and a sense of the occult. It’s a reawakening of the concept of dark and the secretive world of the unknown. 

Many people worship Goddess Maha Kali on this day. Maha Kali is a very powerful energy and is worshiped with a view that its use is made for the welfare of the general populace and for godly actions.The rituals of Kali Chaudas is strongly based on Tantra & Mantra sadhana concept of Spiritual Hinduism.On this night, the kajal made from the diya or deep am with mustard oil (Sarsoo ka tel )in it, which is kept lightened the whole night has special powers,application of this kajal in the eyes or on babies forehead, is believed to keep away the nazar (evil eye).After the puja, the diyas are placed in and around the house: in the doorway, near the Tulasi plant.

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Like Lord Krishna attained victory over Narkasur,
On this Narak Chaturdasi may lord bless you,
and you attain victory over all evils.
Happy Kali Chaudas, Narak Chaturdashi...

 Like Goddess Mahakali attained victory over Raktavija,
On this Narak Chaturdashi day may goddess Kali bless you
and you attain victory over all evils...
Happy  Kali Chaudas..Narak Chaturdashi..

Keep smiling and enjoy the bliss
There’s nothing I ask, more than this.
Wish you a Happy Narak Chaturdashi..

Satya Par Vijay Pakar
Kali Chaudas manaye
Man me Shraddha aur vishwas rakh kar
Har Manokamna ko pura hta Paiye
Aapk Kali Chaudas or Narak Chaturdashi ki

Pooja se bhari thaali hai
Chaaro oor khushhaali hai
Aao milke manaye ye din
Aaj Choti Diwali hai.
Aaoko aur aapke parivaar ko
Dheron shubhkaamnaayein.

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