Merry Christmas2017 Special Whats app Ststus, Facebook Sms,Quotes,Wishes,Greetings,GIF Animated Pictures

Merry Christmas is one of the most adorable festivals celebrated every year. Christmas is celebrated on 25th December every year. This is the favorite and most awaited festival for all Christians across the globe. Especially Christians performs prayers on this festival. On Christmas we generally exchange gifts, sweets and wishes with each other. now on digital world everyone trying to find out best wishes messages to share with friends on smartphones for Christmas. Now a days everyone like to share wishes images and wishes messages on smartphone, if you are one of them then don’t worry about it. Here you will get all Merry Christmas2017 Special Whats app Ststus, Facebook Sms ,Greetings,Quotes,Wishes,Gif Animated Pictures.

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May the Christmas spirit bring to you peace and hope. I also wish you good health and hope as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Merry Christmas.

Let us enjoy the joy of Christmas season. Let us hope for good future and pray for it. May the divine message of peace and love fill your home and heart.

On this happy holiday season, may the spirit of Christmas spread the happiness, love and peace. Celebrate the Christmas and new year with fun and party. Merry Christmas.

Let the spirit of Christmas warm your home with love, joy, and share.Merry Christmas!

May baby Jesus bring you and your family lots of love. May the host of angels fill your life with joy and bliss. Merry Christmas to you and all your loved ones.

For thy lord your God had made it possible for you to see the month of December!So shall all impossibility in your will be possible! Wishing u merry x-mas!

Let us Celebrate this Christmas seson with the eyes of Child. Let us experience, spread the wonder of love. Merry Chrismas!!

This Christmas spread your fragrance to all those around you and make this world a happy place. Merry Christmas to the one I love the most. 

Christmas is the time to share love & joy. A time to recollect beautiful memories. It is a time to sit back & relax. Enjoy the holiday season. Merry Christmas.

Merry Christmas2017 Special Quotes,Wishes

The main reason Santa is so jolly is because he knows where all the bad girls live.-George Carlin 

No Greeting Card To Give.. No Sweet Flowers To Send..No Cute Graphics To Forward..
Just a loving heart Saying

May the joy and peace of Christmas be with you forever.Wishing you a season of blessings from heaven and above.Heartiest wishes for Christmas!

Wishing you a Christmas, filled with fun and party. Have a wonderful Christmas!

A time of love and good cheer,A time for gifts to share.Warmest greetings for Christmas.

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Kishan Diwas-National Farmer's Day-Ch.Charan Singh Jayanti- Date- About Kishan diwas-Celebration-History-Whats app Sms-Greetings-Pictures

Kishan Diwas-National Farmer's Day-Ch.Charan Singh Jayanti- Date

Kishgan Diwas known as National Farmer's Day and Ch.Charan Singh Jayanti.It is celebrated 23rd December every year and everywhere.Kishan Diwas celebrate the birth anniversary of the fifth prime minister and kishan leader, late Chaudhary Charan Singh.

About Kishan diwas-Celebration

December 23 has been declared as a public holiday in Uttar Pradesh.Homage is paid to the brave leaders of the past who worked for the welfare and growth of farmers.Several seminars, exhibitions and workshops are organized on this day by the government as well as rural development associations to ensure development in agriculture.Agriculture extension officers and agricultural scientists interact with farmers in villages and provide them information about the latest agriculture insurance schemes.

History of Kishan diwas

The Jat icon, Charan Singh belonged to a peasant family, which made him relate himself with the problems of the farmers. Consequently, he did his best to support them.He served as the Prime Minister of India from 28 July 1979 until 14 January 1980. As the Prime Minister of India, he never faced the Lok Sabha.Budget 1979: The budget was designed to fulfill the demands of farmers in all respects. It introduced many policies in favor of farmers. He was able to bring together all the farmers against the landlords and moneylenders.The Agricultural Produce Market Bill was introduced by him in the Assembly. It was meant to guard the welfare of farmers against the avarice of dealers.He articulated and enforced the Zamindari Abolition Act.He led the battle against the collectivist land-use policies of Jawaharlal Nehru to save Indian farmers.As a writer: He was also a very effective writer and penned his thoughts on farmers and their problems and solutions.Charan Singh died on 29 May 1987. 

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A man is not paid for having a head and Hands,
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Happy Kishan Divas
Happy Farmer's day      

All of Farmers 
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Buddhist holidays and festivals in Year 2018

There are many special or holy days held throughout the year by the Buddhist community. Many of these days celebrate the birthdays of Bodhisattvas in the Mahayana tradition or other significant dates in the Buddhist calendar. The most significant celebration happens every May on the night of the full moon, when Buddhist all over the world celebrate the birth, enlightenment and death of the Buddha over 2,500 years ago. It has become to be known as Buddha Day. Here is Buddhist holidays and festivals in Year 2018     .

Buddhist holidays and festivals in Year 2018     

Date /Month
Day
Festival Name
02 January
Tuesday  
Mahayana New Year
14 February
Wednesday
Ritual purification (Dugzhuuba)
15 February
Thursday
Parinirvana of Buddha Shakyamuni
16 February
Friday 
Tibetan New Year (Losar)
Mongolian New Year (Tsagaan Sar)
15 Wonders of the Buddha (Monlam Chenmo)
02 March
Friday
Sangha Day
Magha Puja
Chotrul Duchen
31 March
Saturday  
Avalokitesvara's Birthday
13 April
Friday  
Thai New Year (Songkran)
30 April
Monday  
Theravada New Year
Kalachakra festival (Duynhor-Khural)
04 May
Friday  
Plowing day (Raek Na Khwan)
22 May
Tuesday
Buddha's Birthday
29 May
Tuesday
Vesak
28 June
Thursday  
Poson Poya Day
Dzam Ling Chi Sang
06 July
Friday
Birth of Dalai Lama
16 July
Monday  
Gyre of Maitreya (Maidari-Khural)
22 July
Sunday  
Birth of Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava)
28 July   
Saturday
Vassa
Commemorated of Arhats (Naidani-Khural)
Dharma Day (Asalha Puja)
26 August
Sunday
Ghost Festival
Ancestor Day (Ulambana)
The Festival Of The Tooth (Esala Perahera)
24 October
Wednesday
Kathina
Pavarana day

30 October
Tuesday  
Lhabab Duchen
17 November
Saturday
The Elephant Festival
23 November
Friday
Day of protectors of the Doctrine (Palden Lhamo)
Loi Krathong
Anapanasati Day
02 December
Sunday
Feast of thousands of lamps (Zula-Khural)
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Dhanu Sankranti - About Dhanu Sankranti -Dhanu Sankranti Date and Muhurta 2017 to 2022 - Dhanu Sankranti Rituals

About Dhanu Sankranti
 
Dhanu Sankranti signifies the transition of sun to the Dhanu (Sagittarius) rashi from Vrishchika(Scorpio) rashi. It marks the beginning of the ninth month in Hindu Solar Calendar. On this day, Lord Surya or the Sun God is worshiped. Devotees take a dip in the holy rivers like Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari etc. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm in Orissa. Lord Jagannath is worshiped on this day. 

On this day, Lord Surya or the Sun God is worshiped. Devotees take a dip in the sacred rivers like Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Yamuna as it is considered a very auspicious ritual. This festival is celebrated with great gusto in Orissa. Lord Jagannath is worshiped on this day. In Orissa, the month of Pousha is considered the month of plenty. Hence, after collecting the harvest a festival of celebration is organized. A special delicacy made of sweetened rice flakes Dhanu Muan is prepared which is offered to Lord Jagannath.

A street play is held on this day in the Bargarh town of Orissa that depicts the various episodes of Lord Krishna’s life. One of the episodes is based on Krishna’s visit to Mathura to witness the Bow ceremony organized by Kansa.  Kansa had invited Krishna and Balaram on the occasion of Dhanu Yatra with the evil intention of killing them. This annual festival showcases scenes right from Lord Krishna's birth to the killing of the demon by him. During this occasion Bargarh is shown as Mathura, river Jira on the border of Bargarh town as Jamuna and a small village Ambapali on the other side of the river as Gopapura. The mango orchard serves as Vrindavan. Various scenes mentioned in the Bhagavad Purana are enacted in different areas of Bargarh town and almost all the people in the town participate in the play with great enthusiasm.

Dhanu Sankranti Rituals 

On this day, Lord Jagannath is worshipped in many parts of India, especially in Orissa. Devotees start the festival of Dhanu Yatra from sixth day of Pousha month in Shukla Paksha and continue it until Purnima of the Pousha month.

Special prasad is prepared on this day, which includes sweetened rice flakes in conical shape to offer the God during the puja ceremony.

The “Bow Ceremony” is depicted in a street play and held as mentioned in the Bhagwad Purana. Devotees from near and far come to watch this and pray to God.

This day is considered auspicious to offer donation (daanya punnya) and perform ancestral pujas.
Apart from daan activities one should involve himself in sankraman japa, holy water bath and pitru tarpan.

The Sun God is offered water and flowers early in the morning just after the sunrise to receive blessings. Devotees especially, women, fast on this day for happiness and fortune in their life.

Dhanu Sankranti Date and Muhurta 2017 to 2025 

➤Dhanu Sankranti Date Year 2017 : 16th December 2017 (Saturday)
Dhanu Sankranti Phalam
Punya Kaal Muhurta = 07:05 to 12:22
Duration = 5 Hours 17 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 03:14
Mahapunya Kaal Muhurta = 07:05 to 08:50
Duration = 1 Hour 45 Mins

➤Dhanu Sankranti Date Year 2018 : 16th December 2018 (Sunday)
Punya Kaal Muhurta = 09:24 to 15:48
Duration = 6 Hours 24 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 09:24
Mahapunya Kaal Muhurta = 09:24 to 09:48
Duration = 0 Hours 24 Mins
 
➤Dhanu Sankranti Date Year 2019 : 16th December 2019 (Monday)
Punya Kaal Muhurta = 15:43 to 17:39
Duration = 1 Hour 56 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 15:43
Mahapunya Kaal Muhurta = 15:43 to 16:07
Duration = 0 Hours 24 Mins 
 
 ➤Dhanu Sankranti Date Year 2020 : 15th December 2020 (Tuesday)
Punya Kaal Muhurta = 12:22 to 17:39
Duration = 5 Hours 17 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 21:47
Mahapunya Kaal Muhurta = 15:53 to 17:39
Duration = 1 Hour 45 Mins

 ➤Dhanu Sankranti Date Year 2021 : 16th December 2021 (Thursday)
Punya Kaal Muhurta = 07:05 to 12:22
Duration = 5 Hours 17 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 03:58
Mahapunya Kaal Muhurta = 07:05 to 08:50
Duration = 1 Hour 45 Mins
 
 ➤Dhanu Sankranti Date Year 2022 : 16th December 2022 (Friday)
Punya Kaal Muhurta = 10:11 to 16:35
Duration = 6 Hours 24 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 10:11
Mahapunya Kaal Muhurta = 10:11 to 10:35
Duration = 0 Hours 24 Mins
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Vivaha Panchami Date 2017 to 2022 | About Vivaha Panchami | Vivaha Panchami Celebrations | Pictures

Vivaha Panchami Date 2017 to 2022 

Vivaha Panchami Date of Year 2017 : 23rd November 2017 (Thursday)
Vivaha Panchami Date of Year 2018 : 12 ve December 2018 (Wednesday)
Vivaha Panchami Date of Year 2019 : 1st December 2019 (Sunday)
Vivaha Panchami Date of Year 2020 : 19th December 2020 (Saturday)
Vivaha Panchami Date of Year 2021 : 8th December 2021 (Wednesday)

 About Vivaha Panchami

Vivaha panchami is an auspicious Hindu festival , which is celebrated to commemorate the divine marriage of Lord Ram (the prince of Ayodhya ) and Sita (princess of Janakpur).

It is observed on the fifth day of shukla paksh (the bright fortnight) in the month of Margashira as per the Hindu calendar. The festival is generally marked in late November and early December time according to the Georgian calendar .This festival is primarily celebrated in the Northern India, Mithilanchal and Nepal.

 
According to the Hindu epic Ramayana, King Janak of Mithila (Janakpur) organized a "Swayamver" ceremony where he invited many kings of various kingdoms and Sita the daughter of Janak was supposed to choose a groom for herself among them. However the condition was to lift the Shiva dhanusha and string it ,to be able to marry princess Sita . Thousands of kings and princes tried but could not even make it move a bit .Then Ram the prince of Ayodhya, lifted this gigantic heavy Shiva dhanush (bow) and string it. Breathless audience clapped and flower came from heaven, and princess Sita was wedded to Lord Ram.

To immortalize the wedding ceremony of Lord Ram, and Devi Sita, people have been celebrating the Vivaha Panchami with enormous dedication.
 
Vivaha Panchami Celebrations 
 
Vivaha Panchami is celebrated with great pomp and show in the birthplace of Lord Ram, Ayodhya. The wedding ceremonies are enacted with the idols of Lord Ram and Goddess Sita. The procession of Lord Ram’s ‘baraat’ is taken from one temple to another all the way from Ayodhya to ‘Janakpur’ where the marriage ceremonies take place. The event is popularly referred to as “Ram Vivah Utsav”. Devotees sing various ‘Bhajans’ in order to seek Lord Ram’s blessings. The famous religious song; “Hari Anant, Hari Katha Anant, Mangal Bhawan Amangal Hari” is sung by devotees.

The ceremonies culminate in the evening where devotees throng in huge numbers in Janakpur, the birthplace of Goddess Sita. Special ‘Pujan’ is held at the various temples situated there. People take a dip in the holy lakes of Mithilanchal like Gangasagar, Dhanushsagar and Argaza. The idols of the deities after the ‘Pranpratishtha’ rituals are dressed like bride and groom and taken out in processions and the enactment of their wedding take place at the famous Janaki temple. Thousands of devotees visit Nepal during this time and visit temples in order to seek blessings from the Lord for a happy married life.

‘Vivah Panchami’ is marked as the auspicious day to celebrate the union of two bodies into one soul for the seven life cycles one goes through before he/she attains salvation. Every couple which wants happiness in their life perform ‘pooja’ on this day.

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Seng Kut Snem Festival Date 2017 to 2022 | About Seng Kut Snem | Seng Kut Snem Celebration | Festival Of Meghalaya

Seng Kut Snem Festival Date 2017 to 2022

 Seng Kut Snem Festival is celebrated 23rd November every year.

About Seng Kut Snem

Meghalaya is also known as a “Tribal Land” with a number of tribal communities living here. As different tribal groups have different traditions and customs associated with them, all the major festivals celebrated here are based on the religious and spiritual sentiments of the natives here.


Among all the tribal groups existing in Meghalaya, the Khasi community is one of the largest and has its own culture, religion, beliefs and identity. The Festival of Seng Kut Snem is celebrated in Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya. It is an annual indigenous festival held in the month of November.
The festival acts as a means of fun and entertainment for the Khasi Community as they sing, dance, play music and have great merriment. Sound of different musical instruments fill the atmosphere with fresh vibrancy. Kids, adults, men and women all come together to celebrate this festival and make it memorable.

Earlier simply a religious act, the festival of Seng Kut Snem has slowly grown in its popularity and entire Shillong waits for this festival year long. Not only for the locals of Shillong, but tourists from outside find it very attractive and interesting.

 Seng Kut Snem Celebration

Seng Kut Snem is the celebration to commemorate the renaissance and awakening of the Khasi community as a whole. The Seng Khasi was formed 117 years ago by 16 magnanimous young men who worked towards the preservation of the traditional beliefs and the culture of the Khasis and these men stood up against the British imperialism and strengthened the community to ensure that it deserves all that is there and to preserve the identity through the formation of Seng Khasi,” said Banteidor Rumnong, president of the Seng Khasi that was formed on November 23, 1899.

When asked about the hurdles faced by the Seng Khasi, he pointed out that conversion to other faiths had weakened the traditional faith in the beginning. “One of the threats, particularly in the early times, was the conversion to other faiths that led to the dilution of the culture, traditional beliefs and our roots,” he said and added that despite all odds the faith strived and fought for its identity.


R. Rynjah, culture secretary of the Seng Khasi, said people from Christian faith have come to an understanding and are now back to the traditional fold. “Some of them say they entered Christianity without understanding. It has dawned upon them that they are to preserve the Khasi culture and faith, we are born as Khasis and we will be Khasis,” he added.

Rynjah informed that every Sunday, there are speakers who talk on the traditional knowledge and wisdom of the Khasis. “It is a sort of Seng Khasi awakening movement. The movement has more than 300 branches all over Khasi-Jaintia.”

Through the celebrations of Seng Kut Snem, the Seng Khasi has upheld its aim of protection and preservation of the customs and traditions embracing all aspects of the Khasi way of life, which included traditional music and dances, games and amusements, Rynjah explained.
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Pramukh Swami Maharaj 97th Janma Jayanti Mahotsav Celebration Invitation and All Programe Date and timing sidual

 As part of Guruhari Pramukh Swami Maharaj's centenary celebrations, this year the entire BAPS family is honored to celebrate his 97th birthday in Anand, in the divine presence of Pragat Brahmaswarup Param Pujya Mahant Swami Maharaj. Everyone is invited to attend this grand celebration.Here is some Information about Pramukh Swami Maharaj 97th Janma Jayanti Mahotsav Celebration Invitation and All Programe Date and timing Shidual.

Date : 27th November 2017
Celebration start date : 18th November 
Venue - 18th November to 26 November Place : Akshar Farm Anand
27thNovember Venue : Brahm Swarup Pramukh swami nagar, Anand-sojitra Road ,Near Anand
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Navahan Programe Detail At Akshar Farm Anand

18/11/2017 - 3:00 Pm to 6:00 PM - Mahila Din
19/11/2017 - Evening 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM- Swagat Sabha
20/11/2017- Evening 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM -Bal yuva din
21/11/2017- Evening 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM -B.A.P.S Vidhya Mandir Annual function
22/11/2017- Evening 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM -Kirtan Aaradhana
23/11/2017- Evening 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM - Charotar Gatha
24/11/2017- 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM - BAPD Temple Anand Patotsav
24/11/2017- Evening 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM - Anand Gatha(anand history)
25/11/2017- Morning 6:00 AM to 1:00 PM- Swaminarayan Vishwa santi Maha yog
25/11/2017- Evening 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM - Swayam Sevak Sabha
26/11/2017- Morning 6:00 AM to 1:00 PM- Swaminarayan Vishwa santi Maha yog
26/11/2017- Morning 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM- Bhagavati Dixa

Pramukh Swami Bapa Janma Jayanti Mahotsav Celebration  Brahm Swarup Pramukh swami nagar, Anand-sojitra Road ,Near Anand. Date : 27/11/2017 Time : 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

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