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World Savings Day Was Formed To Make The People Realize The Significance Of Saving Money In A Bank Rather Than Keeping It Under Their Mattress. On 30th October the World Saving Day is celebrated. This is celebrated in many countries and many organizations take part in the celebration of World Saving Day. It is said that “A penny saved is the penny earned” it is true but many people do not follow this advice and waste their hard earned cash on the things that they do not need. It is also said that One unit of energy saved today is two unit in the future. It also applies here.
Long ago, about 2000 years, the Lord selected two persons called virgin Mary and Joseph who were the citizens of Nazareth to be Jesus’s parents. One day God’s angel appeared to these persons and said that lord selected you to be the parents for his only son, who will become the savior for us. These two obeyed the God’s word and followed him. As the days passed on and the delivery time came for Mary, at that time the land where the couple lived were apart from the Roman Empire. The Emperor ordered all should be enrolled(or census) their names to pay tax to the country. So Mary and Joseph traveled almost 70 miles from Nazareth to Bethlehem with a donkey to carry their needy things to register their names in the census. When they reached the place no one gave them shelter that night because every room and house was occupied by the guests.
The festival of Diwali is also mentioned in the era of the Mughal Empire. Many Mughal rulers had banned this festival including hold. Many Hindu festivals were banned in the period of the Mughal empire. But few King in the Mughal dynasty had not banned this festival like King Akbar. In the year 1655, the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb had completely banned the festival of Diwali and Holi. Not only the festival of Diwali has mentioned within the country India but it is also described in many travelers from outside India. In the 11th century, Al Biruni was a Persian traveler and also a historian. He wrote about the festival of Deepavali as the biggest festival of Hindu and the Hindu people used to celebrate this festival on the full moon day. The festival of Diwali is celebrated in the month of Kartika.
Important things about Makar Sankranti that you should know India is a land of diverse population and hence, one gets to see and experience a variety of festivals in India. Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, and Christians live in harmony here and celebrate their respective festivals with great interest and enthusiasm. The government also sanctions national holidays on such festival days to make the occasion even more special. Festival is the time people keep on waiting eagerly to meet family members, friends, and relatives. Festivals bring the entire family closer and together and here in this article, we will be discussing a few prominent festivals in detail and would try to analyze what makes these festivals so special.
Meerabai Jayanti on 13th October 2019 Meera Bai (circa 1498-1547) was a great Hindu poet and ardent devotee of Lord Krishna. Meerabai Jayanti was celebrated in honour of Meerabai birthday Meera was born to King Rajput Ratansingh of Kurki, Udaipur, in the year 1499. She lost her mother very early. They taught him religion, politics and music.
Hartalika Teej Festival is the celebration of the reunion of Goddess Parvathi with Lord Shiva. During this festival, Goddess Parvathi is worshipped under the name of Hartalika. Hartalika Teej is one of the three types of Teej - Hariyali Teej, Kajari Teej and Haritalika Teej that are being celebrated. Haritalika Teej falls on Shukla Paksha Tritiya(on the third day of the bright fortnight) of the Hindu month of Bhadrapada. Haritalika Tej is celebrated one month after Hariyali Teej.
Importance of Rishi Panchami : As per the Hindu Lunar Calendar, the fifth day of the Shukla Paksha of the month of Bhadrapada is popularly celebrated as Rishi Panchami. It falls after the day of Ganesh Chaturthi. On the occasion of Rishi Panchami, people indulge in the traditional worship of the Sapta Rishis who are Kashyapa, Atri, Bharadhvaja, Vishvamitra, Gautam, Jamadagni and Vashishta. Interestingly, this day is celebrated as Vishwakarma Puja in Kerala. The festival of Rishi Panchami came into existence due to effortless pious efforts of the Sapta Rishi to make the human lives better. Rishi means Sage, and Panchami denotes the fifth day.