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Gaura - Women's Festival in Hindus

December 01, 2018

Gaura

     Gaura is one of the famous festivals of Hindus women. This festival falls in the month of Bhadra. But it mainly celebrated in the mid-western and far-western regions of Nepal. In India, Kumau and Garwal are preferable.
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Gaura


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Gaura - Women's Festival in Hindus

          In this festival, women of different castes worship Lord Shiv and Goddess Parvati and Lord Ganesh and pray for the happiness, progress, property and long life of their husband's and offspring. It is called a Teej of the western region Nepal. It is observed for three days from Krishna Janmashtami. In this festival, Panchabirudi, a mixture of five types of grains is made and offered. For this reason, this festival is called Biruda Prava.
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Gaura


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   This festival has been celebrating since 16th centuries. This is celebrated in the memory of Satidevi's sacrifice of her life by jumping into the Yagya Kunda of her parents. During the festival, all the married women take bath and wear new clothes and dazzling ornaments they have. Then have a fast, recite hymns, sing songs and perform gentle dances. It is believed that this festival is also related to the life of their husband. The married who celebrate this festival worship Lord Shiv and Goddess Parvati by hardworking and sacrificing make her couple life happy.

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Gaura Festival

   The festival Gaura gives a message of heartily love and devotedness of a Hindu woman towards her beloved husband. It also expresses that a wife can make their couple life happy, progressive, prosperous and durable in Hindu society. Similarly, this festival also shows the image of deep and true love of a wife to towards her husband and her offspring.

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