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Festivals


Transmedia Software Limited Celebrates major festivals that are showcased on their Channel which are Mahashivratri, Holi, Ramnavmi, Mahavir Jayanti, Ganpati Visarjan, Navratri, Janmashtami and many others.


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Shravan Month (1 - 29 August 2015)

The month of Shravan, popularly known as Sawan, is the fifth month of the Hindu calender. Shravan is considered the holiest month of the year.

Almost all the days of Shravana month are considered auspicious. The Shravan Month signs the blessings of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu.


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Hariyali Teej (15 August 2015)

Shravan months third day of Shukla-paksha is celebrated as Shravani Teej. But mostly people know it by the name of Hariyali teej.

This is mainly a women festival. It is also known by the name of Singhara teej in few places. Hariyali Teej (Singhara Teej) is most widely celebrated in Rajasthan and in Northern India.


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Nag Panchmi (19 August 2015)

On the fifth day of the bright half of Shravan month of Hindu calendar, people worship the snake or nag.

Once Young Krishna was playing with the other cowboys, when suddenly the ball got entangled in the high branch of a tree. Krishna volunteered to climb the tree and fetch the ball.


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Raksha Bandhan (29 August 2015)

Raksha Bandhan is the Hindu festival that celebrates brotherhood and love.

It is celebrated on the full moon in the month of Shraavana in the lunar calendar.


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Janamastmi (5 September 2015)

Janmashtami (also known as Krishnastami or Gokulastami) is the birthday of Lord Krishna, the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu, believed to have been born about five thousand years ago in Mathura in 'Dwapar Yuga'.


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Ganesh Chaturthi (17 September 2015)

Ganesh Chaturthi or Ganesh Utsav is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesh.

This festival falls on the fourth day (Chaturthi) of the bright fortnight of Bhadrapada month of the Hindu calendar around August-September.



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