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Anantha Padmanabha Vratha is an auspicious festival celebrated on 14th day of Bhadrapada Shukla Chaturdashi. Know more about the significance and celebration of #AnanthaPadmanabhaVratha . #BringHomeFestival

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Second Day of Navarahri – #Brahmacharini Goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped on the second day of #Navaratri and is the second appearance of Mother Goddess.

Karva Chauth is celebrated on the fourth day of the fading moon fortnight, Krishna paksha. Know more about the celebration of #KarvaChauth in the #blog . #BringHomeFestival

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Happy Muharram! #Muharram is the main month of the Islamic calendar. Know more about Muharram celebration in India. #BringHomeFestival

Seventh day of #Navarathri - Goddess #Kaalratri The seventh day is dedicated to the Goddess 'Kaalratri', meant to make the devotees fearless. Know more about goddess Kaalratri in the blog

Sixth Day of #Navarathri – Devi #Katyayani The 6th Avathar of Mother Durga 'Katyayani' is adored on the six day of Navaratri, Durga Pooja. Know more about Devi Katyayani in the #blog.

Fifth Day of #Navarathri – #SkandaMaatha The fifth day is devoted to the Goddess 'Skanda Maatha', the mother of the central warrior of the Gods armed force, the Skanda.

Fourth Day of #Navarathri – Devi #Kushmanda The fourth day of Navarathri is dedicated to the goddess 'Kushmanda', the creator of the whole Universe.

Third Day of Navarahri – Chandraghanta The third day is of #Navarathri is dedicated to Goddess #Chandraghanta, the typical representation of magnificence and valiance.

Know more about celebration and significance of #Diwali, the festival of lights. #DiwaliBlog #BringHomeFrestival