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Sharad Utsav 2015

Hindu festivals are always marked to be culturally rich, and celebrated according to special 'tithis', which mark specialities of mother nature. The festival calendar depends on the movement of sun and moon. Consequently, most of the festivals are celebrated on different dates, depending on the positions of sun or moon. Durga Puja is celebrated in the 'autumn' (Sharatkal), when the sun is on a southward journey. Devipaksha marks the start point, when the goddess is worshipped through vedic hymns to come down on the earth. This is popularly known as 'Mahalaya', the day when Indian men offer prayers to their ancestors.

We are celebrating Sharad Utsav ´╗┐at
Mother Teresa School Campus
at Vadsar on dated 29th Oct' 2015
at 06:30 pm onwards.

We have invited Aishwarya Majmudar & Pradeep Majmudaar as our guest to celebrate this festival.

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