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Holi festival in India 2023

Holi festival in India 2023 Holi is a popular Hindu festival celebrated primarily in India and Nepal, although it has spread to other parts of the world as well. It is also known as the "Festival of Colors" or the "Festival of Love." The festival typically falls in late February or early March, and it lasts for two days. The first day of Holi is known as Holika Dahan or Chhoti Holi. On this day, people light bonfires to signify the victory of good over evil. The bonfires also represent the burning of the demoness Holika, who tried to kill Prahlad, a devotee of Lord Vishnu, but was ultimately unsuccessful. The second day of Holi is known as Rangwali Holi, Phagwah or Dhulandi. This is the day when people celebrate with colors, water, and music. People throw colored powders and water at each other, dance, and sing. The festival is a time of great joy and excitement, and it brings people together regardless of their social status or background. Holi has become increasin

Happy new year 2024

Wishing all of you a very happy new year 2024. Ringing in the New Year is a cause for celebration, for spending time with friends and family, and for offering Happy New Year wishes.  Wishing you a spectacular year ahead with lots of cheerful moments. #HappyNewYear to  everyone. May all your dreams comes true in this new year. 2023 was not so good for so many people.Many people lose their job, business.Hope you are safe and doing a great. Last year was tough. But hope you did great. May this year be wonderful, and hope we'll be able to support the needy  person. Let's make this year great together!  Praying for everyone's happiness. I hope all your endeavors in 2024 are successful. Wave goodbye to the old and embrace the new full of hope, dream, and ambition. Wishing you a happy new year full of happiness! Wishing for a year filled with laughter, success, and peace my dear colleagues. Cheers to a better life and bright future. May you have a prosp

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  পরের সপ্তাহান্তে ... আপনি আসতেই পারেন কর্নগড়ে কর্ণগড় মেদিনীপুর শহর থেকে মাত্র 10 কিমি উত্তরে একটি ননডেস্ক্রিপ্ট গ্রাম। ইতিহাস এবং স্থাপত্যে আগ্রহীদের জন্য, এটি অন্বেষণ করার সঠিক জায়গা। প্রধান আকর্ষণ একটি বিশাল পাথরের দুর্গের অবশিষ্টাংশ। কাঠামোর মূল অংশটি চলে গেছে তবে চারপাশের দেয়ালের অংশ, সৈন্যদের ব্যারাক, মন্দির এবং জলের ট্যাঙ্কগুলি রয়ে গেছে। ঔপনিবেশিক শাসকদের বিরুদ্ধে প্রথম বিদ্রোহের মধ্যে একটি 1798 সালের এপ্রিল মাসে কর্নাগড়ে ঘটেছিল। পর্বটি ইতিহাসে চুয়ার বিদ্রোহো, চুয়ার অর্থ অসভ্যতা হিসাবে চলে গেছে। রানী সিরোমনির নেতৃত্বে স্থানীয় কৃষকরা, যাকে কখনও কখনও বাংলার লক্ষ্মীবাঈ বলা হয়, তারা কর আদায়কারীদের বিরুদ্ধে বিদ্রোহ করে। ইংরেজরা বাংলায় সৈন্য পাঠায় এবং 1799 সালের মধ্যে বিদ্রোহ দমন করে। রানী

History And Heritage of -Medinipur

  History And Heritage of - Medinipur Medinipur, also known as Midnapore, is a town in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is the district headquarters of Paschim Medinipur district and is located about 130 kilometers west of Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal. Medinipur has a rich history and culture. It was an important center of trade and commerce during the medieval period and was ruled by various dynasties such as the Mauryas, Guptas, and Mughals. The town has several historical landmarks, including the Medinipur Palace, which was the residence of the local kings and now serves as the district collectorate office. Medinipur is also known for its traditional handicrafts such as the famous Medinipur Baluchari sarees, which are handwoven silk sarees with intricate designs depicting scenes from mythology and history. The town is also home to several temples and shrines, including the Shiva temple at Kaliaghai and the Radha-Govinda temple at Gopegarh. Apart from its cultural and hi

Rani Siromoni Garh : Resort near Karnagarh temple

  Rani Siromoni Garh: Resort near Karnagarh temple In this era of concrete jungle a little greenery gives you the feel like oasis.Recently govt of west bengal developed a resort near medinipur city named Rani Siromoni Garh on the land of Karnagarh royal family. Karnagarh (also written as Karnagar) is a village and a gram panchayat in the Salboni block in the Medinipur Sadar subdivision of the Paschim Medinipur district in the state of West Bengal, India.   Karnagarh fort consisted of about 100 bighas of land, stretching for about 4 miles, that was surrounded by the Parang River. It was about 4 miles north of Midnapore. The inside of the fort was divided into two parts, the andar mahal for the royal family and the sadar mahal for others. The temples of Dandesvara and Mahamaya, the ruling deities of Karnagarh, were located to the south of the fort. Now, hardly anything, other than memory, remains.The Karnagarh family had two other forts nearby – at Abasgarh and Jamdargarh.     Booking o

Next weekend you can be at ... Karnagarh

Karnagarh Temple   Next weekend you can be at ... Karnagarh Karnagarh is a nondescript village just 10 km north of Midnapore town. For those interested in history and architecture, it is the right place to explore. The main attraction is the remnant of a huge stone fort. The core of the structure is gone but parts of the surrounding walls, soldiers’ barracks, temples and water tanks remain. One of the first uprisings against the colonial rulers happened in Karnagarh in April 1798. The episode has gone down in history as chuar vidroho , chuar meaning uncivilised. The local farmers led by Rani Siromoni, who is sometimes referred to as the Laxmibai of Bengal, rose in revolt against

Pathra The village of tample,Midnapore

Pathra The village of tample Pathra, on the bank of the river Kangsabati, is a village of temples. There are 34 temples in the village, all over 200 years old. Barely 10 km from Midnapore town, this nondescript hamlet is a treasure trove for those who like to travel back in time. The history of Pathra goes back to the Gupta age, when the place was the hinterland of Tamralipta port, a gateway to southeast Asia. From 8th Century to 12th Century, it was an important hub for Hindus, Jains and Buddhists. A majestic Vishnu Lokeshwar statue dug out in the village in October 1961 revealed both Hindu and Buddhist influences, indicating that practitioners of both religions frequented Pathra. The turning point in the history of the village came in 1732, when Nawab Alivardi Khan appointed Bidyananda Ghoshal as the revenue collector of

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