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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for ashvina

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Trilokpur An important fair is held at Trilokpur twice a year i.e.in the month of Chaitra and Ashvina on sudi ashtmi to chaudas (from the 8th to the 14th of the bright half). During this period the people keep on coming and going but a mammoth gathering is seen on ashtmi and chaudas viz. the first and the final days. The mela in Chaitra draws more people than that held in Ashvina. During this period a large number of devotees visit this temple and pay their respects to the goddess. Mata Bala Sundri is known as Kul Devi of Mair Rajput Swarankar (Nargis Gotra).
Shri Katyayani Baneshwar Temple, Aversa The historical support of the Kharvi tribe at the time of need begun a grand ritual which is followed to this day. The Prasadam / Prasada Bhojana is served to seven families of the Kharvi community in front of the Shrine (Gudi) of Shree Grama Purusha on the full moon day in the month of ASHVINA (Ashvin Shudda Poornima). This is as a token of gratitude to the Kharvi community for their timely help.
Devsar Dhaam Devsar is a place of great religious importance. The goddess Maa Durga attracts hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from all over Northern India. Also, an important fair is held at Devsar twice a year, in the month of Chaitra and Ashvina on sudi ashtmi. During, that period a large number of devotees visit this temple and pay their respects to the goddess. Especially newly married couples and newborns come here to pay their respects to Maa Durga. Bhavani.
Akshaya Tritiya As per Hindu electional astrology (Muhurta) three lunar days ("tithis") are auspicious. These are called "Sade-Teen Muhurtas" also. These Tithis are first Tithi of Bright Half of "Chaitra" (starting of new year), tenth Tithi of Bright Half of "Ashvina" ("Vijay Dashmi"), third Tithi of Bright Half of "Vaishakha" ("Akshay Tritiya- Parshu Jyanti") it is also Lingayatism founder lord Basveshvara Jayanti and first Tithi of Bright Half of "Karttika" are called “Sade-Teen (3 ½) Muhurt”. The first three tithis are counted as full and the last one as half Tithi and constitute "Sade - Teen Muhurt." Sun and moon are astrologically believed to be at their most exalted equal brightness on this day.
Jain festivals Diwali is one of the most important festival in India. Mahavir attained nirvana followed by moksha on this day in 527 BCE. It falls on the last day of Ashvina month of Jain calendar. It is also the last day of Indian calendar. It comes during October or November. It is believed that the eighteen kings of northern India, followers of Mahavira, decided to light lamps (known as "dipa") symbolizing knowledge of Mahavira. So it is known as Deepavali or Diwali. Jains are forbidden to burst crackers.On Diwali morning, Nirvan Ladoo is offered after praying to Lord Mahavira in all Jain temples all across the world. Gautam Gandhar Swami, the chief disciple of Lord Mahavira achieved omniscience (Kevala Gyan) later the same day.