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Pernem taluk Pedne hosts a very popular annual fair on Kojagiri poornima at Shri Bhagavati Temple premises.
Sadguru Hambir Baba He died in Patethan on a full moon day called "kojagiri pournima".
Sonesangavi Gudi Padwa, Chaitragaur, Ram Navami, Narali Pournima, Mangala Gauri, Janmashtami, Ganeshotsav, Navaratri, Kojagiri Pournima, Diwali, Khandoba Festival/Champa Shashthi, Makar Sankranti, Shivaratri, Holi, Eid etc.
Sindkheda Ratha palkhi is one of the major utsav celebrated by people with great devotion and joy on day of Sharad Paurnima which is also known as Kojagiri Paurnima.
Tuljapur As the Goddess Bhavani is the deity of many people from Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Telangana, they come walking in during the Dasera Festival to worship the Goddess Bhavani. Every year after Navaratri, on the eve of Kojagiri pournima, many devotees cover long distances to reach the city. Huge crowds are drawn to the temple for worshipping the goddess Bhavani.
Vajreshwari Temple Other festivals the temple celebrates are Shiva worship in the Hindu month of Shravana; Kojagiri Poornima - full moon day of Hindu month Ashvin; Diwali (festival of lights); Holi (festival of colours); Datta Jayanti (birthday of the deity Datta); Hanuman Jayanti (birthday of the monkey god Hanuman) and Godhadebuwa Jayanti (birthday of the saint Godhadebuwa).
Deshastha Brahmin Deshasthas follow the Saka calendar. They follow several of the festivals of other Hindu Marathi people. These include Gudi Padwa, Rama Navami, Hanuman Jayanti, Narali Pournima, Mangala Gaur, Krishna Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Kojagiri Purnima, Diwali, Khandoba Festival (Champa Shashthi), Makar Sankranti, Maha Shivaratri and Holi.
Shreenagar (Thane) Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated for 10 days in Shreenagar Ground. Navratri is also celebrated in shreenagar for 9 days where people come together and play Garba/Dandiya. Mahashivratri is celebrated on Shri Ayyappa Mandir for 1 day. Other festivals such as Holi, Diwali, Kojagiri and Christmas are celebrated in this area.
Lakshmi Archaeological discoveries and ancient coins suggest the recognition and reverence for Lakshmi by the 1st millennium BCE. Lakshmi's iconography and statues have also been found in Hindu temples throughout southeast Asia, estimated to be from the second half of the 1st millennium CE. The festivals of Diwali and Sharad Purnima (Kojagiri Purnima) are celebrated in her honor.
Marathi people Written in the short form of Sanskrit as 'Ko Jagarti (को जागरति) ?' ( Sandhi of "कः जागरति," meaning 'Who is awake?'), Kojagiri is celebrated on the full moon day of the month of Ashwin. It is said that on this Kojagiri night, the Goddess Lakshmi visits every house asking "Ko Jagarti?" and blesses those who are awake with fortune and prosperity. To welcome the Goddess, houses, temples, streets, etc. are illuminated. People get together on this night usually in open spaces (e.g. in gardens or on terraces) and play games until midnight. At that hour, after seeing the reflection of the full moon in milk boiled with saffron and various varieties of dry fruits, they drink the concoction. The eldest child in the household is honoured on this day.