Top 10 similar words or synonyms for paurnima

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for paurnima

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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.
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Sindkheda Pratapsingh Rawal after that Lakhesing Rawal ruled the Jahagiri up to British rule. On the Era of Pratapsingh Rawal Lord Datta mandir of sindkheda was constructed on the bank of river Maa Burai. At the same era Lord Balaji Mandir might be constructed. Balaji sansthan started Ratha Palkhi Utsava where every year at Ashvin Paurnima i.e. on Kojagiri Paurnima People of the town and surrounding area gather and pull the Ratha around the main street of Sindkheda. It is one of the huge and famous Rath Plakhi utsav around area.
Niphad Niphad Town is home to a number of Hindu temples dedicated to various deities, as well as to a Dargah and a few mosques. A traditional fair in honour of Shree Khandoba (not to be confused with another Khandoba fair in Chandori in the Taluka) is held on Magha Shuddha Paurnima and attracts a large number of people from the surrounding areas.
Jat, Sangli Yallamma temple is situated to the South of Jat. It celebrates an annual fair on Chaitra Paurnima (Full Moon) in the month of Margashirsha. It also hosts one of the largest cattle fairs for farmers to sell/buy cattle. The place derives its name from "Jath" which in Kannada means Ox (cattle).
Anjangaon In Surji area Dwarkeshwar Yatra is a major event to be held every year on second day of Pola festival. Various religious functions are celebrated like Piwali Marbat, Rupalal Punyatithi, Chaitra Paurnima Rathotsav of Jains etc. "Kathichi Jatra" is a "fair cum festival" of the city. The fair is organised on every Monday from "Nagapanchami" to "Pola" Festival.
Parel Originally, Parel was a separate island. As such, an inscription dated January 26, 1187 (Paurnima of Magha, Saka 1108) is found there recording of a grant made by Shilahara king Aparaditya II out of the proceeds of an orchard in a village named Mahavali (close to Kurla) for a Vaidyanatha temple. Parel is one of the Seven Islands of Bombay which were ceded by the Portuguese to England in 1661; it was linked up with the other islands in the 19th Century.
Pimapalas Pimpalas Town is home to a number of Hindu temples dedicated to various deities, as well as to a Dargah and a few mosques. The Prabhu Shri Ram's temple is located in pimpalas.As well as Ganesh and Hanuman temple are also located. A traditional fair in honour of Shree Khandoba (not to be confused with another Khandoba fair in Chandori in the Taluka) is held on Magha Shuddha Paurnima and attracts a large number of people from the surrounding areas.
Baji Prabhu Deshpande On a stormy full moon's night (night of Guru Pournima, Ashadh Paurnima) a band of 600 select men, led by Baji Prabhu and Shivaji, broke through the siege. They were hotly pursued by the Bijapuri force. As planned, Shiva Nhavi allowed himself to be captured and taken back to the Bijapuri camp, fully comprehending that he would be put to death once the charade was discovered. This sacrifice, however gave the fleeing Maratha force some breathing space.
Kalyangad The fort walls are in a state of bad repair. There are no buildings inside the fort except the temple of God Maruti. There are also idols of Dattatraya and Parasnath. It is said that the water of the pond is good for health. Even though water is available abundantly there is no habitation on the fort. The temple of Maruti was renovated by Dahanebuva of Ninapadali. The tomb of Abdul Karim, a Musalman Saint which is inside the fort is still visited by a few people. An Urus is held in his honour for five days before Holi Paurnima. The fort was the headquarters of an administrative sub-division with a treasury and had an establishment of a mamlatdar, phadnis, sabnis, havaldar and daffedar, two karkuns, three naiks, and one hundred and sixty sepoys.