Essay on my favourite festival tihar
celebrate carry their own significance. This day is like a family reunion where everyone enjoys with the varieties of food, playing cards, flying kites, etc. On the third day, the cow is worshiped in the morning and Laxmi, the Goddess of Wealth is worshiped at night with a conviction that she would convey fortune to the admirer. One of the most important things to do in Tihar festival is decorating the home. Those performing the ceremony, place her manure in different parts of the home, drink a drop or two of the cows urine, as a part of the purification process of the soul. Dipawali is the second longest festival of Nepal.
Ceremony is mostly sung by the boys while the Bhailo is sung by the girls. As a music lover and somewhat of an instrumentalist, I, along with my group of friends practice from weeks to perform on this day. Nepalese police officers worship a dog during the dog festival as part of celebrations of Tihar at Central Police Dog Training School in Kathmandu, Nepal November 10, 2015. Another account about how the kin reveres has started is that Yama Raj has five days off, as Lord Vishnu gave the asylum of choice the three universes for five days to Bali Raja. On these five days, we do everything workable for keeping Yama Raj happy, as Yama Raj will judge our obscenities and goals after our passing, and treat our souls in like way. This is dog worshipping day.
Cow dung is taken as representative of the mountain and is worshiped. The sisters put the seven colors Tika on the brothers forehead and pray for their longer life and progress. This ritual is practiced regardless of whether the brother is younger or older than the sister.
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