Tradition and Festival

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addison
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Tradition and Festival

Post by addison » Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:18 am

The Tradition and Festivals in India have certain purity and flash back to all of their own quality.This custom will changing from North state to South state and it will go on and on.. In that there are several Traditions and Festivals are same in all states.. .In India all people are giving respect to other's customs and traditions together. All Indian community are celebrating other's community's festival with enjoyable moment. Another very important tradition of the Indian culture is "arati". The arati is a ritual of worshiping the almighty or even blessing individuals on auspicious occasions, anniversaries and festivals. The arati consists of a dish that carries five small metal lamps along with cotton, few rice grains and are count . Usually elders are doing arati for god.
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Post by Zhjhdf » Tue Aug 24, 2010 11:26 am

Hi,And the old tradition of fleecing travelers trying to return to their ancestral homes for the holiday remains in full flower. Passengers claimed that all seats for some routes had been booked by brokers, who sold them at inflated prices. Special flights at low fares ordered by the state-run airline were blocked by local airport officials, who said they hadn't received the necessary paperwork. That and bad weather in the high mountains increased travelers' frustration and willingness to pay the traditional bribes.

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