Cherish This Glorious Month Of August !
Hello My Sunshine’s,
Hope You All Are Doing well !
The Glorious Month Of August Marks the phase of joy and hassles for all of us, When we are busy in all the preparations & celebrations around and aiming to enjoy better on the festival day !
The Golden Key Is to have a Positive Outlook about our preparation and performance that can help us enjoy better.
In today’s world of competition and global connectivity, the art of performance and preparations doing before hand, plays a vital role.
Let’s talk about, What’s so special about these festivals which we celebrate during whole Month Of August and It’s importance.
Let’s Begin The Fun !
1) Friendship Day :
Friendship Day, 2018 was embarked on 5th of August with overwhelming love and affection between true real friends !
People spend time with their friends and express love for them. Exchange of Friendship Day Gifts like flowers, cards and wrist bands is a popular tradition of this occasion.
2) Independence Day :
On 15th August 1947, India was liberated from the trammel of The British Empire. After 200 years of colonisation, India awoke into Independence by the ceaseless and gallant efforts of our freedom fighters.
Independence Day is not only a celebration of freedom that we enjoy, but it is also a day of remembrance and veneration
We, as citizens of India, owe our existence and Freedom to the martyrs who sacrificed their own lives for our felicity.
We remember the hardships that our forefathers faced to attain Independence and promise ourselves to become better individuals and a strongly united country facing all challenges and reaching greater heights of success and progress.
As a tribute to their valour, let’s begin the celebration and add glory to the day !
3) Teej :
This festival is originated from The State “Rajasthan”. Haryali Teej is a Hindu fasting observed by Hindu women. It is dedicated to Goddess Parvati.
The festival continues three days and is celebrated by women in honor of Parvati Ma. It is one of three Teej festivals and most popularly celebrated in the Northern and western parts of India.
The main puja (religious ceremony) takes place with offerings of flowers, fruits, etc., made to Shiva and his wife goddess Parvati, beseeching them to grant their blessing upon the husband and family. The important part of the puja is the oil lamp which should be alight throughout the night.
4) Raksha Bandhan :
Raksha Bandhan is one of the most popular festival celebrated in India.
This festival is a symbol of attachment between a brother and a sister , meant to strengthen their bond of love forever. ?
It’s significance is huge in our country as it’s dedicated to the love of sister and brother. It’s the most awaited festival for all the sisters and brothers.
It holds immense importance in Hinduism. The name of the festival, Raksha Bandhan is made up of two words, Raksha (Protection) and Bandhan (Relation).
On this day, a sister ties a sacred thread called