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Mahavir Swami Kevalagyan, Thrissur Pooram

May 14
New Zealand New Zealand

Mahavir Swami Kevalagyan We observe Mahavir Swami Kevalagyan commemorating the attainment of enlightenment of Lord Mahavir. The last and twenty-fourth Thirthankara in Jainism Thrissur Pooram Thrissur Pooram is an annual Hindu temple festival held in Kerala, India. It is held at the Vadakkunnathan Temple in Thrissur every year on the Pooram day - the day when […]

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Girmit Day / Girmit Diwas

May 14
New Zealand New Zealand

Girmit Day / Girmit Diwas Girmit day is celebrated in memory of Indian ancestors who were the very first settlers in Fiji. The first ship of Indian people had landed Fiji on 14th May 1879 and this day is remembered as GIRMIT Day / GIRMIT Diwas. These Indian settlers were called Girmitiyas. More info on […]

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First day after no Moon day (अमावस्या) is considered here as first day of Hindu Month. This is called Amant Calendar (अमान्त पंचांग). In few parts of India first day of Hindu Month is considered on one day after Full Moon (पूर्णिमा) and the calendar is known as Purnimant Calendar (पूर्णिमान्त पंचांग). Only month name changes in these two methods. Tithi still remains the same. For example, if the tithi is Shukla paksh Chaturthi (शुक्ल पक्ष चतुर्थी), it remains same in both the methods.

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