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Biswakarma Puja of Odisha

Biswakarma is known as the divine engineer since the Puranic age. As a mark of reverence He is still worshipped specially by the...

Odisha Dibasa in Bangalore by Panda Infrastructures n OPC

PANDA Infrastructure Bhubaneswar in Association with OPC Bangalore, with great pleasure invites you with your family and friends to ODISHA DIBASH celebrations on Saturday,...

Kaktpur Jhamu Yatra Mela in Puri

The Kaktpur Jhamu Yatra Mela in Puri district is among the popular festivals in this region. Jhamu Yatra is the most significant procession of...

Basanta Panchami

The day marked for the propitiation of Saraswati, the Goddess of learning is known as Sripanchami or Basanta Panchami. The words 'Sree' and...

Bali Yatra of Cuttack Odisha

Celebrated in the month of Kartik on the full moon day, Bali Yatra is the most auspicious occasion celebrated in Odisha. In...

2014 VS 2015 Famous Durga Puja Pandals from Bhubaneswar

Durga Puja had always been a major attraction in Odisha, Varied themes and multi-coloured light decorations are all set to make this year’s biggest festive...

Dolo Purnima – Holi Festival of Odisha

Dola Purnima or Holi is a popular festival in the coastal districts of Odisha. It is the full-moon day in the month of...

Dhanu Yatra Festival of Odisha

Dhanu Yatra relating to the episode of Lord Krishna's visit to Mathura to witness the ceremony of 'Bow' organised by Kansa as described...

Makar Sankranti : Most Auspicious Day of Hindus

The traditional Indian Calendar is based on lunar positions but Sankranti is a solar event. So while dates of all Hindu festivals keep changing...

Bisuva Sankranti Festival of Odisha

In India the months and years are counted on the basis of lunar or solar movements. According to the solar system the month...
Bhadrak Kali Puja

Bhadrak Kali Puja : keeps tradition to witness the celebrations

Bhadrak Kali Puja is celebrated in a grand way owing to the presence of Bhadrakali temple. In fact in Bhadrak, Kali Puja is a...

Shivaratri 2015 Date in Odisha

In Odisha Shivaratri will celebrate  on 17th February 2015 (Tuesday). Festival of Maha Shivaratri is celebrated with devotion and enthusiasm in the Odisha. Major centres...

Kartika Purnima Festival of Odisha

The whole month of Kartika (October-November) is considered to be the most sacred among all the twelve months of the year. During this month...

Kartika Brata the Holiest month of Kartik begins in Odisha

Kartika Brata a month long festival started in Odisha. Thousands of devotees especially elderly Odia women and widows from every corner of Odisha are...

Akshyaya Trutiya

This is exclusively an agricultural festival held on the third day of the Hindu year. On this day the farmer ceremonially starts sowing...

Janmashtami Festival of Odisha

The birthday of Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is celebrated as Janmastami. It falls on the eighth day of the...

Durga Puja Festival of Odisha

The cult of Shakti worship in Odisha is prevalent, both in the Tantric and non-Tantric forms, as can be realized from the festivals...

Konark Dance & Music Festival of Odisha

Konark Music and Dance Festival is one of the most rocking festivities of Odisha, celebrated with much gusto and enthusiasm. It usually takes...