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Sabitri Brata 2016 date in Odisha | Tithi | Puja Process...

Sabitri Brata in Odisha Date is 4th June 2016 Amavasya Tithi Begins = 11:49 on 4/Jun/2016 Amavasya Tithi Ends = 08:29 on 5/Jun/2016 Sabitri Brata is observed...

Chandan Yatra from Akshaya Tritiya – Beginning of Rath Yatra

Chandan Yatra Starts from today (Akshaya Tritiya). This auspicious day also marks the beginning of the construction of the Rathas (Chariots of Maha Prabhu). Chandan Yatra...

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...

Debasnana Purnima – Snana Yatra

Debasnana Purnima or Snana Yatra is exclusively a festival of Lord Jagannath and is said to be one of the oldest. According to...

Ashokastami Festival of Odisha

Ashokastami is one of the important festivals dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakti, the mother Goddess. Ashokastami is celebrated in Eastern India...

Odisha celebrates Pana Sankranti and Odia New Year

Pana Sankranti or Bisuba Sankranti in odisha celebrated as Odia New Year. Pana Sankranti 2017 date is 14th April. In Odisha, Bisuba Sankranti or Pana...

Kumara Purnima Festival of Odisha

Kumara Purnima is celebrated across Odisha by unmarried girls who long for a good life partner. During this festival, spinsters known as 'Kumari', get up...

Ganesh Puja

The day dedicated to the worship of Ganesha, the elephant-headed son of Shiva is known as Ganesha Chaturthi which is the fourth day...

Kali Puja 2013 in Odisha

Kali Puja / Diwali 2013 in Odisha Date is 3rd Novenber 2013 Kali Puja is a Odia festival dedicated to the Goddess Kali. Kali Puja...

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...

Kalinga Mahotsav

When people celebrate their heritages and ways of life, the spirit of revelry crosses languages, continents and cultures. And the Kalinga Mahotsav at...

Sitala Shashti Festival of Odisha

This particular festival strictly prevalent among the Brahmins of Odisha is generally observed in Brahmin villages, popularly known as Sasans or in towns...

Chaitra Parba Festival of Odisha

The Chaitra Parva Chhau Festival is a significant festival for the people of Odisha, which continues for three successive days. It is observed...

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...

Holi 2014 in Odisha

In Odisha holi will celibrate 17th March (Monday). In some places, the new Oriya Panchang or almanac is read after the swing festival. In...

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...

5 Festivals Only Celebrated in Odisha

We at Odisha celebrate 13 big festivals in the 12 months of a year. However, some of the festivals are only celebrated with pump...

Rajarani Music Festival

Celestial music, sublime surroundings and soothing climes of late winter-soul traverses to an elevated sphere leaving you utterly relaxed. Holidays are made with...