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This is the festival for the brothers and sisters, to sweeten the ties between them. Showcases the love, affection and feeling of brotherhood. The main ritual consists of tying the 'Rakhi' knot on to a brother's wrist. 'Raksha Bandhan' literally means 'Bond of protection' and implies that while the sister prays to God for the well-being and prosperity of her brother, the brother vows to protect her against all the evils of the world and help her in all the problems.

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Of all the festivals celebrated in India, Diwali is by far the most glamorous and important. Enthusiastically enjoyed by people of every religion, its magical and radiant touch creates an atmosphere of joy and festivity. It is a festival of lights symbolizing the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness. Homes are decorated, sweets are distributed by everyone and thousands of lamps lit to create a world of fantasy. use to be between october and november.

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The festival is dedicated to worship the Mother Goddess or Shakti and her nine forms. Is invoked to start the new harvest season and to reactivate the vigor and fertility of the soil. This is done through religious performances and rituals which invoke cosmic forces that are believed to rejuvenate the soil. Is celebrated during the first nine days of the Hindu month of Ashvin (September-October). In Nepal and India is one of the most important festivals o the year.

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