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Bathukamma 2017 Celebrations, Images, Videos | Telangana State Festival

Bathukamma 2017 celebrations

Bathukamma is the State Festival of Telangana. It is very well known thing for the world. When Telangana movement is ON then Bathukamma is the thing that People have got at one place. Now it is the well-known festival in the country From Telangana Formation Day, Bathukamma festival is taking …

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What is Bathukamma? | Bathukamma Festival 2017

What is Bathukamma

Bathukamma is itself in the name as Bathuku, means Life and Amma, means mother. It means the mother of life. Bathukamma is the form of Goddess Parvathi Devi. This is the very famous festival in Telangana State. Actually, this festival is for women especially. But in the Telangana region, it …

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How Bathukamma becomes Telangana State Festival | Bathukamma Festival 2017

everything about telangana state festival

Bathukamma is the state festival of Telangana. When Telangana is formed the government is released every thing about the state. Telangana has decided the flowers festival Bathukamma is to be festive of  Telangana. Bathukamma is flowers festival. Where people of Telangana can pray for Parvathi Devi in the form of a collection …

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You know what are the Flowers used in Bathukamma???

We believe that the aroma of the Flowers satisfies the divinity. they make a wonderful and tasteful incentive to the pooja custom. they are image of joy, thriving and finish of reason forever.its great to take after the customs effectively like offering right flowers to the god. be that as …

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Bathukamma 9 Days Names | Telangana Festival 2017

Bathukamma 9 days names

9 Days of Bathukamma Festival – Bathukamma festival celebrations on each day, beginning from Pethara Amavasya till the Saddula Bathukamma (Grand Finale of Bathukamma festival) are listed below. Day 1: Bathukamma festival Celebrated as Engili Puvvula Bathukamma It is celebrated on the Pethara Amasa (Mahalaya Amavasya – Bhadrapada Amavasya). Naivedyam, Palaharam for Engili Puvvula …

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