- The day marks the birth of Lord Rama, 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
- Procession accompanied by playing with colors, Panakam ( a sweet drink) preparation.
- Celebrated on 9th day of Chaitra ( Hindu calendar month) (March- April).
- A Hindu festival to pay homage to the elephant headed God Ganesha.
- Well decorated pandals house clay idols of Lord Ganesha for 10 days.
- Coconuts, sweets and red flowers are offered by priests to devotees.
- Celebrated between August and September.
- Observed to remember both Maa Durga’s triumph over demon Mahisasura and victory of Lord Rama over demon Ravana.
- Burning an effigy of Ravana, surpasses all other rituals of this Hindu festival
- Celebrated in end September or October.
- 21 teak wood pillars or ‘Lathas’ and 42 ‘mandaps’ are constructed infront of Balaji Temple, Deulgaon.
- 11 days later, during ‘Lalit’ these pillars are allowed to fall down.
- Latha Mandapotsav- A day prior to ‘Dasara’.
-‘Lalit’- 10 days past ‘Dasara’.
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