Happy Pola 2021

Pola is a traditional popular festival which is celebrated in India.This festival is celebrated in religious and cultural view.This is an traditional Hindu festival majorly celebrated in the state of Maharashtra.This festival is basically celebrated in rural areas of Maharashtra.This festival had annual frequency.

happy pola status
happy pola status

This festival had a grand celebration in rural areas.This festival is celebrated in the month of ‘Shravana’ of the last day of the pithori amavasya (as it is according to Hindu calendar). This festival is celebrated (according to Gregorian calendar) in the month of August/September.On this day , this is consider day off for the general population such as educational institutions etc.

Pola festival is celebrated for the agricultural fields.This festival is celebrated in the honor of the primary sector.This festival mainly celebrated by the farmers.This festival is celebrated in which farmers and their families thanks their bulls and cows to make their Agricultural work easy and good.

This day is a break for the farmers and their bulls working in agricultural fields.This day is celebrated to honor and define the prosperity of bulls , cows and oxen in our life.With their help , the primary sector is able to trade and work in agricultural fields.This day is celebrated to praise the bulls , cows and oxen for their work and love for us.

Pola had great significance and importance in the life of farmers.This festival defines the job of hard work by the farmers and their pets (cows , bulls and oxen )for the people of the world.People begin their preparation for pola before two or three days.This day and festival is dedicated to the bulls and oxen.

On this day , people make their bulls and oxen clean by preferring them to bathe , oiling their horns and shedding their house etc.Not only with honor , this festival leads to celebration and decoration too.On this day , people clean their house and making rangoli outside their house , practicing ‘Toran’ at their main doors and lighting their house and fields with the lamps , lights and divyas (deepak).

On this day , with worshiping god people take the blessings of Bulls.On these days , people visit the rural areas to celebrate this festival with their people (such as family , friends). This day defines the prosperity and enrichment of rural areas such as villages.On this day , small organizing took place.

On this day , people prepare pooja thali in which flowers , kumkum , water , ghee and sweets are involved.With this pooja thali , people offer prayers to the bull and cows.This day defines the selfless work of the pets (cows , bulls and oxen) for us.On this day , people take blessings of Bull by touching their feet and admiring their hand on their (bulls) head.

On this festive occasion , bulls were treated in extra special form as they cleaned them , painted their horns and them too (bulls , cows and oxen) , and considered new ropes in exchange for old ones.On this day , they serve better food from the normal days such as jawar , grass , wheat and lentils in better form.

This festival is also celebrated in Madhya Pradesh , Chhattisgarh , some parts of Telangana.On this day , with the decorations of outer world and houses , farmers consider decoration to their bulls with clothes etc.This is a day to respect the farmers and bulls , cows.

This festival is considered an auspicious festival by the farmers.On this day , with the celebration , decoration of delicious food is cooked.People invite their dear ones to their house for lunch and dinner.And celebrate this festival together.Pola is considered as a festival of farmers.On this day , special happiness and glow mong the farmers and their families.

This festival marks the ending of Monsoon.This festival gives new hope , new spirit and new joy to the farmers.On this day , farmers and their families wear new traditional cloth, ornaments and shawls.This day brings happiness , joy and peace in the life of farmers and their families.On this day , people in phase of India celebrate this festival with different means in different manner.

Farmers celebrate this festival as a crop season.On this day , events such as folk dance and music are rhymed by the people to make their festival more exciting and special.This festival mainly originated from the Marathi’s community.On these days , bulls do not work , they take rest or at holiday.

People in the southern part celebrated this pongal as ‘Mattu Pongal’ and Godhan in the northern and western part of India.On this day , people free their bulls , cows and oxen for the extra hours.On this day , night is sparkling with celebration and fun of people.Every year farmer awaited this festival.

On this day , many people perform this festival as a festival of humanity by helping the poor and needy , or making donations in charities with an aspect to make the festival good and lighted.On this day , local art and artists get previlage and in demand form.On this day , people prefer openings , purchasing and adoption of new bulls , cows and oxen.

Pola is a unique and different festival of Maharashtra.On this day , people greet each other with gifts and blessings.On this day , people wake up early and start celebrating their festival known as Pola.On this day , many competitions, parades also took place.On this day , we pay the bulls and cows for their work in form of love and concern.

These days , people visit Maharashtra. These festivals attract the tourists in India.On this day , people consider their bull as the incarnation of lord Shiva.This festival is known as ‘Hareli’ in Chhattisgarh.On these days , fairs are organized in which locality and traditionalism of Maharashtra is seen.

In India festivals are celebrated with a great pomp and shower but have a belief , story and reason behind it.These festivals define the prosperity of India and their people.On this day , people worship their sand of agricultural fields too.Thee festival defines unique and happy Indian culture.

In 2020 , this festival would be celebrated on ’19th of August’ on Wednesday.

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