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New Delhi: Today marks the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya, a significant festival in Hindu culture celebrated with great reverence and joy. Known as Akha Teej, Akshaya Tritiya holds special importance as it falls on an ‘abooja muhurat’, a time when any auspicious activity can be conducted without consulting the almanac. According to the Hindu calendar, Akshaya Tritiya is observed on the third day of the bright half of the Vaisakha month.

The term ‘Akshaya’ translates to ‘that which never diminishes’, symbolizing everlasting prosperity and success. On this day, purchasing gold, silver, and other valuables is considered highly auspicious as it is believed to bring continuous growth and prosperity. Devotees also perform worship and seek blessings from Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu for happiness, wealth, and abundance in life.

This year, Akshaya Tritiya holds extraordinary significance as it coincides with the rare and auspicious alignment of planetary yogas such as Gajakesari Yoga, as well as Dhana, Shukra-Aditya, Ravi, Shash, and Sukarma yogas, occurring together after a span of 100 years.

According to ancient scriptures, Akshaya Tritiya marks the beginning of the Treta and Satyuga eras, making it a pivotal moment in Hindu mythology. It is believed that Lord Parashurama, the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, was born on this day. Additionally, sage Ved Vyasa commenced the writing of the epic Mahabharata in collaboration with Lord Ganesha on Akshaya Tritiya.

Observing Akshaya Tritiya, devotees rise early, take a holy bath, and offer prayers to the Sun God. The most auspicious time for purchasing and conducting rituals is from 5:33 AM to 12:18 PM today. Devotees adorn yellow attire, offer prayers, and perform rituals with devotion to seek the blessings of the divine.

While Akshaya Tritiya is traditionally celebrated with fervor and devotion, this year’s unique celestial alignments add to its significance, making it an opportune time for spiritual growth and prosperity.

As devotees partake in the festivities and rituals of Akshaya Tritiya, they seek the blessings of the divine for eternal prosperity and well-being.

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Hanuman Jayanti, the revered Hindu festival commemorating the birth of Lord Hanuman, unfolds with devout celebrations and heartfelt wishes across India. As devotees prepare to honor the mighty deity, customs and rituals vary across regions, each steeped in unique traditions.

Observed amidst the Purnima Tithi, Hanuman Jayanti 2024 holds special significance, with devotees marking auspicious times for performing puja between 10:41 AM to 1:57 PM, 3:35 PM to 5:13 PM, and 8:13 PM to 9:35 PM. The celestial alignment sets the stage for elaborate ceremonies, encompassing prayers, hymn recitations, and offerings to Lord Hanuman.

Throughout the day, devotees express their reverence through heartfelt wishes and sentiments:

  1. “May the blessings of Lord Hanuman bring you strength, courage, and wisdom on this auspicious day. Happy Hanuman Jayanti!”
  2. “May Lord Hanuman guide you through life’s challenges and grant you success and happiness. Wishing you a blessed Hanuman Jayanti!”
  3. “On this Hanuman Jayanti, may you be blessed with the devotion and dedication of Lord Hanuman. May his spirit inspire you to achieve greatness.”
  4. “Sending you warm wishes for Hanuman Jayanti. May this day bring you joy, prosperity, and harmony in your life.”
  5. “Wishing you a joyful Hanuman Jayanti filled with devotion and spiritual growth. May Lord Hanuman’s blessings always be with you and your loved ones.”

Lord Hanuman, revered for his extraordinary strength and unwavering devotion, holds various epithets, including Maruti Nandan, Bajrangbali, Pawan Putra, Veer Hanuman, Sundar, and Sankat Mochan. His divine presence is believed to offer solace and support to devotees, inspiring them to surmount obstacles with courage and determination.

As devotees engage in acts of charity and kindness, Hanuman Jayanti serves as a reminder of the power of faith and the enduring legacy of Lord Hanuman. Amidst the festivities, communities unite in reverence, fostering a spirit of harmony and devotion that transcends boundaries.

With prayers and offerings resonating across the land, Hanuman Jayanti 2024 stands as a testament to the timeless reverence for Lord Hanuman and the enduring values he embodies.

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As Hindus around the world prepare to celebrate the auspicious occasion of Ram Navami, a festival commemorating the birth anniversary of Lord Rama, the air is filled with devotion, prayers, and joy. Ram Navami holds profound significance in Hindu mythology, symbolizing the embodiment of righteousness and goodness through Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

Observed on the ninth day of the bright half of the Hindu lunisolar Chaitra month, corresponding to March or April on the Gregorian calendar, this year’s Ram Navami falls on April 17. Devotees mark this sacred day with fasting, special prayers, puja, and recitations from the epic Ramayana. Additionally, many may pilgrimage to the newly inaugurated Ram temple in Ayodhya, adding fervor to the celebrations.

To enhance the festive spirit and share blessings with loved ones, here are some heartfelt WhatsApp messages, images, and more:

  1. May this Ram Navami bring all the goodness and peace into your life. Enjoy this holy occasion with family and friends!
  2. On this auspicious day of Ram Navami, may Lord Ram bless you with happiness, prosperity, and illuminate your path towards success.
  3. Let the joyous spirit of Ram Navami brighten your days ahead. May you and your family cherish this beautiful festival. Happy Ram Navami!
  4. Happy Ram Navami! May you be blessed with the divine blessings of Lord Ram. May your heart and home be filled with happiness, peace, and prosperity.
  5. Wishing you a joyous Ram Navami filled with blessings, peace, and prosperity. May Lord Ram guide you on the path of righteousness.
  6. Celebrate the spirit of Ram Navami with enthusiasm and joy. May this festival bring you blessings and love. Happy Ram Navami!
  7. May the divine grace of Lord Rama always be with you. Wish you a very joyous and peaceful Ram Navami.
  8. May the holy chants of Lord Rama’s name fill your life with eternal bliss and peace. Wishing you a very Happy Ram Navami!
  9. On the auspicious day of Ram Navami, may Lord Rama bless you with strength and courage to follow the path of virtue and righteousness. Warm greetings to you and your family!
  10. Let’s revere Lord Rama, who was an embodiment of righteousness. May his divine grace enlighten your life and protect you always. Happy Ram Navami!

As devotees unite in reverence and celebration, may the spirit of Ram Navami illuminate hearts with divine blessings and joyous festivities.

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As the auspicious Hindu festival of Ugadi approaches, communities across India are gearing up to welcome the New Year with immense joy and enthusiasm. Scheduled to be celebrated on Tuesday, April 9, Ugadi holds a special place in the hearts of people in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Goa, marking the onset of a new chapter filled with hope, positivity, and prosperity.

Ugadi, also known as Yugadi, signifies the Hindu New Year, symbolizing a new beginning and the creation of the universe by Lord Brahma, according to Hindu mythology. It is a time for reflection, gratitude, and anticipation of the blessings that the coming year will bring.

In Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka, Ugadi is celebrated with traditional fervor, while in Maharashtra and Goa, it is observed as Gudi Padwa. The festival holds deep cultural and religious significance, signifying the commencement of Navratri, a nine-day celebration honoring the nine forms of Goddess Durga and the creation of mankind.

To convey heartfelt wishes and blessings to loved ones on this joyous occasion, individuals are sharing messages, greetings, and images on various social media platforms such as Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram. Here are some special wishes and messages to spread joy and positivity:

  1. “May this Ugadi mark the beginning of a new chapter filled with positivity and success for you. Happy Ugadi!”
  2. “Wishing you a joyous and blessed Ugadi! May the new year bring you endless opportunities and abundant joy.”
  3. “May this year clear all darkness from your path and help you attain success. Happy Ugadi.”
  4. “May this Ugadi fill your life with happiness, prosperity, and success. Happy Ugadi!”
  5. “On this auspicious occasion of Ugadi, may your dreams blossom and your goals be fulfilled. Happy Ugadi!”
  6. “May the divine blessings of the new year bring you peace, prosperity, and good fortune. Happy Ugadi!”
  7. “Here’s to a Ugadi filled with the melody of laughter, the rhythm of joy, and the harmony of love.”
  8. “As you celebrate Ugadi, may your heart be filled with contentment and your home with abundance. Happy Ugadi!”
  9. “May the vibrant colors of Ugadi fill your life with brightness and positivity. Wishing you a Happy Ugadi!”
  10. “On this auspicious occasion of Ugadi, may your life be filled with laughter, love, and new beginnings. Happy Ugadi!”

With these heartfelt wishes and messages, individuals are spreading joy and positivity as they celebrate the vibrant festival of Ugadi, embracing new beginnings and looking forward to a year filled with prosperity and happiness.

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As the much-anticipated Hindu festival of Makar Sankranti approaches, enthusiasts across India are gearing up to honor Lord Surya, the Sun God, and observe the sun’s transition into the northern hemisphere. This auspicious occasion, known by various names such as Sankranthi, Maghi, Pongal, Khichdi, and Uttarayanan in different regions, marks the commencement of the harvest season.

In anticipation of the festivities on Monday, January 15, here is a curated collection of heartfelt wishes, vibrant images, and greetings to share with friends and family:

Warm Wishes for Makar Sankranti 2024:

  • “May your life be illuminated with the brightness of happiness and the warmth of success as the sun transitions. Happy Makar Sankranti!”
  • “May the sweetness of til-gul and the warmth of the sun bring abundant happiness and success to you. Happy Makar Sankranti!”
  • “May the kites of your dreams soar high, and the harvest of joy be plentiful. Have a wonderful Makar Sankranti!”
  • “Wishing you a joyful Makar Sankranti! May the sun bless you with warmth and prosperity.”
  • “On this auspicious day, may the sun radiate peace, prosperity, and happiness in your life. Happy Makar Sankranti!”
  • “Wishing you and your family a delightful Makar Sankranti. May the kites of your dreams soar high!”
  • “As the kites fill the sky, may your aspirations take flight. Wishing you a Happy Makar Sankranti!”
  • “May this Makar Sankranti shower you with everything you have wished for. May there be no trace of sorrow in your life. Happy Makar Sankranti!”
  • “Sending you my heartfelt wishes for a bountiful harvest of love and joy. Happy Makar Sankranti!”
  • “Wishing you a blessed Makar Sankranti. May the bright colors of kites paint this day with smiles and joy for you and your loved ones.”
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New Delhi: As the festival of Lohri approaches, families and friends gear up to celebrate the joyous occasion, marking the onset of the harvest season and the ripening of winter crops. This year, confusion arose regarding the date of Lohri, with debates on whether it falls on January 13 or 14. However, as per Drik Panchang, Lohri will be celebrated on Sunday, January 14, 2024, followed by Makar Sankranti on January 15, 2024.

Here are some warm wishes, quotes, and messages to share with your loved ones on this festive occasion:

  1. “May the Lohri hearth burn all of the evils for your lifestyles and produce you happiness, love, and advantages. Happy Lohri!”
  2. “May the festival of Lohri bathe you and your family with happiness and success. I know you want to lose weight but enjoy the sweetness of gur, gajak, and rewri without any guilt.”
  3. “Like the crackling flames, may your spirit bounce towards achievement and happiness. Happy Lohri!”
  4. “Wishing you a Lohri packed with good health, prosperity, and joy. May the chocolates be ample, and the celebrations colorful!”
  5. “Hope that this new harvest season lights up your life and brings a bright smile to your face. Wishing you and your dearest ones a very happy Lohri.”
  6. “As the fire of Lohri burns bright, may it light up your life with love and positivity. Happy celebrations!”
  7. “Spread the message of happiness and peace of Lohri all around. Hope your day is full of excitement and joy. I wish you all a very happy Lohri.”
  8. “From humble beginnings to fiery celebrations, Lohri reminds us that hope always ignites. May this year be your brightest yet, fueled by the warmth of loved ones. Happy Lohri!”
  9. “On the occasion of this vibrant festival, I hope that you connect with your family, friends, and relatives to have the most memorable and awesome celebrations on Lohri.”
  10. “Wishing you a harvest of good times and a year filled with moments to cherish. Happy Lohri!”

As families come together around the Lohri bonfire, these messages aim to add an extra touch of warmth and joy to the festive celebrations. Happy Lohri to all!

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New Delhi: Lord Rama’s consecration program will be organized in Ayodhya on 22 January. For this, major preparations are going on across the country. In Solapur district of Maharashtra also a unique initiative ‘Weaving threads for Lord Shri Ram’ from 8 am to 8 pm daily for Ram devotees from 5 January to 12 January 2024 from the concept of Shri Panchmukhi Hanuman Devasthanam and Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari Solapur Its going on.

The head of this program Shri. Ambadas Nakka ji said that under this initiative, every Ram devotee is getting the service and opportunity to weave two threads on a handloom. As soon as the woven cloth will be offered at the feet of Lord Shri Ram, many Ram devotees in Solapur are seen weaving this cloth with enthusiasm and devotion. To weave this garment, Solapurkar is seen gathering a huge crowd at Shri Panchmukhi Hanuman Devasthanam from 8 am in the morning.

Shri. Satyanarayan Gurram ji said that the Mangal Akshat Kalash from Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Ramchandra, has been made available for the darshan of the devotees for the last fifteen days. A grand procession of Mangal Akshat Kalash was taken out in the temple premises. Just as we invite guests from door to door on auspicious occasions in our house, similarly Suvasini and Ram devotees wish them a joyous festival of Deepotsav on that day by applying Haldi Kunku along with Mangala Akshat, Lord Shri Ram Murti Pranapratishthapana Invitation Card with temple replica. Are invited to celebrate.

Pro. Ganesh Channa ji said that many Ram devotees of Solapur are seen weaving this cloth with enthusiasm and devotion and are saying that they too are getting the opportunity to serve and worship Lord Shri Ram.

Shri. Pandit Birajdar ji told that today at 6 pm on Sunday, Ram devotees have organized a program of worship of clothes woven on handloom at Panchmukhi Hanuman Devasthan.

On this occasion, correspondent of The Parliament News Shrikant Gote, Shri. Vikramsingh Byas and Vinil Kongari and all the Ram devotees were present.

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Guru Nanak Jayanti, also called Gurpurab, is a happy time for the Sikhs. We celebrate it to remember Guru Nanak Dev, who started the Sikh religion. This special day is on Monday, November 27, this year. People all over the world, especially Sikhs, celebrate it with love.

About Guru Nanak Dev: Guru Nanak Dev was born in 1469 in a village, now called Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. He was the first Sikh guru. He traveled to many places, teaching people about being equal and kind to everyone. His words are in the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of Sikhs.

Why Guru Nanak Jayanti is Important: We celebrate Guru Nanak Jayanti on the full moon day of Kartik month. It’s also called Kartik Purnima. People read the Guru Granth Sahib all day to follow Guru Nanak’s teachings. Two days before the special day, there are early morning processions with singing. A parade with a Sikh flag happens a day before.

What Happens on Guru Nanak Jayanti: On this day, prayers happen all day in Sikh temples called Gurdwaras. People also enjoy a special meal called langar together. It’s a happy time where everyone is equal. They also eat a special sweet called kada prasad.

Guru Nanak’s Messages: Guru Nanak taught that everyone is connected, and we should be kind to each other. His words in the Guru Granth Sahib tell us to treat everyone equally. Guru Nanak Jayanti is a time to remember these teachings and be happy together.

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Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of the most important Hindu festivals celebrated around the world. It is a time to celebrate the victory of good over evil and the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana. Diwali is also a time to worship Goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity.

Lakshmi Pujan is the most important ritual performed on Diwali. It is a special ceremony performed to worship Goddess Lakshmi and pray for her blessings. Lakshmi Pujan is typically performed on the evening of Diwali, during the Pradosh Kaal, which is the twilight period between sunset and sunrise.

To prepare for Lakshmi Pujan, people clean their homes and decorate them with lights, flowers, and rangoli. They also set up a special altar for Goddess Lakshmi, which is typically decorated with a statue or image of the goddess, flowers, fruits, and sweets.

On the day of Lakshmi Pujan, people take a holy bath and wear new clothes. They then gather around the altar and perform the puja ceremony. The puja typically begins with an invocation of Lord Ganesha, the remover of obstacles. After Ganesha Puja, people offer prayers and offerings to Goddess Lakshmi.

The offerings to Goddess Lakshmi typically include flowers, fruits, sweets, and coins. People also offer her a special dish called kheer, which is a sweet rice pudding. After the offerings are made, people recite mantras and prayers to Goddess Lakshmi and pray for her blessings.

At the end of the puja, people distribute the prasad, or sanctified food, to everyone present. They also exchange gifts and greetings with their loved ones.

Lakshmi Pujan 2023: Muhurat and Significance

Lakshmi Pujan 2023 will be performed on November 12th, 2023. The muhurat for Lakshmi Pujan 2023 is from 5:39 PM to 7:35 PM.

Lakshmi Pujan is a significant ritual because it is a time to worship Goddess Lakshmi and pray for her blessings. Goddess Lakshmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity. She is also known as the goddess of good luck and fortune. By performing Lakshmi Pujan, people hope to attract her blessings and bring wealth, prosperity, and good luck into their lives.

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New Delhi : Deepavali or Diwali (दिवाली), also known as the festival of lights, stands as one of India’s most pivotal celebrations. Signifying the victory of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and light over darkness, Diwali holds immense cultural and spiritual significance for Hindus. This festival is observed on the Amavasya, the new moon night, of the Kartika month in the Hindu calendar.

Deepavali serves as a unifying occasion for Hindus, fostering a sense of community and allowing them to revel in their faith, culture, and heritage. Beyond its festive charm, Diwali provides a profound opportunity for introspection, urging individuals to contemplate the triumph of virtue over vice. It prompts a recommitment to leading a virtuous life and upholding the values of goodness and righteousness.

The auspicious Hindu festival of Diwali spans five days, beginning with Dhanteras on November 10, which falls on a Friday, and concluding with Bhai Dooj on November 15, which lands on a Wednesday this year. Celebrated globally, Diwali aligns with the new moon of the Kartik month and is eagerly anticipated by both young and old, with preparations commencing well in advance.

In 2023, Diwali will be celebrated on Sunday, November 12. This day holds deep significance as it marks Lord Ram, Sita, and Lakshman’s return to their homeland in Ayodhya after a fourteen-year exile and the defeat of the demon king, Ravana. To commemorate their king’s homecoming, the residents of Ayodhya illuminated the entire kingdom with earthen lamps, set off firecrackers, and adorned their homes.

Dhanteras (November 10, 2023):

  • Dhanteras marks the commencement of the Diwali festival, falling on the 13th day of the dark fortnight in the Kartika month.
  • On this day, people prepare their homes and businesses, deeming it an auspicious time for purchasing gold, silver, or other valuable items.
  • Devotees illuminate lamps and offer prayers to Lord Dhanvantari, the god of Ayurveda and healing, seeking good health.
  • Many also revere Goddess Lakshmi, the deity of wealth, in elaborate evening ceremonies, lighting rows of lamps to welcome her into their homes.

Naraka Chaturdasi (Choti Diwali – November 11, 2023):

  • Naraka Chaturdasi, known as Choti Diwali, falls on the 14th day of the dark fortnight in the Kartika month.
  • It commemorates the triumph of Lord Krishna over the demon Narakasura, symbolizing the victory of good over evil.
  • People rise early, take oil baths, don new attire, and adorn their homes with rangoli (colorful designs) and oil lamps.
  • It’s a day for physical and spiritual purification.

Lakshmi Puja (November 12, 2023):

  • The most significant day of Diwali, Lakshmi Puja, occurs on the third day of the festival.
  • Devotees pay homage to Goddess Lakshmi, the deity of wealth and prosperity, seeking her blessings for a thriving year.
  • Elaborate pujas (prayer ceremonies) are conducted, and homes are aglow with lamps, candles, and decorative lights.
  • Believers hold that a clean, well-lit home welcomes Goddess Lakshmi, ushering in wealth and fortune.

Govardhan Puja (Annakut – November 13, 2023):

  • Govardhan Puja, also referred to as Annakut, falls on the fourth day of Diwali.
  • It pays tribute to Lord Krishna, who lifted the Govardhan Hill to protect Vrindavan’s residents from Lord Indra’s torrential rain.
  • Devotees arrange an array of food offerings, including sweets, dishes, and fruits, for Lord Krishna.
  • Temples host grand Annakut celebrations, attracting visitors eager to witness the extravagant food presentations.

Bhai Dooj (November 14, 2023):

  • Bhai Dooj, also known as Bhau-Beej or Yama Dwitiya, is observed on the fifth and final day of Diwali.
  • This day celebrates the sibling bond, as sisters pray for their brothers’ well-being and longevity.
  • Brothers, in turn, offer gifts as tokens of their love and protection.
  • The festival deepens emotional and familial connections among siblings.
  • These five days of Diwali, commencing on November 10, 2023, are a time of celebration, reflection, worship, and joy, symbolizing diverse aspects of life and spirituality. Families unite, share meals, exchange gifts, and seek blessings for a prosperous and harmonious future.

Certainly! Here are some Diwali wishes, messages, and quotes that you can use to convey your warm wishes during the festival of lights:

Diwali Wishes:

  1. Wishing you a Diwali filled with light and joy!
  2. May your life be as colorful and sparkling as the lights of Diwali.
  3. Wishing you a prosperous and joyous Diwali.
  4. May the festival of lights bring happiness and prosperity to your life.
  5. Let the light of Diwali illuminate your path to success and happiness.

Diwali Messages:

  1. May the divine light of Diwali bring peace and happiness to your home.
  2. Wishing you a Diwali that’s as sweet as your favorite sweets.
  3. May the fireworks of Diwali light up your life with joy and success.
  4. Let’s celebrate the victory of light over darkness and good over evil.
  5. Diwali is the perfect time to create special memories with your loved ones.

Diwali Quotes:

  1. “May the beauty of Diwali fill your home with happiness.” – Unknown
  2. “As you celebrate Diwali, may you be blessed with good fortune and success.” – Unknown
  3. “Wishing you a Diwali full of love and laughter.” – Unknown
  4. “The festival of lights is a time for family, friends, and fireworks.” – Unknown
  5. “Let us light up Diwali with positivity and good deeds.” – Unknown

Diwali Greetings:

  1. Wishing you and your family a Diwali filled with love, joy, and prosperity.
  2. May the warmth of Diwali fill your heart with love and happiness.
  3. Sending you my heartfelt wishes for a bright and joyful Diwali.
  4. May the blessings of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi be with you this Diwali.
  5. May the festival of Diwali bring peace and harmony to your life and home.

Diwali Card Messages:

  1. “Wishing you a Diwali that’s as bright as the candles on the diyas.”
  2. “May your life be as colorful and vibrant as the rangoli.”
  3. “Let’s make this Diwali a memorable one with love and light.”
  4. “Sending you the warmest Diwali wishes and a year filled with success.”
  5. “May your Diwali be as sweet as the mithai you enjoy.”

Religious Diwali Messages:

  1. “May this Diwali light up your spiritual path and lead you to inner peace.”
  2. “On Diwali, may you receive the blessings of Lord Ram for a life filled with righteousness.”
  3. “Let the light of Diwali remove the darkness of ignorance from our lives.”
  4. “Wishing you a Diwali full of devotion and enlightenment.”
  5. “May this Diwali bring you closer to the divine and grant you wisdom and strength.”

Feel free to use these wishes, messages, and quotes to convey your warm greetings and best wishes to your friends and family during the Diwali festival.

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