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Gods give their special weapons to Parvati and she takes the form of ten-armed Durga.In the ultimate fight, Durga vanquishes Mahisasur and puts an end to his oppression. Usually, a popular actress or dancer takes the role of the goddess.The story is enacted with much singing and dancing of the classical variety.The gods in their godly attire and glittering crowns look imposing.The Buddhist calendar and the traditional lunisolar calendars of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Thailand are also based on an older version of the Hindu calendar.Similarly, the ancient Jainism traditions have followed the same lunisolar system as the Hindu calendar for festivals, texts and inscriptions.Much before the sunrise Sanskrit chant of litany “Ya devi sarvabhuteshu ..namastutey .namastutey.. In earlier times when All India Radio was the only electronic media people used to sit around a radio set to hear the chant.These days when the TV has taken over each and every home, more than one channels telecast the Mahalaya story.

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For each Skype users, you can check what the person is looking for : contact requests, chat messages, microphone calls or skype cam.and nearly 365 solar days, the Hindu calendar maintains the integrity of the lunar month, but insert an extra full month by complex rules, every few years, to ensure that the festivals and crop-related rituals fall in the appropriate season.The Hindu calendars have been in use in the Indian subcontinent since ancient times, and remains in use by the Hindus in India and Nepal particularly to set the Hindu festival dates such as Holi, Maha Shivaratri, Vaisakhi, Raksha Bandhan, Pongal, Onam, Krishna Janmashtami, Durga Puja, Ramlila, Vishu and Diwali.On other mornings, I wake the children of my Children’s Home from their sleep.

On the Mahalaya morning, it is they who wake me up with their ‘demonlike’ running around.

Of the various regional calendars, the most studied and known Hindu calendars are the Vikrami calendar (Bikrami) found in northern, western and central regions of the Indian subcontinent, Tamil calendar found in the south, and the Bengali calendar found in the east – all of which emphasize the lunar cycle, their new year starts in spring, with their heritage dating back to 1st millennium BCE.