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Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj 
Bhai Dooj
Bhai Dooj 


Bhai Dooj (Bhau-Beej/Bhai Tika/Bhai Phonta) is a celebration celebrated by Hindus of the Indian subcontinent, outstandingly India and Nepal, on the second lunar day of Shukla Paksha (splendid fortnight) in the Vikram Samvat Hindu date-book or of Shalivahan Shaka schedule month of Kartika. It is praised amid the Diwali or Tihar celebration.
The festivals of this day are like the celebration of Raksha Bandhan. On this day, siblings get endowments from sisters.

In the southern piece of the nation, the day is commended as Yama Dwitiya.

In Haryana, essentially, an extraordinary custom likewise took after, a dry coconut (named as gola in provincial dialect) with klewa tied along its width for adoring is additionally utilized at the season of doing aarti of your sibling.

The celebration is known as Bhau Dooj:

• Bhai Dooj in the whole Northern piece of India saw amid the Diwali celebration. This is additionally the second day of the Vikrami Samvat New Year, the date-book followed in Northern India (counting Kashmir), which begins from the lunar month of Kārtika. It is broadly celebrated by Awadhis in Uttar Pradesh, Maithils in Bihar and individuals from different other ethnic gatherings. The primary day of this New Year is seen as Govardhan Pūja.

• Bhai Tika in Nepal, where it is the most critical celebration after Dashain (Vijaya Dashmi/Dussehra). Seen on the fifth day of Tihar celebration, it is generally celebrated by the Khas individuals.

• Bhai Phonta in Bengal and it happens each year on the second day after Kali Puja.

• Bhai Bij, Bhau Beej, or Bhav Bij (Marathi) among the Gujarati, Marathi, and Konkani-talking networks in the conditions of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka.

• Another name for the day is Yamadwitheya or Yamadvitiya, after an amazing gathering between Yama the lord of Death and his sister the Yamuna (the renowned waterway) on Dwitheya (the second day after new moon).

• Other names incorporate Bhatru Dviteeya or Bhatri Ditya.

As per a well-known legend in Hindu folklore, subsequent to killing the malevolent devil Narakasura, Lord Krishna visited his sister Subhadra who gave him a warm welcome with desserts and blossoms. She likewise tenderly connected tilaka on Krishna's temple. Some trust this to be the birthplace of the celebration.

Bhai Dooj The function

Upon the arrival of the celebration, sisters welcome their siblings for a luxurious feast frequently including their most loved dishes/desserts. The methodology might be distinctive in Bihar and focal India. The entire function implies the obligation of a sibling to ensure his sister, and also a sister's gifts for her sibling.

Conveying forward the service in customary style, sisters perform aarti for their sibling and apply a red tika on the sibling's temple. This tika function on the event of Bhai Bij means the sister's sincerest supplications for the long and glad existence of her sibling and treat them with blessings. Consequently, siblings favor their sisters and may treat them additionally with endowments or money.

As it is standard in Haryana, Maharashtra to praise the propitious event of Bhau-beej, ladies who don't have a sibling revere the moon god. They apply mehndi to young ladies as their convention.

The sister whose sibling lives far from her and can not go to her home sends her sincerest petitions for the long and glad existence of her sibling through the moon god. She performs aarti for the moon. This is the motivation behind why the offspring of Hindu guardians tenderly call the moon Chandamama (Chanda implies moon and mom implies mother's sibling).

Bhai Dooj The festival

Bhai Phonta in West Bengal is praised with much magnificence. The function is set apart with numerous customs alongside a fantastic devour masterminded the brothers. It is important that both sibling and sister are over 5 years old.

The celebration of Bhai Bij is prominent in Haryana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Goa and is praised with awesome enthusiasm and exhilaration. Siblings and sisters anticipate the event with tremendous eagerness. To add appeal to the event, Bhai Bij blessings are traded among siblings and sisters as a token of adoration and appreciation.

Bhav Bij is a period for family gatherings as all siblings and sisters in the family get together. Close relatives and companions are likewise welcomed to praise the Bhav Bij in numerous families.
Exceptional dishes for the celebration incorporate the Maharashtra sweet called basundi poori or kheerni poori. On this event, sisters offer blessings to their siblings.

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