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Raas Utsav @ Santipur_2013

Published November 23rd, 2013

Rasa is derived from the Sanskrit word Rasah which is regarded as systhesis of human life. Once Srikrishna along with his consort Radha suddenly did the Raslila. It was on the second full-moon right after the Durga puja and on the bank of the moonlit Yamuna. Since then all the Vaishnabas are celebrating the Rasa. It was observed with other rituals. No special mention of the same was introduced. Mathuresh, the grandson of Adwaitacharya, first introduced the festival of Rasa at Santipur. It was Perhaps at the end of the sixteenth century or in the early yearly years of the seventeenth century. He brought 'Dolgobinda' from Jessore and renamed him as Radharaman and established the Baragoswami Bati as a separated clan. He has a good number of disciples both in the Brahmin and non-brahmin sect. He insisted them to have Rasa as a special festivity. All the owners of the Bigrahas built their own Rasamandir for their own Bigraha or deity. Rasajatra festival for the deities are observed for four ...

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Pitru Paksha

Published October 9th, 2013

Pitru Paksha (Sanskrit: पितृ पक्ष), also spelt as Pitr paksha or Pitri paksha, (literally "fortnight of the ancestors") is a 16–lunar day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors (Pitrs), especially through food offerings. The period is also known as Pitru Pakshya, Pitri Pokkho, Sola Shraddha ("sixteen shraddhas"), Kanagat, Jitiya, Mahalaya Paksha and Apara paksha.

Pitru Paksha is considered by Hindus to be inauspicious, given the death rite performed during the ceremony, known as Shraddha or tarpan. In southern and western India, it falls in the Hindu lunar month of Bhadrapada (September–October), beginning with the full moon day (Purnima) that occurs immediately after the Ganesh festival and ending with the new moon day known as Sarvapitri amavasya, Mahalaya amavasya or simply Mahalaya. The autumnal equinox falls within this period, i.e. the Sun transitions from the northern to the southern hemisphere during this period. In North India and Nepal, this period corresponds to t ...

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Child Labor , A big problem of our society

Published October 5th, 2013

"Out of school children comprise the workers and non workers. In our view they together signify a measure of deprivation among children and can be considered as a potential labour pool always being at the risk of entering the labour force" - NCEUS, 2007

India is sadly the home to the largest number of child labourers in the world. The census found an increase in the number of child labourers from 11.28 million in 1991 to 12.59 million in 2001. M.V. Foundation in Andhra Pradesh found nearly 400,000 children, mostly girls between seven and 14 years of age, toiling for 14-16 hours a day in cottonseed production across the country of which 90% are employed in Andhra Pradesh.Child Labour in India 40% of the labour in a precious stone cutting sector is children. NGOs have discovered the use of child labourers in mining industry in Bellary District in Karnataka in spite of a harsh ban on the same. In urban areas there is a high employment of children in the zari and embroidery industry.

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