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[quote name='Scrooge' timestamp='1380853920' post='1304347494']
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why ?? miss avuthunnanduka or state vidipoyinanduka
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[b] History of Bathukamma festival[/b]
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Posted by [b]Loki Chakraborty[/b] [color=#CCCCCC]|[/color] [url="http://timesofhindu.com/history-of-bathukamma-festival/#comments"]2 comments[/url][/size][/font][/color][color=#333333][font=Ubuntu, Arial, sans-serif][size=3]
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According to the Hindu religious scholars and pundits, once upon a time there was a King named Dharmangada who belonged to the Chola Dynasty. This particular king largely ruled over South India. His wife gave birth to a girl child after many years of rituals and prayer. She was named as Princess Lakshmi.[/size][/color][color=black][size=4]
During Baby Lakshmi brought up she survived many unforeseen accidents and incidents in life. The parents felt life and death while bring up their only child. Later they named their daughter as Bathukamma. According to the Telugu language, Bathuku means life and Amma means a female names and mother.[/size][/color][color=black][size=4]
Then on this particular Bathukamma festival is grandly celebrated by young girls in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh in India. The main purpose of this particular festival is to pray with devotion to the Goddess in the strong belief that all young girls would get their beloved husbands as per their desire and wish soon.[/size][/color][color=black][size=4]
On the other hand, married women along with their household friends and relatives celebrate this festival in order to pray to the Goddess for prosperity and good health of their family. This particular festival is primarily celebrated by unmarried young girls who are in the marriageable age. On the other hand men folks along with their wife’s and other family members, relatives and friends help in the gathering of flowers and floral arrangement of a beautiful flower stack during the festival season.[/size][/color][color=black][size=4]
This festival is plays a vital role in the culture and tradition of telangana region of Andhra Pradesh. Every year, Bathukamma festival is eagerly looked forward by the Hindu religious people.[/size][/color][/size][/font][/color]
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[quote name='Matrix_009' timestamp='1380852750' post='1304347452']
JAI TELENGANA bl@st bl@st bl@st bl@st
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1st piclo oka paapa n 2nd piclo oka pappa yummy unnarau...details pm plz... H&T@ H&T@
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[quote name='Nissan' timestamp='1380859625' post='1304347965']
[b] History of Bathukamma festival[/b]

[color=#999999][font=Ubuntu, Arial, sans-serif][size=3]Posted by [b]Loki Chakraborty[/b] [color=#CCCCCC]|[/color] [url="http://timesofhindu.com/history-of-bathukamma-festival/#comments"]2 comments[/url][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#333333][font=Ubuntu, Arial, sans-serif][size=3][color=black][size=4]According to the Hindu religious scholars and pundits, once upon a time there was a King named Dharmangada who belonged to the Chola Dynasty. This particular king largely ruled over South India. His wife gave birth to a girl child after many years of rituals and prayer. She was named as Princess Lakshmi.[/size][/color]
[color=black][size=4]During Baby Lakshmi brought up she survived many unforeseen accidents and incidents in life. The parents felt life and death while bring up their only child. Later they named their daughter as Bathukamma. According to the Telugu language, Bathuku means life and Amma means a female names and mother.[/size][/color]
[color=black][size=4]Then on this particular Bathukamma festival is grandly celebrated by young girls in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh in India. The main purpose of this particular festival is to pray with devotion to the Goddess in the strong belief that all young girls would get their beloved husbands as per their desire and wish soon.[/size][/color]
[color=black][size=4]On the other hand, married women along with their household friends and relatives celebrate this festival in order to pray to the Goddess for prosperity and good health of their family. This particular festival is primarily celebrated by unmarried young girls who are in the marriageable age. On the other hand men folks along with their wife’s and other family members, relatives and friends help in the gathering of flowers and floral arrangement of a beautiful flower stack during the festival season.[/size][/color]
[color=black][size=4]This festival is plays a vital role in the culture and tradition of telangana region of Andhra Pradesh. Every year, Bathukamma festival is eagerly looked forward by the Hindu religious people.[/size][/color][/size][/font][/color]
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[quote name='idiBeZaWaDa' timestamp='1380862040' post='1304348214']
1st piclo oka paapa n 2nd piclo oka pappa yummy unnarau...details pm plz... H&T@ H&T@
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[quote name='Alexander' timestamp='1380868451' post='1304348556']
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endi vayya..gudiki velli eppudu site kottale...idi ante..[img]https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Q4W4gLTIknk/UcO4LboibfI/AAAAAAAAAN0/qHxoXU6CzTk/s320/shahbash-o.gif[/img]
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[quote name='idiBeZaWaDa' timestamp='1380862040' post='1304348214']
1st piclo oka paapa n 2nd piclo oka pappa yummy unnarau...details pm plz... H&T@ H&T@
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