HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

This year brother-sister love  Bhai Dooj Commemoration 9 November(Friday). Commemorate Indian festival enjoy is celebrated two days after the popular festival of Diwali post enjoy this festival.

Bhaiya Dooj is a most prominent and legendary festival of India when sisters make a pray to God for their dearest brothers to get along living and prosperous life. Sisters perform puja and tika ceremony as well as gets return gifts from brothers. It is also called in India at various places as Bhau Beej.
It is the most celebrated festival in India which is enjoyed two days after the main Diwali festival. According to the Gregorian calendar, it falls on the 2nd day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Kartika. All the sisters awaken very early in the morning, worship and pray to God and Goddesses for the better future and health of their brothers. It is also celebrated outside the country. It is just like the Raksha Bandhan festival to increase the bond of love between brothers and sisters. Sisters, on this day, pray to God to give blessings to their brothers to be protected from all the problems and bad fortune. However, brothers follow their responsibilities towards their loving and caring sisters.

HISTORY OF BHAI DOOJ

According to the Hindu Mythology, it is considered that the God of death, Yamraj, had visited his lovable sister named Yami (Yamuna) at this special day. His sister welcomed him by aarti and tilak ceremony. She offered him a garland and special dishes including sweets to eat. He had returned her sister a unique gift as a symbol of his love and care towards her sister. At that day Yamraj had declared that the brother who would receive tilak and aarti by their sister, he would never be frightened. That’s why the same day is called as the Yama Dwitiya.

According to another story, Hindu Lord Krishna had returned to his sister, Subhadra, after killing the demon king Narakasur where he was welcomed by his sister with tilak, aarti, sweets, and flowers.

 

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

 

 

 

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

 

 

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

 

 

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

 

 

 

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

 

 

 

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

 

 

 

The warmth of your love is all I need during cold times. Happy Bhai Dooj Bhaiya.

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

 

 

My Dear Brother is one of the most precious gifts sent by God. Happy Bhai Dooj to you.

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

 

 

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

HOW TO you Commemorate Bhai Dooj with your brother and enjoy this festival

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