Shatha Kalashabhisheka


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Shatha Kalashabhisheka-21-3-2011

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Kamadahana and holi Festival-2011

The name kamadahana because Manmatha was destroyed by lord Shiva on Phalguna Purnima, and the day is celebrated as Kamadahana or Holi Festival.

In karkala, on the evening of Holi day we take a round of car street with the beat of drum called “Nagari” and singing a song along with teasing our own . . . → Read More: Kamadahana and holi Festival-2011