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An expression common among Bengali Hindus says baro mase, tero parban, in twelve months there are thirteen festivals The present work deals with the great variety of rituals that take place during the remainder of the year, including worship is Sitala, goddess of disease and mother of the village Canada, goddess of snakes Lakshmi, embodiment of prosperity dwelling inAn expression common among Bengali Hindus says baro mase, tero parban, in twelve months there are thirteen festivals The present work deals with the great variety of rituals that take place during the remainder of the year, including worship is Sitala, goddess of disease and mother of the village Canada, goddess of snakes Lakshmi, embodiment of prosperity dwelling in the rice crop Data Narayana, who has a Muslim personality as Satya Pir and the goddesses worshiped by women within the house Sasthi, goddess of children the auspicious Mangal Candi and Bipattarini, who saves people from danger.
  • Title: Thirteen festivals: a ritual year in Bengal
  • Author: Ralph W. Nicholas
  • ISBN: 9788192304632
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Hardcover

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Thirteen festivals: a ritual year in Bengal By Ralph W. Nicholas An expression common among Bengali Hindus says baro mase, tero parban, in twelve months there are thirteen festivals The present work deals with the great variety of rituals that take place during the remainder of the year, including worship is Sitala, goddess of disease and mother of the village Canada, goddess of snakes Lakshmi, embodiment of prosperity dwelling inAn expression common among Bengali Hindus says baro mase, tero parban, in twelve months there are thirteen festivals The present work deals with the great variety of rituals that take place during the remainder of the year, including worship is Sitala, goddess of disease and mother of the village Canada, goddess of snakes Lakshmi, embodiment of prosperity dwelling in the rice crop Data Narayana, who has a Muslim personality as Satya Pir and the goddesses worshiped by women within the house Sasthi, goddess of children the auspicious Mangal Candi and Bipattarini, who saves people from danger.

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