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  • Thai Pongal is a standout amongst the most critical celebrations celebrated by Tamil individuals in the Indian province of Tamil Nadu, the Indian Union Territory of Puducherry, and the nation of Sri Lanka, and additionally Tamils around the world, incorporating those in Malaysia, Mauritius, South Africa, United States, Singapore, Canada and UK. Thai Pongal compares to Makara Sankranthi, the collect celebration celebrated all through India.

  • Vivekananda was conceived Narendranath Datta in a kayastha family at his hereditary home at 3 Gourmohan Mukherjee Street in Calcutta, the capital of British India, on 12 January 1863 amid the Makar Sankranti celebration. He had a place with a conventional family and was one of nine kin. His dad, Vishwanath Datta, was a lawyer at the Calcutta High Court. Durgacharan Datta, Narendra's granddad was a Sanskrit and Persian researcher who left his family and turned into a priest at age twenty-five. His mom, Bhubaneswari Devi, was a dedicated housewife. The dynamic, discerning mentality of Narendra's dad and the religious demeanor of his mom helped shape his reasoning and identity.  

  • Tyagaraja Aradhana is the yearly aradhana of Telugu holy person arranger Tyagaraja. Carnatic artists from everywhere throughout the world dive and pay praise to the holy person. The aradhana is seen on Pushya Bahula Panchami day when the holy person accomplished samadhi. The scene of the celebration is close to the samadhi of Tyagaraja on the banks of River Cauvery. On Pushya Bahula Panchami day, artists will sit on either side of the samadhi and render the holy person's Pancharatna kritis in tune as a sign of reverence. Numerous types of Carnatic music come to perform and are viewed by a large number of fervent enthusiasts of Indian traditional music.  

  • He was born in what is now Tiruchuli, Tamil Nadu, India. In 1895, an attraction to the sacred hill Arunachala and the 63 Nayanars was aroused in him, and in 1896, at the age of 16, he had a "death-experience" where he became aware of a "current" or "force" (avesam) which he recognised as his true "I" or "self", which he later identified with Ishvara. This resulted in a state that he later described as "the state of mind of Iswara or the jnani". Six weeks later he left his uncle's home in Madurai, and journeyed to the holy mountain Arunachala, in Tiruvannamalai, where he took on the role of a sannyasin (though not formally initiated), and remained for the rest of his life.