Well, the Hindu festival, called the Ayudha Puja is a part of the trendy Hindu festival, which is touted and regarded as one of the most important Hindu festivals ever.
It is the Hindu festival, Ayudha Puja is also known as the “Astra Puja”, and meanings of the word are stands for the “Worship of Instruments”.
The Hindu festival Ayudha Puja is celebrated in the Indian state Tamil Nadu as Ayudha Puja and in the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh as Aayudha Pooja.
While, in the Indian state Kerala the Hindu festival Ayudha Puja is celebrated as the Ayudha Puja and so on, in the different Indian states, the Hindu festival Ayudha Puja is celebrated with a different name.
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While, the Indian and the Hindu festival, Ayudha Puja, is generally, falls on the 10th day of the bright half of Moon’s cycle of 15 days (as per Almanac) which is generally occur and falls on the month of September/October.
The Hindu festival, Ayudha Puja is also part of the festival Dasara (well known as deepavali in TamilNadu) or Navaratri or Durga Puja or Golu festival in India anyway, as per the Wikipedia.
It is as per the tenth day of the Hindu festival, Dasara, it is the weapons, and all other tools are being worshipped and devotes, offer their puja to those things.
In the Indian state Karnataka the festival Ayudha Puja, one of the major Hindu festivals is celebrated because of memorizing the defeat and killing of the demon king Mahishasura by the Hindu goddess Maa Durga.
Prior to the slain of the demon king, the weapons were kept out for worship. at the same time as the Hindu carnival Navaratri is celebrated in the whole nation with the massive zeal and enthusiasm, and in the West Bengal and in East India the festival is celebrated as the Durga Puja and in the South Indian states, where it is widely celebrated as Ayudha Puja.
Well, there are minor variations of worship procedure and in the process.
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