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Bhai Dooj: Why We All Celebrate This Carnival Which Celebrate The Love & Affection Between Brothers & Sisters

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On 29th October 2019, Tuesday we all will celebrate the Hindu festival Bhai Dooj, and the Hindu carnival Bhai Dooj which is rejoice the bonding, love, and affection between the brothers and sisters is celebrated in the whole world with the massive enthusiasm and zeal.

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The Hindu festival Bhai Dooj is also known as Bhaubeej, Bhai Tika, Bhai Phonta, and it is the Hindu festival Bhai Dooj  which is predominately observed and rejoice by the Hindu religion following people is being celebrated by them on the second lunar day of Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight), according to the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar or of Shalivahan Shaka calendar which is observed and celebrate on the month of the Kartika, means on the October or the November month.

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The Hindu festival Bhai Dooj is rejoicing and celebrated during the Hindu festival Diwali or Deepavali celebration and it is also touted and regarded as a very special day ever.

Well, the Hindu festival Bhai Dooj is very similar to the another Hindu festival called, Raksha Bandhan, in which it is also the bonding, affection, and love between brothers’ and sisters has been celebrating which is also considered as one of the most famous, popular and the sacred festival ever.

Why we all celebrate Bhai Dooj annually?

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As per the Hindu mythology and believes, it is the Hindu festival Bhai Dooj which is an annual festival celebrate and observe since the Hindu God, Lord Krishna’s time and narration of the story is says, that, post killing the dreadful and the ferocious demon Narakasura, Lord Krishna visited and arrived in his sister Subhadra house where it is the Lord Krishna’s sister Subhadra apply tilak on Shree Krishna’s forehead and also offer him some delicious sweets and flowers and meal and in return Lord Krishna presented his sister Subhadra a plenty of the gifts and blessings, and since then as per the Hindu legend and believes, we all celebrate the Hindu festival