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Garuda Panchami: India & Devotes Are Celebrating Today This Festival

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Alongside, today, it the festival, Naga Panchami, it is the Hindu people are observing and celebrating another auspicious festival, today, which is namely, Garuda Panchami.

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Well, the Garuda Panchami, which is considered and regarded as the very pious and auspicious festival, of the Hindu religion and all Hindu people celebrate the festival, Garuda Panchami, with massive enthusiasm and zeal, in the whole nation, touted as one of the most sacred and auspicious festivals ever.

Well, we all worship the Hindu festival, Garuda Panchami, on the 5th day of the waxing moon phase (Shukla paksha) in the month of Shravan (August-September), which is a special process and system of the worshipping Garuda, the vehicle of Lord Vishnu.

This year, on 2019, the festival, Garuda Panchami, which is one of the most important and the foremost Hindu festival, ever is coincidental, falls on the same day, of the Hindu festival, Nag Panchami and we all are here celebrating and observing the sacred Hindu festivals, Garuda Panchami and Naga Panchami, respectively on the same day and date of the 5th August 2019, Monday.

Garuda Panchami: India & Devotes Are Celebrating Today This Festival

Today, is also the very sacred and pious day, because, in the one hand, it is Sawan month, on the other hand, it is both festivals, Garuda Panchami and Nag Panchami, falls, on the same day, which is made, it’s the very sacred day, indeed.

So, if we all will pray to God today, and will offer them puja and Archana, then our all desires and wishes, will come true and then also Lord Will be blessed us with the good and the prosperous lives, indeed.

Well, the Garuda is a legendary bird or bird-like creature in Hindu, Buddhist and Jain mythology, who is regarded as the vehicle of the Hindu god Vishnu, a dharma-protector and Astasena in Buddhism, and the Yaksha of the Jain Tirthankara Shantinatha, Wikipedia is mentioned.

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