We all are ready to observe and celebrate the festival, Karthikai Deepam, which is one of the very famous and prominent and important festivals, of the state Tamil Nadu, India.
Well, the festival, Karthikai Deepam, is very popular, in the whole nation, and it is a Hindu renowned festival, which is mainly celebrated in the Indian state, Tamil Nadu.
The one of the most eminent and sacred carnival, Karthikai Deepam, is known as some other names, which are includes, Karthikai Vilakkidu or Thrikarthika.
Well, the celebration, Karthikai Deepam, is known as a festival of lights. The festival is celebrated and observed by Hindu people of the Deccan region, like, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala.
Though, in the out of India, like, in the nation, Sri Lanka, also the festival, Karthikai Deepam, is celebrated by the Hindu people.
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The festival, #Karthikai Deepam, falls in the month of Kārttikai, according to the Tamil calendar, which means, on the mid-November to mid-December, as per georgeon calendar.
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Well, the festival, #Karthikai Deepam, is happening, on the day, I mean on the night, like the festival, #Karthikai Deepam, is being celebrated, in the night, when the moon is seen and appears in concurrence with the constellation Karthigai (Pleiades) and pournami.
In the firmament, this constellation comes and seen, as a group of 6 stars, which is taking shape of jewelry from the ear, and I read the same, in Wikipedia.
While, in the state, Kerala, the festival, #Karthikai Deepam, is known as the Thrikkarthika, which is rejoiced by the people, as it is regarded and consider as welcoming the Goddess Shakti.
While, in other whole parts of the nation, India, the festival, Karthikai Deepam, can be addressed, as the Kartik Purnima, as between, these 2 festivals, #Karthikai Deepam, and another festival, Kartik Purnima, we find plenty of the similarities.
Though, the festival, Kartik Purnima, is being celebrated on a different date. But the festival, Karthikai Deepam, is mainly celebrated in the months of the either November or December.
The festival, Karthikai Deepam, is known as and termed as ‘Lakshabba’ in the Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu, India.
While, about this festival, #karthikai Deepam, also has a proper reference in the Aganaanooru, a manuscript of poems, which dates reverse to the Sangam Age (200 B.C. to 300 A.D.)
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