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Raja Parba: Festival, Celebration, The Carnival, Which Is Celebrates Womanhood, Facts, Tweets, Images, Pics

Raja Parba

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We all are ready to observe and celebrate the festival, Raja Parba, on this 15th June 2019, Saturday, which is a three-day long festival. The festival, Raja Parba, is predominate, celebrates and observes in the state of the India, Odisha, which is regarded as one of the very popular and very famous festivals, indeed.

Well, I read in the Wikipedia, that the festival, Raja Parba, is actually, celebrate the menstruation, which is one of the significant sign of the womanhood and it is also, one of the epitomai of the womanhood.

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Well, the festival, namely, Raja Parba, it stands for the menstruating women, festival, because, the term, Raja’ is taken from the world ‘Rajaswala’ which is stands for the menstruating women, and Parba, means festival, I guess, I read this in the Wikipedia, so shares with all of you.

Raja Parba: Festival, Celebration, The Carnival, Which Is Celebrates Womanhood, Facts, Tweets, Images, Pics

Wikipedia mentioned, that as per the popular belief as women menstruate, it is regarded as a sign of the fertility, so also Mother Earth menstruates, and it is being said that on the period of the festival, #Raja Parba, which is being celebrated on the month of the June, I mean on the mid June, mother earth menstruate, so I guess, the festival, Raja Parba, is the 3 days long festival, because the menstruate cycle is also last for the 3 days, in a girl or the women’s body.

The festival, Raja Parba, is an annual festival, which is each and every year celebrates in the month of June.

Thus, these 3 days are regarded as the menstruating period of Mother Earth. During this carnival, #Raja Parba, all agricultural operations, and works, remain stopped for a while, which includes, cultivating, plowing or sowing, and other agricultural works, anyway.

This is so, as in the Hindu homes, during menstruating women remain isolated and stay away from doing all household works, and all, and she is given full rest, therefore as well as, the Mother Earth is given full rest for three days for which all agricultural works are prevented for while.

So, on the festival, #Raja Parba, it calls for women to come together, so that, the gift of the Mother Earth, can be acknowledged and respected.

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