What date is Golconda Bonalu?
Bonalu an annual festival that is celebrated in the state of Telangana, especially in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad….Bonalu Date in 2021?
|Bonalu||Wednesday, 4 August 2021||Telangana|
Where is Bonalu today?
Celebrations at Ujjaini Mahankali Temple in Secunderabad will be held on July 25. The main Bonalu will be celebrated on August 01, 2021 at Sri Mahankali Temple, Lal Darwaza.
What is the intention to celebrate Bonalu?
Bonalu is celebrated usually during Ashada Masam that falls in July/August. Special poojas are performed for goddess Yellamma during the first and last day of the festival. The festival is considered as a form of thanksgiving to the Goddess after the fulfillment of vows.
How do you celebrate Bonalu?
To celebrate ‘Bonalu’, devotees make ‘bonam’ (meal, comprising cooked rice, milk, and jaggery) in new earthen pots (ghatams), which womenfolk carry on their heads to the temple and offer to the deity. The pots are adorned with neem leaves, turmeric, and vermilion.
What is Lashkar bonalu?
The Bonalu celebrations at “Lashkar” Secunderabad is one of the most prominent Bonalu celebrations. The festival begins on the first Sunday of the Hindu Month of Ashada which is known as Edurukolu, which is celebrated as the homecoming of the goddess in the form of Ghatam.
Is bonalu celebrated as a part of Dussehra?
Vijayadashami, also known as Dussehra or Navaratri is an important Hindu festival celebrated in Telangana. The festival which symbolizes the victory of good over evil, is celebrated with traditional fervor, devotion and gaiety across Telangana. Bonalu is a Hindu Festival where Goddess Mahakali is worshiped.
What do you mean by bonam?
Bonam literally means Meal in Telugu, which is an offering to the Mother Goddess. Women folk in household prepare rice that is cooked along with Milk, Jaggery in a New Earthen or Brass Pot, which is adorned with Neem Leaves, Turmeric and Vermilion.
What is Lashkar Bonalu?
Is Bonalu celebrated as a part of Dussehra?
Who is Pochamma?
Pochamma is the main folk goddess among all in Andhra Pradesh. The Pochamma temple is built under a neem tree and the goddess is in the form of a stone. Temples are built with beautiful architecture in the cities of Andhra Pradesh.
Who is the most popular folk goddess of Telangana?
Goddess Pochamma is worshiped with her husband Mahamuni. She is also worshiped in Telangana.