7 edition of My Indian Jatra found in the catalog.
February 4, 2004
by 1st Books Library
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||436|
Indra Jatra locally known as Yenya is one of the most cherished annual festivals celebrated by the Newar community in Kathmandu Valley, Kathmandu city in particular. Indra Jatra is dedicated to the Hindu god of rain and harvest, where ‘Indra’ is the god and ‘Jatra’ means procession. Hence, Indra Jatra is procession festival held as [ ]. The Indra Jatra festival thus honours the recently deceased and pays homage to Indra and Dagini for the coming harvests. It begins when a huge, carefully selected pole, carried via the Tundikhel (Kathmandu's parade ground), is erected outside the Hanuman Dhoka in the same time images and representations of Indra, usually as a captive, are displayed and sacrifices of goats and.
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History of Jatra dates back a long way. It has its roots in West Bengal, though it is equally popular in other Indian states as well, like, Orissa and history of Jatra can be traced back to 15th century when Bhakti movement swept Bengal; devotees went dancing and singing in procession.
They danced and sang in temple courtyard, narrating the events of their patron God's life and. Indra is Lord of Rain and the king of Heaven. Jatra is procession. Indra Jatra is celebration of God Indra’s Day. Indra Jatra is festival of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal.
Some believes Indra Jatra is thanking day to lord Indra for the rain. According to others, the festival is celebrated in the honor of Bahirab, who is Shiva's manifestation and is believed to destroy evil.
Indra Jatra is Kathmandu’s largest festival. After the Gai Jatra festival comes the Indra Jatra festival in Kathmandu. The entire celebration take place over an entire week. Below is a map of where the festival takes place in Kathmandu plus daily events.
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