Synonyms for bhado or Related words with bhado

barahi              khedi              kataiya              lakha              parba              someshwar              nagla              budhi              besha              shravana              khasti              jamuni              bazidpur              pedda              phagun              jyeshta              aani              sthan              bahera              avani              bhagawati              kotda              sankarpur              shashti              siddh              kandhar              dhari              ladpur              madanpur              ganeshpur              shirgaon              bhimpur              sorab              patal              khodiyar              sukla              chottanikkara              magha              pathar              lanja              sadhi              balua              ibrahimpur              dhanu              gothada              kulathur              parisha              avittam              koteshwar              ambegaon             

Examples of "bhado"
The Karam festival is celebrated usually on Bhado Ekadashi, on the eleventh day of the bright full moon (Purnima) of the month of Bhado (August–September). The Karam tree, scientifically named "Nauclea Parvifolia" is the center of the proceedings of the festival. The preparations for the Karam festival begin around ten or twelve days before the festival.
The village has two high schools. The village has a madrasa known as Bhado Jamia Islahul Muslamin.
A large fair known as Ramdevera Fair is held here from Bhado Sudi 2 to Bhado Sudi 10 (Aug - Sept). It is attended by a large number of devotees who come in large groups from far and wide. Irrespective of their caste, creed or religious affiliations, these devotees throng the shrine dedicated to the saint. These groups organize night long singing of bhajans and kirtans to pay homage to Baba.
6.5 km from Bhado is Shakti Mishra's Durga Mandir at Kahala, a temple with underground construction where the idol of Durga, made of pure gold, is kept.
Bhado is a village under Chanchal, in the Malda district of the Indian state of West Bengal. It located 347 km (215 miles) north of Kolkata the state capital.
Rural area under Ratua–I block consists of ten gram panchayats, viz. Baharal, Chandmoni–II, Mahanandatola, Bhado, Bilaimari, Debipur, Ratua, Chandmoni–I, Kahala and Samsi. Ratua police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is in Ratua.
In the rainy season (Savan aur Bhado) the whole agriculture land of this village is covered by rain water, so in this season the main food of the villagers fish and some aqua fruits.
His other collections of poetry areSaon-Bhado (1965), Archana (1961), Kathayuthika (1976) and many others. His Lalana Lahari (1969) is a vivid description of the peculiar characteristics of love making by girls of different provinces of India
A lot of visitors and devotees gather in the namghar everyday, especially during the sacred month of Bhado (August–September), for this month being the Death Anniversaries of both the gurus Srimanta Sankardeva and Madhavdeva
The principal market yard under the West Bengal Marketing Board is situated at Samsi (Samsi Regulated Market Committee). The main markets of Ratua-I block are Samsi, Bhado, Ratua, Debipur, Baharal, Batna and Harikole-Basic More.
This is an important day in the Jain calendar of festivities. Jains observe Paryushana in the last 10 days of the bhado month, Anant Chaturdashi, also known as Anant Chaudas is the last day of Paryushana. Kshamavani, the day the Jains ask for forgiveness for any mistakes they have made intentionally or otherwise, is observed one day after Anant Chaturdashi.
In 1980 a wine factory was situated in main road to Samalkha. After that Alahabad Bank was constructed on the main road. Chulkana is big village with high population. This is a gujjars (chhoker) village. There are 24 village of chhokers in samalkha town all are nearby. This village has a history of Baba Lakeshwar (Shri Chunkat Rishi Jee Maharaaj) and Khatu Shyam Baba temple. A fair is organised in Falgun Month in Baba Shyam Temple. Chulkana is the big village on number two in Haryana. This village is famous for temples which attract people. There is also a Temple of Jahar Veer Goga Ji Maharaja. So many people come here in the month of "Bhado". In Chulkana people's main occupation is agriculture. This village is surrounded by a boundary like a round angle. Neighbouring villages of Chulkana are Chadiya Rasulpur, Kiwana, Dhindar, Bhodwal majri, Pattikalyana, Ulahna,Dodhpur, Naraina, etc.
Sri Sri Athkheliya Namghar or Sri Sri Athkhelia Namghar () is a prominent pilgrimage place of Assam and North Eastern India. It is located at Bosa Gaon, Golaghat, Assam. It is located at the place where the rivers Ghiladhari, Matrang and Kakodonga meet. The name comes from the eight "kuris" nearby it, this forms the word "athkuriya", which later on became athkheliya. Ahom king Gada Pani constructed it in the year 1681 AD. Before the year 1970, it was officially called Sri Sri Athkheliya 'Hori Mandir' (Vishnu temple), but later on, it became Sri Sri Athkheliya Namghar due to the influence of Vaishnavism. Tens of thousands of devotees visit the place, especially in the month of Bhado or Bhadra (August to September). Pratahpraxanga, madhyahnapraxanga, biyoli praxanga etc. are regularly carried out. Some important festivals held are Borxowah, panitola xowah, namlowa xowah, no-saul xowah, rax mahotsav, boroxa bhauna etc.
Karam is the worship of Karam-Devta (Karam-Lord/God), the god of power, youth, and youthfulness. The Karam festival is an agricultural festival celebrated by diverse groups of people, including: the Ho, Mundadri, Oraon, Kharia, Panch Pargania, Kurukh, Khortha, Korba, Santhali, Nagpuri, and Kurmali speaking people. The festival is held on the 11th day of a full moon (Purnima) of the Hindu month of Bhado, which falls between August and September. Groups of young villagers go to the jungle and collect wood, fruits, and flowers. These are required during the puja (worship) of the Karam God. During this period, people sing and dance together in groups. The entire valley dances to the drumbeat "day of the phases".
Majhaul and its surrounding areas are part of the Kosi River. This makes the land very fertile. The Kosi embankment is only 300 to 500 meter west. The farmers in the village mostly cultivate Dhaan (paddy crop), Makai (Maize/Corn), Gahum (Wheat crop) and Moong (a type of lentils) in their farms. Since the climate of this region is most suitable for Dhaan (the paddy crop),Makai (Maize/Corn) a good crop brings happiness to many farmers in the village. Though, people do try to grow wheat crops, only few farmers get good yields. Most of the farmers have moderate harvest and hence it is not as popular as harvesting of Dhaan (the paddy crop),Makai (Maize/Corn . Instead, maize is the first best crop for the farmers of this village and Dhaan (the paddy crop)is the second. Therefore, they are tempted to grow garma dhaan and makai (maize) crops together apart from harvesting regular crops. The timing of Dhaan harvesting is especially notable as the villagers are happy in general for several reasons. The fresh crop of Dhaan and Makai (Maize/Corn) reaches every home, Whether you are owner of the land, or the farmer or just the harvester. The Dhaan is bound to come to every household. It can be cooked straight or flattened to make Chura which makes an amazing food when combined with fresh Sakkar (Jaggery) and "Dahi" (Curd). In the rainy season (Savan aur Bhado) the whole agriculture land of this village is covered by rain water, so in this season the main food of the villagers fish and some aqua fruits.