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Friday, May 26, 2017

Belgaum Ashwathama Temple unique Holi celebrations

It is said that the Ashwathama Temple in Pangul Galli in the city is the sole temple in the whole of South India. There is...

Eat-be-talk sweet

by Swatee Jog Sankranti is the only Indian Festival that adheres to the English calendar every year, coming on the 14th or 15th of January....
killa-making

Children’s Diwali Forts – a learning lab of sorts

Anybody who has ever seen a fort and not been awestruck by its sheer size and imposing structure? Think about children who have extremely...

After Pune Tilak started Ganesh celebrations in Belgaum

Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak who was fighting hard against the British raj, had a thought in mind that we need to get people aboard...
hadga

Navratri dhoom

The nine days and nights festival immediately preceding the most important festival Dasara is celebrated all over India with different traditions. The very first...
ganesh utsav tilak belgaum

Tilak commenced Ganesh festival celebrations in Belgaum after Pune

First published on  Sep 10, 2010-  Lokmanya Tilak was fighting against the British rule and wanted something to be done publicly which would get people together...

Why the name Biscuit Mahadev

The Mahadev Temple next to the School of Culture is commonly called as “Biscuit Mahadev”. But why this strange name? Looking for the answer----- Read...
basavanna-jatra belgaum

Basavanna jatra at Hosur basavan galli

// Post by All About Belgaum.com.
Belgaum Holi

Belgaum ki holi!

By Swatee Jog The best thing about any festival is the celebration itself and if it can be done twice, all the more better and...

Mangai Devi Yatra Vadgaon Belgaum

The people of Vadgaon started Mangai Devi Yatra about 40-50 years ago on a small scale where all the people put forth their grievances in...

Angol Mahalakshmi yatra

The Mahalaksmi Yatra in Angol was celebrated with great fan fare today, the first day of the yatra. This yatra is being celebrated after...

Colourful times and beyond

by Sameer Majali Celebrations galore, colourful and extravagant. Heedless of the soaring mercury, the citizens of Belgaum had a wonderful day with friends, relatives and...