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Our festival -Pola

                                                     Our festival

   Pola is one of the most celebrated festivals in Maharashtra. This festival is also celebrated in different parts of India.

 The true friend of the farmer who lives with the farmers in the farm work, the companion of happiness and sorrow is the ox. The Pola festival is celebrated to express gratitude to the bulls, with the intention of giving them a break at least once a year. This festival is celebrated on Shravan Amavasya or Bhadrapad Amavasya according to the region. This festival is celebrated all over Maharashtra on the Pithori New Moon in Shravan.

 The day before the hive, the oxen are taken to the river and bathed. This is called shoulder burning in the field with turmeric and ghee or oil. The bulls are fully decorated. On this day, the bulls get complete relief from work. Farmers buy various items from the market to decorate the oxen.

 On the day of the hive, the whole body of the bull is dyed with paint. They wear sackcloth on their backs, horns on their necks, various necklaces around their necks, necklaces on their necks and cracks in their legs. Everyone decorates the oxen according to their taste
 On the day of the honeymoon, the women of the house cook for the bulls. The little boys and girls are very happy on this day.

 Then the hive is filled. All the oxen gather at a specific place in the village and take part in the hive procession. Are brought together by playing the clarinet. Manchai then breaks the pylon and the hive bursts. The bull is taken to the Maruti temple and then brought home. The women of the house pour water on the ox's feet, put turmeric, kumkum, rice on the ox's forehead, wave it and eat the sweet  of Puranpoli.
 Then they take the oxen home and worship them and feed them.


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