Ranchi, Jharkhand 23 March 2015 :: Sarhul is celebrated during spring season and the Saal trees get new flowers on their branches. It is a worship of the village deity who is considered to be the protector of the tribes. People sing and dance a lot when the new flowers appear. The deities are worshiped with saal flowers. The village priest or Pahan fasts for a couple of days. In the early morning he takes a bath and puts on new a dhoti made of virgin cotton ( kachha dhaga). The previous evening, the Pahan takes three new earthen pots and fills them with fresh water; the next morning he observes these earthen pots and water level inside. If the water level decreases he predicts that there would be famine or less rain, and if the water level is normal, that is the signal of a good rain. Before pooja starts, the wife of the Pahan washes his feet and gets blessings from him. At the pooja, Pahan offers three young roosters of different colors to one for the almighty god the Singbonga or Dharmesh, as the Mundas, Ho and Oraons respectively address Him; another for the village deities; and the third for the ancestors. During this pooja villagers surround the Sarna place.
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Ranchi, Jharkhand | August | 14, 2016 :: Lines for the Lens Eye’s e – Calendar 2017 are open. Now one can send his/her entries by clicking on the link [ https://www.lenseye.co/photograph-for-e-calendar/ ], a page will open there one can post there Photograph. Schedule 14th of August 2016 :: Event Open 28th October 2016 :: Last date […]
Ranchi, Jharkhand | November | 30, 2016 :: To commemorate UNICEF’s 70th anniversary, the ‘Jharkhand Development Dialogue’ lecture was organized here today as a part of the ‘UNICEF on Campus Knowledge Initiative’. The theme of the lecture was “Reaching the Unreached : A March Towards SDGs 2030”. The lecture series seeks to increase awareness […]