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Kartika Purnima celebrates the power of Shiva. It is believed that Lord Shiva killed the demon Tripusara on this day and therefore Shiva Temples are crowded with devotees to celebrate the event. Kartika Purnima also coincides with the Jain light festival.

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Kartik Purnima Sms

Karthika pournami 2012 is a Hindu holy day Festival celebrated on the full moon day or the fifteenth lunar day of Kartik (November–December). kartik is celebrated as the time when mother Yashoda tried to tie baby Krishna up with rope and every time she tried to tie the knot Krishna used his mystical powers to make the rope too short. Seeing her frustration, Krishna eventually allowed her to tie him.

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Kartik Purnima 2012

Kartika Purnima celebrates the power of Lord Shiva. It is believed that Lord Shiva killed the demon Tripusara on this day and therefore Shiva Temples are crowded with devotees to celebrate the event. Kartika Purnima also coincides with the Jain light festival.

Kartik Poornima Sms

Karthika pournami 2012 is a Hindu holy day Festival celebrated on the full moon day or the fifteenth lunar day of Kartik (November–December). kartik is celebrated as the time when mother Yashoda tried to tie baby Krishna up with rope and every time she tried to tie the knot Krishna used his mystical powers to make the rope too short. Seeing her frustration, Krishna eventually allowed her to tie him.