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Peerla Panduga festival

Peerla Panduga festival

Muharram, also called Pirla Panduga in Telalana state, is an important festival. Muharram is a festival which is marked by process. During this occasion, a remnant named Alam is taken out as a procession. Representing a group of Sufi Shrine, the Ashrakhana is a region where there is a procession, many Muslims and even Hindus participate in this festival while chanting yes hussain because they participate eagerly in this procession.

Peerla Panduga festival
Peerla Panduga festival
In Dabarpura area of ​​Hyderabad, Hindus are considered to be the Alegararda, which means standard holders in the famous temple of Bibi addition. Hindus have relied on thousands of people to worship the sacred relics of Alam because it is believed that the philosophy of this Alam gives them peace and peace of mind. On this special day of Muharram, Hindus visit the Sufi temples. Pirla Panduja is indeed an opportunity to grieve when Hindu devotees respect the feelings of their Islamic brothers and participate in a serious procession.

Peerla Panduga festival
Peerla Panduga festival
Gods are brought from the forest to a place for a period of 10-12 days when more than 10 million devotees give prayers and gifts 'Bangaram', which is a pure doll for the gods. The whole place changes with Divine Mantras and for this Jatha there is a detailed arrangement with thousands of buses coming along with pilgrims.

In Badakhali, there is a rich history of 400 years in the Badakhali Ashrakhana, and during this festival there is the house of the maximum crowd. Thousands of Hindus go to this temple, especially during the 9th and 10th days of the festival. Many foreign tourists also see the proceedings of these festivals. In the last day, Alam is taken over an elephant as well as a march towards Masjid-e-Elahi besides Bibi. Festivals are celebrated in many rural areas of Telangana near Sufi temples or Durgahs.
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