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Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti

India is the country full of colours. The colour of India starts from the religion and ends with the dress. The colour of India gets a good shape in platter and then it ended up with the cultural and traditional fairs and festivals of India. India is a huge country with the traits of multi-cultural and multi-dimensional beauty. Being one of the world’s democratic countries, the people of this country celebrate various fairs and festivals all over the country as well as all months in a single year.The people of this country happily celebrate every festival in their own typical way. In the country of India, there are various people were born; well either known for his or her deeds towards the nation or made the life of the people of India easier than it was before. There are various festivals, which are, celebrated as the birthdays of those people, and everyone feels very proud to get associated with this kind of festivals.

Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti Date:

Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti Festival Date 2017- 28 February

Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti Festival Date 2018- 17 February

Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti Festival Date 2019- 08 March

Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti Festival Date 2020- 25 February

Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti Festival Date 2021- 15 March

Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti Festival Date 2022- 04 March

Sri Ramkrishna Paramhansha

Among such of them was Sri Ramkrishna Paramhansha. He was among the greatest saint among some of the famous saints of the Hindus. His actual name was Gadadhar Chattopadhyay. He was born on the year 1836, 18 February. He belonged to a very poor but orthodox and pious Brahmin family of the Kamarpukur village of the Hooghly district of West Bengal. According to history, Sri Ramkrishna Paramhansha’s parents experienced some supernatural incidents as well as some visions before Ramkrishna Paramhansha’s birth.

Being from a Brahmin family, he started his career as a priest in Kali temple and used to stay there only as the main priest of the temple. His teachings as well as his own way of looking towards the life had a tremendous effect on every generation yet to come. Sri Ramkrishna Paramhansha’s practice of the insightful spirituality was actually a huge positive step towards the secularism.

Celebration of Ramkrishna Jayanti

Since from the above little biographical history of Sri Ramkrishna Paramhansha narrates that, he is one of the renowned figures not only throughout India but also all over the world. This is the main reason why Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jayanti has been, celebrated all over India, where there are centers and also under Belur Math. Belur Math is the headquarters of the Ramkrishna Mission, where this Jayanti celebrated with excellence. The best of this festival is that people of different religion can take part in this and they can get engaged with this function. This festival is, celebrated in the month of March of every year.

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