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International Mother Language Day is an annual observance on February 21st dedicated to promoting linguistic and cultural diversity, as well as multilingualism. The significance of this day lies in recognizing the importance of mother languages in preserving cultural heritage and identity.

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Why Devotees Take Holy Dip At Puri Chandrabhaga On Magha Saptami? Know The Significance
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On the auspicious occasion of Magha Saptami today, large number of devotees thronged Chandrabhaga beach near Konark in Puri on Friday to take a holy dip at Tirtha Pushkarini. Magha Saptami, also known as Ratha Saptami, is one of the major Hindu festivals that falls on the seventh day of the Shukla Paksha.

Lala Lajpat Rai Birth Anniversary: Know These 7 Interesting Facts About The Revolutionary Leader
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Lala Lajpat Rai is one of the key leaders of the Indian Independence Movement. Born in January 28, 1865, Lala became the pillar of nationalism in India. He was a prominent politician and was associated with many nationalist activities.

National Girl Child Day 2024: Know These 6 Scholarships Exclusive For Girl Child In India
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International Mother Language Day: Promotion Of Odia Language Crucial To Maintain Its Relevance
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International Mother Language Day is an annual observance on February 21st dedicated to promoting linguistic and cultural diversity, as well as multilingualism. The significance of this day lies in recognizing the importance of mother languages in preserving cultural heritage and identity.

Why Devotees Take Holy Dip At Puri Chandrabhaga On Magha Saptami? Know The Significance
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On the auspicious occasion of Magha Saptami today, large number of devotees thronged Chandrabhaga beach near Konark in Puri on Friday to take a holy dip at Tirtha Pushkarini. Magha Saptami, also known as Ratha Saptami, is one of the major Hindu festivals that falls on the seventh day of the Shukla Paksha.

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