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Make our future generations aware of their culture and Dharma to foster and develop a positive sense of self-identity, infuse cultural awareness, reinforce their morals and beliefs and help preserve our heritage and Sanatan way of life.
Durga Puja celebrates the victory of the goddess Durga over the demon king Mahishasura. It begins on the same day as Navratri, a nine-night festival in many northern and western states that more broadly celebrates the divine feminine (shakti).
Dussehra, in Hinduism, holiday marking the triumph of Rama, an avatar of Vishnu, over the 10-headed demon king Ravana, who abducted Rama’s wife, Sita. The festival’s name is derived from the Sanskrit words dasha (“ten”) and hara (“defeat”).
Karwa Chauth is one of India’s most celebrated festivals of the Hindu community. Karwa Chauth is a festival celebrated by Hindu women of Northern and Western India on the fourth day after Purnima (a full moon) in the month of Kartika.
Mangalam has helped me inculcate good values and morals in my UK born child. I can give him the taste of Indian values with which we were raised. Not only by attending the cultural programs but also by contributing our time which has enhanced his confidence and cultural awareness.
Mangalam is a unique platform which does not only celebrates festivals but it celebrates Culture, Morality, Humanity and more than anything it celebrates Life. Let us all join forces and spread H for Humanity and H for Hinduism.
The Holi event we attended as family was one of the best things our mother (visiting us from India) enjoyed in the UK.
It is difficult to give our children exposure of Indian values, the events organised by Mangalam provides a platform not only for children but for all Indian brothers and sisters with whom we share a unique bond, a bond of unity. I appreciate the efforts of the whole Mangalam team and wish they come with more events for regional festivals.