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Anla Nabami

Anla Nabami

The ninth day of the lunar month of Kartik is celebrated as the ninth day of the month. In the religious culture of Odisha, the ala tree is considered a goddess. It is believed that Saraswati was created from the razor blades. It is believed that the true age began on this day. Once Lakshmi and Bhagwati wanted to give Hari something new. Tears welled up in their eyes as they wondered what to give. That joyful land fell to the ground and the palm trees sprang up. According to another legend, one day Lakshmi and Parvati decided to worship together in the forest for their husbands. But the problem was that they did not have her husband’s favorite items of worship. That is, Parvati did not have Belpatra or Lakshmi did not have basil. They both deal with their confidence as they choose to embark on their play activities. Just then Narad Muni reached there and heard the problem and sighed; As they were told that the beetle and the tulsi were a combination, they both performed the ritual near the palm tree. That is why the favorite tree of Ala Shiva and Vishnu. On the ninth day of Ala, the idol of Lord Vishnu is bathed in the Bata Ala tree under the Ala Ala tree. On this day, the Habishyas cook the Habishyana at the base of the palm trees and walk around the trees.

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