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Kajari Purnima

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Kajari purnima is an important day celebrated in Central India like Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and parts of Uttar Pradesh. This day falls on rakhi poornima, the day of Raksha Bandhan. This festival indicates the end of the monsoon season and is of great importance to the farmers. The preparations for kajari festival start on the ninth day after the Shravana Amavasya. The ninth day is called Kajari Navami. The ladies blessed with a son perform the rituals of this festival. The rituals of this festival continue till the Kajri Purnima or the full moon day.

On the shravan shukla navami women go to the fields and bring earth in the leaf cups. In these cups leaf or barley is sown and is kept in a dark room where no sunlight or fresh air reaches. The place where this cup is kept along with the surrounding walls are cleaned and washed with mud and cow dung. The place is then decorated with rangolis made by rice solution. The designs generally consist of household articles and activities. Figures of a house, a child in cradle, a mongoose and a woman with a pitcher are mandatory figures. This practice of drawing with the rice solution on the mud washed floor is called Navami. After this procedure the cup is worshiped.

This worshipping of the leaf cups is repeated for seven days till the full moon day. The final ritual of this festival is performed on the evening of the full moon day. On this day the women move out in procession carrying the leaf cups on their heads. They carry these cups to a pond or any other water body and then immerse it there. Women keep a fast on this day and pray for the well-being of their sons.

This festival is very important to the farmers as it stands for the beginning of the sowing season for wheat and barley. on this day they pray to Goddess Bhagwati and seek her blessings for a good crop.

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