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Tumkur district gears up to celebrate Shravana [India]:
The month of Shravana is extremely special in several respects. It is marked with different festivals and rain. Everything is auspicious during this month.

‘Gudda Gudda Sthavara Linga, Avaka Abhyanga, Eritavanno Hanga, Koodyava Moda - Suttella Noda Noda’

explains noted poet Da Ra Bendre, inspired by the grandeur of Shravana. Shravana, the auspicious month of the Hindu calender has arrived, bringing along with it the grandeur of greenery, rain and festivals. [...]

All in all, Shravana meant festival. Festival for the eyes, festival to rejoice, festival to celebrate. To end, couplet from Bendre’s poem reads like this:

‘Bana Bana Nodu Ivu Henga

Maduvi Maganhanga Singarisikondu,

Nintava Harshagondu’
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