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Tihar Village is one of the oldest villages in Delhi. Tihar village was established by Muslims Tyagi in the 17th century.
Bhai Dooj, Bhaubeej, Bhai Tika, Bhai Phonta or Bhratri Dwitiya is a festival celebrated by Hindus on the second lunar day of Shukla Paksha in the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar or of Shalivahan Shaka calendar month of Kartika. It is celebrated during the Diwali or Tihar festival and Holi festival. The celebrations of this day are similar to the festival of Raksha Bandhan.
Tihar Prisons, also called Tihar Jail and Tihar Ashram, is a prison complex in India and the largest complex of prisons in South Asia. Run by Department of Delhi Prisons, Government of Delhi, the prison contains nine central prisons, and is one of the three prison complexes in Delhi. The other two prison complexes are at Rohini and Mandoli with one and six central prisons respectively. Tihar prison complex is located in Janakpuri, approximately 3 km from Tihar village in West Delhi.
Janakpuri is an affluent neighborhood in the South West district of Delhi, India. It is located near the Delhi Cantonment area and is accessible by road and Janakpuri East, Janakpuri West and Janakpuri South metro stations of Delhi Metro.
Tihar is a five-day Hindu festival celebrated in Nepal and the Indian states of Sikkim and West Bengal, particularly the towns of Darjeeling and Kalimpong, which host a large number of ethnic Nepali people. Tihar is analogous to the Indian festival of Diwali, the festival of lights, but some significant differences.
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Vasna is a town and an Industrial Notified Area of the Borsad municipality in Anand district in the Western Indian state of Gujarat.
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Ashok Nagar is a neighborhood in the city of Delhi. It constitutes a part of the Tilak Nagar assembly constituency as well as the West Delhi parliamentary constituency. The area was known as Tihar Village 2 before being renamed as such. It is an authorized neighborhood today, and the government of Delhi plays a role in its development.
Vartika Nanda is a prison reformer and media educator from India. She is the founder of Tinka Tinka, a movement targeted towards prison reforms. She is recipient of Stree Shakti Puraskar conferred by President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee. It is the highest civilian honour for women in India on women empowerment. This award was given to her in Rashtrapati Bhavan on International Women's Day in 2014 in recognition of her contribution to raising awareness about women's issues through media and literature. Her work on prison reforms has twice been recognized by Limca Book of Records. She has conceptualised, trained and executed prison radio in District Jail, Agra and in the state of Haryana, India. She is the storyteller and voice behind Kissa Khaki Ka, a podcast series started by Delhi Police. Kissa Khaki Ka has already completed 3 months of its inception in April 2022.
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Tihar may refer to:
Lakshmi Puja is a Hindu occasion for the veneration of Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity and the supreme goddess of Vaishnavism. The occasion is celebrated on the amavasya in the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar month of Ashwayuja or Kartika, on the third day of Deepavali in most part of India. In Assam, Bengal, and Odisha, this puja is celebrated 5 days after Vijaya Dashami.
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Jante is a village development committee in Morang District in the Kosi Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5622 people living in 1010 individual households. It contains various communities like Limbu, Rai, Brahmin, Chettri, Magar and Newar.It contains many temples and church. This village development committee is connected by the Jante-Pathari and Jante-Letang highways.
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Kukur Tihar is an annual Hindu festival originating from Nepal which falls on the second day of the festival of Tihar. On this day, people worship dogs to please Yama, the god of death, as they are considered to be his messengers. Dogs are decorated with tilaka and wear flower garlands around their necks. Worshippers offer them various foods including meat, milk, eggs, and dog food. It is considered a sin if someone acts disrespectfully to a dog on this day.