Kukur Puja (Dog Worship Day or Dog Festival)
In Nepal dogs are considered guardians to the gates of heaven. Today we celebrate them and cherish their love, protection and the wonderful bond we share with them. The red vermilion, marigold garland symbolizes sacredness. We celebrate the 2nd day of Tihar (Diwali), as the day of the dog.
Tihar, also called as Diwali or Deepawali. It usually takes place in October to November according to the solar calendar and continues for five days. During this festival, people honor crows, dogs, cows as well as Laxmi, the goddess of wealth and luck. As numerous candles and festive lanterns will be lit up for the Goddess of Laxmi, Tihar is also well-known as the festival of lights.
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