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F:XVII-3.2d (F17-03-02d) - Feast of bhāubij / Rite of waving a plate with lamps, ovalṇe / Sister performing rite

[1] id = 29894
उघडे रमा - Ughade Rama
Village गडले - Gadale
हवशा माझा बंधु मी तर ओवाळीते शाही गडू
आरती भरुनी घेते नारळाचे घडू
havaśā mājhā bandhu mī tara ōvāḷītē śāhī gaḍū
āratī bharunī ghētē nāraḷācē ghaḍū
I wave the plate with lamps around my very handsome and smart brother
I take a bunch of coconuts in my plate with lamps
▷ (हवशा) my brother I wires (ओवाळीते)(शाही)(गडू)
▷  Arati (भरुनी)(घेते)(नारळाचे)(घडू)
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[2] id = 29895
पळसे लक्ष्मी - Palase Lakshmi
Village पळसे - Palase
दिवाळीचा सण मपल्या बाळाला लाविते कुंकू
तान्ही माझी बाई ओवाळीते देशमुखू
divāḷīcā saṇa mapalyā bāḷālā lāvitē kuṅkū
tānhī mājhī bāī ōvāḷītē dēśamukhū
It’s Diwali* festival, I apply kunku* on my son’s forehead
My little daughter waves the plate with lamps around Deshmukh*, her brother
▷ (दिवाळीचा)(सण)(मपल्या)(बाळाला)(लाविते) kunku
▷ (तान्ही) my daughter (ओवाळीते)(देशमुखू)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
kunkuA red spot applied on the forehead by married women whose husband is alive as a mark of good fortune. This powder is also applied to God as a part of worship. It is prepared from turmeric, lemon juice, alum etc.
DeshmukhHereditary officer, head of a Pargana. Surname of a reputed family. But is also used for one’s father or uncle by the singers.
[3] id = 29896
कुडले हौसा - Kudle Hausa
Village आंदेसे - Andeshe
दिवाळी दसरा माझ्या जीवाला आसरा
बंधूला ओवाळाया सण नाही दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā mājhyā jīvālā āsarā
bandhūlā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
Diwali* and Dassera* festival, they are a support for me
To wave the plate with lamps around brother, there is no other festival (brother is supposed to put something in the plate)
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा) my (जीवाला)(आसरा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[4] id = 29897
घारे सिंधु - Ghare Sindhu
Village जअूळ - Jawal
दिवाळीच्या दिशी बंधू माझ पुण्यामधी
आता ववाळीतो चंद्र जागाणीच्या पाण्यामंदी
divāḷīcyā diśī bandhū mājha puṇyāmadhī
ātā vavāḷītō candra jāgāṇīcyā pāṇyāmandī
On Diwali* day, my brother is in Pune
So, now, I wave the plate with lamps around the reflection of the moon in water in a round plate
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) brother my (पुण्यामधी)
▷ (आता)(ववाळीतो)(चंद्र)(जागाणीच्या)(पाण्यामंदी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[5] id = 29898
जाधव सरु - Jadhav Saru
Village आकवले - Akole
दिवाळी दसरा होतो वाण्याची विकरा
बंधुला ओवाळाया बहिणी घेतात साखरा
divāḷī dasarā hōtō vāṇyācī vikarā
bandhulā ōvāḷāyā bahiṇī ghētāta sākharā
On Diwali* and Dassera* festival, grocers make a good sale
Sisters buy sugar lumps to give brothers when they wave the plate with lamps around them
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(होतो)(वाण्याची)(विकरा)
▷ (बंधुला)(ओवाळाया)(बहिणी)(घेतात)(साखरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[6] id = 29899
जाधव सरु - Jadhav Saru
Village आकवले - Akole
दसर्याच्या दिवशी दिवा करीते कणकीचा
बंधु आता माझा हिरा ओवाळी जानकीचा
dasaryācyā divaśī divā karītē kaṇakīcā
bandhu ātā mājhā hirā ōvāḷī jānakīcā
On Dassera* day, I make a lamp with wheat flour mixed in water
I wave it around my brother, my mother Janaki’s diamond
▷ (दसर्याच्या)(दिवशी) lamp I_prepare (कणकीचा)
▷  Brother (आता) my (हिरा)(ओवाळी)(जानकीचा)
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Dassera
[7] id = 29900
मराठे जना - Marathe Jana
Village चाचीवली - Chachiwali
सनामधी सन दिवाळी दसरा
बंधूला ओवाळाया सन नाही तिसरा
sanāmadhī sana divāḷī dasarā
bandhūlā ōvāḷāyā sana nāhī tisarā
I tell you, woman, Diwali*, the festival of the year, has come
Why should I wave the plate with lamps around someone when brother is there
▷ (सनामधी)(सन)(दिवाळी)(दसरा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ओवाळाया)(सन) not (तिसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[8] id = 29901
कडू सरु - Kadu Saru
Village वडवली - Wadavali
सांगते बाई तुला आली वर्षाची दिवाळी
बंधू टाकूनी का भलत्याला ओवाळी
sāṅgatē bāī tulā ālī varṣācī divāḷī
bandhū ṭākūnī kā bhalatyālā ōvāḷī
I tell you, woman, Diwali*, the festival of the year, has come
Why should I wave the plate with lamps around someone when brother is there
▷  I_tell woman to_you has_come (वर्षाची)(दिवाळी)
▷  Brother (टाकूनी)(का)(भलत्याला)(ओवाळी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[9] id = 29902
कडू सरु - Kadu Saru
Village वडवली - Wadavali
भावाला भाऊबीज बहिण द्रुपदीला पुसा
आगाशीला चंद्र ढग तिन ओवाळीला कसा
bhāvālā bhāūbīja bahiṇa drupadīlā pusā
āgāśīlā candra ḍhaga tina ōvāḷīlā kasā
Bhaubij* for brother, ask sister Draupadi*
How did she wave the plate with lamps around the moon (as brother) in the sky
▷ (भावाला)(भाऊबीज) sister (द्रुपदीला) enquire
▷ (आगाशीला)(चंद्र)(ढग)(तिन)(ओवाळीला) how
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BhaubijThe day in Diwali when the sister waves the lamps in a plate of arati around her brother and he gives her a gift in her plate which is called ‘ovalani’
DraupadiThe most important female character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata.
[10] id = 29903
दाभाडे शेवंता - Dabhade Shewanta
Village आंदेसे - Andeshe
भावाला भाऊबीज बहिण धुरपदाला पुसा
आगाशी चंद्र भाऊ तिन ववाळीला कसा
bhāvālā bhāūbīja bahiṇa dhurapadālā pusā
āgāśī candra bhāū tina vavāḷīlā kasā
Bhaubij* for brother, ask sister Draupadi*
How did she wave the plate with lamps around the moon (as brother) in the sky
▷ (भावाला)(भाऊबीज) sister (धुरपदाला) enquire
▷ (आगाशी)(चंद्र) brother (तिन)(ववाळीला) how
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BhaubijThe day in Diwali when the sister waves the lamps in a plate of arati around her brother and he gives her a gift in her plate which is called ‘ovalani’
DraupadiThe most important female character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata.
[11] id = 29904
गोणते भिमा - Gonate Bhima
Village आजिवली - Ajiwali
दिवाळी ग दसरा माझ्या जिवाला सोयरा
माझ्या बंधुला ववाळाया सण नाही तिसयरा
divāḷī ga dasarā mājhyā jivālā sōyarā
mājhyā bandhulā vavāḷāyā saṇa nāhī tisayarā
Diwali*, Dassera* are festivals that give me joy, I feel they are my relatives
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (दिवाळी) * (दसरा) my (जिवाला)(सोयरा)
▷  My (बंधुला)(ववाळाया)(सण) not (तिसयरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[12] id = 29905
जाधव हौसा - Jadhav Hausa
Village आजिवली - Ajiwali
दिवाळीच्या दिशी दिवा करीते कणकीचा
या ग मावलीचा माझ्या हिरा ववाळी जानकीचा
divāḷīcyā diśī divā karītē kaṇakīcā
yā ga māvalīcā mājhyā hirā vavāḷī jānakīcā
On Diwali* day, I make a lamp with wheat flour mixed in water
I wave it around my brother, my mother Janaki’s diamond
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) lamp I_prepare (कणकीचा)
▷ (या) * (मावलीचा) my (हिरा)(ववाळी)(जानकीचा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[13] id = 31002
पाठारे सीता - Pathare Sita
Village कोळवली - Kolawali
सणामंदी सण सण दिवाळी दसरा
बंधुला ओवाळाया सण नाहीव दुसरा
saṇāmandī saṇa saṇa divāḷī dasarā
bandhulā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhīva dusarā
Amongst all festivals, Diwali* is the most important
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (सणामंदी)(सण)(सण)(दिवाळी)(दसरा)
▷ (बंधुला)(ओवाळाया)(सण)(नाहीव)(दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[14] id = 34867
पवार हरणा - Pawar Harana
Village सविंदणे - Savindane
UVS-11-45 start 01:37 ➡ listen to section
दिवाळीच्या दिशी मीत ववाळीते तुला
हाती लुगड्या घडी गोठ्याची गाईयला
divāḷīcyā diśī mīta vavāḷītē tulā
hātī lugaḍyā ghaḍī gōṭhyācī gāīyalā
On Diwali* day, I wave the plate with lamps around you
(brother) has a new sari for his sister in hand, she also waved the plate around the cow
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी)(मीत)(ववाळीते) to_you
▷ (हाती)(लुगड्या)(घडी)(गोठ्याची)(गाईयला)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[15] id = 12480
गिरंजे ताना - Giranje Tana
Village वांद्रे - Wandre
दिवाळी दसरा जीव माझ्याला आसरा
बंधूला ववाळाया सण नाही दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā jīva mājhyālā āsarā
bandhūlā vavāḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
Diwali* and Dassera* festival, they are a support for me
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा) life (माझ्याला)(आसरा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ववाळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[16] id = 34871
पवार सिंधु - Pawar Sindhu
Village सविंदणे - Savindane
UVS-11-45 start 03:15 ➡ listen to section
दिवाळी दिवाळी बहिण भावाला ओवाळी
आंदण मागती गावाखालती गव्हाळी
divāḷī divāḷī bahiṇa bhāvālā ōvāḷī
āndaṇa māgatī gāvākhālatī gavhāḷī
On Diwali* day, sister waves the plate with lamps around her brother
She asks for the field beyond the village as a gift
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिवाळी) sister (भावाला)(ओवाळी)
▷ (आंदण)(मागती)(गावाखालती)(गव्हाळी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[17] id = 34874
पवार गीता - Pawar Gita
Village सविंदणे - Savindane
UVS-11-45 start 04:26 ➡ listen to section
मंग सण दिवाळी दिवाळी बहिण भावाला ओवाळी
मंग आंदण मागती गावाखाली गव्हाळी
maṅga saṇa divāḷī divāḷī bahiṇa bhāvālā ōvāḷī
maṅga āndaṇa māgatī gāvākhālī gavhāḷī
On Diwali* day, sister waves the plate with lamps around her brother
She asks for the field beyond the village as a gift
▷ (मंग)(सण)(दिवाळी)(दिवाळी) sister (भावाला)(ओवाळी)
▷ (मंग)(आंदण)(मागती)(गावाखाली)(गव्हाळी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[18] id = 35388
पोमण शाहू - Poman Shahu
Village पोखर - Pokhar
UVS-04-51 start 01:16 ➡ listen to section
भावाला भाऊबीज ग बहिण द्रुपदीला पुसा
पाठीचा बंधुराज ग तिन ववाळला कसा
bhāvālā bhāūbīja ga bahiṇa drupadīlā pusā
pāṭhīcā bandhurāja ga tina vavāḷalā kasā
Bhaubij* for brother, ask sister Draupadi*
How did she wave the plate with lamps around her younger brother
▷ (भावाला)(भाऊबीज) * sister (द्रुपदीला) enquire
▷ (पाठीचा)(बंधुराज) * (तिन)(ववाळला) how
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BhaubijThe day in Diwali when the sister waves the lamps in a plate of arati around her brother and he gives her a gift in her plate which is called ‘ovalani’
DraupadiThe most important female character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata.
[19] id = 36150
चिमटे भागीरथी - Chimte Bhagirathi
Village पिंप्री देशमुख - Pimpri Deshmukh
UVS-19-50 start 00:23 ➡ listen to section
बाई शेजी पुसती मया जरीच्या चोळीला
गेली होते दिवाळीला चंद्र मव्हा ववाळीला
bāī śējī pusatī mayā jarīcyā cōḷīlā
gēlī hōtē divāḷīlā candra mavhā vavāḷīlā
Neighbour woman asks about my brocade blouse
I had gone for Diwali*, I waved the plate with lamps around my brother
▷  Woman (शेजी)(पुसती)(मया)(जरीच्या)(चोळीला)
▷  Went (होते)(दिवाळीला)(चंद्र)(मव्हा)(ववाळीला)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[20] id = 34868
पवार सिंधु - Pawar Sindhu
Village सविंदणे - Savindane
UVS-11-45 start 02:13 ➡ listen to section
दिवाळीच्या दिशी बहिण भावाला ववाळी
आंदण मागयती गावा खालती गव्हाळी
divāḷīcyā diśī bahiṇa bhāvālā vavāḷī
āndaṇa māgayatī gāvā khālatī gavhāḷī
On Diwali* day, sister waves the plate with lamps around her brother
She asks for the field beyond the village as a gift
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) sister (भावाला)(ववाळी)
▷ (आंदण)(मागयती)(गावा)(खालती)(गव्हाळी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[21] id = 80062
भाबड जना - Bhabad Jana
Village कर्हे - Karhe
दिवाळी ग बाई बीगी बीगी येण
भाऊ भावजया मला ओवाळाया जाण
divāḷī ga bāī bīgī bīgī yēṇa
bhāū bhāvajayā malā ōvāḷāyā jāṇa
Diwali* festival will come soon
I have to go to wave a plate with lamps around my brothers and sisters-in-law
▷ (दिवाळी) * woman (बीगी)(बीगी)(येण)
▷  Brother (भावजया)(मला)(ओवाळाया)(जाण)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[22] id = 41071
जाधव तान्हा - Jadhav Tanha
Village खैरी - Khiri
दिवाळीबाई तुझं भीगी भीगी येण
पाठीचे बंदऊ यांना ओवाळाया जाणे
divāḷībāī tujhaṁ bhīgī bhīgī yēṇa
pāṭhīcē bandaū yānnā ōvāḷāyā jāṇē
Diwali* festival will come soon
I have to go to wave a plate with lamps around my younger brothers
▷ (दिवाळीबाई)(तुझं)(भीगी)(भीगी)(येण)
▷ (पाठीचे)(बंदऊ)(यांना)(ओवाळाया)(जाणे)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[23] id = 41784
कांबळे अंजना - Kamble Anjana
Village होनवडज - Honvadaj
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी माझ्या परातीत केळ
ओवाळीते तुझ बाळ माय माझे हरणे
divāḷīcyā divaśī mājhyā parātīta kēḷa
ōvāḷītē tujha bāḷa māya mājhē haraṇē
On Diwali* day, (he puts) a banana in my plate with lamps
I wave the plate with the lamps around your son, my dear mother
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी) my (परातीत) did
▷ (ओवाळीते) your son (माय)(माझे)(हरणे)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[24] id = 80066
उंडे पार्वती - Unde Parvati
Village मुठेवडगाव - Muthewadgaon
बाई दिवाळी दसरा माझ्या जिवाला आसरा
बंधुला ओवाळाया सण नाही ग तिसरा
bāī divāḷī dasarā mājhyā jivālā āsarā
bandhulā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī ga tisarā
Diwali* and Dassera* festival, they are a support for me
To wave the plate with lamps around brother, there is no other festival (brother is supposed to put something in the plate)
▷  Woman (दिवाळी)(दसरा) my (जिवाला)(आसरा)
▷ (बंधुला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not * (तिसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[25] id = 80723
भोई लक्ष्मी - Bhoi Laxmi
Village शिराळा - Shirala
दिवाळी बाई दिशी दिवा ठेवीते न्हानी आड
आई माझ्या मालनीचा ग मी ओवाळीला शाहीगड
divāḷī bāī diśī divā ṭhēvītē nhānī āḍa
āī mājhyā mālanīcā ga mī ōvāḷīlā śāhīgaḍa
On Diwali* day, I keep a lamp near the bathroom
I wave the plate with lamps around my very handsome and smart brother, my mother’s son
▷ (दिवाळी) woman (दिशी) lamp (ठेवीते)(न्हानी)(आड)
▷ (आई) my (मालनीचा) * I (ओवाळीला)(शाहीगड)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[26] id = 80724
कांबळे अनुसया - Kamble Anusuya
Village भंडारवाडी - Bhandarwadi
दिवाळीच्या दिशी नाही माझ्या मोती सर
बया तुझ बाळ ओवाळीला सावकार
divāḷīcyā diśī nāhī mājhyā mōtī sara
bayā tujha bāḷa ōvāḷīlā sāvakāra
On Diwali* day, I do not have a pearl necklace
Mother, I wave the plate with lamps around my rich brother
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) not my (मोती)(सर)
▷ (बया) your son (ओवाळीला)(सावकार)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[27] id = 103587
आगलावे पुष्पा - Aglave Pushpa
Village दारफळ - Darphal
दिवाळीचा दिवा माझ्या परातीमधी सोन
ओवाळीते तुझ तान
divāḷīcā divā mājhyā parātīmadhī sōna
ōvāḷītē tujha tāna
On Diwali* day, (he puts) a banana in my plate with lamps
I wave the plate with the lamps around your son, my mother
▷ (दिवाळीचा) lamp my (परातीमधी) gold
▷ (ओवाळीते) your (तान)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[28] id = 12479
कांबळे शाहू - Kamble Shahu
Village नांदगाव - Nandgaon
दिवाळी दसरा माझ्या कामाचा पसारा
बंधूला ववाळाया सण नाही तो दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā mājhyā kāmācā pasārā
bandhūlā vavāḷāyā saṇa nāhī tō dusarā
Diwali*, Dassera*, I have a lot of work to do
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा) my (कामाचा)(पसारा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ववाळाया)(सण) not (तो)(दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[29] id = 40376
भोसले इंदू - Bhosale Indu
Village उंदीरगाव - Undirgaon
दिवाळी दसरा कधी येईन बिचारा
भाऊला ग ओवाळाया सण नाही दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā kadhī yēīna bicārā
bhāūlā ga ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
When will Diwali* and Dassera* festivals come
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(कधी)(येईन)(बिचारा)
▷ (भाऊला) * (ओवाळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[30] id = 80727
बारबोले वच्छला - Barbole Vachalya
Village दारफळ - Darphal
दिवाळी बाय दिवशी माझ्या परातीमधी केळ
ववाळीते तान्ह बाळ माझा गवळणीच हरी
divāḷī bāya divaśī mājhyā parātīmadhī kēḷa
vavāḷītē tānha bāḷa mājhā gavaḷaṇīca harī
On Diwali* day, (he puts) a banana in my plate with lamps
I wave the plate with the lamps around your son, my mother
▷ (दिवाळी)(बाय)(दिवशी) my (परातीमधी) did
▷ (ववाळीते)(तान्ह) son my (गवळणीच)(हरी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[31] id = 53176
वराट सुभद्रा - Varat Subhadra
Village साकत - Saket
दिवाळीच्या दिशी बंधू ववाळीते तुला
दावणीची गाय मला बंधूजी माझ्या
divāḷīcyā diśī bandhū vavāḷītē tulā
dāvaṇīcī gāya malā bandhūjī mājhyā
On Diwali* day, I wave the plate with the lamps around you, brother
My brother gave me the cow tied in the shed
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) brother (ववाळीते) to_you
▷ (दावणीची)(गाय)(मला)(बंधूजी) my
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[32] id = 58624
अहिरे गोजरा - Ahire Gojara
Village पानेवाडी - Panewadi
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी ओवाळीते रागराग
बोलतो भाऊ माझ्या बहिणी उमजून सांग
divāḷīcyā divaśī ōvāḷītē rāgarāga
bōlatō bhāū mājhyā bahiṇī umajūna sāṅga
On Diwali* day, I wave the plate with the lamps angrily
Brother says, sister, please explain to me what is in your mind
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी)(ओवाळीते)(रागराग)
▷  Says brother my (बहिणी)(उमजून) with
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[33] id = 58625
मेदगे सावीत्री - Madege Savitri
Village अवदर - Awadar
दिवाळी दसरा माझ्या कामाचा पसारा
बंधूला ववाळाया सण नाही तिसरा
divāḷī dasarā mājhyā kāmācā pasārā
bandhūlā vavāḷāyā saṇa nāhī tisarā
For Diwali* and Dassera*, I have a lot of work to do
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा) my (कामाचा)(पसारा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ववाळाया)(सण) not (तिसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[34] id = 58626
नांदे राणू - Nande Ranu
Village मंजीरी - Manjiri
सणामंदी सण सण दिवाळी दसरा
बंधूला ववाळाया सण नाही दुसरा
saṇāmandī saṇa saṇa divāḷī dasarā
bandhūlā vavāḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
Amongst all festivals, Diwali* and Dassera* are the most important
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (सणामंदी)(सण)(सण)(दिवाळी)(दसरा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ववाळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[35] id = 58627
गंगावणे लक्ष्मी - Gangawne Lakshmi
Village ब्राम्हणगाव - Ramangaon
दिवाळी दसरा कधी येईन बिचारा
बंधू ओवाळाया सण नाही तो दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā kadhī yēīna bicārā
bandhū ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī tō dusarā
When will Diwali* and Dassera* festivals come
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(कधी)(येईन)(बिचारा)
▷  Brother (ओवाळाया)(सण) not (तो)(दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[36] id = 58628
त्रिभुवन तुळसा - Tribhuwan Tulsa
Village नगिना पिंपळगाव - Nagina Pimpalgaon
दिवाळी दसरा कधी येईल बिचारा
भावाला ओवाळाया सण नाही तो दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā kadhī yēīla bicārā
bhāvālā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī tō dusarā
When will Diwali* and Dassera* festivals come
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(कधी)(येईल)(बिचारा)
▷ (भावाला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (तो)(दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[37] id = 58629
बारबोले वच्छला - Barbole Vachalya
Village दारफळ - Darphal
सणामधी सण दिवाळी दसरा
बंधूला ओवाळाया सण नाही दुसरा
saṇāmadhī saṇa divāḷī dasarā
bandhūlā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
Amongst all festivals, Diwali* and Dassera* are the most important
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (सणामधी)(सण)(दिवाळी)(दसरा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[38] id = 78041
उदमले धुरपदा - Udmale Durpada
Village जवळा - Jawala
दिवाळी दसरा माझ्या कामाचा पसायारा
बंधुला ववाळाया सण नाही तिसरा
divāḷī dasarā mājhyā kāmācā pasāyārā
bandhulā vavāḷāyā saṇa nāhī tisarā
Diwali*, Dassera*, I have a lot of work to do
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा) my (कामाचा)(पसायारा)
▷ (बंधुला)(ववाळाया)(सण) not (तिसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[39] id = 58631
मंडलिक मंजुळा - Mandalik Manjula
Village साकोरा - Sakora
दिवशीन मूय नका परतावू सासरा
मना भाऊले ववायाले सण नाही दुसरा
divaśīna mūya nakā paratāvū sāsarā
manā bhāūlē vavāyālē saṇa nāhī dusarā
Don’t send me back to my in-laws’ house on Diwali* day
There is no other festival for me for waving the plate with lamps around my brot
▷ (दिवशीन)(मूय)(नका)(परतावू)(सासरा)
▷ (मना)(भाऊले)(ववायाले)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[40] id = 58632
मंडलिक मंजुळा - Mandalik Manjula
Village साकोरा - Sakora
दिवाळीचा सण माझ्या बाळाला लाविते कुकु
तान्ही माझी बाई ओवाळीते देशमुख
divāḷīcā saṇa mājhyā bāḷālā lāvitē kuku
tānhī mājhī bāī ōvāḷītē dēśamukha
T’s Diwali* festival, I apply kunku* on my son’s forehead
My little daughter waves the plate with lamps around Deshmukh*, her brother
▷ (दिवाळीचा)(सण) my (बाळाला)(लाविते) kunku
▷ (तान्ही) my daughter (ओवाळीते)(देशमुख)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
kunkuA red spot applied on the forehead by married women whose husband is alive as a mark of good fortune. This powder is also applied to God as a part of worship. It is prepared from turmeric, lemon juice, alum etc.
DeshmukhHereditary officer, head of a Pargana. Surname of a reputed family. But is also used for one’s father or uncle by the singers.
[41] id = 58633
साळुंखे सुमिता - Salunkhe Sumita
Village उंबडगा - Umbadga
दिवाळी दिशी माझ्या परातीत मोती
ओवाळीते तुमचा पती सीता मालन माझे
divāḷī diśī mājhyā parātīta mōtī
ōvāḷītē tumacā patī sītā mālana mājhē
On Diwali* day, (he puts) pearls in my plate with lamps
Sita , sister-in-law, I wave the plate with the lamps around your husband
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिशी) my (परातीत)(मोती)
▷ (ओवाळीते)(तुमचा)(पती) Sita (मालन)(माझे)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[42] id = 58634
साळुंखे सुमिता - Salunkhe Sumita
Village उंबडगा - Umbadga
दिवाळी दिशी माझ्या परातीत सोन
ओवाळीते तुझ तान्ह गवळण बाई माझे
divāḷī diśī mājhyā parātīta sōna
ōvāḷītē tujha tānha gavaḷaṇa bāī mājhē
On Diwali* day, (he puts) gold in my plate with lamps
I wave the plate with the lamps around your son, mother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिशी) my (परातीत) gold
▷ (ओवाळीते) your (तान्ह)(गवळण) woman (माझे)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[43] id = 58635
साळुंखे सुमिता - Salunkhe Sumita
Village उंबडगा - Umbadga
दिवाळीचा दिवा पराती माझ्या केळ
ओवाळील तुझ बाळ गवळण बाई माझी
divāḷīcā divā parātī mājhyā kēḷa
ōvāḷīla tujha bāḷa gavaḷaṇa bāī mājhī
On Diwali* day, (he puts) a banana in my plate with lamps
I wave the plate with the lamps around your son, my mother
▷ (दिवाळीचा) lamp (पराती) my did
▷ (ओवाळील) your son (गवळण) woman my
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[44] id = 58636
साळुंखे सुमिता - Salunkhe Sumita
Village उंबडगा - Umbadga
दिवाळीचा दिवा ठेविते आडभिती
ओवाळीते तुमचा पती सीता मालने माझे
divāḷīcā divā ṭhēvitē āḍabhitī
ōvāḷītē tumacā patī sītā mālanē mājhē
Diwali* lamps, I keep them sheltered by the wall
Sita, sister-in-law, I wave the plate with the lamps around your husband
▷ (दिवाळीचा) lamp (ठेविते)(आडभिती)
▷ (ओवाळीते)(तुमचा)(पती) Sita (मालने)(माझे)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[45] id = 58640
ढेरे अहिल्या - Dhere Ahilya
Village बोडखा - Bodkha
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी काय वोवाळू लोकाला
सोईर्याला माझा भार घालीते सख्याला
divāḷīcyā divaśī kāya vōvāḷū lōkālā
sōīryālā mājhā bhāra ghālītē sakhyālā
On Diwali* day, why should I wave the lamps around someone else
I can wave the plate around my brother, why should I place the burden of a gift on others
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी) why (वोवाळू)(लोकाला)
▷ (सोईर्याला) my (भार)(घालीते)(सख्याला)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[46] id = 58641
दळवी संगीता - Dalvi Sangita
Village पारगाव - Pargaon
सणामधी सण दिवाळी दसरा
बंधूला ओवाळाया सण नाही दुसरा
saṇāmadhī saṇa divāḷī dasarā
bandhūlā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
Amongst all festivals, Diwali* and Dassera* are the most important
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (सणामधी)(सण)(दिवाळी)(दसरा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[47] id = 58642
मोरे रेश्मा - More Reshma
Village साकोरा - Sakora
माहेरी दिवाळीच मूळ परतवू सासर्या
भाऊले ओवाळाया सण नाही दुसरा
māhērī divāḷīca mūḷa paratavū sāsaryā
bhāūlē ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
He has come to fetch me for Diwali*, don’t send him back
There is no other festival for waving the lamps around brother
▷ (माहेरी)(दिवाळीच) children (परतवू)(सासर्या)
▷ (भाऊले)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[48] id = 58643
खळदकर मुक्ताबाई शिवाजीराव - Khaladkar Muktabai Shivajirao
Village खळद - Khalad
सणा या मधी सण दिवाळी दसरा
बंधूला ववळाया सण नाही तिसरा
saṇā yā madhī saṇa divāḷī dasarā
bandhūlā vavaḷāyā saṇa nāhī tisarā
Amongst all festivals, Diwali* and Dassera* are the most important
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (सणा)(या)(मधी)(सण)(दिवाळी)(दसरा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ववळाया)(सण) not (तिसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[49] id = 58644
कसोटे कमल अमर - Kasote Kamal Amar
Village चितळी - Chitali
दिवाळी दसरा कधी येईल बिचारा
बंधु का ओवाळाया सण नाही ग दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā kadhī yēīla bicārā
bandhu kā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī ga dusarā
When will Diwali* and Dassera* festivals come
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(कधी)(येईल)(बिचारा)
▷  Brother (का)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not * (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[50] id = 58645
बनसोडे शांता - Bansode Shanta
Village जामगांव - Jamgaon
दिवाळी ग दसरा कधी येईल बिचारा
भावाला ओवाळायाला सण नाही दुसरा
divāḷī ga dasarā kadhī yēīla bicārā
bhāvālā ōvāḷāyālā saṇa nāhī dusarā
When will Diwali* and Dassera* festivals come
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी) * (दसरा)(कधी)(येईल)(बिचारा)
▷ (भावाला)(ओवाळायाला)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[51] id = 80757
कुलकर्णी वनमाला - Kulkarni Vanmala
Village मंठाळेनगर - Manthalenagar
उंचाच्या वसरीला कंदील झोके खातो
बहिण भावाला अोवाळीते
uñcācyā vasarīlā kandīla jhōkē khātō
bahiṇa bhāvālā aōvāḷītē
High in the veranda, a lantern is swinging
Sister is waving the plate with lamps around brother
▷ (उंचाच्या)(वसरीला)(कंदील)(झोके)(खातो)
▷  Sister (भावाला)(अोवाळीते)
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[52] id = 59668
ति्रभुवन वच्छला - Tribhuvan Vachalya
Village चोर वाघलगाव - Chor Vaghalgaon
दिवाळी दसरा कधी येईन बिचारा
भाऊला ओवाळाया सन नई तो दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā kadhī yēīna bicārā
bhāūlā ōvāḷāyā sana naī tō dusarā
When will Diwali* and Dassera* festivals come
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(कधी)(येईन)(बिचारा)
▷ (भाऊला)(ओवाळाया)(सन)(नई)(तो)(दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[53] id = 59672
कांबळे अनुसया - Kamble Anusuya
Village भंडारवाडी - Bhandarwadi
आला दिवाळी दसरा माझ्या कामाचा पसारा
बंधूला ओवाळाया सण नाही तो तिसरा
ālā divāḷī dasarā mājhyā kāmācā pasārā
bandhūlā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī tō tisarā
Diwali*, Dassera*, I have a lot of work to do
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷  Here_comes (दिवाळी)(दसरा) my (कामाचा)(पसारा)
▷ (बंधूला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (तो)(तिसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[54] id = 59673
कांबळे अनुसया - Kamble Anusuya
Village भंडारवाडी - Bhandarwadi
दिवाळीच्या दिशी नारी माझ्या केळ फणी
बया तुझ बाळ ओवाळीते माझ धनी
divāḷīcyā diśī nārī mājhyā kēḷa phaṇī
bayā tujha bāḷa ōvāḷītē mājha dhanī
On Diwali* day, there are sweets to eat and it’s an occasion for dressing up, wearing ornaments
Mother, I wave the plate with lamps around your son and my husband
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी)(नारी) my did (फणी)
▷ (बया) your son (ओवाळीते) my (धनी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[55] id = 59674
कांबळे अनुसया - Kamble Anusuya
Village भंडारवाडी - Bhandarwadi
दिवाळी दसरा माझ्या कामायाची घात
दादा नला ओवाळाया जाईल एक रात
divāḷī dasarā mājhyā kāmāyācī ghāta
dādā nalā ōvāḷāyā jāīla ēka rāta
I have too much work during Diwali* and Dassera*
If I go to wave the plate with lamps around my brother, it will take one night
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा) my (कामायाची)(घात)
▷ (दादा)(नला)(ओवाळाया) will_go (एक)(रात)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[56] id = 103588
आगलावे पुष्पा - Aglave Pushpa
Village दारफळ - Darphal
दिवाळीचा दिशी माझ्या परातीमधी सोन
अोवाळीते तुझ तान
divāḷīcā diśī mājhyā parātīmadhī sōna
aōvāḷītē tujha tāna
On Diwali* day, (he puts) gold in my plate with lamps
I wave the plate with the lamps around your son, mother
▷ (दिवाळीचा)(दिशी) my (परातीमधी) gold
▷ (अोवाळीते) your (तान)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[57] id = 64493
शिंदे यमुना - Shinde Yamuna
Village बाभळगाव - Babhalgaon
सणामधी सण दिवाळी दसरा
माझ्या बंधुला ओवाळाया सण नाही तिसरा
saṇāmadhī saṇa divāḷī dasarā
mājhyā bandhulā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī tisarā
Amongst all festivals, Diwali* and Dassera* are the most important
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (सणामधी)(सण)(दिवाळी)(दसरा)
▷  My (बंधुला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (तिसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[58] id = 64494
रणपिसे अंजना - Ranpise Anjana
Village ममदापूर - Mamadapur
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी भाऊ ओवाळीते तुला
डोईचा रुमाल चोळी शिवलाची मला
divāḷīcyā divaśī bhāū ōvāḷītē tulā
ḍōīcā rumāla cōḷī śivalācī malā
On Diwali* day, brother, I wave the plate with lamps around you
He stitched a blouse for me from the material of his head scarf
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी) brother (ओवाळीते) to_you
▷ (डोईचा)(रुमाल) blouse (शिवलाची)(मला)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[59] id = 103589
साळुंखे सुमिता - Salunkhe Sumita
Village उंबडगा - Umbadga
चांदीचे निरांजन काढीले दिवाळीला
बापलेक ओवाळाला भाऊभाच्याला माझ्या
cāndīcē nirāñjana kāḍhīlē divāḷīlā
bāpalēka ōvāḷālā bhāūbhācyālā mājhyā
Silver oil lamps, I took them out for Diwali*
I waved the plate with lamps around my father and son, brother and nephew
▷ (चांदीचे)(निरांजन)(काढीले)(दिवाळीला)
▷ (बापलेक)(ओवाळाला)(भाऊभाच्याला) my
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[60] id = 104911
मळेकर अनुसुया तुळशीराम - Malekar Anusuya Tulshiram
Village मळे - Male
दिवाळी दसरा माझ्या जिवाला आसरा
बंधुला ओवाळाया सण नाही दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā mājhyā jivālā āsarā
bandhulā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
Diwali* and Dassera* festival, they are a support for me
To wave the plate with lamps around brother, there is no other festival (brother is supposed to put something in the plate)
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा) my (जिवाला)(आसरा)
▷ (बंधुला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[61] id = 64497
पवार सिता - Pawar Sita
Village नगरफूल - Nagarphul
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी ओवाळीते भाऊराया
इडा पिडा बळीचे राज्य तुला
divāḷīcyā divaśī ōvāḷītē bhāūrāyā
iḍā piḍā baḷīcē rājya tulā
On Diwali* day, I wave the plate with lamps around you, brother
Let nothing evil befall you, may you always prosper
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी)(ओवाळीते)(भाऊराया)
▷ (इडा)(पिडा)(बळीचे)(राज्य) to_you
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[62] id = 64498
गुरसाळे हिरा - Gursale Hira
Village खोकरमळा - Khokarmala
दिवाळीच्या दिशी बंधु वोवाळीते तुला
दावणीची गाय मला
divāḷīcyā diśī bandhu vōvāḷītē tulā
dāvaṇīcī gāya malā
On Diwali* day, I wave the plate with the lamps around you, brother
My brother gave me the cow tied in the shed
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) brother (वोवाळीते) to_you
▷ (दावणीची)(गाय)(मला)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[63] id = 64499
अहिरे गोजरा - Ahire Gojara
Village पानेवाडी - Panewadi
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी बहिण भावाला ओवाळी
अशी देऊ केली गावाखालची गव्हाळी
divāḷīcyā divaśī bahiṇa bhāvālā ōvāḷī
aśī dēū kēlī gāvākhālacī gavhāḷī
On Diwali* day, sister waves the plate with lamps around her brother
She asks for the wheat field beyond the village as a gift
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी) sister (भावाला)(ओवाळी)
▷ (अशी)(देऊ) shouted (गावाखालची)(गव्हाळी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[64] id = 104915
झोडगे अंबीका किसन - Zodge Ambika Kisan
Village कानडी - Kanadi
दिवाळीच्या दिशी बंधु ववाळीते तुला
दावणीची गाय मला
divāḷīcyā diśī bandhu vavāḷītē tulā
dāvaṇīcī gāya malā
On Diwali* day, I wave the plate with the lamps around you, brother
My brother gave me the cow tied in the shed
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) brother (ववाळीते) to_you
▷ (दावणीची)(गाय)(मला)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[65] id = 104916
खाडे शांता - Khade Shanta
Village नागलगाव - Nagalgaon
दिपवाळीचा बाई दिवा मी ववाळीला कवा
चंद्र मधला आला तवा भाऊ भाचे माझ्या
dipavāḷīcā bāī divā mī vavāḷīlā kavā
candra madhalā ālā tavā bhāū bhācē mājhyā
When did I wave the plate with lamps for Diwali*
I waved the plate around brother and nephews when the moon was overhead
▷ (दिपवाळीचा) woman lamp I (ववाळीला)(कवा)
▷ (चंद्र)(मधला) here_comes (तवा) brother (भाचे) my
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[66] id = 64926
हजुरे सिंधू - Hajure Sindhu
Village महातपूर - Mahatpur
हिग शेवग्याची शेंग वार्यावरी झोका घेती
बहिण भावाला ओवाळीती
higa śēvagyācī śēṅga vāryāvarī jhōkā ghētī
bahiṇa bhāvālā ōvāḷītī
Drumstick beans are swinging with the breeze
Sister waves the plate with lamps around her brother
▷ (हिग)(शेवग्याची)(शेंग)(वार्यावरी)(झोका)(घेती)
▷  Sister (भावाला)(ओवाळीती)
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[67] id = 67160
आगलावे पुष्पा - Aglave Pushpa
Village दारफळ - Darphal
दिवाळी बाई माझ्या परातीमधी केळ
ओवाळीते तुझ बाळ गवळण बाईस
divāḷī bāī mājhyā parātīmadhī kēḷa
ōvāḷītē tujha bāḷa gavaḷaṇa bāīsa
On Diwali* day, (he puts) a banana in my plate with lamps
I wave the plate with the lamps around your son, my mother
▷ (दिवाळी) woman my (परातीमधी) did
▷ (ओवाळीते) your son (गवळण)(बाईस)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[68] id = 67910
गंगवणे मंदाकीनी - Gangavane Mandakini
Village लोणी - Loni
सणामधी सण सण दिवाळी दसरा
बंधुला ओवाळाया सण नाही दुसरा
saṇāmadhī saṇa saṇa divāḷī dasarā
bandhulā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
Amongst all festivals, Diwali* and Dassera* are the most important
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (सणामधी)(सण)(सण)(दिवाळी)(दसरा)
▷ (बंधुला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[69] id = 68691
पवार धोंडा - Pawar Dhonda
Village मालुंजा - Malunga
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी भाऊ ववळीती तुला
जरी काठ चोळी मला
divāḷīcyā divaśī bhāū vavaḷītī tulā
jarī kāṭha cōḷī malā
On Diwali* day, I wave the plate with lamps around my brother
He gives me a blouse with brocade border
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी) brother (ववळीती) to_you
▷ (जरी)(काठ) blouse (मला)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[70] id = 68764
साबणे गंगुबाई अण्णा - Sabane Gangu Anna
Village इचलकरंजी - Ichalkaranji
दिवाळी दिशी दिव करीते कणकेचा
माझ्या बयाच पुत्र ववाळी जानकीचा
divāḷī diśī diva karītē kaṇakēcā
mājhyā bayāca putra vavāḷī jānakīcā
On Diwali* day, I make a lamp with wheat flour mixed in water
I wave it around my brother, my mother Janaki’s diamond
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिशी) lamp I_prepare (कणकेचा)
▷  My (बयाच)(पुत्र)(ववाळी)(जानकीचा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[71] id = 68765
केंगार लक्ष्मीबाई केशव - Kengar Lakshmi Keshav
Village जाकापूर - Jakapur
दिवाबीळीच्या दिशी दिवा माझा कणकीचा
मावली माझी बया पुजा ववाळी जानकीचा
divābīḷīcyā diśī divā mājhā kaṇakīcā
māvalī mājhī bayā pujā vavāḷī jānakīcā
On Diwali* day, I make a lamp with wheat flour mixed in water
I wave it around my brother, my mother Janaki’s diamond
▷ (दिवाबीळीच्या)(दिशी) lamp my (कणकीचा)
▷ (मावली) my (बया) worship (ववाळी)(जानकीचा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[72] id = 69279
पाटील वच्छला विठ्ठल - Patil VachalaVittal
Village गिधाडे - Gidhade
दिवाईना मुरयी नका विशवा सासरा
बंधु हे ओवळताना सण नाही दुसरा
divāīnā murayī nakā viśavā sāsarā
bandhu hē ōvaḷatānā saṇa nāhī dusarā
Murali* who comes for Diwali*, don’t send him back
There is no other festival to wave lamps around my brother
▷ (दिवाईना)(मुरयी)(नका)(विशवा)(सासरा)
▷  Brother (हे)(ओवळताना)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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murali ➡ muralis1) Girls dedicated to Khandoba. They act as his courtesans. (Now the practice of marrying girls to Khandoba is illegal)
2) A person who is sent to fetch and accompany a newly married girl from the parental home or the in-laws’ home
DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[73] id = 69308
आगलावे पुष्पा - Aglave Pushpa
Village दारफळ - Darphal
दिवाळी दिशी घंगाळमधी गड
बहिण बंधुनी ओवाळती शहीगड
divāḷī diśī ghaṅgāḷamadhī gaḍa
bahiṇa bandhunī ōvāḷatī śahīgaḍa
On Diwali* day, brother and his son have bath from the water in the round vessel
Sister waved the plate with lamps around her very handsome and smart brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिशी)(घंगाळमधी)(गड)
▷  Sister (बंधुनी)(ओवाळती)(शहीगड)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[74] id = 104918
जाधव हौसाबाई - Jadhav Hausa
Village बिरजवाडी - Birajvadi
दिवाळी दिशी बहिण भावाला ववाळी
अशी देऊ केली गावा खालती गवाळी
divāḷī diśī bahiṇa bhāvālā vavāḷī
aśī dēū kēlī gāvā khālatī gavāḷī
On Diwali* day, sister waves the plate with lamps around her brother
He gave the wheat field beyond the village as a gift
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिशी) sister (भावाला)(ववाळी)
▷ (अशी)(देऊ) shouted (गावा)(खालती)(गवाळी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[75] id = 69339
देशमुख निर्मला - Deshmukh Nirmala
Village पानगाव - Pangaon
दिवाळीचा दिवा ठेविते न्हानीवरी
बहिण भावाला ओवाळीती
divāḷīcā divā ṭhēvitē nhānīvarī
bahiṇa bhāvālā ōvāḷītī
Diwali* lamp, I keep it in the bathroom
Sister waves the plate with lamps around her brother
▷ (दिवाळीचा) lamp (ठेविते)(न्हानीवरी)
▷  Sister (भावाला)(ओवाळीती)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[76] id = 69341
वाळके मंदोदरी - Walke Mandodari
Village दारफळ - Darphal
दिवाळीचा दिवा तुझ्या परातीत आहे केळ
मी अोवाळील तुझी बाळ गवळण बाई माझी
divāḷīcā divā tujhyā parātīta āhē kēḷa
mī aōvāḷīla tujhī bāḷa gavaḷaṇa bāī mājhī
On Diwali* day, (he puts) a banana in my plate with lamps
I wave the plate with the lamps around your son, my mother
▷ (दिवाळीचा) lamp your (परातीत)(आहे) did
▷  I (अोवाळील)(तुझी) son (गवळण) woman my
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[77] id = 72576
जोगदंड तारा - Jogdand Tara
Village पुणतांबा - Puntamba
दिवाळी दसरा कधी येईन बिचारा
भाऊला ववळाया सण नाही दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā kadhī yēīna bicārā
bhāūlā vavaḷāyā saṇa nāhī dusarā
When will Diwali* and Dassera* festivals come
There is no other festival to wave the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(कधी)(येईन)(बिचारा)
▷ (भाऊला)(ववळाया)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[78] id = 73118
बारबोले वच्छला - Barbole Vachalya
Village दारफळ - Darphal
दिवाळी बाय दिवशी माझी परात आली जड
ओवाळीते शाही घढ माझ्या गवळणीचे हरी
divāḷī bāya divaśī mājhī parāta ālī jaḍa
ōvāḷītē śāhī ghaḍha mājhyā gavaḷaṇīcē harī
On Diwali* day, my plate with lamps is heavy
I wave the plate with lamps around my very handsome and smart brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(बाय)(दिवशी) my (परात) has_come (जड)
▷ (ओवाळीते)(शाही)(घढ) my (गवळणीचे)(हरी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[79] id = 73122
बारबोले वच्छला - Barbole Vachalya
Village दारफळ - Darphal
दिवाळी बाई दिशी ओवाळीते सख्या तुला
पयील्या येताची गाय मला ओवाळीते सख्या तुला
divāḷī bāī diśī ōvāḷītē sakhyā tulā
payīlyā yētācī gāya malā ōvāḷītē sakhyā tulā
On Diwali* day, I wave the plate with lamps around you, dear brother
Give me the cow with the first lactation as a gift
▷ (दिवाळी) woman (दिशी)(ओवाळीते)(सख्या) to_you
▷ (पयील्या)(येताची)(गाय)(मला)(ओवाळीते)(सख्या) to_you
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[80] id = 73171
कुमावत छबू - Kumawat Chabu
Village बोरसर - Borsar
दिवाळी दिवाळी बहिण भावाला अोवाळी
आंदन दिला बाई गावा खालत गव्हाळी
divāḷī divāḷī bahiṇa bhāvālā aōvāḷī
āndana dilā bāī gāvā khālata gavhāḷī
On Diwali* day, sister waves the plate with lamps around her brother
He gave the wheat field beyond the village as a gift
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिवाळी) sister (भावाला)(अोवाळी)
▷ (आंदन)(दिला) woman (गावा)(खालत)(गव्हाळी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[81] id = 104961
जाधव वत्सला - Jadhav Vatsala
Village पुणतांबा - Puntamba
चवथीच्या दिवशी भाऊ माझा रानामधी
ओवाळीते चंद्र नागलीच्या पानावरी
cavathīcyā divaśī bhāū mājhā rānāmadhī
ōvāḷītē candra nāgalīcyā pānāvarī
On the fourth day of the month, my brother was in the field
I wave the plate around the moon with a betel-leaf
▷ (चवथीच्या)(दिवशी) brother my (रानामधी)
▷ (ओवाळीते)(चंद्र)(नागलीच्या)(पानावरी)
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[82] id = 105000
महाबोले बाई - Mahabole Bai
Village नळदुर्ग - Naldurg
दिवाळीचा दिवा ववाळीला कवा
चंद्र मावळला तवा
divāḷīcā divā vavāḷīlā kavā
candra māvaḷalā tavā
When did I wave the plate with Diwali* lamps
At the time when the moon was setting
▷ (दिवाळीचा) lamp (ववाळीला)(कवा)
▷ (चंद्र)(मावळला)(तवा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[83] id = 75152
पाटील जिजा - Patil Jija
Village गिधाडे - Gidhade
दिवाई दसरा बहिण इशीरे
पिजारा दादा भाऊले वायलना सन नहिना दुसरा
divāī dasarā bahiṇa iśīrē
pijārā dādā bhāūlē vāyalanā sana nahinā dusarā
Diwali*, Dassera*, sisters wait for them
There is no other festival to wave the plate with the lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाई)(दसरा) sister (इशीरे)
▷ (पिजारा)(दादा)(भाऊले)(वायलना)(सन)(नहिना)(दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[84] id = 75492
बारंगुळे सोना ज्ञानदेव - Barangule Sona D.
Village शेलगाव - Shelgaon
सोन्याच बिलवर सया म्हणती कवा केल
दिवाळीला ओवाळील बंधवाला माझ्या
sōnyāca bilavara sayā mhaṇatī kavā kēla
divāḷīlā ōvāḷīla bandhavālā mājhyā
Friends ask, when did you make bilwar*
When I waved the lamps around my brother in Diwali*
▷  Of_gold (बिलवर)(सया)(म्हणती)(कवा) did
▷ (दिवाळीला)(ओवाळील)(बंधवाला) my
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bilwarA type of gold bracelets
DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[85] id = 77968
डोंगरे अलका - Dongare Alka
Village आडगाव - Adgaon
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी माझी परात झाली जड
ओवाळीला शाहीगड
divāḷīcyā divaśī mājhī parāta jhālī jaḍa
ōvāḷīlā śāhīgaḍa
On Diwali* day, my plate with lamps is heavy
I wave the plate with lamps around her very handsome and smart brother
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी) my (परात) has_come (जड)
▷ (ओवाळीला)(शाहीगड)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[86] id = 77975
ठाकुर मैना - Thakur maina
Village पेडगाव - Pedgaon
दिवाळीच्या दिशी परातीत मोती
सिता माझ्या मालनी ओवाळीते तुझे पती
divāḷīcyā diśī parātīta mōtī
sitā mājhyā mālanī ōvāḷītē tujhē patī
On Diwali* day, (he puts) pearls in my plate with lamps
Sita , sister-in-law, I wave the plate with the lamps around your husband
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी)(परातीत)(मोती)
▷  Sita my (मालनी)(ओवाळीते)(तुझे)(पती)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[87] id = 77976
ठाकुर मैना - Thakur maina
Village पेडगाव - Pedgaon
दिवाळीच्या दिशी परातीत केळ
मावलीच्या माझ्या ओवाळीते हरिणीचे बाळ
divāḷīcyā diśī parātīta kēḷa
māvalīcyā mājhyā ōvāḷītē hariṇīcē bāḷa
On Diwali* day, (he puts) a banana in my plate with lamps
I wave the plate with the lamps around your son, my mother
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी)(परातीत) did
▷ (मावलीच्या) my (ओवाळीते)(हरिणीचे) son
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[88] id = 77978
गायकवाड अलका - Gaykwad Alka
Village मानवली - Manawali
दिवाळीच्या दिशी िंचधीला चिंधी देते गाठी
नेनंत्या बंधुसाठी भावजय घेते ताटी
divāḷīcyā diśī iñcadhīlā cindhī dētē gāṭhī
nēnantyā bandhusāṭhī bhāvajaya ghētē tāṭī
On Diwali* day, keep the bickering aside
For my younger brother’s sake, I am nice to my sister-in-law
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी)(िंचधीला) rag give (गाठी)
▷ (नेनंत्या)(बंधुसाठी)(भावजय)(घेते)(ताटी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[89] id = 77984
धुमरे उर्मिला - Dhumre Urmila
Village धामणगाव - Dhamangaon
दिवाळी दिशी न्हानी बाईने केल तळ
माता तुझ्या गवळणीने ओवाळील तुझ तान्ह
divāḷī diśī nhānī bāīnē kēla taḷa
mātā tujhyā gavaḷaṇīnē ōvāḷīla tujha tānha
On Diwali* day, the bathroom was turned into a lake
Mother, your daughter waved the plate with lamps around your little son
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिशी)(न्हानी)(बाईने) did (तळ)
▷ (माता) your (गवळणीने)(ओवाळील) your (तान्ह)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[90] id = 78008
शेडगे रखमाबाई देवराम - Shedge Rakhama Devram
Village नानगाव - Nangaon
भावाला भाऊबीज बहिण धुरपदीने केली
ओवाळाया गेली माळ पुतळीची दिली
bhāvālā bhāūbīja bahiṇa dhurapadīnē kēlī
ōvāḷāyā gēlī māḷa putaḷīcī dilī
Sister Draupadi* celebrated her brother’s Bhaubij*
She went to wave the plate with lamps, (he put) a necklace with gold coins
▷ (भावाला)(भाऊबीज) sister (धुरपदीने) shouted
▷ (ओवाळाया) went (माळ)(पुतळीची)(दिली)
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DraupadiThe most important female character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata.
BhaubijThe day in Diwali when the sister waves the lamps in a plate of arati around her brother and he gives her a gift in her plate which is called ‘ovalani’
[91] id = 78036
उदमले धुरपदा - Udmale Durpada
Village जवळा - Jawala
दिवाळी दिशी तबकी माझ्या अनारस
गवळणबाईच ओवाळील भाऊ भास
divāḷī diśī tabakī mājhyā anārasa
gavaḷaṇabāīca ōvāḷīla bhāū bhāsa
On Diwali* day, (he put) anarasa (a kind of sweet) in my plate with lamps
Sister waved the plate with lamps around her brother and nephew
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिशी)(तबकी) my (अनारस)
▷ (गवळणबाईच)(ओवाळील) brother (भास)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[92] id = 105005
महाबोले बाई - Mahabole Bai
Village नळदुर्ग - Naldurg
दिवाळीच्या दिवा ववाळीला पारवती
जर खणाळ चोळी हाती
divāḷīcyā divā vavāḷīlā pāravatī
jara khaṇāḷa cōḷī hātī
On Diwali* day, Parvati waves the plate with lamps
(Brother) has a brocade blouse-piece in hand
▷ (दिवाळीच्या) lamp (ववाळीला)(पारवती)
▷ (जर)(खणाळ) blouse (हाती)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[93] id = 105016
कांगणे श्रीराम - Kangane Shriram
Village झेंडेवाडी - Zendewadi
दिवाळी दसरा एका महिन्याची तिथ
आता माझा बंधु ववाळीते पालखीत
divāḷī dasarā ēkā mahinyācī titha
ātā mājhā bandhu vavāḷītē pālakhīta
Diwali* and Dassera* fall in the same month
Now, I wave the plate with lamps around my brother with great pomp
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(एका)(महिन्याची)(तिथ)
▷ (आता) my brother (ववाळीते)(पालखीत)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[94] id = 105107
उदमले धुरपदा - Udmale Durpada
Village जवळा - Jawala
दिवाळीचा दिवा मया ववाळीला कवा
चंद्र मधाला आला तवा
divāḷīcā divā mayā vavāḷīlā kavā
candra madhālā ālā tavā
When did I wave the plate with lamps for Diwali*
I waved the plate around brother and nephews when the moon was overhead
▷ (दिवाळीचा) lamp (मया)(ववाळीला)(कवा)
▷ (चंद्र)(मधाला) here_comes (तवा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[95] id = 106286
कामथे धोंडाबाई गणपत - Kamthe Dhonda Ganpat
Village खळद - Khalad
भावाला भाऊबीज बहिण दुरपतीला पुसा
आकासी चांद सुर्य हिन ओवाळीला कसा
bhāvālā bhāūbīja bahiṇa durapatīlā pusā
ākāsī cānda surya hina ōvāḷīlā kasā
Bhaubij* for brother, ask sister Draupadi*
How did she wave the plate with lamps around the sun and the moon in the sky
▷ (भावाला)(भाऊबीज) sister (दुरपतीला) enquire
▷ (आकासी)(चांद)(सुर्य)(हिन)(ओवाळीला) how
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BhaubijThe day in Diwali when the sister waves the lamps in a plate of arati around her brother and he gives her a gift in her plate which is called ‘ovalani’
DraupadiThe most important female character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata.
[96] id = 78042
उदमले धुरपदा - Udmale Durpada
Village जवळा - Jawala
कामाची काय घात मी करते रातरीत
दिवाळीची भाऊबीज बंधु ओवाळीते आरतीत
kāmācī kāya ghāta mī karatē rātarīta
divāḷīcī bhāūbīja bandhu ōvāḷītē āratīta
I do a lot of work at night
Diwali* Bhaubij*, I wave the plate with lamps around my brother
▷ (कामाची) why (घात) I (करते)(रातरीत)
▷ (दिवाळीची)(भाऊबीज) brother (ओवाळीते)(आरतीत)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
BhaubijThe day in Diwali when the sister waves the lamps in a plate of arati around her brother and he gives her a gift in her plate which is called ‘ovalani’
[97] id = 79863
घोडे - Ghode
Village सविंदणे - Savindane
दिवाळीच्या दिशी ववाळीते मेंढवाडा
सांगते बंधु तुला घेते तुझी ईडापीडा
divāḷīcyā diśī vavāḷītē mēṇḍhavāḍā
sāṅgatē bandhu tulā ghētē tujhī īḍāpīḍā
On Diwali* day, I wave the plate with the lamps around the pen for sheep
I tell you, brother, I ward off all the evil for your sake
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी)(ववाळीते)(मेंढवाडा)
▷  I_tell brother to_you (घेते)(तुझी)(ईडापीडा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[98] id = 79943
गोसावी अंजना - Gosavi Anjana
Village दारफळ - Darphal
अशी दिवाळीच्या दिशी माझी परात झाली जड
अन् मी ओवाळीला शाही गड
aśī divāḷīcyā diśī mājhī parāta jhālī jaḍa
an mī ōvāḷīlā śāhī gaḍa
On Diwali* day, my plate with lamps is heavy
I wave the plate with lamps around her very handsome and smart brother
▷ (अशी)(दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) my (परात) has_come (जड)
▷ (अन्) I (ओवाळीला)(शाही)(गड)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[99] id = 110495
तळेकर हरणाबाई मुरलीधर - Talekar Harana muralidhar
Village धोंदलगाव - Dhondalgaon
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी माझ्या थाळीमधे लाह्या
ओवाळुन आले भावासंगे भावजया
divāḷīcyā divaśī mājhyā thāḷīmadhē lāhyā
ōvāḷuna ālē bhāvāsaṅgē bhāvajayā
On Diwali* day, he puts popcorns in my plate with lamps
I came back after waving the lamps around my brother along with my sister-in-law
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी) my (थाळीमधे)(लाह्या)
▷ (ओवाळुन) here_comes (भावासंगे)(भावजया)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[100] id = 110496
रननवरे तान्हाबाई दादाजी - Rananaware Tanhabai Dadaji
Village भोकर - Bhokar
दिवाळी दिवशी माझ्या थाळा भरतो लाह्या
येवढ्या ओवाळीते बावा संगे भावजया
divāḷī divaśī mājhyā thāḷā bharatō lāhyā
yēvaḍhyā ōvāḷītē bāvā saṅgē bhāvajayā
On Diwali* day, he puts popcorns in my plate with lamps
I came back after waving the lamps around my brother along with my sister-in-law
▷ (दिवाळी)(दिवशी) my (थाळा)(भरतो)(लाह्या)
▷ (येवढ्या)(ओवाळीते)(बावा) with (भावजया)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[101] id = 110497
जोगदंड मालन - Jogdand Malan
Village पुणतांबा - Puntamba
दिवाळीच्या दिवशी माझ्या थाळीमधे चोळी
भाऊ भावजया ओवाळया
divāḷīcyā divaśī mājhyā thāḷīmadhē cōḷī
bhāū bhāvajayā ōvāḷayā
On Diwali* day, he puts a blouse in my plate with lamps
I came back after waving the lamps around my brother along with my sister-in-law
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिवशी) my (थाळीमधे) blouse
▷  Brother (भावजया)(ओवाळया)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[102] id = 110498
फुंदे गंगुबाई तबाजी - Funde gangu
Village महीर - Mahir
दिवाळीच्या दिशी नाही ववळीले लोकाला
माझ्या या बंधवाला भर घातला सक्याला
divāḷīcyā diśī nāhī vavaḷīlē lōkālā
mājhyā yā bandhavālā bhara ghātalā sakyālā
On Diwali* day, I did not wave the plate with lamps around just somebody
I made my brother agree to come
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) not (ववळीले)(लोकाला)
▷  My (या)(बंधवाला)(भर)(घातला)(सक्याला)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[103] id = 110499
गुरव ज्योती - Gurav Jyoti
Village गुरववाडी - Guravwadi
दिवाळीच्या दिशी बंधु ओवाळीते नाहनी पाशी
देव केल्या त्या गाया म्हशी
divāḷīcyā diśī bandhu ōvāḷītē nāhanī pāśī
dēva kēlyā tyā gāyā mhaśī
On Diwali* day, I waves the plate with lamps around my brother near the bathroom
He gave me cows and buffaloes
▷ (दिवाळीच्या)(दिशी) brother (ओवाळीते)(नाहनी)(पाशी)
▷ (देव)(केल्या)(त्या)(गाया)(म्हशी)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[104] id = 110500
त्रिभुवन वेणू - Tribhuwan Venu
Village पुणतांबा - Puntamba
दिवाळी दसरा कधी येईल बिचारा
बंधुला ववळायाला सण नाही दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā kadhī yēīla bicārā
bandhulā vavaḷāyālā saṇa nāhī dusarā
When will Diwali* and Dassera* come
There is no other festival to wave the plate with lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(कधी)(येईल)(बिचारा)
▷ (बंधुला)(ववळायाला)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera
[105] id = 110501
पाटील आफ्रूका - Patil Aafurka
Village गिधाडे - Gidhade
दिवाळी मुई नको फिरवु सासरा
मना भाऊले ओवाळाया सन नही से दुसरा
divāḷī muī nakō phiravu sāsarā
manā bhāūlē ōvāḷāyā sana nahī sē dusarā
Murali* who has come for Diwali*, don’t send him back
There is no other festival to wave the plate with lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(मुई) not turn (सासरा)
▷ (मना)(भाऊले)(ओवाळाया)(सन) not (से)(दुसरा)
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murali ➡ muralis1) Girls dedicated to Khandoba. They act as his courtesans. (Now the practice of marrying girls to Khandoba is illegal)
2) A person who is sent to fetch and accompany a newly married girl from the parental home or the in-laws’ home
DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[106] id = 110502
कुलकर्णी वनमाला - Kulkarni Vanmala
Village मंठाळेनगर - Manthalenagar
दिवाळी दसरा नाही धाडत सासरा
पाटच्या बंधवाला सण नाही दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā nāhī dhāḍata sāsarā
pāṭacyā bandhavālā saṇa nāhī dusarā
Murali* who has come for Diwali*, don’t send him back
There is no other festival to wave the plate with lamps around my younger brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा) not (धाडत)(सासरा)
▷ (पाटच्या)(बंधवाला)(सण) not (दुसरा)
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murali ➡ muralis1) Girls dedicated to Khandoba. They act as his courtesans. (Now the practice of marrying girls to Khandoba is illegal)
2) A person who is sent to fetch and accompany a newly married girl from the parental home or the in-laws’ home
DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
[107] id = 112340
बार्से अलकाबाई दानीयल - Barse Alkabai Daniyal
Village कारेगाव - Karegaon
दिवाळी दसरा कवा येईल बिचारा
बंधुला ओवाळाया सण नाही तो दुसरा
divāḷī dasarā kavā yēīla bicārā
bandhulā ōvāḷāyā saṇa nāhī tō dusarā
When will Diwali* and Dassera* come
There is no other festival to wave the plate with lamps around brother
▷ (दिवाळी)(दसरा)(कवा)(येईल)(बिचारा)
▷ (बंधुला)(ओवाळाया)(सण) not (तो)(दुसरा)
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DiwaliThe festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and some Muslims every autumn in the northern hemisphere. Diwali symbolises the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.“
Dassera

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