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Grindmill songs of Maharashtra — Song #82394 by Vaidya Parvati

Village: गायकवाड जळगाव - Gaykwad Jalgaon

B:VI-2.11n (B06-02-11n) - Paṅḍharpur pilgrimage / Viṭṭhal and Rukhmini / Vīṭṭhal, Rukhmini and Draupadi

Cross-references:B:VI-2.11g (B06-02-11g) - Paṅḍharpur pilgrimage / Viṭṭhal and Rukhmini / Mutual love of Viṭṭhal, Rukhmini
F:XV-3.2b (F15-03-02b) - Sister’s attachment to brother / Mutual Intimacy / Reciprocal love
A:I-2.2h (A01-02-02h) - Kṛśṇa / Draupadī’s protector and brother / Dear one
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वैद्य पार्वतीबाई - Vaidya Parvati
अगे चंदनाचे पाट टाकीलेत एक शेज
विठ्ठलाला भाऊबीज बहिण द्रोपदीची आज
agē candanācē pāṭa ṭākīlēta ēka śēja
viṭhṭhalālā bhāūbīja bahiṇa drōpadīcī āja
Short sandalwood stools are placed in a row
It is Bhaubij* today for Vitthal* and Draupadi*
Bhaubij* - The last day of Diwali* when sisters wave lamps in front of brothers and brothers give them a gift
▷ (अगे)(चंदनाचे)(पाट)(टाकीलेत)(एक)(शेज)
▷ (विठ्ठलाला)(भाऊबीज) sister (द्रोपदीची)(आज)
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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’
VitthalVithoba, also known as Vi(t)thal(a) and Panduranga, is a Hindu god predominantly worshipped in the Indian states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. He is generally considered a manifestation of the god Vishnu or his avatar, Krishna.
DraupadiThe most important female character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata.
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.“

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