Telangana Bonalu 2019 Dates Mahankali Bonalu Jatara Special Songs DJ Music

Telangana Bonalu 2019: Bonalu signifies food and as a tribute to the goddess, women in an extensive count offer food to Mahankali. Bonalu Jathara is a month-long festival and incorporates colorful parades and community feasts. On this celebration day, people wake up early than regular schedule and complete their daily activities.

Telangana Bonalu 2019 Dates 

People will have a head shower and wear new clothes. Particularly women will purchase a new pot in which they cook Pongal and rice in it. Next, they will beautifully decorate the pot with Kadi, Pasupu (Turmeric) and Kumkuma (Kumkum). Next, they will cover the top of the pot and place some neem leaves and will make lid as a light (lamp). This is most commonly called as Bonam Jyothi. Search here for the best Telangana Bonalu Festival 2019 Special DJ Songs.

Telangana Bonalu Festival Dates
Telangana Bonalu Festival Dates

A few women hit the floor with dance steps balancing pots to the musical beats of drums in order to pay tribute to the Local Goddess. In Olden, Days People used to give up a Buffalo, Goat, Sheep before the temple. Govt is investing Rs 14.27 crore besides 443 work people in city temples for the following Bonalu 2019 Festival.

Mahankali Bonalu Jathara Songs

Goddess Shakti is worshiped as Mahakali or Mahankali. There are different names for Goddess Shakti or Kali in various regions namely “Maisamma, Pochamma, Yellamma, Peddamma, Dokkalamma, Ankalamma, Poleramma, Maremma, Pochamma, Maremma, Yellamma, Nookalamma” and so forth. Also, know and search for Hyderabad Metro Train Timings.

Bonam is a pot which contains rice, jaggery, milk, and curd and secured with neem leaves and a light set on it on their heads. Besides drum sounds the women reach temple dancing on her own with family, neighbors, relatives and offer Bonam to the goddess.

History Of Telangana Mahankali Bonalu

The origin of the Bonalu Festival celebration is followed by a noteworthy disease that killed a large number of people in 1869. During that year People offered prayers to Goddess Ujjaini Mahankali in Maharashtra to build a Mahankali Temple. If the Goddess saves the people from Deadly Disease. Soon the people got saved and Temple was constructed presenting Bonalu each year in Ashada Masam. The word Bonalu came from the Telugu word Bhojanalu which means food offered. People believe that offering the Bonalu will satisfy the goddess and please her who eventually give blessings.

Telangana Bonalu 2019 Celebrations 

The Bonalu festival celebration starts first at the Sri Jagdamba Temple in Golconda Fort. After that festival will take place on Second Sunday in Ujjaini Mahankali Temple in Secunderabad and Yellamma Temple in Balkampet. Later the celebrations will move to the Old City and different zones of the city. This year the celebration would begin with Dhwajarohanam on July 4th and end with a huge procession on July 28th.

Telangana Bonalu has been the most celebrated festival by all the people of Telangana. This importance has been raised after the formation of Telangana. This Bonalu festival represents the state festival. Government of Telangana is also issuing some amount of money every year to each village to celebrate this Mahankali Bonalu Jathara.

This year Telangana Bonalu is being celebrated from July 4th to July 28th in both the twin cities that are in Hyderabad and Secunderabad. On July 4th Bonalu starts in Hyderabad at Golconda fort. Every year this Telangana Bonalu Jathara starts from the Golkonda fort only. Later Mahankali Bonala Jathara starts from July 7th to July 19th. Government of Telangana also promised this year to raise the Bonalu Funds. Besides this, the government is also offering pattu vastras to over 26 Temple Purohits.

Telangana Bonalu Dates 2019 (Mahankali Jathara)

Devi Abhishekam, Dhwajarohanam, Kalasha SthapanaJuly 4th
Lakshaphalarchana
Ghatasthapana
Lakshabilvarchana
Deepotsavam
Deepotsavam
Laksha Pushparchaha
Laksha Kumkumarchana
Navachandi Havanam, Tottela Nirvahana
Baliharana, Devi Mahabhishekham, Balu Samarpana
Ashta Dalapadmaradhana, Potaraju Swagatam, and processionJuly 28th