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Lal Singh to file papers on March 27, to avoid pre-Holi ominous period
3/22/2024 11:13:12 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 22: Although his name has been cleared for the Congress mandate for Udhampur-Doda Lok Sabha seat, Choudhary Lal Singh is unlikely to file his nomination papers during the ongoing ominous period of Holasthak.
Holasthak which started on March 17th and will be ending on March 24.
Highly placed sources said that Choudhary Lal Singh is likely to file his nomination papers on March 27 which is the last date for filing papers on Udhampur-Doda-Kathua Lok Sabha constituency.
Reports said that during the Congress Election Committee meeting on Thursday, the names of Choudhary Lal Singh were finalized for Udhampur-Doda Lok Sabha seat and Raman Bhalla for Jammu-Reasi Lok Sabha seat.
Holasthak is an 8-day period that occurs before Holi every year. This period is considered to be inauspicious in many regions of India. However, the word Holashtak has be
Holasthak started on March 17th and will end on March 24.
Holasthak is an 8-day period that occurs before Holi every year.
This period is considered to be inauspicious in many regions of India.
n derived from two different words. “Hol means Holi”, the festival of colours and “Ashtak means Eight”. So,
Holashtak is a word used to refer to the long 8-day period before Holi. It starts with the Ashtami tithi (eighth day) of the Shukla Paksha in the Phalguna month, which marks the beginning of Holashtak and continues until Purnima or at least until Holika Dahan.
Moreover, Holashtak is predominant in North Indian districts like Punjab, Bihar, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh.
The day of Holashtak is said to be inauspicious and thus suggests people avoid doing wrong means during this period. It is also believed that during this period the negative energies the natives. So, one must be cautious during this period and try to follow effective tips to avoid those energies. Moreover, during the period of Holashtak, there are significant transitions observed in various planets.
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