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LIVE! Foodie Guide to the 2018 Disney Festival of Holidays at Disney California Adventure Park! It’s that time of year and we go through all of the delicious food items that are available this year at DCA for the holidays!
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Have you gotten a taste of the season at the Festival of Holidays in Disney California Adventure park? With 14 festive foods marketplace kiosks serving delicious bites inspired by many different cuisines and traditions as well as live music, dance and holiday-inspired performances, this new seasonal experience is the perfect way to get your whole family into the holiday spirit!
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I kick off Festival of Holidays 2018 with a stop at two of the booths! Brews & Bites and Favorite Things! Check out everything at the festival through the beginning of January at Disney California Adventure!
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Tiff and the kids have some fun at their Fall Festival while my dad and I settle in at Glen Helen Raceway.
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The first week of October 2018 we made the 5 hour trip down to Cornwall for The Maver Festival at White Acres!
Such a great week with fantastic company and obviously great fishing. Not the overall result we wanted in the Festival but a thoroughly enjoyable week nevertheless.
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Description: Every year in the north-west of Nigeria, communities participate in the Argungu International Fishing and Cultural Festival. The four day festival between February and March, features kabanci – water competitions including hand fishing, canoe racing, wild duck catching – and other traditional practices. Men and boys participate while women perform songs and dances. Considered a contributor to identity and means of maintaining peace between the Argungu and neighbouring Sokoto, knowledge on the tradition is transmitted within chieftaincies involved, families and via apprenticeship.
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Diwali is certainly one of the biggest, brightest and most important festivals of India. While Diwali is popularly known as the “festival of lights”. The celebration of Diwali as the “victory of good over evil” refers to the light of higher knowledge dispelling all ignorance. While the story behind Diwali and the manner of celebration of the festival differ greatly depending on the region, the essence of the festival remains the same – the celebration of life, its enjoyment and goodness.
The word Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit term “Deepavali”, which translates to “Rows of lamps”. Based on the Hindu lunar calendar, Diwali falls between October and November on an Amavasya or moonless night. Celebrated as the victory of good over evil, the festival is associated with the legend of the Hindu god, Lord Ram’s return to his kingdom Ayodhya, after 14 years in exile. The Demon king Ravan of Lanka had abducted Lord Ram’s consort Sita only to invite his own death as a result. Lord Ram, along with his brother Laxman and an army of monkeys defeated and killed Ravan and returned to his kingdom with Sita. According to mythology the people of Ayodhya lit up clay lamps known as diyas to welcome him on his return from exile.
Diwali is a five-day affair and kicks of with Dhanteras. ‘Dhan’ means wealth, hence this day is considered auspicious for buying items related to prosperity like utensils or gold. Vijay and his family also plan to buy something in keeping with the customs of Dhanteras.
The day after Dhanteras is known as Narak Chaudas or Choti Diwali. In short, it is Diwali on a smaller scale, with fewer rituals. Hindus get up before dawn, clean their houses, take a fragrant bath and dress up in festive clothes. Vijay and his family follow suit; they are decorating their house with much excitement to invite Goddess Lakshmi. The whole family rejoices on the occasion by singing aartis or religious hymns while they take part in the puja.
The third day of the festival, also known as Lakshmi puja, is the main Diwali celebration. The day is devoted to Goddess Lakshmi – Goddess of Wealth and Lord Ganesh, the ‘Lord of auspicious Beginnings’ and ‘the Remover of Obstacles’. The devotees worship them seeking prosperity and wealth.
Govardhan puja is the fourth day of the Diwali festival. In some parts of India this day is also known as ‘Annakoot’. Legend says that Lord Indra, the Hindu Lord of rain and the king of gods, got angry with the people of the land of Gokul, the birthplace of Lord Krishna. To punish the villagers, the rain god poured out endless rain flooding the village. However, Lord Krishna came to the rescue of the village and sheltered the villagers under Govardhan hill by lifting the entire hill onto his little finger, thereby protecting the villagers and their livestock. Since then this day is celebrated to thank Lord Krishna. This day is also known as Padwa in some parts of the country and people visit their friends and family with gifts and goodies on this day. Vijay’s family has a tradition of celebrating this day. The women of the family and neighborhood make a cow dung hillock to perform the ritual of the day. The hillock is built symbolizing Govardhan hill and then decorated with flowers and other elements. The menfolk then pay obeisance to this symbolic hillock by circling around it and singing religious songs. Vijay and Vishal joins in the prayers.
Bhai Duj marks the end of the five days of the Diwali celebrations. Diwali is known as the festival of lights but with so many rituals and traditions it can also be named as the festival of sweets, gifts, fireworks and family.
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Hi Everybody, WOW !! Disneyland 2017 Christmas has begun. The Christmas Tree is just amazing. Disney California has an awesome Christmas tree for the Festival of Holidays. Also they are putting the finishing touches on the Grand Californian Hotel Gingerbread House. Happy Friday, Billisa
FESTIVAL OF HOLIDAYS AT DISNEY CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE PARK!
There’s a new food festival at California Adventure called Festival of Holidays! There’s 14 marketplace kiosks paying tribute to a rich medley of cuisines.
We got to try a few of the delicious foods and desserts, meet the Three Caballeros and finally meet up with our friend Cassie for the first time at Disneyland. Oh and we forgot to mention that IT’s SNOWING at Disneyland again!
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Nareh and Ivan partake in several different food and drinks at the kiosks for the Festival of Holidays, including a mimosa flight (pear, white cranberry, and blood orange), chroizo con queso, reuben potato smash, ham slider, and beef brisket with carrots. For me, I get the always exciting hot dog from Award Wieners. We also see the lighting for it’s a small world, hear the Royal Street Bachelors jazz out on the Rivers of America, and ride Space Mountain, Casey Jr. at night, and Roger Rabbit.
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