Beeranna Swamy Bonalu Festival History

Bonam at Beeranna Swamy Bonalu Festival Photos HD

The smart city Warangal is the second most population district in Telangana state. Warangal was the capital of Kakatiya Kingdom ruled by the Kakatiya dynasty from 12th to the 14th centuries. Now we discuss for Beeranna Swamy Bonalu Festival History. Bonalu is an important & very popular jatara celebrated in the entire state. Comparing with Ashada Bonalu in Hyderabad, Warangal Beeranna Swamy Bonalu Festival is the second largest bonalu festival in the state. The festival celebrated on Ekadasi mainly by the Golla Kuruma community.

Celebration’s of Beeranna Swamy Jatara in Warangal

Celebrations: People dance to the beats of traditional percussion in gay abandon. The women who form long queues carrying bonalu walk over the sacrificed the animal.

Beeranna Swamy Bonalu at Karimabad Pics
Beeranna Swamy Bonalu Festival at Karimabad

Traditional Dresses: Women clad in colorful sarees and young girls in traditional `langa voni’ smeared in turmeric add color to the celebrations. Potharjulu dance to the drum beats and people from all walks of life gather to enjoy the event.

Bonam at Beeranna Swamy Bonalu Festival Photos HD
Women carrying Bonam at Beeranna Swamy Bonalu Festival

Beeranna Swamy Bonalu Festival History

The story in English: Lord Siva incarnated as Beeranna, a shepherd, who desired to marry his uncle’s daughter. His uncle who was a landlord refused to give his daughter to the shepherd. But, Beeranna moved by the love of the young woman hatched a plan and took her away against the wishes of his uncle.

The shepherd community considers Beeranna as the incarnation of Lord Shiva and celebrates his courage and fearlessness. Every year, they offer prayers and celebrate Ekadasi because on this day Beeranna had married his uncle’s daughter.

Conclusion: Beeranna Swamy Bonalu Festival is one of the best bonalu jatara in Warangal district.

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