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    Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana, is known for its vibrant culture and rich heritage. The city is also famous for its love for wine and spirits, with a plethora of wine shops and bars located throughout the city. However, on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanthi, the city witnesses the closure of all wine shops and bars as a mark of respect to the deity.

    Hanuman Jayanthi is an important Hindu festival that is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Hanuman, who is considered to be an embodiment of strength, wisdom, and devotion. The festival falls on the 15th day of the Hindu month of Chaitra, which usually falls in the month of March or April. On this day, devotees offer prayers to Lord Hanuman and seek his blessings for strength, courage, and protection.

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    As a mark of respect to Lord Hanuman, the government of Telangana has issued an order to close all wine shops and bars in Hyderabad on Hanuman Jayanthi. The order is aimed at promoting a sense of cultural harmony and respect for religious sentiments among people of different faiths.

    The closure of wine shops and bars on Hanuman Jayanthi has been welcomed by many people in Hyderabad. It is seen as a positive step towards promoting cultural sensitivity and religious harmony in the city. The move has also been appreciated by religious leaders and scholars who believe that it will help in fostering a spirit of mutual respect among people of different faiths.

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    However, some people have expressed their disappointment over the closure of wine shops and bars on Hanuman Jayanthi. They argue that it is a violation of their right to consume alcohol and enjoy their personal liberties. They also point out that the closure of wine shops and bars on a single day does not serve any purpose in curbing the consumption of alcohol.

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    Despite these concerns, the closure of wine shops and bars on Hanuman Jayanthi remains a popular tradition in Hyderabad. It is seen as a way of paying respect to the religious sentiments of the people and promoting cultural harmony in the city. As Hyderabad continues to grow and evolve, it is important to uphold such traditions that reflect the city’s unique cultural identity and values.

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    Rajesh M
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