On a warm, humid September day in India’s north-western state of Tamil Nadu, a crowd of around 100,000 people is gathered in front of the government offices of the Tamil Nadu government.
There is a large contingent of women dressed in a variety of clothing and some of them, including the head of the local Tamil Nadu women’s organization, are dressed in traditional Indian clothing.
Their outfits and hairstyles are influenced by their ethnic background.
The festival of the Goddess of Women in Tamil Nadu celebrates the goddess of women, the Ramana Maharshi.
This is a festival of worship and celebration of the female form, which is a part of Tamil culture.
The festival is also celebrated by many Hindus, particularly in Tamil speaking countries.
Many Indian women, who are mostly from Hindu-majority communities, celebrate the Ramas in traditional attire.
The Ramas are celebrated around the world and often feature prominently in movies and music.
It is also a time of reflection, with the Hindu goddess Lakshmi, often depicted as a naked woman, the main character of Mahabharata.
This year’s festival of Ramas is celebrated by Tamil Nadu’s Hindu community and it is considered one of the largest festivals in the country.
Tamil Nadu has one of India’s largest communities of Hindus, with around 15 million people living in the state.
The celebrations of Ramanas and Mahasabha festivals in India are considered a celebration of Hinduism.
The head of this festival is the goddess Ramana, a Hindu goddess and the patron saint of the people of Tamil India.
Ramana is also known as the Goddess or the Goddess-Woman.
The Goddess of the North-West region of India, Tamil Nadu is a predominantly Hindu state.
Most of the state’s population is Hindu.
Many Hindus consider Ramana to be the most important Hindu god.
The festivals are a celebration to honour the goddess and symbolise women’s empowerment.
The festivals are usually celebrated in Tamil villages, where they are followed by women from the local community.
There are many festivals in Tamilnadu and in the neighbouring states of Kerala, Kerala Pradesh and Karnataka.
This year’s Ramas celebrations were a response to a series of deadly floods in India in the last two months.
The Tamil Nadu state government has asked the police to organise a campaign against the “unacceptable” use of religious symbols and rituals, as part of a crackdown on religious extremism.
It has also asked the media to stop covering the festivals.
In addition to the annual festival of “Ramas,” there are other major festivals that take place in Tamilnas region.
The largest is the festival of Diwali.
Diwalle, which falls on January 11, is the biggest of the two major festivals.
This festival is usually celebrated with a procession of people.
The procession usually reaches the city’s central square, and participants usually wear colourful costumes and pose for pictures with their friends.
The other major festival of Hinduness in the region is Mahasala.
The Mahasasala festival takes place on February 15.
This traditionally Hindu festival marks the end of the Hindu lunar month of Muharram.
There have been several attacks in recent years against people attending the Mahas as well as those attending the festival.
In Tamilnades capital, Tiruvallur, there is also an annual festival called the “Mahaanar” that celebrates the Hindu festival of Vishnu.
The word “Mahi” means “dusk” in Tamil, and it refers to the last night of the Muharan festival.
In this festival, thousands of people dressed in bright colours gather in the main square of Tiruvalur.
Many people, including police, are participating in the festival, wearing traditional clothes and singing the popular Tamil song “Moliye” in the streets.
In Tiruvala, there are also many celebrations of Mahasava.
The name “Mahasava” means the “god” in Sanskrit.
Mahasav, the Hindu god of light, is often associated with the Ramayana or the Mahabhoomi, which are the two epic stories in the Mahaviravastu collection of Hindu scriptures.
The Hindu gods are also represented in the costumes worn by the locals.
This is a year where the government is focusing on strengthening its role in countering extremist activities, particularly against minority communities.
There has been an increase in the number of arrests of suspected extremists in the past few months.
The government has also taken a more active role in the fight against hate crimes and against violence against women.
The Prime Minister and his government have also set up a committee to address gender-based violence in Tamilas society.