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Instagram hashtags for basant, panchami, puja, playden

All hashtags are grouped on 30 from the most popular to the least popular.

Why all hashtags are grouped on 30?
  • 30 is the maximum number of hashtags that you can add at once in the description or in the comments to the post according to the rules of Instagram.
How to use 30 hashtags in one post?
  • 1st way: copy the group of 30 hashtags, insert them into the description of the post, save.
  • 2nd way: save the publication without hashtags, copy the group of 30 hashtags and insert them into the comment under your post.
When to publish hashtags? Is it possible to use always the same hashtags? - Important to know!
  • The hashtags must be added at the moment of publication in Instagram or immediately after it, because the hashtag's feed is chronological. An easier explanation: the sooner you add hashtags after the post's publication, the more persons see your post in the feed of hashtags selected.
  • Instagram doesn't like when you use the same hashtags from post to post. Even if the theme of your posts remains the same, you can always choose different hashtags, because there are various elements in the photo. For example, if all your photos represent nature, the hashtags shouldn’t be only "nature", but could be also " sunset", "flower", "sky", "spring" etc.
  • To get more likes, use more general hashtags. For example "cafe" instead of "Starbucks". The hashtags on more general topics are more popular in Instagram, they have more viewings of posts and more likes.
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Method of calculating popularity and how to use it.
  • On Instagram the popularity of a particular hashtag is equal to the frequency of its use.
    The frequency of use is the number of posts on Instagram with a specific hashtag.
    It follows from this that the popularity of a set of hashtags is the total number of posts of all hashtags included in the set.
  • The more popular a hashtag set is, the more likes and followers you can get from it.
    At the same time, the more popular a set of hashtags, the faster you have to add it to the description of the post or comment to it, because the feed of hashtags is chronological and posts on more popular hashtags quickly replace each other at the top of the feed.
How to understand and use color codes (red, orange, yellow)?
  • Red - High popularity - More than 10,000,000.
  • Orange - Average popularity - More than 1,000,000 and less than 10,000,000.
  • Yellow - Low popularity - Less than 1,000,000.

Top publications

  • May maa EMPOWER us with her blessings.And may SHE bless us with the power to study. HAPPY SARAWATI PUJA.

    #1, @antonio_tirtha, 2018.01.22, ♥ 357

  • It s almost time to bid goodbye to the auspicious Hindu festival of Chaitra Navratri with Ashtami! As for this year, Ashtami and Navmi are falling on the same day! How auspicious is that! This was our today s breakfast! As for the Virgo worship(also know as Kanya Pujan) we already had it done before. In the picture(L-R)- Hari Chutney; Roasted Fox Nut(Makhaane) and Peanuts(Moongfalli); Saabodane ke pakode; Home made potato chips sprinkled by sendha namak! JAI MATA DI-.cravings Tag your friends who love Navratri food!

    #2, @calorie._.cravings, 2018.03.25, ♥ 286

  • After a long time. We met.

    #3, @_._subhranil_._, 2017.09.29, ♥ 155

  • Growing Up, Together.

    #4, @priyadarshini_._, 2018.01.24, ♥ 135

  • Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi is an Indian festival that marks the birthday of Lord Ganesha. This auspicious festival is observed in the month of Bhadra(mid August-mid September) according to the Hindu calendar. Ganesha, one of the most beloved gods is known by 108 different names in our culture. He is considered to be a symbol of good fortune, wisdom, prosperity and wealth. This festival is celebrated with extreme devotion and joy in many states of India and even outside the country. Maharashtra, Goa, Kerela, Tamil Nadu are some of the cities that have been home to these celebrations since ages. Out of all the stories linked to the history of this festival, the most relevant one dates back to the time of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. It is believed that Parvati is the creator of Ganesha. The story says that Parvati used her sandalwood paste and created Ganesha in the absence of Shiva. She gave him the work of guarding her bathroom door while she was bathing. After Shiva returned home, Ganesha and Shiva got into a tiff due to which Shiva severed the head of the child. Witnessing this site, Parvati enraged and Lord Shiva promised getting Ganesh back to life. The followers searched for a child s head facing north, but all they could find was an elephant s head. And that s how our Gajanana was born. Weeks before Ganesh Chaturthi, excitement settles in. Various artistic clay models, varying in sizes and poses, are prepared by the artisans. These statues are installed in colorfully decorated pandals in homes, localities and temples. Garlands and lights add up to the beauty of the statue. A ritual known as Pranapratishhtha, that involves chanting of mantras by the priest is a common sight seen. After this, the prayers are offered in 16 different ways in a ritual called Shhodashopachara. Ganpati Bappa Morya, a common chanting that evokes the feelings of devotees is commonly heard during celebrations.

    #5, @jeetbanerjee_official, 2018.09.14, ♥ 95

  • The perfect balance of danger and charm, she is at the same time fascinating and inaccessible, distant because of her demonstrated flawlessness, and possessing such strength of character that she is dismaying and at the same time utterly attractive in an enticing and forbidden way. Created: Captured:

    #6, @priyadarshini_._, 2018.01.23, ♥ 90

  • THIS PICTURE IS PURE LOVE Thanks to Vivo Selfie.lonewolf11 Picture of the Day I surrender

    #7, @__mr_entreprenuer__, 2018.01.24, ♥ 83

  • Happy saraswati Puja Everyone. May Maa Saraswati bless you all with Happiness nd Success.

    #8, @baniksangita, 2018.01.22, ♥ 67

  • Excess is a success. Live Tonight and Dream for Tomorrow. In Frame:

    #9, @priamroyally, 2018.10.22, ♥ 65

  • Varanasi

    #10, @love_laugh_meditate, 2018.02.13, ♥ 62

  • Home is where heart is. Every Diwali, the entire family comes home to be together for those few days. Here s hoping that this tradition continues unbroken!

    #11, @pinkbottled, 2017.11.08, ♥ 61

  • s h i v a.

    #12, @natkatclap, 2018.04.02, ♥ 50

  • Rishikesh:.

    #13, @natkatclap, 2018.04.06, ♥ 49

  • Maha Shivaratri

    #14, @love_laugh_meditate, 2018.02.13, ♥ 48

  • Beautiful Fire Aarti at Assi Ghat on the banks of the Ganges in Varanasi, India. This nightly ceremony is an offering to the Ganges river, Lord Shiva, fire, the Sun, and the whole universe. It is performed by students of the Vedas and Upanishads and is lead by a head priest.(At least that is my understanding.). I was really happy to see it tonight as it is also Christmas eve. Spiritual celebrations seem just right. It occurred to me that I ve spent enough time at this ghat that I know 4 or 5 people that work right around here. Since I m a long way from home, it felt good to be in my hood ghat this evening and present for this dazzling and a little deafening spiritual offering.:-). Best wishes to everyone for a happy holiday! May you be blessed with peace, love, and happiness.

    #15, @janeynow, 2017.12.24, ♥ 41

  • G A N G A.

    #16, @natkatclap, 2018.04.09, ♥ 36

  • Om Gam Ganapataye Namah

    #17, @jemappellecler, 2018.08.28, ♥ 30

  • Puja at the Ganga river.such a good energy

    #18, @leonielydia01, 2018.07.19, ♥ 23

  • A moment captured during puja ceremony

    #19, @redtrolleystudio, 2018.01.24, ♥ 19

  • A man walks through the rain

    #20, @sulavv99s, 2017.05.19, ♥

  • Chaat Puja s Tevar Be Fearless in the pursuit of what sets your Soul on Fire Beauty begins the Moment You Decide to be Yourself.

    #21, @sanket_2401, 2017.10.27, ♥

  • Puja shopping done.

    #22, @cbanamika, 2017.09.24, ♥

  • Majestic.Kathmandu Durbar Square, one of seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal! Kathmandu Durbar Square in the heart of old Kathmandu city in Basantapur never fails to impress first time visitors with its intricate wood carvings and rich history. Surrounded by concrete buildings, the complex is an oasis in a fast developing, chaotic modern city. Once the residence of Nepal s Royal family, all coronation ceremonies were held here. The palace is an amalgamation of eastern and western architecture with additions by Rana and Shah rulers over the centuries. An unbelievable 50 temples lie within the vicinity including the temple of the titular deity, Taleju Bhawani. Follow and use and don t forget to tag to get featured. Follow us on Facebook Page link is in bio Keep Clicking, Keep Sharing& Keep Visiting.

    #23, @tourismkathmandu, 2018.01.26, ♥

  • Hustling bustling street of Basantapur.( State of Virtual Combustion)

    #24, @nepal_streetlifepeople, 2017.12.19, ♥

  • Wonderful place to be: Kathmandu Durbar Square, Basantapur. Gear: Canon EOS 600D.

    #25, @binaya_photography, 2018.01.20, ♥

  • Devotion is a most sacred path to opening the heart. Devotion to the great goddess, our life, our bodies through dance and yoga are the different ways you can explore your relationship to yourself this summer at the Natya Yoga Retreat with and me at the Capuchin Retreat Center in MI. June 18-22. Registration opens soon. Details here: www.lisabeckliving.com/Natya-Yoga-summer-Reset/ please join us for this beautiful experience.

    #26, @aparnakhanolkar, 2018.01.21, ♥

  • Bodhi Puja.

    #27, @pedroh_photo, 2018.01.23, ♥

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