India is a great land of various cultures, different traditions, vivid casts and
various creeds where people celebrate endless numbers of fasts, fairs and festivals
with immense joy. Few major Hindu Festivals are Holi, Deewali, Navratri , Dusehara,
and Rakshabandhan revealing the grand celebrations. People of India have fathom
believe on each auspicious days declared in Hindu calendar. Makar Sankranti, Shivratri,
Pongal, Basant Panchami, Dhanteras, Ram Navmi, Hanuman Jayanti are some promising
occasions that reveal gargantuan devotions and religious emotions of devotees inclined
towards their God or Goddess.
The festival of Lohri is about to come and embrace everyone in joy and celebrations.
The Lohri festival is celebrated with sheer joy by people... More
Makar Sankranti in 2015 will be celebrated on 14th of January. The rising time of
Sun on Makar Sankranti in 2015 will be 07:02:37 AM... More
Pongal, a four day long harvest festival is extremely popular in South India. The
second day in the four days is the most significant... More
There is nothing more beautiful in this world than falling in Love. An emotion that
finds expression in so many different ways. Indeed the language... More
Basant Panchami (or the glorious day of Saraswati Puja) is on 4th of February in
2015. At this time, spring bows its head and bids a goodbye... More
The festival of Maha Shivaratri in 2015 is on on February 17. Power and blessings
of Lord Shiva help the humans to overcome all the negativity... More
Holi in 2015 is on March 06. It's the festival that comes with a big bang of fun,
frolic and joy. Forget all issues and become friends to... More
Dates of all five Navratris in 2014 are now here at AstroSage ."Navratri" represents
nine divine nights dedicated to the Goddess Durga... More
The full moon day in India is known as Purnima or Poornima. The day of Purnima,
is the day falling each month in which the full moon occurs according to... More
The date of Karwa Chauth in 2014 is October 11. On Karva Chauth in 2014, all eyes
will eagerly wait for the Moon to shine. Karwa Chauth... More
For those who want to know more about Diwali festival, here is a quick look at the
concept and importance attached to this, Read this... More
Guru Purnima in 2014 is on July 12. Also known as Vyasa Purnima, Guru Purnima in
2014 is the day to remember those teachings and ideologies.... More
Nag Panchami is a festival celebrated all over India with great amount of vigour
and devotion. It is a festival that has many myths... More
Raksha Bandhan in 2014 is on August 10. Do you really know that a thread of Rakhi
carry the belongings of love, affection and good wishes.... More
The date of Janmashtami in 2014 is August 17. Sweet and mischievous Krishna is coming
to you this Krishnashtami. Gokulashtami in 2014.... More
Chhath Puja 2014 dates are here. Chhat Puja is dedicated to Lord Surya, who is considered
to be the prime source of energy....
The month of September brings only one word in the minds of the people of Kerala
and that is 'Onam'. This festival, which brings this coastal.... More
Teacher's Day is celebrated all over world to pay tribute to the teachers. In India,
it is celebrated on September 5th However, most of the countries... More
The date of Ganesh Chaturthi in 2014 is August 29. Also known as Vinayaka, Ganesha
is the God of Wisdom and Prosperity. Every year, Ganesh.... More
The dates of Shradh in 2014 are beginning from September 8 and ending on September
23. Honoring and paying tribute to our ancestors for.... More
Monday Fast is solely dedicated to Lord Shiva. Bhagvan Shiv is also recognized with
names Mahadev, Shankar, Umapati, Rudra, Bhole Nath, Bhole Bhandari... More
Pradosham, a day dedicated to Lord Shiva,
falls on the 13th day of every lunar fortnight. In each year there are 24 Pradosham....
Purnima, the time when the sky calls out to everyone. The breath taking sight of
the full moon with all its divine qualities, is a time to become one... More
Find the list of Amavasya in 2014 here. Amavasya or a new moon day is the start
of the new lunar month. It is a religious day when people keep fast... More
A Grahan is believed to be harmful and some people assert that it gives insidious
effects. Why is it considered as an inauspicious time? Is a Grahan... More
Panchak is an inauspicious duration in which nothing auspicious should be done.
But, is this right or just a myth? Why so much confusion about Panchak... More
Ganesh Chaturthi reminds us of the 10 days
grand festival. In 2014, it is on August 29. But, many of you must not be knowing
that it comes every month;...
Ugadi, the Hindu New Year, is on March 21, 2015. When
we talk about Ugadi, the first thought that comes to mind is this saying.... More
Baisakhi celebrations in 2015 are scheduled
for April 14. This is the day when the holy Khalsa was established. Indeed, it is
Dussehra in 2014 is on October 3. The grand festival
of Vijaya Dashami will be celebrated with great zeal and gusto again as Dasara in
Durga Puja 2014 dates are: 29th of September to 3rd
of October. The holy time duration of Durga Puja, which comes under Sharad Navratri....
April 4 is the auspicious day of Hanuman
Jayanti 2015. On this day, flocks of devotees are seen in the temples, honoring
The holy day of Akshaya Tritiya in 2015
is on April 21. What would happen, when even after spending your money... More
The date for Buddha Purnima in 2015 is May
04. Have you ever heard that a single day represents the whole cycle of life and
The dates for Sawan Somvar Vrat in 2014
are given here. All of you are familiar of the aggressive form of Shiva.But, it
is worth ...
The date for Rama Ekadashi in 2014 is October 19. We
all know that faith and devotion can let you achieve serenity... More
Beautiful festival of Teej comes four times in the year. Here, you will find the
dates of those four exotic days...
The dates for Kumbh Mela in 2015 are given here. It is worth considering that a
holy dip in the Godavari can free you...
We intend to make your feelings more spiritual thus brought up sound information
about individual fasts or festival for you. Which festival denotes what? What are
the legends attached to which festivals? How people celebrate all festivals or fasts
of India? What rituals they follow? And, similarly much more details you can easily
and instantly get by here about festivals of India. Different festival has different
meaning and different rituals. Diverse cultural people of India celebrate festivals
differently but reveal the equivalent fervor. And, each festival endows us an excellent
opportunity so that we can share our sweet messages or greeting card and best wishes
of festive time with our near dear people.
Understanding this feeling, we have also collected different messages or SMS evincing
good wishes of festival like Holi SMS, messages of Basant Panchami. Besides, much
more other information as poems, songs, quotes, wallpapers of festival you can seehere
througha single window.