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Home » Hindu FestivalModified: April 18, 2013

Hindu Festival

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.

Festival of lohri 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...
Festival of makar sankranti Makar Sankranti in 2013 will be celebrated on 14th of January. The rising time of Sun on Makar Sankranti in 2013 will be 07:02:37 AM...
Festival of pongal Pongal, a four day long harvest festival is extremely popular in South India. The second day in the four days is the most significant...
Festival of basant-panchami Our country people are always ready to vivaciously enjoy the celebration of each fair, feast and festival. And, there are endless numbers of festivals in India...
Festival of valentines day There is nothing more beautiful in this world than falling in Love. An emotion that finds expression in so many different ways...
Festival of Shivratri The festival of Maha Shivaratri in 2014 is on on February 27. Power and blessings of Lord Shiva help the humans to overcome...
Festival of holi Heaven of Joy...Occasion of hilarity...Lyrics of amalgamation...Immersion of man in colors.. all this is none other than festival of HOLI...
Festival of navratri 'Navratri', the nine beautiful nights of divinity and spirituality are celebrated with great zeal and gusto amongst Hindu believers...
Festival of Purnima 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 ...
Festival of Karva Chauth Karva Chauth is a one day fast observed by women on the fourth day after full moon in the Kartik month of Hindu lunar calendar...
Festival of Diwali 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...
Festival of Guru Purnima Guru Poornima, a festival dedicated to all the gurus, is a nice way of valuing the importance of a guru or teacher. The festival of guru purnima...
Festival of Nag Panchami Nag Panchami is a festival celebrated all over India with great amount of vigour and devotion. It is a festival that has many myths...
Festival of Raksha Bandhan "Raksha" means "protection" and "Bandhan" means "bond". No matter where you are or where you will be, Raksha Bandhan is one such festival...
Festival of Krishna Janmashtami Krishna Janmashtami or Janmashtmi or Gokulashtami has been a prominent festival of the Hindus. Krishna Janmashtami or Krishnashtami...
Festival of Chhat Puja Chhath Puja is one of the biggest festivals of India. It is celebrated with great zeal and gusto in India, especially in the regions of Bihar...
Festival of Onam Onam is a Hindu festival celebrated mainly in the state of Kerala. This bright and alluring festival is dedicated to the Vamana Avatar of Lord Vishnu...
Festival of Teacher's Day 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...
Festival of Ganesh Chaturthi Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most colorful and beautiful Hindu festivals celebrated by Indians. Ganesh Chathurthi festival is celebrated by Indians...
Festival of Shradh According to the Hindu mythology , the Krishna Paksha of the Ashwin month is dedicated to our departed ancestors. This period of time is known as Pitru Paksha...
Solah Somvar Vrat Katha Monday Fast is solely dedicated to Lord Shiva. Bhagvan Shiv is also recognized with names Mahadev, Shankar, Umapati, Rudra, Bhole Nath, Bhole Bhandari...
A Plea For Forgiveness & Moksha Pradosh Vrat is a fast that is observed by Hindus during the period of twilight. Pradosh Vrat is also referred to as Pradosham Vrat. All the fasts...
Purnima 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...
Amavasya 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...
grahan 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...
panchak 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...
Ganesh Chaturthi 2014 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;...
Ganesh Chaturthi 2014 Ugadi, the Hindu New Year, is on March 31, 2014. When we talk about Ugadi, the first thought that comes to mind is this saying: 'Little sweet...
Baisakhi 2014 Baisakhi celebrations in 2014 are scheduled for April 14. This is the day when the holy Khalsa was established. Indeed, it is a very major...
Dussehra 2014 DUSSEHRA 2014 DATE is October 3. Also known as VIJAYADASHMI or VIJAYA DASHAMI, DUSSEHRA will be celebrated as DASARA IN 2014 in Mysore like....
Durgapuja 2014 DURGA PUJA 2014 DATES are: September 29-October 3. SHARAD NAVRATRI 2014 is adding the zest of DURGA POOJA 2014. With DUSSEHRA 2014, DURGA PUJA...
Hanuman Jayanti 2014 April 15 is the auspicious day of Hanuman Jayanti 2014. On this day, flocks of devotees are seen in the temples, honoring and worshiping the lord...

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.

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