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Indian Festivals

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Ganesh Chaturthi : Importance, History, 2021 Date, Visarjan

Satish Sastri
Jul 2, 2018
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Ganesh Chaturthi : Importance, History, 2021 Date, Visarjan

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated across India and is observed on the fourth day of the first fortnight (Shukla Chaturthi) in the month of Bhadrapada in the Hindu calendar, usually August or September in the Gregorian calendar...



How do we celebrate Diwali?

Satish Sastri
Jul 5, 2018
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How do we celebrate Diwali?

Diwali is “Rows of lighted lamps”. During this festivals houses cleaned are decorated with colorful lights and huge firework displays are held while families feast and share gifts....



Krishna Janmastami Or Gokulastami

Satish Sastri
Aug 27, 2018
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Krishna Janmastami Or Gokulastami

Krishna Janmastami, the Birthday of Lord Krishna is a Hindu Festival. Gokulashtami is celebrated with great fervor in South India....



Dussehra Festival 2021 : Date, Muhurat and Significance

Satish Sastri
Sep 26, 2018
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 Dussehra Festival 2021 : Date, Muhurat and Significance

A festival that is celebrated throughout the Indian sub-continent backed with different stories and celebrations across various regions. Dussehra is celebrated on the tenth day after Navarathri, the nine holy days observed during the monsoon-autumn season every year. Dussera or Vijayadasami - as its popularly known marks the end to Navarathri....



Navratri Ninth Day : Worship Maa Siddhidatri

Govind Prasad
Oct 13, 2018
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Navratri Ninth Day : Worship Maa Siddhidatri

On the 9th day of Navaratri is celebrated for Goddess Siddhidatri. The goddess is known for having supernatural healing powers. The goddess represents the blissful state of mind, just like the sky on a clear day. People celebrate these nine days by fasting and dressing up in different colors on these auspicious days....



Pongal |Makar Sankranti | South Indian & North Indian Festival

Satish Sastri
Jan 7, 2019
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Pongal |Makar Sankranti | South Indian & North Indian Festival

Makar sankranti is celebrated in every Indian state on the same day 14th January every year despite being recognized by different names and shows the world that India is a country which preaches many cultures and traditions....



Radha Ashtami - Festival Date, Vrat, Fasting Rules

Satish Sastri
Sep 17, 2018
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Radha Ashtami - Festival Date, Vrat, Fasting Rules

Sri Radha Ashtami, or Radhashtami, the birthday of Radha, is a major festival celebrated by Lord Krishna devotees. It falls on the eighth day of the Shukla Paksha (Ashtami on waxing phase of moon) in the month of Bhadrapad (August-September). ...



Vasant Panchami 2021: Date, Muhurat | Saraswati Puja Procedure & Significance

Satish Sastri
Jan 18, 2019
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Vasant Panchami 2021: Date, Muhurat | Saraswati Puja Procedure & Significance

Vasanta panchmi is a one day festival to offer prayers to Goddess Saraswati. It falls in the Magh month as per the Hindu calendar in between the months of January and February. As Makar sankranti and Pongal marks the onset of Spring season in India, the festival of Vasanta panchmi  shows the vibrant colors and flavour’ s of freshness and greenery everywhere....



Chandramana Ugadi 2021: Date, Significance, History, Tradition, Yugathi Pachadi

Satish Sastri
Mar 7, 2019
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Chandramana Ugadi 2021: Date, Significance, History, Tradition, Yugathi Pachadi

The importance of neem leaf has remained the same in both the ancient and modern celebrations. The ancient text of “Samrajyalakshmipithika” mentions that it was customary for the kings to pray to their deities on the first day of Ugadi. During the worship the kings kept neem leaves and jaggery on their head and it was to be consumed as Prasad by the family members. The custom of eating neem leaves with jaggery on Ugadi is still followed by many people....