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Festivals
 
Maha Shivaratri 2015
Shivaratri is great festival of convergence of Shiva and Shakti. Chaturdashi Tithi during Krishna Paksha in month of Magha is known as Maha Shivaratri according to South Indian calendar.
 
2015 Makar Sankranti
Makar Sankranti is four days festivity period which is dedicated to Lord Sun. All rituals during Makar Sankranti are gestures of thanksgiving to natural resources which make life possible on the Earth.
 
Datta Jayanti
The birth of Deity Datta, Who incarnated on the full moon day (pournima) of the Hindu lunar month of Margshirsha, is celebrated as Datta Jayanti.
 
Tulsi Vivah
Tulsi Vivah is celebrated on Kartik Sud 15. Tulsi is the plant Ocimum Sanctum (a sacred venerated plant) and Vivah means marriage.
 
Navratri Festival 2015
The nine-day festival of Navratri in Hindu religion is dedicated to the nine manifestations of Goddess Durga.
 
Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated as birth anniversary of Lord Ganesh. On Ganesh Chaturthi, Lord Ganesh is worshipped as the god of wisdom
 
Krishna Janmashtami
Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm in India in the month of July or August.
 
2015 Raksha Bandhan
Raksha Bandhan is celebrated in Shravana month during full moon day or Purnima day.
 
Varalakshmi Vratam
Varalakshmi Vratam is an important Puja, dedicated to Goddess Varalakshmi, performed by many women in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.
 
Guru Purnima
Full moon day during Ashadha month is known as Guru Purnima day.
 
Ratha Yatra
Ratha Yatra is a huge Hindu festival and it is organized each year at famous Jagannatha temple in Puri.
 
Vat Savitri Vrat
Vat Savitri Vrat is observed to fetch the blessings of the long life of husband by women
 
Akshaya Tritiya
Akshaya Tritiya which is also known as Akha Teej is highly auspicious and holy day for Hindu communities.
 
Rama Navami
ord Rama was born on Navami Tithi during Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month. Each year this day is celebrated as birthday of Lord Rama.
 
Gudi Padwa On 31st March 2014 (Monday)
Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis.
 
Rangwali Holi | Dhulandi
Holi is a religious festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. Holi is considered as second biggest festival on Hindu calendar after Diwali. Holi is also known as festival of Colors.
 
Maha Shivaratri 2014
Shivaratri is great festival of convergence of Shiva and Shakti. Chaturdashi Tithi during Krishna Paksha in month of Magha is known as Maha Shivaratri according to South Indian calendar.
 
Makar Sankranti 2014
If Makar Sankranti happens after Sunset then all Punya Kaal activities are postponed till next day Sunrise
 
Happy New Year 2014
New Year is the time at which a new calendar year begins and the calendar's year count is incremented
 
Christmas 2013
Christmas is believed to be a western festival. There have been age long debates on whether or not India had Christianity as a religion before the European invasion.
 
Chhath Puja
Chhath is the Hindu festival celebrated each year by the people very eagerly. This is very antique festival of the Hindu religion which is dedicated to the God of energy, also known as Surya or Surya Shashti.
 
2013 Lakshmi Puja, Diwali Puja
Lakshmi Puja should be done during Pradosh Kaal which starts after sunset and approximately lasts for 2 hours and 24 minutes.
 
2013 Ahoi Ashtami
On Ahoi Ashtami mothers hold a fast from dawn to dusk for the well-being of their sons.
 
Bakri-Id
Bakr-id, to be rightly called Id-ul-Azha, is one of the most important Muslim festivals. This festival is observed and celebrated as a Festival of Sacrifice by Muslims all over the world.
 
2013 Navratri
Navratri is a nine days festival dedicated to Goddess Durga. Navratri is a Sanskrit word which literally means nine nights.
 
2013 Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated as birth anniversary of Lord Ganesh. On Ganesh Chaturthi, Lord Ganesh is worshipped as the god of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune.
 
India's Independence Day
"At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new...India discovers herself again." - Jawaharlal Nehru
 
2013 Nag Panchami
Shukla Paksha Panchami during Sawan month is observed as Nag Panchami.
 
2013 Guru Purnima
Full moon day during Ashadha month is known as Guru Purnima day.
 
Vata Purnima
A highly auspicious festival, Vata Purnima, also known as Vata Savitri Purnima or Jyeshta Purnima
 
Akshaya Tritiya 2013
Akshaya Tritiya which is also known as Akha Teej is highly auspicious and holy day for Hindu communities.
 
Gudi Padwa 2013
Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis.
 
Dhulandi 2013
Holi is a religious festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world.
 
Ganesh Jayanthi
Ganesh Jayanthi,popularly known as the 'Maghi Ganesh Jayanti',is the day when the Ganesha frequencies reached the Earth for the first time.
 
Pongal 2013
Pongal is a Hindu festival which is observed by people of Tamil Nadu.
 
Christmas
Christmas is a time for Families, Fun, and Festivities! A time of family gatherings and holiday meals.
 
Muharram
The mourning starts froma the 1st day of Muharram and lasts for 10 days until 10th of Muharram. Muharram is the first month of Islamic calendar.
 
Dhanteras
Dhanteras is an important part of Diwali celebrations. Dhanteras marks the first day of Diwali celebrations.
 
Durgashtami
Dussehra, also known as Vijaya Dashami, is an Indian festival that celebrates good forces over evil forces. It spans for 10 days and is celebrated in varied traditions across India.
 
Ganesh Chaturthi
The countdown to the birth of the elephant God has begun.
 
Aranmula Boat Race
The battling snake boats of Kerala have over 400 years of history associated with them.
 
Amongmong festival
Amongmong festival iAmongmong2.jpgs observed in the first week of September.
 
Happy Eid
Ramadan, the month of fasting for Muslims last for 29 to 30 days
 
Independence day
In 1947, after the World War II, Britain could see that it no longer could hold its power over India. It was becoming increasingly difficult and Indian freedom fighters were in no mood to give up. With the international support also coming to an end, Britain decided to relive India from their power but not before June 1948. However, the impending independence more so enhanced the violence between Hindus and Muslims in the provinces of Punjab and Bengal.
 
RAKSHA BANDHAN
The festival nurtures a rich heritage of legendary traditions, some rooted back to the ages of the great epics.
 
Shravan Sankranti
Sankranti 16 july 2012 In 2012, Sankranti will begin on Monday, Sun will enter in Cancer sign at 09:35 am in Leo ascendant, Mrigshira Nakshatra, Tryodashi Tithi on Monday, 16 July 2012 on Shravan Sankranti.
 
Guru Purnima
Hindus attach paramount importance to spiritual gurus.
 
Happy Fathers day
A "Father's Day" service was held on July 5, 1908, in Fairmont, West Virginia, in the Williams Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church South, now known as Central United Methodist Church.
 
Buddha Purnima
Buddha Jayanti or Buddha Purnima is the most revered festival of the Buddhists.
 
Nirjala Ekadasi
Nirjala Ekadasi, the fast kept to obtain the spiritual outcome of all 24 fasting days throughout the day, is considered one of the most auspicious religious observances in Hinduism.
 
Aksha Tritiya
Akshaya Trithiya or Akha Teej, is an auspicious day which falls on the third day after Amavashya (new moon) in the Hindu month of Vaishakha.
 
Happy Easter
On Easter Sunday, Christians celebrate the resurrection of the Lord, Jesus Christ. It is typically the most well-attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches.
 
Hanuman Jayanti
Hanuman Jayanti - To mark the birth of Lord Hanuman, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated all over India in the month of Chaitra in Hindu calendar. The great
 
Gudi Padwa
Gudi Padwa is the new year of Maharashtrians. It is also the first day of Chaitra, the first month of the Hindu calendar followed in Maharashtra, and the spring season commences on this day.
 
Holi
Holi is one of the greatest festival of Hindus. This is a major festival of colors that is celebrated just at the beginning of the year. Holi is the sign of happiness and celebration among all age of people.
 
Maha Shivaratri
Maha Shivaratri is celebrated with great devotion and religious fervor by Hindus, in honor of Lord Shiva, one of the Hindu Gods forming the Trinity.
 
Nagaur Fair
Nagaur Fair is also called as the Cattle Fair, is the 2nd largest animal fair of India. Thousands of animals are gathered at the cattle fair for trading.
 
Lohri - Harvest Festival of Punjab
Lohri is the harvest festival of Punjab, famously known as the the breadbasket state of India. Thus, people residing in Punjab attach a great significance to Lohri, the festival in feasts and foods.
 
Makar Sankranti
Sankranti, Sankranthi, Makar Sankranti or Makar Sankranthi is a celebrated on January 14th. It is also celeberated as Pongel, Lohri, Bhogali Bihu.
 
Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti
Celebrated by the Sikhs, the birthday of their tenth and last guru, this day witnesses’ large processions and special prayer gatherings at all Gurudwaras.
 
Merry Christmas
The festival of Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ and conveys his message of love, tolerance and brotherhood. It's a celebration of humanity and mankind. Though Christmas is a primary festival of the Christian calendar but still it has a special significance in everyone's life.
 
Muharram
Muharram (or Muharrum) is a gazetted holiday in India, marking the start of the Islamic year. It is the first day of the first month in the Islamic calendar. Many Muslims may also mark the anniversary of Husayn ibn Ali's death on the ninth, 10th or 11th day of the month. Colorful fireworks over a night sky
 
Kolayat Fair (Kapil Muni Fair)
Wondering what to see and do in India in November? November is an excellent month to visit India. The weather is starting becoming cooler and dryer, and the full moon at this time of year -- in the Hindu month of Kartika -- is considered to be particularly auspicious. You'll find fairs and religious celebrations happening all over the country.
 
Bakra-Eid
The feast of Bakra-Id is an occasion to give and to sacrifice. It is a day to thank the Almighty for one's good fortune and to share it with the less fortunate people. Eid al-Adha or Id-ul-Azha, as it is known in Arabic, translates as 'the feast of sacrifice'.
 
Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami
Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami is an important Hindu festival. It is celebrated by Indians every year in the Hindu Vikrami Calender month of Ashwin (October).
 
Navratri
Navarathri is a Hindu festival of worship of Shakti and dance & festivities.
 
Eid Mubarak
During the month of Ramadan, Muslims observe a strict fast and participate in pious activities such as charitable giving and peace-making. It is a time of intense spiritual renewal for those who observe it.
 
Shree Krishna Janmashtami
Janmashtami is the birthday of Lord Krishna, the re-incarnation of Lord Vishnu who gave us the vital message of the Bhagwat Gita - the guiding principles for every Hindu.Janmashtami is celebrated with full vigor all over the country. Janmashtami is celebrated in various parts of India to mark the birth of Lord Krishna. It is observed on the Ashtami day of the Shravan month.
 
Raksha Bandhan
Feasted with the love and enamor with care, every soul is ready to celebrate the sacred festival of raksha bandhan on 2nd August, 2012
 
Amavasi in Marathi Ashada Mahina
Amavasi in Marathi Ashada Mahina Ashada Amavasya or No moon day is on July 30. The Amavasi begins at 2:04 AM on July 30 and ends at 12:10 AM on July 31. Ashada Mahina EkadasiAshadi Ekadasi, Dev Shayani Ekadasi, Pandarpur Yatra – July 11.
 
Teej Festival
The Teej festival is an important festival for married women, and much anticipated monsoon festival. It commemorates the reunion of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, after she paid a penance of 100 years separation.
 
Ashadhi Ekadasi
Ashadhi Ekadasi, or Ashada Devasayani Ekadashi, is observed during the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) in Ashada Month (June – July). In 2011, the date of Ashadhi Ekadasi is July 11.
 
Guru Poornima
According to both Hindu and Buddhist traditions, Guru Puja or Guru Purnima is celebrated on the full moon day of the lunar month of Ashadha, which corresponds to June-July of the Roman calendar.
 
The Rath Yatra festival
The Rath Yatra festival is based around the worship of Lord Jagannath (a reincarnation of Lords Vishnu and Krishna). It commemorates his annual visit to his aunt's home.
 
Jambheswar Fair
The Jambheswar fair is in honour of Jambheswari who is the founder of the Bishnoi sect. Every year two fairs are held in his honour on Phalgun Budi Amavasya and Ashivan Budi Amavasya in Mukm village in Bikaner district. Phalgun Budi Amavasya is the biggest fair.
 
Vata Poornima Festival
Vata Poornima Festival Vata poornima fasting is observed by married women for the well being of their husbands in certain parts of India
 
Buddha Purnima
Buddha Jayanti or also known as Buddha Purnima is the most sacred festivals of Buddhist.
 
Balarama Jayanthi
Balrama was born as the brother of Krishna. Balrama is a symbol of strength, an obedient son, an ideal brother and husb
 
Happy Easter 2011
Easter is the annual festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the principal feast of the Christian year
 
Hanuman Jayanti
anuman is personified as the perfect bhakt (devotee) - his devotion to Shri SitaRam and Lahksman
 
GOOD FRIDAY-2011
ood Friday is the Friday within Holy Week, and is traditionally a time of fasting and penance
 
Gudi Padwa
Gudi Padwa is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month. Gudi Padwa is celebrated as the New Year day by Maharashtrians.
 
Holi
One of the major festivals of India, Holi is celebrated with enthusiasm and gaiety. HOLI, THE GRAND FESTIVAL MARKED BY COLOURED WATER, gaiety and real gay abandon, comes when the cold winter months give way to summer.
 
Mahashivratri
Mahashivratri (also known as Shivaratri) is a Hindu festival dedicated to Shiva, who destroys the universe, one of the deities of the Hindu Trinity.
 
Eid-e-Milad
Eid-e-Milad also known as 'Milad-ul Nabi' or Mawlid is celebrated to commemorate the birth and death anniversary of Prophet Muhammad. It is celebrated on the twelfth day of the third month Rabi-ul-Awwal
 
Lohri - Harvest Festival of Punjab
Lohri is the harvest festival of Punjab, famously known as the the breadbasket state of India. Thus, people residing in Punjab attach a great significance to Lohri, the festival in feasts and foods.
 
New Year Festival 2011
New Year's Day marks the end of one year and beginning of the other. New Year is celebrated by all countries that measure yearly calendars. Most countries across the globe follow the Gregorian calendar and celebrate their New Year's Day on January 1. In several countries January 1 is a holiday. Grand bashes, balls and parades are organized to welcome the New Year and bid adieu to the old. New Year is celebrated by many cultures and countries around the world including the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and India.
 
Muharram
This Muslim festival of mourning is observed in the first month of the Hijra year, Muharram.The festival commemorates the martyrdom of the prophet
 
Bada Osha
The festival of Bada Osha is primarily celebrated at the temple of Lord Mahadeva- Dhabaleswar. The temple is situated on an island in the river Mahanadi. The temple is located very close to the city of Cuttack, nearly 3Kms. Although the temple is always occupied by devotees, but on the Festival of Bada Osha, lakhs of tourists and devotees throng the place of worship to offerprayers.
 
Bakri Eid
Bakri Eid is a occasion celebrated by the Muslims across the world. It is a Muslim festival of giving and sacrifices. On this day people thank the Creator for their good fortune
 
Chhath Puja
Chhath (Hindi: also called Dala Chhath) is an ancient Hindu festival dedicated to Surya, the Hindu Sun God, Surya, also known as Surya Shashti. The Chhath Puja is performed in order to thank Surya for sustaining life on earth and to request the granting of certain wishes.
 
Bhai Dooj
For Hindus, the story behind each festival play a very important role in the formation of their culture and have a very deep significance and values.
 
Chotti Diwali
Diwali is the only festival that brings series of festivals with it. One after the other it gives us the chance to celebrate five festivals together. choti Diwali which falls on the fourteenth day of the Hindi month, Kartik just after burst and fewer lights lit.
 
Dhanteras
Dhanteras marks the first day of five-days-long Diwali Festival. Dhanteras Festival, also known as Dhantrayodashi
 
Jagaddhatri Puja
Jagaddhatri Puja is one of the important festivals celebrated mainly in the Hooghly district of West Bengal. Devotees worship and celebrate reincarnation of goddess Durga in the name of Jagaddhatri and create the splendid ambiance with high festive spirit
 
Karva Chauth
The day of Karva Chauth is celebrated mostly amongst the entire North Indian community settled either in India and other parts of the world. The most important aspect of this day is that a dawn to dusk fast is undertaken by the North Indian ladies
 
Navratri
'Nav' means 'nine' and 'ratri' means 'night'. Thus, 'Navratri' means 'nine nights'. There are many legends attached to the conception of Navratri like all Indian festivals. All of them are related to Goddess Shakti (Hindu Mother Goddess) and her various forms.
 
Ganesh Chaturthi
He is always honored first in most worship services and rituals. He is known as the god who removes all obstacles,one who gives you success in your ventures.
 
Raksha Bandhan
The festival nurtures a rich heritage of legendary traditions, some rooted back to the ages of the great epics.
 
Nag Panchami
In many places, two idols of snakes are drawn on both sides of doors using cow dung on this day.
 
Kokila Vrat
Goddess Parvati appeared in different forms during different periods by different names. One such form is Sati, the daughter of Daksha Prajapati.
 
Guru Purnima
Hindus attach paramount importance to spiritual gurus. Gurus are often equated with God and always regarded as a link between the individual and the Immortal.
 
Puri Rath Yatra Festival
The Rath Yatra festival is based around the worship of Lord Jagannath On the second day of the Shukla Paksha
 
vat purnima
There is one more story behind this occasion. Savitri –wife of satyawan save his life from Yamadoot on this day.
 
Shani Amavasya
Shani Amavasya is the Amavasya day that falls on a shanivar or Saturday. Some Hindu communities consider Amavasya as inauspicious day and the Amavasya
 
Hanuman Jayanti 7th june 2010
Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated in Vaishakh Month in many South Indian regions especially in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka
 
Narasimha Jayanthi
There is a great story behind this famous festival. Heranyakasip – a demon king get a boon of immortality from lord Brama after a hard worship. He gets the charm that he would not be able to murder by Men or Animal
 
Akshaya Tritiya
is the third day of bright half (Shukla Paksha) of Vaishaka month of Hindu (April – May). This is one of the four most auspicious days of the year.
 
Adhik Vaishakh Purnima
Purnima or Poornima is an auspicious day in Hinduism. Poornima is the full moon day and many important rituals and festivals takes place on full moon day.
 
Bengali New Year
If you are in Bengal at the time of mid April, you will hear people wishing each other Shubo Nabo Barsho.
 
BAISAKHI
The day is considered very auspicious and big melas (fairs) of cows and buffaloes are organized in the village grounds, where many financial transactions take place
 
Happy Easter
Easter is the annual festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the principal feast of the Christian
 
Good Friday
Good Friday is the Friday within Holy Week, and is traditionally a time of fasting and penance, commemorating the anniversary of Christ's crucifixion and death.
 
Hanuman Jayanti
Sri Hanuman is worshipped all over India-either alone or together with Sri Rama. Every temple of Sri Rama has the murti or idol of Sri Hanuman.
 
Mahavira Jayanthi
Mahavira lived a life of absolute truthfulness, a life of perfect honesty and a life of absolute chastity. He lived without possessing any property at all.
 
Chaitra Navaratri
Vasant Navratri, also known as Vasant Navratras and Ram Navaratri, is the festival of nine nights dedicated to Hindu Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati
 
Gudhi Padva
Gudhi Padva is celebrated on first day of lunar month Chaitra. It is the beginning of the new year Hindu Shalivahan Shak
 
Eid-e-Milad-Un-Nabi
Eid-e-Milad is here and its time to celebrate. It is time to remember the teachings of the Prophet and follow the mission the Prophet dedicated all his life to.
 
Happy Holi
There is no puja associated with Holi, except putting a little colour on the faces of the gods,at the beginning of the festival.
 
Basant Panchami
Basant Panchami has a specific meaning, Basant means Spring, whereas Panchami means the fifth day of the spring. It falls on Panchami - on the Waxing Moon.
 
Makar Sankranti
Makar Sankranti, also known as Sankranti or Makara Sankrant, is one of the highly auspicious days in a Hindu calendar and the day is dedicated to the worship of Lord Surya (Sun God). Makara Sankrant is the day when the sun enters into the zodiac Capricorn or Makara
 
Muharram
Muharram is not a particular day, but the name of a month that marks the beginning of the year according to the Islamic calendar.
 
Marry Christmas
Mary, a virgin, was living in Galilee of Nazareth and was engaged to be married to Joseph, a Jewish carpenter. An angel visited her and explained to her that she would conceive a son by the power of the Holy Spirit. She would carry and give birth to this child and she would name him Jesus.
 
Bakri Eid
Bakri Eid is a occasion celebrated by the Muslims across the world. It is a Muslim festival of giving and sacrifices. On this day people thank the Creator for their good fortune and do special services to the less fortunate people in a respect of sharing their fortune.
 
Moses
Martyred priest of Rome, probably of Jewish heritage. He corresponded with St. Cyprian and opposed the Novatian heresy. Moses was imprisoned for a year during the persecution instituted by Emperor Trajanus Decius
 
St. Agnes of Assisi
Agnes was born in Assisi. She was the younger sister of St. Clare. At fifteen she joined Clare at the Benedictine convent of Sant'Angelo di Panzo.
 
Spirit of Voice Festival
The Spirit of Voice Festival returns to Galway in 2009. From 6th - 8th November the international festival of voices for the 6th time will host 3 days of concerts, workshops and vocal projects bringing people together again.
 
Guru Nanak
Nanak, the Khatri mystic and poet and founder of the Sikh religion, was born in 1469 A.D. in the village of Talwandi on the Ravi, in the Lahore district of Punjab. On one side of the house in which Guru Nanak was born, there stands now the famous
 
Diwali in history
The history of Diwali is replete with legends and these legends are moored to the stories of Hindu religious scriptures, mostly the Puranas. Though the central theme of all legends point out to the classic truth of the victory of the good over the evils
 
Navratri
'Nav' means 'nine' and 'ratri' means 'night'. Thus, 'Navratri' means 'nine nights'. There are many legends attached to the conception of Navratri like all Indian festivals. All of them are related to Goddess Shakti (Hindu Mother Goddess) and her various forms.
 
Mount Mary feast
the feast of St. Mary is celebrated on the Sunday following 8 September, the birthday of the Virgin Mary. This is a week long celebration known as the Bandra Fair
 
Ganesh Chaturthi
He is always honored first in most worship services and rituals. He is known as the god who removes all obstacles,
 
Janmashtami
Janmashtami celebrates the birth of one of the most famous Gods of Hindu religion, Bhagwan Krishna, on the eighth day (Ashtami) in the month of Sravana or Savana.
 
Kajari Teej
On this day, swings are laid down in the garden and ladies sing auspicious songs and dance with full enthusiasm. Some Kajari songs are sung to welcome monsoon season while others depict happiness and union of lovers.
 
Raksha Bandhan
Sisters tie rakhi on the wrist of brothers and pray for their well being. In return, brother give pledge to protect her.
 
Jhulan Yatra
Jhulan Yatra is Lord Krishna’s swing festival and on this day devotees place an idol of Krishna or Lord Jagannath on a lavishly decorated swing.
 
Shravan Mahina
In Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, Shravan month begins on July 22, 2009 and ends on August 20.
 
Guru Purnima
Guru Purnima, also referred as Sage Veda Vyasa Poornima, is celebrated on the full moon day in the Hindu month of Ashada (July). The day is dedicated to Guru and he/she is honored and given due respect.
 
Shasti Vratam
Shasti Vratam or Upvaas is an important fast dedicated to Lord Muruga or Kartikeya. There are two Shastis in a Hindu lunar month
 
Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj
King Shahu was an invaluable gem in the history of Kolhapur. Such great people are born once in a thousand years and spread their light on us and our future generations.
 
Somvati Amavasi
Amavasai is the darkest day in a month in Hindu calendar and is considered highly auspicious for conducting Tarpan and Shradh rituals dedicated to dead ancestors.
 
Sankata Chaturthi
Lord Ganesha gives a promising start to all ventures be it a new business, buying or selling residence or even opening a bank account.
 
Vata Savitri
The fasting is assigned to Savitri and Satyavana her husband who was destined to die within one year but was brought back to life by her severe penance.
 
Nirjala Ekadasi
Nirjala Ekadasi is one of the most popular and toughest Ekadashi Fasting days. Ekadasi fasting is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed on the 11th day of a fortnight
 
Durgashtami
Making use of his tantric powers, Bhairon Nath was able to see Her going towards the Trikuta mountains and gave chase
 
vinayak chaturthi
Lord Ganesha is considered to be a very powerful god and people pray to him first before starting anything - be it a new job or even school exams!
 
Savitri Brata
Savitri Brata, also known as Savithri Amavasya, is an important fast (brata) observed by married women in Orissa. Fasting on the no moon day
 
Apara Ekadasi
The importance of Apara Ekadashi was explained by Lord Krishna to Yudishitira, the eldest of the Pandavas. Washing away the sins committed is the main benefit from observing Apara Ekadasi.
 
Sri Narasimha Jayanthi
The fourth and the greatest incarnation of Lord Vishnu amongst his ten prime avataras is Lord Narasimha who emerged out of a pillar as Man-Lion, i.e.,Lion's head on Man's trunk.
 
Mohini Ekadashi
Mohini Ekadashi occurs during the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) in the month of April/May. Ekadasi fasting, which falls on the 11th day
 
Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti
Adi Shankaracharya, also known as Sankara Bhagavatpadacarya, was born in the 8th century AD at Kaladi in Kerala. Adi Shankara is the greatest Hindu saint and Indian philosopher
 
Varuthini Ekadashi
By observing fast on this particular Ekadasi sins are cleansed and the person is blessed with happiness and wealth.
 
Assam New Year 2009
Bohag Bihu, also known as Rongali Bihu, is the Assamese New Year and is observed for three days as per the traditional Assamese Calendar.
 
VISHU FESTIVAL
Vishu is one of the most important and unique Malayalam Hindu Festival celebrated in Kerala, India. Vishu Festival is celebrated as the astronomical or Zodiac New Year by Malayalis
 
Dr. Ambedkar
He had dedicated his entire life for the upliftment of the deprived section of the society. Hence many Indians and even people from other countries revere him as a great social reformer
 
Happy Easter
Easter is the annual festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the principal feast of the Christian year. It is celebrated on a Sunday
 
Good Friday
Good Friday is the Friday within Holy Week, and is traditionally a time of fasting and penance, commemorating the anniversary of Christ's crucifixion and death.
 
Maundy Thusday
Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday marks a number of significant events starting with Jesus' preparation for Last Supper and ending with Jesus' arrest
 
Sri Vardhamana Mahavira Jayanthi
Mahavira was born in 599 B.C. He lived for 72 years. He abandoned home in 569 B.C. He attained omniscience in 557 B.C. and entered into Nirvana in 527 B.C. He was the last Tirthankara.
 
Palm Sunday
Palm Sunday is a Christian portable buffet which always celebrates on Sunday before Easter.
 
Rama Navami
Ramanavami celebrates the birth of Rama or Ramachandra. On the ninth day of the first fortnight of Chaitra the birth of Rama is commemorated.
 
Gudhipadva
As per Hindu mythology Lord Brahma, created the Universe on this day & hence it is believed to be the beginning of the Universe.
 
Sankashti Chaturthi
The monthly Chaturti day which falls after full moon in which a fast (fasting) is observed is known as Sankashti Chaturthi.
 
Holi Festival
One of the major festivals of India, Holi is celebrated with enthusiasm and gaiety on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun
 
Amalaki Ekadasi - Day of Lord Vishnu
There was once a kingdom named VaidishA, where all the brAhmanas, kshatriyas, vaishyas, and shudras were equally endowed with Vedic knowledge
 
Ash Wednesday
many people would not think of letting Ash Wednesday go by without a trip to church to be marked with an ashen cross on their foreheads.
 
Vasant Panchami
The most significant aspect of this day is that Hindu children are taught reading and writing their first words on this day
 
Chinese New Year
The Chinese New Year is called Yuan Tan by the Chinese. Yuan Tan is celebrated on the second new moon after the winter solstice.
 
'Timkat' - The Feast of Epiphany
This is the greatest festival of the year, falling on 19 January, just two weeks after the Ethiopian Christmas. It is actually a three-day affair
 
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2009
The Church Unity Octave, a forerunner of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, was developed by Father Paul Wattson, SA, at Graymoor in Garrison, New York
 
Makar Sankranti
Lakhs of people take a dip in places like Ganga Sagar & Prayag and pray to Lord Sun.
 
Music Celebration and Festival
These represent the good intention of Shiva consciousness: God wants to create beauty and life
 
The Three King Feast
Three Kings, who figure in the New Testament story as the Magi or Wise Men of the East. You will undoubtedly remember how these Wise Men were
 
Shani Amavasya
Shani is the Supreme adjudicator of all the celestial planets, and immediately a day after the Shani Amavasya, i.e on 27th Dec, the Shani will transit to the Leo
 
DATTA JAYANTI
The full moon day in the month of Margashirsha brings the festival ofDattaJayanti. Dattatreyais a crnsayz deity consisting of all the gods of the triad - Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh.
 
Bakri-Id
Id-ul-Zuha or Bakrid is one of the most celebrated festivals among Muslims of India. The festival of sacrifice, when the Muslims of all over India sacrifice 'Bakra' (goat),
 
The Birth of Jesus:
While Mary was still engaged to Joseph, she miraculously became pregnant through the Holy Spirit, as foretold to her by the angel
 
Celebrating for the Feast of St. Francis Xavier
St. Francis Xavier's feast on December 3 falls at the beginning of Advent. His work as a missionary should help us ponder our missionary duty, especially as we contemplate this penitential and preparational season. Presented are other ideas on contemplating this saint's day.
 
Thanksgiving Day 27th Nov 2008
The American customs of Thanksgiving orbit around a enormous and abundant meal, more often than not with Turkey as the attraction
 
Guru Nanak Jayanti
Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of the Sikh faith, was born in the month of Kartik (October/November), and his birthday is known as Guru Nanak Jayanti.
 
Kartik Purnima
The whole month of 'Kartika' is considered to be the most sacred for the pious Hindus. All of them take pre-dawn bath and visit temples.
 
Happy Diwali
Deewali is a festival of joy, splendor, brightness and happiness. It is the festival of lights and is celebrated with great enthusiasm by all Indians all over the world.
 
Karva Chauth
The fast of Karva Chauth is kept by Hindu women,this year will fall on Friday, October 17, 2008
 
HAPPY DASARA
Dasera is a major Hindu festival, as it makes up one of the three-and-a-half auspicious days (sade teen muhurta) of the year.
 
Eid Ul Fitar:The Biggest Muslim Festival
Eid Ul Fitar or the festival of fast breaking is the biggest Muslim festival will be celebrated on Wednesday, 1st October
 
Goddess Durga
Navratri, the festival of nights, lasts for 9 days with three days each devoted to worship of Ma Durga
 
Onam
Onam is the harvest festival of Kerala and celebrated for 10 days during Aug/Sep every year in which all sections of the people participate.
 
Festivals - Ganesh Chaturthi: 3rd September
GANESH IS THE FOREMOST GOD OF THE HINDU PANTHEON.The god with the elephant head is the second son of Shiv and Parvati ( in south India he is regared as the first son).
 
Sri Krishna Janmashtami,Aug 23rd
Sri Krishna Asthami / Sri Krishna Janmashtami / Krishna Jayanthi Lord Krishna
 
RAKSHA BANDHAN on 16th Aug
Raksha Bandhan in 2008 is on Saturday, the 16th of August.
 
Naga Panchami 6th August 2008
Naga Panchami (Naga Chauthi)-the festival of snakes is one of the important festivals of Hindus and celebrated all over India to pay respect to snakes.
 
Aadi Krithigai:27-July-2008
Aadi is the fourth month of the Tamil calendar which starts from July16th. It is believed that Lord Surya (Sun god) changes his direction from north to south in the month of Aadi.
 
Guru Purnima:July 18th, 2008
July 18th, 2008, is Guru Purnima, the auspicious Day of Guru, the Spiritual Master.
 
Rath Yatra
The biggest and the grandest of all festivals, the highlight is the the sacred journey of images of lord jagannath of puri with brother balabhadra and sister subhadra from main temple to Gundicha Temple, where they remain for nine days. The mammoth wooden chariots carrying the three deities pulled by thousands of devotees present a spectacular scene. The yatra (journey) begins on the second day of the lunar month (asadha).
 
Akshaya Tritiya
May Fairs Festivals :An Auspicious Day.starts on this day, which is celebrated as well as the day on which treta yuga began. Barley, one of the main ingredients for homa, which is the yuga dharma of Treta Yuga, was also created on this day.
 
Christmas
Christians all over the world celebrate the birth or Nativity of Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, on 25th of December every year. This is the most important and the gayest festival of the Christians
 
Sindhara
SINDHARA IS CELEBRATED ON THE DOOJ OF THE MOONLIT fortnight of the Sawan month (some time in July or August) just a day before Teej, when the rains fall on the sun-baked and parched plains of North India, thus ending summer.
 
Baisakhi
BAISAKHI, LIKE LOHRI, IS AGAIN A FESTIVAL OF NORTH INDIA and a very prominent one for Punjab.
 
Bhai Dooj
ALL FESTIVALS IN THE HINDU WAY OF LIFE ALWAYS HAVE something to do with relatives. Family ties are paramount- these ties keep the family unit together, throughout a lifetime
 
DIWALI:
DIWALI MARKS ONE OF THE BIGGEST AND GRANDEST celebrations in India. Diwali is also known as the 'festival of light'. On this day, Lord Ram
 
Durga Puja
The beautiful idols of the ten headed but fierce goddess on her lion is worshipped with great enthusiasm.
 
Holi
HOLI, THE GRAND FESTIVAL MARKED BY COLOURED WATER, gaiety and real gay abandon, comes when the cold winter months give way to summer.
 
Makar Sankranti
MAKAR SANKRANTI FESTIVAL FALLS ON THE DAY OF THE YEAR when the sun-considered the king of all grahas (planets)-is in the rasi (zodiac sign) known as Makar ( Capricorn ).
 
Basant Panchami
'AYA BASANT PALA URANT' (SPRING) AND winter flies runs a popular saying in North India .This is one of the first festivals of the year. The cold, miserable days usually give way to warmer ones and the fields become very beautiful with the swaying of yellow sarson (mustard)
 
MAHASHIVRATRI
ON THE 'THRATHSHI' OR THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF THE waning moon in the month of Phagun falls the festival of Mahashivratri, symbolising the wedding day of shiv and Parvati. This festival comes some time in February or March according to the English calendar (14-15 days before Holi ).
 
Parsi New Year ( Pateti )
Navroj is the first day of the first month of the Zoroastrian year. "Struggle for good against Evil With Humata (good thoughts), Hukta (good words) and Havarshta (good deeds).
 
Kojagari Purnima
The full moon day of Ashwin is called the Kojagari Purnima on which day people keep awake till late at nights be observing fasts. This ceremony owes its origin to the Kojagari Purnima Vrat sacred to the Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Indra on this night.
 
Chhat
THERE IS NO VRAT AS SEVERE AS CHHAT. THE PEOPLE OF BIHAR have made it their special celebration. The eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh and some parts of Madhya Pradesh also give great importance to this fast, and all of them celebrate it as a festival for six days,
 
Kati Bihu
BIHU COMES THREE TIMES IN THE YEAR, AND MARKS THE change of seasons in the lush green hills and the valleys at the foothills of the Himalayas in Assam.Every home in Assam used to have a loom.
 
Paryushana
The Paryushana is the most important festival among the Jain festivals and it is observed during every Chaturmas commencing on the twelfth day of the shukla phase of Bhadrapad month and ending on the fourth day of Krishna Phase of Bhadrapad. This is in August-September, and peak monsoon time (this year it starts from 15th August 2001 and ends on 22nd Aug'01).
 
TEEJ
THE TEEJ FESTIVAL FALLS ON THE THIRD DAY OF THE MOONLIT fortnight of Sawan month (in July or August), which is a day after Sindhara
 
Shraadh
LIFE IS MEANT TO BE A COMPLETE STORY WITH ITS SHARE OF joy, sorrow, ambition and achievemwnts. After going through childhood, middle age, and old age, all people have to leave this world one day. Whatever be the age of a person, he or she is missed the most by the family
 
Nirjala Ekathshi
EKATHSHI COMES TWICE IN A MONTH ACCORDING TO THE Hindu calendar. It falls on the eleventh day of the waxing moon (Sukul Paksh) and again on the eleventh day of the waning moon (Krishna Paksh).
 
Pongal
PONGAL IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE MOST IMPORTANT FESTIVAL Celebrated by Tamilians. This is a harvest festival honouring the sun god and the god of rain, Indra. Pongal represents a kind of thanksgiving for the plentiful paddy crop that the farmer has harvested during the mild winter monthsin the south of India.
 
Vishu in Kerala
Vishu is the astronomical or zodiac New Year in Kerala. It is observed by Malayalis around the world and falls on the first day of the Malayalam month Medam (April-May). In 2008, the date of Vishu is April 14.
 
Bohag Bihu,Assam
Rongali Bihu, also known as Bohag Bihu, is the Hindu New Year in Assam. It is celebrated for three days in April and begins on the last day of the Assamese month ‘Chait.’ The New Year falls on the first day of Bohag month. In 2008, Rongali Bihu is on April 14.
 
Bengali New Year Celebration
The Hindu New Year in West Bengal and Bangladesh is celebrated in the month of Vaishakh or Baisakh (April – May).
 
Rama Navami celebrations
CHENNAI: Rama Navami will be celebrated in Oppiliappan Temple near Kumbakonam from April 14. Important events in the 10-day festival include Putra Kameshti Jayaprada Velvi (April 20); Sita Kalyanam (April 22); Kanakabhishekam and Pattabhishekam (April 23). This will be followed by Kanakabhishekam for Anjaneya on April 24.
 
Cheti Chand
Cheti Chand is the Sindhi New Year and is celebrated by the Sindhis all around the world.
 
Gudi Padwa Or Ugadi
This festival marks the beginning of New Year in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and parts of Karnataka. This festival is known as Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra and Ugadi in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.
 
Ram Navami
Bhajans praising the exploits of Lord Rama, his loyal brother Lakshman and his devoted wife Sita are sung. The house is swept clean and pictures of Lord Rama, Lakshman, Sita and Hanuman are put on a dais in preparation for the puja. Flowers and incense are kept before the deities. There are two thaalis kept ready in the puja area. One contains the prasad and the other the items necessary for the puja like roli, aipun, rice, water, flowers, a bell and a conch.
 
Baisakhi
The most important festival which is celebrated in Punjab is Baisakhi, which marks the arrival of the harvesting season. The word Baisakhi is derived from the month of Vaisakha (April-May) in which the festival is celebrated.
 
Easter
Mumbai: Easter Celebrated with Fervour at Holy Spirit Church
 
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