HINDU FESTIVAL

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Pithori Amavasya is a recognition performed by mother for her youngsters’ wellbeing and flourishing. Substance implies flour by which the name appears. On Pitori Amavas, wedded ladies, particularly moms, love 64 Goddesses for their kids’ long life.

Raksha Bandhan

This is very special festival celebrated in India which shows the love between brothers and sisters. The occasion of Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu luni-solar calendar in the month of Shravana which typically falls in the August month.

 
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Mahalaxmi Pooja

Jyeshta Gauri Pujan, one of the popular vratas observed in Bhadrapada month in Maharashtra as per Marathi calendar.

Diwali is the five-day festival of lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus.  Diwali meaning “festival of lights” springs from the original Sanskrit word “Deepavali” which means a row or series of lights.

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Kojagiri Pournima

Kojagiri Purnima is one of the most popular and widely celebrated festivals. It is believed that on this day the moon comes out in all different phases.

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Tulsi Vivaha

This is a marriage that is celebrated by Hindus all over India for the union of Shrimati Tulsi Devi and Lord Sri Krishna. The day after Kartiki Ekadashi, comes the beautiful festival of Tulsi Vivaha which is symbolic of India’s love and respect for plants and trees.

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Diwali

Diwali is the five-day festival of lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus. Diwali meaning “festival of lights” springs from the original Sanskrit word “Deepavali” which means a row or series of lights.

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Navratri Mahotstav

Navratri is a nine-night festival that ends with Dussehra, or Vijayadashami, which celebrates the victory of good over evil. The Sharada Navratri commences on the first day (pratipada) of the bright fortnight of the lunar month of Ashvini.

Hartalika Pujan

Hartalika Pujan

Hartalika Teej Vrat is observed during Shukla Paksha Tritiya of Bhadrapada month. It is mostly celebrated a day before the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. On this day, the statues of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are made with the sand and worshipped.

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Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti 2018: Celebrated in different parts of the country in diverse ways, Makar Sankranti denotes the entry of the sun into the zodiac sign of Makara (Capricorn) as it travels on its celestial path. This year, the festival will be celebrated on January 14. This

Mahashivratri

Maha shivratri which means “the Great Night of Shiva” is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honour of the god Shiva. Festival is celebrated with devotion and religious fervor on the moonless 14th night of the new moon in the Hindu month of Phalgun. It is observed by remembering Shiva and chanting prayers, fasting, doing Yoga and meditating ethics.

Holi Purnima

Holi Purnima

Holi, known as the ‘festival of colours’ is celebrated on the full moon day falling in the month of Phalguna (Feb-Mar). Like many other festivals in India, Holi also signifies a victory of good over evil. As per ancient mythology, there is a legend of King Hiranyakashipu with who Holi is associated.

Hanuman Jayanti

Hanuman Jayanti

Hanuman Jayanti is a celebration of the birth of a Lord Hanuman who is known as one of the biggest devotees of Lord Rama. The festival, also known as Hanumanth Jayanti, is celebrated across the globe to commemorate the birth of Lord Hanuman.

Shriram Navmi

Shriram Navmi

Ram Navami is a festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Rama. Rama Navami falls on the ninth day of a Hindu lunar year or Chaitra Masa Sukla paksha Navami, which usually falls in March or April.

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Gudi Padwa

Gudi Padwa, which is also known as Ugadi or Yugadi in south India, is a festival celebrated to welcome spring season and New Year. The first day of the Chaitra month is celebrated as Gudi Padwa by the Hindus. It is the beginning of the Hindu New Year.

Akshay Tritiya

Akshay Tritiya

It is believed that this day brings good fortune and luck in your life. Also known as Akha Teej, Akshaya Tritiya is celebrated on the third lunar day of the bright fortnight.

Rath Saptami

Rath Saptami

Magha sukla Paksha saptami is known as Ratha Saptami & is considered as the most auspicous day to worship Lord Surya. It is also believed that Surya Deva started illuminating the whole world on the Saptami Tithi and hence it is also known as “Surya Jayanti”.

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Mahalaxmi Pooja

Jyeshta Gauri Pujan, one of the popular vratas observed in Bhadrapada month in Maharashtra as per Marathi calendar. It is observed during Jyeshta constellation hence known as Jyeshta Gauri Vrata. Married women perform “Haldi-kumkum” celebrations and distribute several types of offerings among them. The procedure of puja may differ from caste to caste and region to region.

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Nag Panchmi

Naagpanchmi is traditional worship of snakes or cobras observed by Hindus throughout India . This is the fifth day of bright half of lunar month of Shravan. According to Garud Puran, Naagpanchmi is very auspicious day for worshipping snakes and getting their blessings.

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Raksha Bandhan

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Deep Amavsya /Ashadh Amavasya

Deep amavasya is the last day of Hindu month Ashadh. After this day there is beginning of holy month Shravan.

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Pola

Pola falls on the day of the Pithori Amavasya (the new moon day) in the month of Shravana. Pola Festival is celebrated throughout the state of Maharashtra. Pola is mainly a farmer’s festival, wherein farmers worship their bulls, to thank them for their support in farming.

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Janmastami

Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is the celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna. this important day falls on the eighth day of the dark fortnight of Shravan month. Krishna was the eighth avatar of Vishnu. Krishna was the son of Vasudev and Devaki, he was their eighth son. Devaki’s brother, King Kansa had imprisoned his father and took over the throne.

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Pithori Amavas

Pithori Amavasya is a recognition performed by mother for her youngsters’ wellbeing and flourishing. Substance implies flour by which the name appears. On Pitori Amavas, wedded ladies, particularly moms, love 64 Goddesses for their kids’ long life.

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Pola

Pola falls on the day of the Pithori Amavasya (the new moon day) in the month of Shravana. Pola Festival is celebrated throughout the state of Maharashtra. Pola is mainly a farmer’s festival, wherein farmers worship their bulls, to thank them for their support in farming.