The indian Festivals

The Indian culture is a beautiful bouquet of thousands of unique cultures of all the communities.India is famous for a lot of things around the corner of the world. but Indian Festivals are the beauty of our culture that makes our life more colourful and lively.

5 Biggest Indian Festivals


Diwali or Deepawali is one of the biggest and most awaited festival of the year, usually celebrated in October or November. This is the festival of light and symbol of victory over evil. In north India, Deepawali celebrated to recall the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya and victory over Ravana.People start preparation for festival well in advance by cleaning their houses and purchasing oil /electric lamps. On the actual day of Diwali people decorate pooja room with lights, lamps and sweets. The best part of this festival is colourful Rangoli. To welcome the goddess Lakshmi, people kept open doors of their houses as long as possible.

After prayers, firecrackers ring loudly, lighting up the sky. For more details please check Wikipedia


The festival of colours usually celebrated in the month of March, People light the bonfire, burn statue of evil Holika, throw coloured powder, drench each other with water balloons etc. Holi is the festival of happiness and celebrates to welcome spring.

It is the symbol of hope, joy and the victory of good over evil. This is a carefree festival and nice fun to participate in and enjoy at fullest.


Eid or Eid-ul-Fitr is the finest festival of the Muslims. The Muslims, everywhere in the international, have to fun it with amazing rituals, zeal and gusto.

This festival marks the give up of Ramadan. Ramadan is a holy month of fasting. The Muslims study fasts for a full month after sighting the moon of ‘Ramzan’. While the month of Ramzan is over and the moon of Eid is sighted, people cease their Roja (fasts). In this way, the Muslims break their month-long rapid and celebrate the festival of Eid.During Ramzan people prefer to do charity as much as they can.

Every 12 months it comes off on the first day of the month of Shawwal. It’s for a day of gaiety, festivity and feasting .it is far a believed that fasting inside the month of ‘Ramzan’ purifies the soul. The prayers after fasting stop them from going to hell and open the doors of heaven. For this reason, they lead a natural and holy existence during the month of ‘Ramzan

Maha Shivratri

‘Maha Shivaratri’ is one of the maximum crucial gala’s of Hindus. Shivaratri literally means the wonderful night of Shiva.The Festival celebrating the marriage of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. According to Hindu calendar, Maha Shivratri falls on thirteenth night time/ 14th day of Krishna Paksha of Phalgun month.

On Maha Shivaratri, very early morning, Shiva temples are flocked via devotees. Shiva devotees have a look at fast throughout the day and night time. on this day, they carry out numerous rituals with the aid of doing rurdrabhishek and pour water and milk over the Shiva Lingam.

In addition to above, the devotees chant the mantra “Om Namah Shivaya“.

Navratri/Durga Pooja:

Durga Puja is one of all the largest and preferred festivals of South Asia like Asian country, East Pakistan and the Asian nation. It involves the ritual of worship of our goddess Durga. Therefore, the victory of the goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. The Festival honours the unbeatable women power in the form of “MAA SHAKTI”. 

It is also called ‘Navratri’ in northern and other Hindi-speaking regions of India. The rituals and fasting are being followed for complete 9 days, and the last day of fasting is ended up with “Kanjak Pujan”. People enjoy this celebration with halwa, puri and channa.

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