Saturday , July 21 2018

Fairs & Festivals

Ratha Yatra Festival

Ratha Yatra Festival Ratha Yatra festival is also known as the Festival of Chariot, Car Festival, Dashavatar Yatra, Gundicha Jatra, Navadina Yatra and Ghosa Jatra which is celebrated every year in India with great enthusiasm, joy and happiness by the people. This festival is fully devoted to the Hindu God, ...

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Holi Festival

Holi Festival As the Holi festival celebration in India brings a lot of happiness, joy and colors to everyone’s life to make the life of people colorful, it is commonly called as the “Festival of Colors”. As it brings the unity and love among people, it is also called as ...

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Hanuman Jayanti Festival

Hanuman Jayanti Festival Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated every year by the people in India to commemorate the birth of Hindu Lord, Hanuman. It is celebrated annually in the Hindi month of Chaitra (Chaitra Pournima) on 15th day of the Shukla Paksha. How and When to Celebrate Hanuman Jayanti Lord Hanuman, ...

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Ganesh Chaturthi Festival

Ganesh Chaturthi Festival Ganesha Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi festival 2015 would be celebrated by the Hindu people living in India as well as abroad on 17th of September, at Thursday. It falls every year in the Bhaadrapada month on shukla chaturthi (fourth lunar day) and ends on Anant Chaturdashi (fourteenth ...

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Easter Festival

Easter Festival Easter is the most significant festival of the Western Christian year celebrated every year by the people of Christian religion to commemorate the rebirth of the Jesus Christ on the third day of his crucifixion (celebrated as the Good Friday) at Calvary. Easter is celebrated as the Easter ...

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Buddha Purnima Festival

Buddha Purnima Buddha Purnima festival is celebrated every year in the Hindi month of Vaishakha to commemorate the birth anniversary, Enlightenment and Mahaparinirvana (death anniversary) of the Gautama Buddha. The birth name of the Gautama Buddha was Siddhartha Gautama who later became a great Buddha and called as Gautama Buddha. ...

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Diwali Festival

When Diwali is Celebrated Diwali is celebrated at 13th lunar day of the Krishna paksha (also known as the dark fortnight) according to the Hindu calendar in the month of Ashwin. It is traditionally celebrated every year between the mid October and mid November, 18 days after the Dussehra festival. ...

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