Diwali, Holi, Vijayadashami, Durga Puja, Navratri...
Bhakti Bharat | 12 March, 2023
Makar Sankranti festival is dedicated to the Hindu god Surya. When Sun shifted from dahanu to makar rashi or dakshinayan to uttarayan. | read more »
Diwali, English Meaning: Festival of Lights also known as Deepawali is the biggest and the brightest festival in India. | read more »
Holi Festival of Color three days festival, considered as second biggest festival on Hindu calendar after Diwali. | read more »
This festival is known as Vijayadashami due to the victory of Shri Ram on the tenth day. | read more »
Durga Puja celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the evil demon Mahishasura therefore worshipped as Durgotinashini. | read more »
Raksha Bandhan is the most important festival of brotherhood in Hinduism. On this festival, the sisters tie the Raksha Sutras on the wrists of their brothers and wish their beloved brother a long and healthy life. | read more »
Navratri, Navadurga is nine days festivity, all nine days are dedicated to nine forms of Goddess Aadi Shakti with governing planet. | read more »
Janmashtami Krishna Janmashtami is a well-known festival that is celebrated as the birth of Bhagwan Krishna. | read more »
Maha Shivaratri and Sawan Shivaratri are the most famous one. | read more »
Ganeshotsav start with Ganesh Chaturthi, ends after 10 days on Anant Chaturdashi which is also known as Ganesh Visarjan day. | read more »
Lord Ram`s birthday Ram Navami celebrated on ninth day of Chaitra Navratri. | read more »
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