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Sawan Ke Somwar

Sawan Ke Somwar - सावन के सोमवार

As per Hindu religion, the Sawan is considered holiest month of the year. And सावन के सोमवार (Sawan Ke Somwar) are most favorable day of Lord Shiva.

Hal Sashti

Hal Sashti - हल षष्ठी

हल षष्ठी (Hal Sashti) festival is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Brother Balarama, the elder brother of Lord Krishna.

Janmashtami

Janmashtami - जन्माष्टमी

जन्माष्टमी (Janmashtami) celebrate as the birth of Lord Shri Krishna, the eighth and most powerful human incarnations / avatar of the Lord Vishnu. Popularly celebrated Krishna Janmashtami in North India and Gujarat, or Dahi Handi in Maharashtra.

Shivaratri

Shivaratri - शिवरात्रि

शिवरात्रि (Shivaratri)is a monthly festival coming 12/13 times in the year, which comes on the day of Triyodashi one day before full moon. Two shivaratri are most famous among all, Phalguna Triodshi is famous with the name of Maha Shivaratri and second one is Sawan Shivaratri.

Lalita Saptami

Lalita Saptami - ललिता सप्तमी

ललिता सप्तमी (Lalita Saptami) is celebrated on the birth Anniversary of devi Shri Lalita closest friend of Shri Radha Rani. Lalita devi was one of the most devoted gopi towards Shri Radha along with Vishakha. Lalita Saptami falls exactly a day before festival Radhashtami and 14 days after Janmashtami.

Radhashtami

Radhashtami - राधाष्टमी

राधाष्टमी (Radhashtami) is known as avtar day of Goddess Radha, the consort of Lord Krishna. She is also known as another form of Goddess Lakshmi. This day also honours the selfless bond of love between Sri Krishna and Radha, a unique relationship between human and God. Radha Ashtami is celebrated 15 days after famous festival Janmashtami.

Ganeshotsav

Ganeshotsav - गणेशोत्सव

गणेशोत्सव (Ganeshotsav) start with Ganesh Chaturthi, ends after 10 days on Anant Chaturdashi which is also known as Ganesh Visarjan day. Lord Ganesh is worshipped as the God of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune and offer Him sweet dish like modak.

Pitru Paksha

Pitru Paksha - पितृ पक्ष

पितृ पक्ष (Pitru Paksha) also known as श्राद्ध (Shraaddha) or Kanagat start with Purnima Shraddha, ends after 16 days on Sarva Pitru Amavasya which is also known as Sarvapitri Amavasya or Mahalaya Amavasya. Hindus pay homage to their ancestor (Pitrs), especially through food offerings.

Navratri

Navratri - नवरात्रि

नवरात्रि (Navratri), नवदुर्गा (Navadurga) is nine days festivity, all nine days are dedicated to nine forms of Goddess Aadi Shakti with governing planet.

Durga Puja

Durga Puja - दुर्गा पूजा

दुर्गा पूजा(Durga Puja) celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the evil demon Mahishasura therefore worshipped as Durgotinashini(the protector of her devotees). The six days defined as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami, and Vijayadashami. In Bengal, Assam, Odisha Puja pranaumced as Pujo.

Valmiki Jayanti

Valmiki Jayanti - वाल्मीकि जयंती

वाल्मीकि जयंती (Valmiki Jayanti) is a birth anniversary festival of Adi Kavi(First poet of Sanskrit) Maharishi Valmiki. Three other famous festivals are aligned with event Sharad Purnima, Tesu Punain, Kojagara Lakshmi Puja.

Bishnoi Sthapana Divash

Bishnoi Sthapana Divash - बिश्नोई स्थापना दिवस

बिश्नोई स्थापना दिवस (Bishnoi Sthapana Divash) is celebrated as the established day of Bishnoi sect in Kartik Krishna Ashtami 1485. The sect was founded by Guru Jambheshwar.

Diwali

Diwali - दिवाली

दिवाली (Diwali, English Meaning: Festival of Lights) also known as दीपावली (Deepawali) is the biggest and the brightest festival in India. Honour to return Maryada Purushottam Shri Rama, his wife Mata Sita and his brother Shri Lakshmana from exile of 14 years after victory over the demon king Ravana (The King of Lanka).

Gopashtami

Gopashtami - गोपाष्टमी

On गोपाष्टमी (Gopashtami) Nanda Maharaja performed a ceremony for the cows and Shri Krishna when He reached the pauganda age. This was the day for Shri Krishna and Balarama to herd the cows for the first time. Gopashtami is celebrated 7 days after famous festival Govardhan Puja.

Tulsi Vivah

Tulsi Vivah - तुलसी विवाह

तुलसी विवाह (Tulsi Vivah) is marriage ritual of Maa Tulsi and Lord Vishnu. During this festival all wedding related rituals performed including Kanyadan ceremony.

Dev Diwali

Dev Diwali - देव दिवाली

देव दिवाली (Dev Diwali) is the famous festival celebrated in Varanasi and east UP. Celebrated due to the victory of Lord Shiva over demon Tripurasur.

Vivah Panchami

Vivah Panchami - विवाह पंचमी

विवाह पंचमी (Vivah Panchami) is a popular Hindu festival celebrated as the weddings anniversary of Lord Shri Rama and Mata Sita.

Gita Jayanti

Gita Jayanti - गीता जयंती

गीता जयंती (Gita Jayanti) is the symbolic birth of Srimad Bhagvad Gita. It is celebrated on the Margashirsha Shukla Ekadashi, the 11th day of the waxing moon of month as per Hindu panchang.

New Year

New Year - नई साल

नई साल (New Year) is the time at which a new Gregorian calendar year begins and the calendars year count increments by one.

Bhairav Jayanti

Bhairav Jayanti - भैरव जयंती

भैरव जयंती (Bhairav Jayanti) festival dedicated to Baba Bhairav Nath, the fearsome form of Lord Shiva. Due to occurrence on Paush Shukla Dwitiya, also called Bhairav Dwitiya.

Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti - मकर संक्रांति

मकर संक्रांति (Makar Sankranti) festival is dedicated to the Hindu god Surya. When Sun shifted from dahanu to makar rashi or dakshinayan to uttarayan.

Paush Bada Utsav

Paush Bada Utsav - पौष बड़ा उत्सव

पौष बड़ा उत्सव (Paush Bada Utsav) is the festival celebrated during the Hindu calendar month Paush in Jaipur city, the capital of Indian state of Rajasthan. Paush means Hindu panchang month and Bada means pakode, the fried snack originating from the Indian subcontinent.

Vasant Panchami

Vasant Panchami - वसंत पंचमी

वसंत पंचमी (Vasant Panchami) is known as the avtaran day of Maa Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and wisdom on Magh Shukla Panchami. Largest festival of spring in the seasons. Yellow flowers are offered to Maa Saraswati which is easily available in this season.

Gupt Navratri

Gupt Navratri - गुप्त नवरात्रि

Out of four Navratris, there are two Gupt Navratri Magh and Ashadh. These Navratris are not well known by people therefore called गुप्त नवरात्रि(Gupt Navratri). During the Gupta Navratri, devotees worship the mother Kali, Tara Devi, Tripura Sundari, Bhubaneswarwari, Mata Chinnamasta, Tripura Bhairavi, Maa Dhrumavati, Mata Baglakami, Matangi and Kamala Devi.

Holi

Holi - होली

होली (Holi) Festival of Color three days festival, considered as second biggest festival on Hindu calendar after Diwali.

Cheti Chand

Cheti Chand - चेटी चंड

चेटी चंड (Cheti Chand) is a most popular festival of Sindhi people which is also celebrated as Sindhi New Year. Cheti Chand is decided on second day of Navratri as per Hindu calendar ie Chaitra Shukla Dwitiya.

Shri Hanuman Janmotsav

Shri Hanuman Janmotsav - श्री हनुमान जन्मोत्सव

श्री हनुमान जन्मोत्सव (Shri Hanuman Janmotsav) is an important festival of Hindus, the Vanar Dev Ram Bhakta in India celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Hanuman. Shri Hanumant embodies power and energy, and magical powers and the ability to keep evil spirits Ginte worshiped as a God.

Ram Navami

Ram Navami - राम नवमी

Lord Rama`s birthday राम नवमी (Ram Navami) celebrated on ninth day of Chaitra Navratri. Devotees take holy dip into river Sarayu in Ayodhya the birthplace Purushottam Shri Ram Chandra.

Mahavir Janma Kalyanak

Mahavir Janma Kalyanak - महावीर जन्म कल्याणक

महावीर जन्म कल्याणक (Mahavir Janma Kalyanak) is celebrated on the occasion of 24th Jain Tirthankar Shri Mahavir Swami`s birth anniversary. They spread the message of peace, non-violence and public welfare.

Baglamukhi Ashtami

Baglamukhi Ashtami - बगलामुखी अष्टमी

बगलामुखी अष्टमी (Baglamukhi Ashtami) is avtaran divas of Goddess Baglamukhi Mata also known as Maa Pitambara or Brahmastra Vidya. She has a golden complexion having moon on head with yellow dress. She worshipped to defeat enemy, win competitions and court cases.

Sita Navami

Sita Navami - सीता नवमी

सीता नवमी (Sita Navami) is avtaran divas of Ayodhya queen Devi Sita, the daughter of Mithila king Janaka and queen Sunayna also known as Janaki Navami. Her husband Lord Rama was also avtaran (born) one month before on Chaitra Shukla Navami or Ram Navami.

Narasimha Chaturdashi

Narasimha Chaturdashi - नृसिंह चतुर्दशी

On नृसिंह चतुर्दशी (Narasimha Chaturdashi) Lord Vishnu appeared as Lord Narasimha in the form of a half lion and half man, to save His Bhakt Prahlad.

Buddha Purnima

Buddha Purnima - बुद्ध पूर्णिमा

बुद्ध पूर्णिमा (Buddha Purnima) is birth and death date of Gautama Buddha which was called Siddhartha Gautama in childhood. He was a founder of Buddhism.

Vat Savitri Vrat

Vat Savitri Vrat - वट सावित्री व्रत

Married Hindu women whose husbands are alive celebrate वट सावित्री व्रत (Vat Savitri Vrat) to pray for their husband for a long life.

Shanishchari Amavasya

Shanishchari Amavasya - शनिश्चरी अमावस्या

शनिश्चरी अमावस्या (Shanishchari Amavasya) is avtaran divas of Suryadev and Devi Chayas son Lord Shani, misconceptual this festival is also known as Shani Jayanti. He governs planet Saturn, and assigned weekday Saturday for His prayer.

Ganga Dussehra

Ganga Dussehra - गंगा दशहरा

गंगा दशहरा (Ganga Dussehra) is avtarn day of Goddess Ganga from kamandal of Lord Brahma to the earth by king Bhagirath. Before avtarn on earth river Ganga was the part of haven.

Jagannath Rath Yatra

Jagannath Rath Yatra - जगन्नाथ रथ यात्रा

जगन्नाथ रथ यात्रा (Jagannath Rath Yatra) organized for Shri Vishnu avtran Lord Jagannatha with His brother Balabhadra and sister Devi Subhadra at famous Jagannatha temple Puri. Jagannatha temple is one of the four Hindu pilgrimage centers known as Char Dham pilgrimages that a Hindu.

Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima - गुरू पूर्णिमा

गुरू पूर्णिमा (Guru Purnima) festival is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists to pay their teachers. And teachers are called Guru as per Sanatan Dharm terminology.

Hariyali Teej

Hariyali Teej - हरियाली तीज

हरियाली तीज (Hariyali Teej) is one of the popular festivals among the married women of north India.

Nag Panchami

Nag Panchami - नाग पंचमी

नाग पंचमी (Nag Panchami) is the festival of snakes, people pray and milk bath to snaks. Nagdev is worshiped as protector of his area, therefore in some places he has also been called Kshetrapal.

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