Most famous festival in india 


Diwali- Festival of Light

Diwali is joyously celebrated globally now. Sending a powerful message of the triumph of good over evil, the festival is celebrated in every nook and corner of the country. 


Holi- Festival of Color

Holi is celebrated by throwing and applying colours on each other, in myriad hues of jubilance.  


Christmas- Birth of Jesus Christ

he birth of Jesus Christ is celebrated with ecstatic merriment and wonderful joy, throughout India.   


Dussehra- Vijayadasami

The key attraction of this festival is the burning down of the effigies of Ravan and his two brothers, symbolic of when Lord Rama destroys Ravan in the epic tale of Ramayana.   


Durga Puja- Durgotsava or Navaratri

A festival celebrating the powerful Goddess Durga, Durga Puja is a major festival for the Bengalis in India. 


Janmashtmi- Birth of Lord Krishna

However, the main festivities take place in Vrindavan and Mathura, the birth place of Krishna. 


Ganesh Chaturthi- Vinayaka Chathurti

The festival spans over a period of 10 days, the last of which is marked with the maximum amount of revelry.  


Karva Chauth 

The Karva Chauth festival is celebrated by married women in Northern India.  


Maha Shivratri- The Great Night of Shiva

Maha Shivratri is marked by devotees flocking Shiva temples and revelling in the radiant aura of the great Shiva. 


Raksha Bandhan- Rakhi or “Bond of Protection”

 In this festival, sisters tie an auspicious thread to the brother’s wrist, as a symbol of protection, that the brother bestows on her. 

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