Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

Category: Festivals in English

Hindu Cultures, Religion, Festivals

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Diwali / Deepawali

Diwali / Deepawali is one of the major festivals of Hindus. Diwali / Deepawali is celebrated on the day of “Amavasya” in the month of “Kartik”. If we talk about English calendar Diwali used to be in the month of October & November. People of all religions used to celebrate Diwali all over the world.…
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Navratri is a major festival of Hindus. Navaratri is also known as Navadurga and Durga Puja Hindus worship Goddess Durga during these ten days and nine nights. The tenth day of Navratri is celebrated as Dussehra. Navaratri is celebrated all over India as it is a main festival for Hindus. Navaratri is celebrated all over…
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Mahashivratri is a major festival of Hindus. The festival of Mahashivaratri is celebrated on Krishna Chaturdashi of Phalgun month. Mahashivaratri is most important from the 12 Shivaratris of the entire year. Along with India, the whole world celebrates the holy festival of Mahashivaratri with great enthusiasm. Mythological stories:- According to Hindu Puranas, it was the…
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Every festival in India has its own importance. The festival of Rakshabandhan is a festival of emotions and sensations. In this festival, siblings have many hopes related to each other. It is a Hindu festival and the celebration day of Rakshabandhan is the full moon day of Saavan month of every year. Rakhi is of…
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Hanuman Jayanti

          Hanuman Jayanti is one of the common Festival of Hindus. Hanuman Jayanti is a celebration day for Hindus, as this is the day of the birth of LORD HANUMAN. People celebrate this festival on this day because he was born on Chaitra Shukl Purnima. On this day you should read…
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