Diwali is the most spectacular festival of the Hindus. Diwali is also known as Deepavali. It is the Festival of Lights. Diwali is celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm all across the length and breadth of the country as well as various parts of the world.
Tulsi (basil) is regarded as the holiest and the most sacred plant in the Hindu religion. Moreover, Tulsi is regarded as a Goddess and is worshiped in almost every Hindu household throughout the country. There is a popular Hindu custom related to the Tulsi plant. Well, it is known as Tulsi Vivah.
Dhanteras is one of the most significant festivals of the Hindus. It is celebrated in most parts of India with tremendous enthusiasm. It is also known as “Dhan Trayodashi” or “Dhanvantari Trayodashi.” Dhanteras is regarded as the festival of wealth.
Dussehra or Vijayadashami brings joy to every kid’s face. Watching Ramlila, Ravan Dahan and fireworks makes everyone happy. Today we are going to share all the details about Dushhehra including Why Do We Celebrate Dussehra Festival and Dussehra Date which will help you learn more about this amazing festival.
Although every month in the Hindu calendar is considered auspicious, the Shravan month (also known as Sawan or Savan) has a special significance in the Hindu religion. Shravan is the fifth month of the Hindu year.
Love is the greatest gift of God. It becomes extremely difficult to express the “Magic” of Love. However, the Indian sages from time immemorial had known the power and magic of love. And, here comes a festival to experience the same power and magic of love.