Holi – the festival of colors is celebrated with immense joy and enthusiasm all across India and various other parts of the world. Holi is the time to drench yourself in colors and happiness.
The ‘Amavasya’ tithi is regarded as extremely auspicious among the Hindus. On this day, Hindus perform several pujas and rituals. When the Amavasya falls on a Monday, it is known as ‘Somvati Amavasya.’
The Hindu Religion is known for its different Puja rituals. One such famous and important Puja ritual is Govardhan Puja.
Sharad Purnima or Sharad Poonam is an immensely popular festival of the Hindus. It is celebrated on the full moon day, ‘Purnima’ during the Shukla Paksha of Hindu calendar month ‘Ashwin.’ This usually falls in the months of September-October according to the Gregorian calendar. Sharad Purnima is a harvest festival and marks the end of […]
The list of Hindu festivals is simply endless. There’s hardly a month that goes without giving us the opportunity to drench ourselves in sheer joy and celebrations that are the very hallmark of Hindu Festivals.
The Hindu religion reserves a special place for nature worship. Besides worshiping Gods and Goddesses, the Hindus also worship nature in the form of the Sun, Moon, Rivers, Mountains, Trees, Plants, Cows, as well as Snakes.