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.
One of the greatest specialty of Hindu Religion – It is a religion which offers the most number of festivals. Yes, festivity is the second name to Hindu Religion. It’s colorful, and grand festivals have made India “A Land of Festivals.” One such auspicious festival which is celebrated throughout India is “Navratri.”
Akshaya Tritiya which is called Akha Teej is a very sacred and auspicious day for the Hindus as well as Jain communities. It is celebrated on the 3rd lunar day (Tithi) of the bright half (Shukla Paksha) in the Hindu month of Vaishakh.
Hanuman Jayanti or Hanuman Janma Utsav is a very important Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Hanuman. It celebrates the birth of Lord Shri Hanuman who is immensely worshipped throughout India and Nepal. The festival is usually celebrated on different days in various parts of India.
Pongal is a very important and popular festival of the Hindus. Pongal is known as the “harvest festival” of South India particularly in the state of Tamil Nadu.