India is an ancient land with numerous festivals. It would not be an exaggeration to state that “India is a land of festivals.” There are certain festivals that are as ancient as India. Chhath Puja is one such important and ancient festival dedicated to the worship of Sun God and Chhathi Maiya, ancient Vedic Goddess […]
Durga Puja is one of the most important festivals of the Hindus. The festival is also known as “Durgotsava” and is celebrated to worship Goddess Durga. It is a five-day festival and is celebrated during the period of Sharad Navratri in the month of September or October.
Hindu Religion has placed our forefathers, ancestors and past generations on the highest pedestal. It has reserved a particular period known as Pitru Paksha or Shraddha during which we can express our gratitude to the previous generations of people especially by way of prayers and food offerings.
India is a land of festivals. Its rich cultural heritage offers scores of rich and varied festivals which are celebrated with great joy, devotion, and enthusiasm.
The Hindu Religion can rightly be called, “The Religion of Festivals.” Each year hundreds of festivals are celebrated, which are dedicated to various Hindu Gods and Goddesses. An atmosphere of festivity is maintained throughout the year. It reaffirms the principle that “Life is a Celebration.” One Such hugely popular festival is Lord Vishwakarma Puja.
The birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated as Krishna Janmashtami. It is an annual celebration that marks the birth of Lord Krishna who is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the eighth “Avatar” of Lord Vishnu.