The Land of Hinduism Festivals, God, Goddess - India

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In hinduism lot's of festivals celebrates. Hindu festivals are celebration of gods and goddess birth who live for thousands year ago. Lot's of kings and queens, lord and goddess in hindu mythology. Each hindu festival has story.

One festival has many different names in different places of India. In Hindu calendar all festival are mentioned. In Hinduism festival season start from the ganesh chaturthi festival to holi festival.

Hindu Festival Important

Indian Festivals are much more than celebrations. Fairs and festivals are moments of remembrance and memorial of the birthdays and great deeds of gods, goddesses, Indian hero's, Indian heroine's, gurus and saints. Festivals in india are characterized by vibrant color, gaiety, enthusiasm, prayers and rituals. They bring people together in friendship and love, and help heal broken relationships. During festival times people gather together, linked by ties of shared social and religious beliefs. Foreign tourist are struck by the scale and multiplicity of Indian festivals that have evolved in the society.

In Hinduism, Dussehra Festival, Ganesh Chaturthi Festival of Ten Day, Navaratri, Diwali, New Year universally celebrated. Other many festivals that are celebrated in particular communities or geographical areas.

Hindu Festival Celebration for the birth of heroes:-

Buddha Purnima on the birth of Buddha.

Krishna Janmashtami celebrates the birth of Krishna.

Ram Navami celebrates the birth of Rama.

Baisakhi celebrates the birthday of Guru Gobind Singh.

Ganesh Chaturthy is the birthday of Lord Ganesha.

Hindu Festival celebration for Gods annual homecoming:-

Hindu most important festival Diwali, the return of lord Rama to the kingdom of Ayodhya.

Durga Puja is the annual homecoming of goddess Durga for the people.

Onam festival in Kerala every year to welcome the king Mahabali to his land.

Many more festivals remaining like Holy, New Year, Navratri, Dasera. All Hindu Festival information, ceremony wallpaper you can get on


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