Festivals in India are celebrated in many parts of India, as India is subdivided into different Linguistic States. The local Government in each State also specifies certain festivsls, in addition to Central Government festivals and holidays, depending on the local population which have elected them.
India is a multi-cultural country, and it is reflected in the Festivals of India: Festivals of India is about various social, religious, and national festivals celebrated in different parts of India. India has been rightly describes as a sub-continent and of its major festivals, many are region-specific festivals too. There are many festivals which are celebrated as national festivals; while a number of them are celebrated by members of particular religious or social groups. India is a land of festivals. These Indian festivals bind all indians together of different castes,religions,etc there is no discrimination while celebration .When there is no discrimination then it is called INDIA.
The major festivals are from religious groups as under:
After the celebration of major monsoon festivals Teej, Raksha Bandhan and Onam, The land of festivals called India is now celebrating some of big and major festivals, and all set to welcome the biggest one Diwali. Every day of the year there is a festival celebrated in some part of the country. Each Indian festivals has their own significance to celebrate, few of the them are Amongmong Festival and Vishwakarma Puja. Indian fairs and festivals are the major attraction and best way to explore India.
The Independence Day of India is celebrated on the fifteenth of August,to celebrate our culmination of long struggle for freedom.Whole country celebrate this greatest day with patriotism and enthusiasm.The 64th Independence Day has celebrated freedom, with tri-color. JAI HIND
Janmashtami, The birth anniversary of Lord Krishna and is celebrated all over India. Krishna Janmashtami also known as Krishnashtami, A Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Krishna, an avatar of the God Vishnu. Rasa lila, dramatic enactments of the life of Krishna and Dahi Handi are special feature in regions of Mathura and Vrindavan.
Eid means festivity, A Muslim festival celebrate to end of the long month of fasting during Ramadan, by sighting of the moon. Eid is one of the most popular festival and celebrated in all parts of India as people exchange greetings and sweets.
The Great Ganesha festival, is the birthday of Lord Ganesh, the son of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati. The Lord Ganesha the Hindu deity in a human form but with the head of an elephant,symbolize Supreme Innocence,wisdom,peace and Knowledge. Ganesh Chaturthi is the main festival of Maharashtra, celebrated grandly all over India.
Parkash Divas is the day where the Guru Granth Sahib was instituted. Sri Guru Granth Sahib or Adi Granth, is the religious text of Sikhism,It is the final and eternal guru of the Sikhs. Sikhs go to a local temple for a prayer and share greeting, App Sab Nu Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji De Parkash Divas Di Lakh Lakh Wadai.
The Paryushan Parva also known as Dash Lakshan Parva is one of the two most important festivals for the Jains, celebrated for self-purification and uplift of oneself. The 8-day festival that connects you religiously and spiritually to the almighty.
Navratri is a nine night’s festival, celebrated in the honor of Goddess Maa Durga. The 9 nights festival of Navratri is one of the greatest Hindu festivals, symbolizes the triumph of good over evil. Navaratri is the longest Hindu festival celebrated all over India, specially in the state of West-Bengal., Beautiful clay idols of Goddess Durga are worshiped every where. JAI MATA DI
Dussehra also known as Vijaya Dashami is a Hindu festival that denotes the victory of truth over evil. This is one of the most important festivals of India,celebrated on the 10th day of the holy Navratri. The festival of Dussehra marks the triumph of Lord Rama over Demon king Ravana. Dussehra celebrated in various forms across India, Nepal, even Java and Sri lanka.