FESTIVALS IN INDIA

Major Festivals of India: Raksha Bandhan, Dussehra, Diwali
Regional Festivals: Makara Sankranti & Kanumu, Teej, Baisakhi
Cultural Festa: Taj Mahotsav, Desert Festival, Indira Gandhi Boat Race
Tribal Festivals: Torgya, Bihu Festivals & Rangali Bihu, Kachchh Mahotsava

An integral part of Indian culture, Indian festivals are innumerable in number and are equally varied in origin marking the national, regional, local, religious, seasonal and social fervour. The Indian calendar is one long procession of festivals dedicated to various deities, saints, prophets and also seasons, with every day of the year being observed as a festival, in some part of the country. Each festival is unique in style and is characterised by colour, gaiety, enthusiasm, feasts and heterogeneity of prayers and rituals. Many of these festivals are common to most parts of India, though called by different names and celebrated differently, in the various parts of the country.

MAJOR FESTIVALS OF INDIA

  • Ramnavmi
  • Shankara Jayanthi
  • Sri Appayya Jayanthi
  • Vaikunta Ekadashi
  • Vasanta Navaratri
  • Deepavali (Diwali)
  • Dhanteras
  • Gayatri Japa Day
  • Hanuman Jayanthi
  • Krishna Janmashtami
  • Pradosha Vrat
  • Ratha Saptami
  • Shivaratri
  • Telugu New Year's Day
  • Vara Lakshmi Vrata

FESTIVALS BY REGION

ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
ANDHRA PRADESH
ASSAM
BIHAR
DELHI
GOA
GUJARAT
HARYANA
HIMACHAL PRADESH
JAMMU & KASHMIR
KERALA
MAHARASHTRA
MEGHALAYA
ORISSA
RAJASTHAN
TAMIL NADU
SIKKIM
UTTARANCHAL
UTTAR PRADESH
KARNATAKA



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