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Hindu Religious Festivals

Rath Yatra or Ratha Jatra or Chariot Festival – A Hindu Festival Associated with Lord Jagannath in a Holy Destination!

Rath Yatra or Ratha Jatra or Chariot Festival – A Hindu Festival  Associated with Lord Jagannath in a Holy Destination! Rath Yatra is a Hindu festival that is one of the most celebrated holidays in India! The Celebration of Rath Yatra Welcome to Puri, India, home to the largest festival of “the chariots” or Rath Yatra.  This day symbolizes the three gods that leave the temple of Jagannath in order

Thaipusam Festival – A Widely Celebrated Event by the Hindu Communities in Malaysia on the Full Moon in the Tamil Month

Thaipusam Festival – A Widely Celebrated Event by the Hindu Communities in Malaysia on the Full Moon in the Tamil Month Join celebrators in Malaysia for one of the most popular Hindu festivals, Thaipusam Festival! Welcome to Thaipusam Festival For those of you that aren’t familiar,  Thaipusam Festival is celebrated as a festival dedicated to Lord Murugan, the Hindu God of War. Throughout this three day festival, Lord Murugan is celebrated and worshipped with processionals,

Navratri – a 9 – 10 Days Festival to Celebrate Hindu goddess Durga (The Female Embodiment of the Divine or godhead)!

Navratri – a 9 – 10 Days Festival to Celebrate Hindu goddess Durga (The Female Embodiment of the Divine or godhead)! Welcome to Vadodara, India, home to the largest festival of Durga- Navratri . This holy festival is usually held in October of each year, with thousands flocking to India to celebrate this amazing day. Celebrating the Goddess Durga For those of you that aren’t familiar, Durga is one of the

Maha Shivaratri – A Hindu Festival to Celebrate God Shiva!

Maha Shivaratri – A Hindu Festival to Celebrate God Shiva! Maha Shivaratri is a life changing festival that is celebrated all in the honor of Shiva! Welcome to Maha Shivaratri Welcome to Kathmandu, Nepal, home to the largest festival of Shiva- Maha Shivaratri. This holy festival is usually held in March or April of each year, with thousands flocking to the Himalayas to celebrate this amazing day. For those of you

Holi Festival India | Holi Festival Of Colours

The Holi Festival – Festival Colors And Love! Holi is the festival of colors and love which is celebrated in Phalgum Purnima that usually comes up in end of February or early March. Holi is the festival that celebrates the good and bad of anything. The festival of colors also rebuilds the relationships of the people. On this day everyone wishes each other ‘Happy Holi festival’. The Holi festival starts from the

Diwali Festival | How To Celebrate Diwali

Diwali Festival – Victory Over Darkness! Diwali or “Festival of lights” is an occasion of Joy, prosperity and brightness. Diwali festival is a significant celebration for Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains. While in Hinduism, Diwali signifies victory over Darkness, Diwali festival marks the attainment of nirvana by Mahavira, in Jainism. Sikhs often represent Diwali as a “Day of Freedom”.   History And Importance Of  Diwali Festival In India India is known

Magh Mela | Kumbha Mela | Magh Mela Festival

Magh Mela Festival – The Mini Kumbha Mela The Magh Mela is one of the most popular and biggest yearly religious affairs for Hindus. Hindu mythology regards the origin of the Magh Mela to be from the beginning of the Universe. An important celebration, the Magh Mela is held in the month of Magh (Jan-Feb ) every year on the banks of Triveni Sangam (the confluence of the three great rivers