Festival is at the Heart of people’s Live Indian. People are belonged Different Country are Celebrate Different Festival. Some Festival has Becomes Pain Religions and celebrates by all the sects by different Society. The rich cultural heritage of India can be proven by the diverse religious festivals that are celebrated.
Diwali is the Biggest Festival in India. Diwali is the 5 day Festival that represents the start of the Hindu New Year, each marked With Different Rituals and Pooja. Diwali is also known as the “Festival of Light” for all the fireworks, small clay lamps, and candles that are lit during the celebrations. The festival is first said to have been celebrated by the people of Ayodhya when Lord Rama came back from exile with wife and brother after fourteen long years. These lights are said to represent the victory of good over evil, and brightness over darkness. The candlelight makes Diwali a very warm and atmospheric festival, and it's observed with much joy and happiness.
2. Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi is the Hindu Festival Celebrated in honour of elephant headed god. The festival is actually called Vinayaka Chaturthi. The festival is a 10-day long celebration which begins on Shukla Chaturthi, usually falling in between Mid-August and September and ends on Anant Chaturdashi. Legend has it that, Lord Ganesh was created by Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati on the request of Devas as Obstacle-Creator in the path of demons and Obstacle-Averter in the path of Devas. On the 11th day, called Anant Chaturdasi, the images are paraded through the streets, accompanied by singing and dancing, after a set number of days, the installed idol is then taken and drowned into a river or a lake.
Holi is a Spring Festival, also Known as Festival of the Colours or Festival of Sharing love, is celebrated as per on Hindu calendar on the Purnima. Holi is probably the most well-known and beloved festival in India among immigrant and many want to participate in the festivities, which involves throwing coloured powder and water at each other. It’s a celebration of spring and usually takes place in March. Holi Celebration Start on the night before holi with the Holika Dahan is celebrated by burning Holika, the devil. For many traditions in Hinduism, Holi celebrates the death of Holika in order to save Prahlad, and thus Holi gets its name.
4. Navaratri, Dussehra, and Durga Puja
Navaratri is a festival dedicated to the worship of the Hindu deity Durga. The Word Navratri Means Nine Nights in Sanskrit. The first nine days of this festival are known as Navaratri, and are filled with dance in honor of the Mother Goddess. The tenth day, called Dussehra, Vijayadashmi. Navatri is an Important and Major Functon celebrating in all over India and Nepal. The festival is an extremely social and theatrical event, with drama, dance, and cultural performances held throughout the country, is devoted to celebrating the defeat of the demon king Ravana by lord Rama. It also coincides with the victory of the revered warrior Goddess Durga over the evil buffalo demon Mahishasura.
5. Raksha Bandhan
Raksha Bandhan is also Called Rakhi Purnima. Raksha bandhan is a festival that a Symbolizes the Sacred relation between Brother and Sister. The festival is a Hindu festival. It is Celebrate on the Full Moon Day of Shravan Month of Hindu calendar. Raksha Bandhan is a special occasion that is celebrated by tying a holy thread of protection by a sister to her brother around the wrist. Most famous is the one related to Queen Draupadi and Lord Krishna. Once when Lord Krishna was hurt during a war and was left with a bleeding finger, Draupadi tied a cloth, torn from her sari, to his bleeding hand, and in return Krishna promised to repay her debt in future. Similarly, by extending their wrist for Holy Rakhi, brother promises to protect his sister throughout his life.
6. Ramadan / Eid-ul-fitr
Ramadan is Islamic Month of Fasting. During which Muslims refrain from eating, drinking, smoking during daylight hours. Ramadan is intended to teach Muslims about patience, spirituality, humility and submissiveness to God. Compared to the solar calendar, the dates of Ramadan vary, moving backwards by about eleven days each year depending on the moon. "Eid" means "festivity" while Fitr means "breaking the fast". Eid celebrates the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramadan. On Eid, Muslims wish each other Eid Mubarak, wear their best clothes and perfumes, eat some sweet food, and then rush off to offer prayers.
7. Maha shivaratri
Maha Shivratri is a Hindu Festival Celebrated annually reverence of the god Shiva. It is the day God Shiva was married to Goddess Parvati. The Maha Shivratri is Popularly Known as Shivratri, or Great Night of Shiva. Is Hindu Festival Celebrated on 14th day of Krishna Pakasha Chaturdashi of Megha (Feb-march) Month, Every Year, according to Hindu calendar. Most off the Hindus also fast all days and Chant “Om Namah Shivaya”.