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Kali Puja

Kali Puja, also known as Shyama Puja is a Hindu celebration honouring the Kali Devi. While most Indians worship Lakshmi Devi on Amavasya Tithi during Diwali, those in West Bengal, Orissa, and Assam honour Mother Kali on the most significant day of Diwali celebrations, the new moon. When is Kali Puja Read More...

Guru Nanak Jayanti

“Those who have loved are those that have found God” - Guru Nanak Dev Introduction Guru Nanak Jayanti, Guru Nanak Gupurab, Guru Nanak Prakash Utsab, or Prakash Parv is observed on a full moon day in Kartik to commemorate Guru Nanak Dev's birth anniversary. He was born on Kartik Purnima, April 1 Read More...

Gujarati New Year

Introduction Gujarati New Year, also known as "Bestu Varas", “Varsha Pratipada” or "Gujarati Samvat," or “Padwa” is the traditional New Year celebrated by the Gujarati-speaking community, especially in the western Indian state of Gujarat and among Gujarati communities worldwide. It usual Read More...

Dhanu Sankranti

Dhanu Sankranti, also known as Dhanur Maas, Dhanur Sankraman or Kharmas, is an important Hindu festival that commemorates the sun's transition from the Dhanu (Sagittarius) to the Makara (Capricorn) zodiac sign in the Hindu calendar. This celestial event is observed with great spiritual significance Read More...

Dev Deepawali: The Festival of Gods

Introduction Dev Deepavali, also known as "the Diwali of the Gods" or "Festival of Lights of the Gods" is a Kartik Poornima festival celebrated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. Dev Deepawali, also spelled Dev Diwali, is observed to commemorate the victory of Bhagawan Shiva over the demon Tripu Read More...

Bali Pratipada

Bali Pratipada, Bali Padyami, Bali Padva, Diwali Padva, Vira Pratipada or Dyuta Pratipada is celebrated on the first day of the fortnight in the month of Kartik. It usually falls on the fourth day of Diwali. Pratipada translates as below the opponent's foot. The day commemorates the return of king Read More...

Ahoi Ashtami

Ahoi Ashtami is a Hindu festival dedicated to Mata Ahoi, or Goddess Ahoi, on Ahoi Ashtami. On this day, mothers observe a fast for the well-being of their children. Mothers pray to her for their children's health and longevity. Because Ahoi Ashtami fasting takes place on Ashtami Tithi, the eighth d Read More...

Govatsa Dwadashi (Vasu Baras)

Govatsa Dwadashi is a Hindu cultural and religious festival that marks the beginning of Diwali celebrations in some regions of India, particularly Maharashtra, where it is known as Vasu Baras . It is known as Vagh Baras in Gujarat and Sripada Vallabha Aradhana Utsav of Sripada Sri Vallabha in Andhra Read More...

Paryushan: Festival of Purification & Forgiveness

What is Paryushan? Paryushana, the most significant Jain religious festival of the year, literally means "abiding" or "coming together." It consists of eight to ten days of intensive study, reflection, and purification. It culminates on the final day with confession and a request for forgiveness Read More...

Pohela Boishakh

Pohela Boishakh: History, Celebration and Significance Pohela Boisakh is an important festival for the Bengali community. This day is also known as Nobo Borso which means New Year. Like all traditional festivals, the Bengali New Year is considered to be an auspicious time for the community and is ce Read More...

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