Lohri 2023


Lohri is the first festival of the New Year and a popular harvest festival celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm throughout Punjab, as well as parts of Haryana, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, and Delhi. According to experts, the festival marks the start of the New Year, which falls on January 13 of each year and…

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Kite Festival in India

Kite Festival

Every year on the 14th of January, India celebrates the arrival of spring and the passage of the sun into the Makara Rashi (the Capricorn zodiac sign). Makar Sankranti is regarded as a major harvest festival in many Indian states. It is significant because it commemorates Goddess Sankranti’s victory over evil and the brutal Rakshasa…

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Celebrate Spooky Halloween Night In India

Celebrating Halloween is all about wearing spooky dresses, scary storytelling, and enjoying special delicacies. It brings times to make merry and greet the new season with cheer.  India celebrates several western festivals with great enthusiasm. Valentine’s Day, New Year celebration and Christmas are some of the prominent examples. Celebrating Halloween develops a sense of imagination,…

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Colors of Navratri

People especially women who celebrate nine nights festivals of Nav Durga follow the particular color of the day. This tradition is very popular in the states of Maharashtra and Gujarat. Keeping fast and wearing clothes according to the Navratri color of the day is considered very sacred in the Hindu religion. Women follow this tradition…

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Bail Pola

Indian culture is full of festivals and Bail Pola is one of them. This festival is celebrated by farmers who worship and express their gratitude to the bull as they help them drive their ploughs to sow seeds and mix the soil to make it ready for farming. The cow is considered a sacred animal…

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