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Diwali, Festival of Lights and Sweets, in Pictures
Diwali (or Deepavali) is India’s most significant holiday. Though technically a Hindu festival, Diwali is celebrated throughout India by members of many different faiths. The five-day party begins …
Holi Festival 2015: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Today's Google Doodle celebrates the Hindu Spring Festival of Colors, Holi. Holi begins on March 6, 2015. The Doodle appears in Canada, India, and England.
Indian widows break tradition and celebrate Holi
Shunned women attend festivities in Vrindavan, one of two north Indian cities known as the 'cities of widows'. Breaking the centuries-old custom of widows not celebrating festivals, Tukni Devi, a 90-y...
Eye-Popping Colors Captured at Utah's Holi
Once a year, the Holi Festival of Colors, celebrating the arrival of a new season, takes place around the world. Crowds of people playfully pelt each other wi…
Diwali: The Festival of Lights
Today marks the start of the five-day festival of Diwali, celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, and Sikhs around the world
Hindu Festivals
Hindus around the world -- from South Asia to Britain and beyond -- observe many colorful holidays throughout the year
Diwali
Diwali or Divali (also known as Deepavali, Tihar and the "festival of lights") is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in autumn every year. Diwali is the biggest and the brightest festival in India...
Hindu festivals
This list of Hindu festivals summarizes festivals observed in Hinduism.
Uthsava or Utsava or Utsav is derived from the Sanskrit word, Utsava. The Sanskrit word Utsava comes from the word "ut" me...
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Holi
Children playing colors during Holi celebration in a Bangalore street.Holi (/ˈhoʊliː/; Sanskrit: होली Holī) is a spring festival, also known as the festival of colours or the festival of love. I...
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Dasara
Dasara, a South Indian term for Vijayadashami, derived from the Sanskrit Dasha-hara meaning "remover of bad fate", is among the most important festivals celebrated in India. Other regional spellings i...
Hola Mohalla
Hola Mahalla (Punjabi: ਹੋਲਾ ਮਹੱਲਾ, Hindi: होला मोहल्ला; also Hola Mohalla or simply Hola) is a one day Sikh festival which takes place on the second day of the lunar month of Chett) (a day aft...
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Akshaya Tritiya
Akshaya Tritiya, also known as Akha Teej, is a holy day for Hindus and Jains. It falls on the third Tithi (lunar day) of Bright Half (Shukla Paksha) of the pan-Indian month of Vaishakha and one of the...
Holi Festival 2015: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Today's Google Doodle celebrates the Hindu Spring Festival of Colors, Holi. Holi begins on March 6, 2015. The Doodle appears in Canada, India, and England.
Makara Jyothi
Makara (Sanskrit: मकर) is the name of a zodiac sign in Indian languages known as Capricorn in English. "Jyoti" means "light" in Sanskrit. Thus "Makara Jyoti" (also spelt as Jyothi) means "Light of...
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Amalaka Ekadashi
Amalaka Ekadashi or Amalaki Ekadashi is a Hindu holy day, celebrated on the 11th day (Ekadashi) of the waxing moon, in the lunar month of Phalgun (February–March). It is a celebration of the amalaka o...
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Pausha Putrada Ekadashi
Putrada Ekadashi (lit. "ekadashi that is the giver of sons") is a Hindu holy day, which falls on the 11th lunar day (ekadashi) of the fortnight of the waxing moon in the Hindu month of Pausha (Decembe...
Hanuman Jayanti
Hanuman Jayanti or Hanumath Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Hanuman, the Vanara god, widely venerated throughout India. The event is celebrated on the 15th day of the Shukla Paksha, ...
Govardhan Puja
Govardhan Puja, also called Annakut (meaning a heap of grain) , is celebrated as the day Krishna defeated Indra by lifting the Govardhan hill. It is the fourth day of Deepawali (Diwali), the Hindu fes...
Govinda sport
Dahi Handi (dahi: curd, handi: earthen pot) is an Indian festival, celebrated every August, that involves making a human pyramid and breaking an earthen pot filled with curd tied at a convenient heigh...
Sal Mubarak
Saal Mubarak (Gujarati: સાલ મુબારક, Hindi: साल मुबारक), is a traditional Hindu Gujarati greeting reserved for use on Diwali and Gujarati New Year, which is a day after Diwali, the Hindu festiv...
Chaturmas
Chaturmas (Sanskrit: चातुर्मास, Cāturmāsa) is a holy period of four months (July to October), beginning on Shayani Ekadashi—the eleventh day of the first bright half, Shukla paksha, of Ashadh (fou...
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Birendra Krishna Bhadra
Birendra Krishna Bhadra (Bengali: বীরেন্দ্রকৃষ্ণ ভদ্র) (1905–1991) was an Indian broadcaster, playwright, actor, reciter and theatre director from Kolkata, and a contemporary of Pankaj Mallick and...
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Hindu Festivals
Hindus around the world -- from South Asia to Britain and beyond -- observe many colorful holidays throughout the year
Radhastami
Radhashtami' is a Hindu holy day commemorating the birth anniversary of Radha, the lover-consort of the god Krishna. It is celebrated maninly by devotees of Krishna.Traditionally, followers of Gaudiya...
Rangoli
Rangoli, also known as Kolam or Muggu, is a folk art from India in which patterns are created on the floor in living rooms or courtyards using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand ...
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Maghe Sankranti
Maghe Sankranti (Nepali:माघे सङ्क्रान्ति Nepal Bhasa:घ्यःचाकु संल्हु) is a Nepalese festival observed on the first of Magh in the Bikram Samwat Nepali calendar (about 14 January) bringing an end to th...
Ekadashi
Ekadashi (Sanskrit: एकादशी, Tamil: ஏகாதசி, ekādaśī, "Eleven"), also spelled as Ekadasi, is the eleventh lunar day (Tithi) of the shukla (bright) or krishna (dark) paksha (fortnight) of every l...
Dev Deepawali (Varanasi)
The Dev Deepavali ("the Diwali of the Gods" or "Festival of Lights of the Gods") is the festival of Kartik Poornima celebrated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. It falls on the full moon of the Hindu...
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