indian festivals


India is a country with a vast land area and diverse religions, and has created a diverse regional festival culture. It is said that there are more than 1000 festivals in India every year. All festivals in India are celebrated with great celebration and sometimes cultural harmony.

The next festival to be celebrated with enthusiasm across the country is Diwali on October 24, 2022.
Indian festivals can be broadly divided into five categories.

Festivals such as Diwali and Holi that celebrate the triumph of good over evil
Seasonal festivals celebrating new beginnings and harvest time, including Onam in Kerala, Makar Sankranti in the north and Pongal in the south
Birthdays and anniversaries of gods and great people like Krishna Janmashtami, Mahashivratri and Ganesh Chaturthi. Celebrate relationships between couples or siblings.
Raksha Bandhan and Karwa Chout
National holidays, such as Republic Day on January 26 and his Independence Day on August 15, are celebrated with great patriotism each year.
What are the most famous festivals in India?
Diwali is the biggest & mostimportant festival in India. It is a national festival like Christmas in Western countries, but is also celebrated in non-Hindu communities. Diwali takes place in his October or November and lasts for five days and celebrates the victory of good over evil.


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