In India, a Festival is called Utsav originates from the Sanskrit word, Utsava which means “Removal of Sorrows” or ” Removal of Griefs” it plays a significant role in our Culture & Country.In India, it is stated your travel experience is not complete without experiencing festivals.
The diverse and different types of festivals that are kept throughout the year offer a unique way of understanding Indian culture at its best. Being a spiritual country, festivals are at the heart of people’s lives in India. At any time of the year, all over the country, festivals celebrating religion, the phases of the moon, culture, the seasons. Festivals of India is a Major Part of the Country.
So these are some of those festivals and never miss these festivals:
Of course, Diwali will always be the first one there is no Doubt about it.Diwali is the most celebrated festivals of India.When Diwali starts, everyone flooded with euphoria it brings all the relatives, and it brings the family together.It is a Dream of Foodies and Children who are waiting for the sweets and especially everyone’s favorite Kaju Katri.
2. Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaviti is one of the important Hindu festivals celebrated in honor of the elephant-headed god, Ganesha throughout India with great love.This day is observed as the anniversary of Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed boy of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Ganesh is the symbol of knowledge, success, and happiness.
Holi is a spring celebration in India and Nepal, also acknowledged as the Festival of Colours or the Festival of Sharing Love.The first day is known as Holika Dahan or Chhoti Holi and the other day, or the second day is known as Rangpanchami, Rangwali Holi, Dhuleti, Dhulandi or Dhulivandan.It is celebrated in India, Nepal, and other regions of the world with significant communities of Hindus or people of Indian origin or Nepalese diaspora. Recently the festival has grown to parts of Europe and North America as a spring celebration of love, frolic, and colors.
Navratri festival is celebrated two times in a year with great zeal and enthusiasm in all over India. The first time it is celebrated as Chaitra Navratri or Vasant Navratri in March-April and the second time as Sharad Navratri in the months of September-October.
5. Durga Pooja
Durga Puja festival is observed from the sixth to tenth day of the bright lunar fortnight in the Bikram Sambat Calendar month of AshwinThe festival represents the great victory of Goddess Durga over the Buffalo demon named Mahishasura.
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