Akshaya Tritiya 2017 date is 28th April, is an auspicious day in Hindu Calendar. The significance of Akshaya Tritiya or Akha Teej festival is to invite Wealth and Prosperity in life.
Know about the importance of Hanuman Jayanti 2017 festival & Rituals. Indian People celebrate & worship Lord Hanuman Birthday on to get free from troubles and tensions of life.
Mahavir Jayanti Festival 2017: Get to Know all about the festival.
Rama Navami 2017 – The culmination of the nine-day Chaitra Navratri marks the beginning of Rama Navami festival. Read on to know about significance and rituals of this special day.
Importance of Chaitra Navratri or Vasant Navratri festival is to Worship Goddess Shakti for nine auspicious days. People celebrate Navratri to invite peace and happiness in life.
Gudi Padwa is the Marathi New Year which falls on the first day of the Chaitra month. In this article, find out all about the festival.
In this article, find out all about the Parsi New Year festival – Navroz or Jamshed Nowruz.
Maha Shivaratri – know all about the festival of the mighty Lord Shiva and get to know the rituals, process of celebration, the associated stories, type of offerings to be given to the Lord and more in this article.
The various zodiac signs will be seen celebrating this colourful kite festival in different ways. Find out the preparations they will be seen doing in order to enjoy this festival.
The Xmas time is nearing, and to up the fun quotient of the much-awaited festival, we present to you how each of the 12 Signs gear up for the grand celebration.
Rudrakshas are the powerful beads of a tree of the same name which grow in hilly regions and possess great medicinal value.
Kartik Poornima – one of the most auspicious festivals in Hinduism, is also known as Dev Diwali. This day is also celebrated as Guru Nanak Jayanti.
This Chhath Puja is performed on the sixth day after Diwali to pray and appease Lord Surya and seek his blessings for health, wealth and prosperity.
Bhai Dooj is a festival which celebrates the bonding between a brother and a sister, and it falls on the second day after Diwali.
Literally in the true sense of the word, Diwali a festival that symbolises the unity in diversity of India, as people of all castes and creeds enjoy the celebrations with full enthusiasm.
Goddess Kali is the fiercest form of the Devi, and she is worshiped on Kali Chaudas, the day before Diwali to ward of evil spirits.
Coming just two days before Diwali, people wait all year for Dhanteras to buy silver and gold, as it is considered auspicious to do so on the day. Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped with great pomp and ceremony.
Rama Ekadashi comes in the dark fortnight of the Hindu Ashvin month, and fasting on this day confers immense benefits on the devotee.
Predominantly celebrated in the northern and north-western parts of India, Karwa Chauth is observed by women for the long life of their husbands. Some Unmarried women observe the fast to get a handsome husband.
Sharad Purnima is the full-moon-night festival immediately after Dussehra on which people, especially unmarried girls, fast for health, wealth and a handsome husband. Fasting all night brings these special benefits.