• Varalakshmi Vrat

    varalakshmi vrat

    We celebrate Varalakshmi Vrat to attain the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi, who is the Goddess of wealth. Vara is a Sanskrit word, ... Read more

  • Guru Purnima

    guru purnima

    Guru Purnima is a celebration of the spiritual and academic Gurus or teachers. Guru is a Sanskrit word that refers to the remover ... Read more

  • Shravan Maas

    shravan month festival

    Shravan is considered the month of Shiva. Shravan is the fifth month of the Hindu calendar. It is a very auspicious ... Read more

  • Raksha Bandhan

    rakhi festival

    Raksha Bandhan literally means a bond of protection. Sisters tie an amulet on the wrist of their brother's wrist known as ... Read more

  • Naga Panchami

    Naag Panchami festival

    Naga Panchami is a festival of profound significance in India. Devotees pay their respects to the Naga Gods during ... Read more

  • Janamashtami

    Janmashtami festival

    Janamashtami is the celebration of birth of Lord Krishna. This is a big occasion, especially for the people of ... Read more

  • Rath Yathra

    Rath yatra festival

    Jagganath Puri Rath Yathra is a traditional festival that started almost 500 years ago in India. It is one of the oldest... Read more

  • Radha Ashtami

    Radha Ashtami

    Radha Ashtami festival is celebrated with much grandeur to commemorate the birth anniversary of Shri Radha Rani ... Read more

  • Shani Jayanti

    shani jayanti festival

    Every year, Shani Jayanti is held in honor of the mighty Lord Shani. He is one of the main Navagraha worshipped by Hindu ... Read more

  • Onam

    Onam festival

    Onam is a 10 day long festival that is mostly celebrated by the Malayali people of Kerala. It falls on the ... Read more

  • Buddha Purnima

    buddh purnima

    Buddha Purnima or Buddha Jayanti (Vesak) is an auspicious festival that reminds us to follow a simple and honest ... Read more

  • Narasimha Jayanti

    Narasimha Jayanti

    Lord Narasimha is a significant iconic symbol of hope against all odds, victory over adharma, and destroyer of obstacles ... Read more

  • Akshaya Tritiya

    Akshaya Tritiya

    The Sanskrit word Akshaya means “never diminishing”. It is considered an auspicous day to buy gold, silver and other ... Read more

  • Hanuman Jayanti

    Lord Hanuman Jayanti

    Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Hanuman who is an incarnation of Lord Shiva and ... Read more

  • Rama Navami

    Rama Navami festival

    Ramnavami is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Lord Rama. On this day, devotees observe a complete fast on this ... Read more

  • Gangaur

    Gangore festival

    The popular festival of Gangaur is the celebration of marital fidelity, childbearing, and harvest. The celebration ... Read more

  • Ganesh Chathurthi

    Ganesh Chaturthi festival

    Ganesh Chathurthi is observed as the birthday of Ganesha, son of Siva and Parvathi. Also called as Vinayak ... Read more

  • Anant Chaturthi

    Anant Chaturthi

    Anant Chaturdashi reminds us to remain undisturbed by the changing phases of happiness and sorry in life. This ... Read more

  • Sheetala Ashtami

    Sheetla Mata

    Goddess Sheetala blesses her devotees and wards off all kinds of heat-generated diseases or ailments. This festival ... Read more

  • Maha Shivratri

    Maha Shivratri festival

    Mahashivratri or the great night of Shiva is the night of that transcendental divine consciousness which gives relief ... Read more

  • Vishwakarma Jayanti

    Vishwakarma puja festival

    Vishwakarma Puja is observed every year in the month of September or October. It is celebrated for... Read more

  • Vasant Panchami

    Vasant Panchami festival

    Vasant Panchami marks the beginning of the spring season and birth of Saraswati, the Goddess of ... Read more

  • Makar Sankranti

    Makar Sankranti festival

    Makar Sankranti is a celestial event due to the Sun's transit into Makara Rashi (Capricorn). It is celebrated throughout ... Read more

  • Lohri

    Lohri festival of Punjab

    Lohri marks the end of the winter season and beginning of the New Year. This festival is observed the night before ... Read more

  • Pitru Paksha

    Pitra Paksha Shraadh

    Shraadh is a way of expressing heartfelt gratitude towards our lineage for everything our ancestors have ... Read more

  • Karwa Chauth

    Karwa Chauth festival

    Karva Chauth festival is unique in the sense that the day is observed with nirjala (without water) fast. This is also ... Read more

  • Govardhan Puja

    Govardhan mountain puja

    Govardhan puja started from Brijbhoomi as a thanksgiving ceremony to the most lovable God Krishna and gradually became ... Read more

  • Sharad Purnima

    Sharad Purnima festival

    Sharad Purnima is the only day in a year, when the Moon is full of its 16 virtues and its rays are equal to Amrita (elixir) ... Read more

  • Kaal Bhairav Jayanti

    Kaalbhairav Jayanti

    Devotees celebrate this auspicious festival to worship Lord Bhairav, a fearsome and wrathful manifestation of Lord Shiva. ... Read more

  • Tulsi Vivaah

    Marriage of Tulsi plant

    Tulsi Vivaah is an auspicious traditional wedding (Vivaah) ceremony of the Tulsi plant to Lord Vishnu. It signifies ... Read more

  • Holi festival

    Holi - festival of colors

    Holi is the festival of colours and love, symbolising our mind with its emotions. Holi also signifies the victory of ... Read more

  • Bhai Dooj festival

    Bhai Dooj

    Bhai Dooj, the eternal love between brothers and sisters is celebrated on the last day of Diwali. It is celebrated ... Read more

  • Dhanteras festival

    Dhanteras festival

    On the occasion of Dhanteras, devotees worship Lord Dhanvantari, Goddess Lakshmi, and Kubera. Buying gold, silver and ... Read more

  • Dussehra festival


    Dussehra is the victory day adopted from the Indian epic Ramayana. Dussehra is also known as Vijayadashmi in many parts ... Read more

  • Navratri festival


    The word Navratri is derived from two words; "Nav" means Nine (9) and "Ratri" means Night. It is the most awaited ... Read more

  • Diwali festival


    Diwali is one of the most colorful and cheerful festivals celebrated in India. It is the most auspicious festival of Hindus ... Read more