Nag Panchami Festival of India
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Nag Panchami Festival of India

Name of Festival : Nag Panchami Festival Major Territory of CelebrationNag Panchami Festival is celebrated in Maharashtra state of India Time of celebration (Months)Nag Panchami Festival is celebrated on fifth day after Amavasya of the month of Shraavana (July – August) Worship in FestivalIn this festival people worship the Nāgas (cobras) or snake About FestivalNag Panchami Festival is a festival of Hindus in some parts of India worship either images of or live Nāgas (cobras) on the fifth day after Amavasya of the month of Shraavana.This is the time when…

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Vasant Panchami Festival of North India

Name of Festival : Vasant Panchami festival Major Territory of CelebrationVasant Panchami festival is celebrated in North India Time of celebration (Months)Vasant Panchami falls in the month of Phalguna (February – March ) on the 5th day. Worship in FestivalIn this day people worship the Goddess Saraswati About FestivalVasant Panchami sometimes referred to as Basant Panchami or Shree Panchami is a Hindu festival celebrating Goddess Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge, music , art refinement. It is ‘Spring Festival’ and celebrated in North India.It is the ceremonial welcome to spring when…

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Gudi Padwa Festival of South India
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Gudi Padwa Festival of South India

Name of Festival : Gudi Padwa Festival Major Territory of CelebrationGudi Padwa is one of the major festivals and celebrated by the people of South India like Maharashtra. Time of celebration (Months)This Festival is celebrated in the month of Chaitra (March-April). About FestivalAccording to the lunisolar Hindu calendar it is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month to mark the beginning of the New year. The Hindu year begins on the first day, “shuddha pratipada”, of the month of Chaitra (March-April). It is one of the ‘Muhurat’ amongst…

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Rajula Festival of Andhra Pradesh

Name of Festival : Rajula Festival Major Territory of CelebrationMostly this festival is celebrated in the Andhra Pradesh, India. Time of celebration (Month)Rajula Festival falls in month of Ashadha (June – July) on full moon day. Worship in FestivalRajula Festival is celebrated in honour of Polam Raju or Nagoba deity. About Festival :In month of Ashadha and full moon day, all the male members, including children with their cattle go to the nearby forest and sacrifice a goat to Rajula deity. On this Kheer is made by rice cooked with…

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Chovoth or Ganesh Chaturthi Festival of India
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Chovoth or Ganesh Chaturthi Festival of India

Name of Festival : Chovoth or Ganesh Chaturthi Time of celebration (Month)This festival is celebrated on Bhadarva Shukla-Paksh of Hindu calendar in (August/September). Major Territory of CelebrationGanesh Chaturthi is important festival of Goa and all over India Worship in FestivalThis festival is dedicated to Lord Ganesh. About FestivalGanesh Chaturthi is important festival of India and celebrated all over India. In Goa it is almost national festival Ganesh Chaturthi known as ‘Chovoth’.Along with Lord Ganesh,son of Goddess Gouri and Lord Mahadev and people also worshipped on this occasion. On this day…

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Holi Festival of India
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Holi Festival of India

Name of Festival : Holi Festival Time of celebration (Month)Holi falls on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun Purnima in February end or early March. Major Territory of CelebrationThe festival of Holi is celebrated in North India About FestivalHoli is a festival of color is marked as the opening festival in Hindu calendar, It heralds the end of the winter and the beginning of the spring and marks the rekindling of the spirit of life. Holi is celebrated by all the sections of the Indian society and…

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