Chhath Puja 2023 – Festival of Emotions

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Chhath Puja 2023 (Surya Shashti) is a 4-day long hindu festival dedicated to God Sun (Surya Dev) and his sister (Shashti Devi) which is celebrated twice in a year. One in summer Chaitra month called ‘Chaiti Chhath Puja’ (25 – 28 March 2023) and 2nd in winter Kartika month called ‘Kartik Chhath Puja’ (17 – … Read more

Chemday Wangchok 2023 – Monastery Festival of Ladakh

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Chemday Wangchok 2023 is celebrated at Chemrey Monastery in Leh, Ladakh, India. Chemrey Monastery Festival 2023 is set to be held on 11th – 12th November, 2023 with great ceremonial ‘sacred mask dances, spiritual music and rituals’. It is one of the oldest monastery festivals of Leh-Ladakh, India. How Chemrey Monastery Festival 2023 is Celebrated … Read more

Most Celebrated Festival week of India – Diwali 2023

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India’s one of the grand “Festival of Lights” called “Diwali 2023” is celebrated over a week with so much fervor Nationally & Internationally. The world celebrate the festival of Diwali with India by lighting the lamps, giving sweets & gifts and burning fireworks. There are many rituals and festivals celebrated everyday which you should know … Read more

Dhanteras 2023 – Know Rituals, Puja

Happy dhanteras or dhantrayodashi 2022 wishes

Dhanteras 2023 is celebrated every year 2 days before Diwali on “Dhan Trayodashi” dedicated to God Dhanvantari. People buy gold, property, many auspicious items and worship God Kuber & Goddess Lakhsmi and seek blessings for health, wealth, fortune and prosperity. People lit up the earthen lamps (diyas) and decorate the house, this marks the onset … Read more

Charming Mopin Festival of Arunachal Pradesh

galo tribe celebrate mopin festival of arunachal pradesh

The Galo Tribe celebrates Mopin festival as a harvest festival at East-West Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh, India on April 5, 2023 every year. Galo people perform rituals, sing, dance, have local drinks, food, and celebrate with gaiety and fervor during the Mopin festival and pray to the Goddess for bumper harvest. How the Galo … Read more

Celebrate Aoleang Monyu Festival with Konyak Naga Headhunters

Konyak Naga people celebrating aoleang monyu festival at Mon Kisama Nagaland

Konyak Naga celebrate “Aoleang Monyu” as ‘Festival of Spring’. Konyak people observe Aoleang Monyu festival for 6 days from 1 to 6 April every year at Mon Distt. Nagaland. Konyak people celebrate Aoleang Monyu with lots of fun, gaiety, dance, song, food, playing sports and togetherness. It’s the main festival of Konyak Naga Tribe among … Read more

Sangken Water Festival 2023 of Arunachal Pradesh

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Sangken the ‘Festival of Water’ is celebrated by Theravada sect of Buddhism to welcome the New Year. The tradition of throwing water is a purification ritual of the socio religious Water Festival celebrated in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam states of India and with the name of ‘Songkran’ in South-East Asia countries. It is similar to Holi … Read more

Thaipusam 2025 – Hindu Tamils Festival

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Thaipoosam festival is celebrated to worship Lord Murugan (Kartikeya) by Tamil Hindus in South India (Palani, Tamil Nadu, Kerala), Malaysia & many countries. Kavadi Attam and many rituals, processions are performed during Thaipusam. Thaipusam is known by many names Thaipoosam, Thai Poosam, Thaipooyam. What is the Thaipusam festival ? Thaipusam (Thaipoosam) festival is celebrated by … Read more

How India Celebrate Many New Years

India many traditional religious new year harvest festivals

In India new year is celebrated with more religious, traditional way and devoted to nature. Many communities live together and they follow their own customs and traditions especially their own calendars (lunar & solar). In India most of the new year starts with harvest festivals and people worship deities and thanks to nature. Gudi Padwa … Read more