Do we really need to define what Diwali is all about? Diwali celebrations are a world-wide event today. It is one of the biggest Hindi festivals of India. Diwali symbolizes various positive energies such as happiness, joy, light, hope, faith, spirituality, and humanity. People forget their caste, culture, religion, and gather to celebrate this auspicious … Continue reading "Diwali a Festival Of Lights"
Dussehra (Dashehra) coincidentally falls on the tenth day just after the nine days of Navratri festival. People also recall it by other names such as Vijayadashmi. The victory of Ram over king Ravana and thus, good over evil is the main significance of the day. As per our Sanskrit language explanation, the word Dussehra is … Continue reading "Why We Celebrate Vijaydashmi (Dashehra) Festival?"
The nine nights of festival known as ‘Navratri’ is close and Maa Durga will soon be present on earth to bless us all. It is one of the most divine and auspicious time for Hindus. As per the rituals, the nine forms of Shakti/Goddess are worshipped and pleased with utmost dedication and purity in heart … Continue reading "Navratri a festival of Goddess Durga"
Dakshineswar Kali Temple is situated on the banks of the Hooghly River, the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple is one of the famous places of worship not only in Kolkata but all in the whole east India. Rani Rashmoni founded the temple in 1855, a philanthropist and an ardent devotee of goddess Kali. The presiding beauty and … Continue reading "Why Dakshineswar Kali Temple Is Famous In Kolkata"
India is a country of unity in diversity with the number of dynamic cultures, and every Indian celebrates many festivals happily in whole the year. India’s festivals are unique in its own way with full of beauty and enjoyment. If you want to visit India then not forget to celebrate these beautiful Indian festivals with … Continue reading "List Of Popular Indian Festivals"