Celebrate Life with Festivals


Festivals make integral parts of human life which lead to cheerfulness. They make human life cheerful and give a reason to get united, revel in sheer happiness, and have great time with loved ones. Festivals are meant not just for a particular community but for all so as to enjoy life by forgetting differences, sorrows and pain.


India undoubtedly is a land of great diversity and it has been described as a land of innumerable languages and many religions. And it might well be portrayed as a land of festivals as well. Each and every part of India has its own fair share of festivals. Every little event from welcoming the spring or rain, the harvesting of crops, to seeing the full moon holds jolly celebrations splashed with music, colors, folk dances & songs. Even the birthdays of legendary persons & divine beings are rejoiced by connecting them with specific festivals.


hindufestivals.org brings you here vivid colors of festivals celebrated all around India with great pomp and show.


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