Hindu & Indian Holidays
Today is Rishi panchami
Today is Rishipancham 7 sages of seventh manvantar have contributed amazingly to make mankind happy and prosperous. Today is the festival of remembering these seven sages and getting inspiration from their lives. Give the new generation a thin introduction of these seven sages.
Diwali- Festival of Lights and Triumph of Good over Evil.
Diwali is a Festival of Lights. Although Pandemic has made it difficult to observe Diwali since 2020, we Indians still find ways to celebrate Diwali in a more meaningful and modest way. Let's find out how.
Glimpses of Hindu Festivals & Celebrations in India
The article is about India's rich cultural heritage. It gives an insight into various festivals celebrated in India by the Hindus.
8 Facts About Jumboo Savari: The Star Attraction of Mysore Dasara
Jumboo Savari is the traditional procession held on Vijayadashmi annually in the cultural capital of Karnataka during Dasara celebrations. Here are few interesting facts you will love to know about this elephant parade.
Bommala Koluvu - A Beautiful Indian Tradition
Bommala Koluvu is a beautiful south Indian tradition which is fading like a flickering lamp. Traditions represent our rich culture and inner meaning behind the customs. They are like a river which should become a part of our life flow. To keep the flow going, they should be followed and passed on.
Logic and Science Behind Rakshabandhan
This festival is celebrated in month of Shrawan according to Hindu calendar which falls on August- September month of English calendar, which is consider as holy month of Hindu religion and called to be as month of lord Shiva.
15 Countries that Celebrate Diwali Festival of Lights
Diwali the festival of Light is precisely celebrated in more than 15 countries by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhist. Celebrated across the world to mark the victory of good over evil, light over da
15 Reasons to Celebrate Diwali the Festival of Lights
Diwali is the most precious festival of lights for Hindus, Jain, Sikh and Buddhists , celebrated in all over India. But the reason to celebrate varies. every communities and religion have own trust
Pongal Festival - the Harvest Festival of Tamil Nadu - Festivals of India
Pongal is the traditional harvest festival of Tamil Nadu, South India. Learn about the history and traditional celebration of this festival by the Tamil people.
Lohri Festival - the Bonfire Festival of Punjab - Festivals of India
Learn about Lohri, the bonfire festival of Punjab, its history, significance, traditions, rituals & celebrations...
Gudi Padwa; The Festival of Hindu New Year in Maharashtra
Gudi Padwa is a Marathi festival that denotes the first day of Hindu solar calendar of Chaitra month. Gudi Padwa arrives when spring is in its peak with trees bearing fruits and with flowers blooming in gardens.
Dhanteras or Diwali – What is it?
There is no dearth of festivals in India. From Ugadi to Ramadan and Christmas, India celebrates festivals all-round the year. Every festival in India has its own significance, may it be historical or mythological. Similarly, Diwali or Dhanteras, the...
Indian Festival Navratri: The 9 Nights of Festivities, Music and Dance Extravaganza
The Navratri festival of India, is popular all around the World. The men and women welcome it, with a great deal of enthusiasm and joy. They make preparations for this colourful festival, quite in advance, with vibrant, colourful and traditional costumes, matching ornaments, dance training etc.
Traditional South Indian New Year Recipe -Ugadi Pachadi
Each country and regions have their own festivals and unique recipes depicting their cultural and traditional beliefs. One such rare and tasty dish on Telugu New Year's Day in Andhra Pradesh is here.
Mysore Dasara History And Mysore Dasara Festival 2015-2016
Dusshera is celebrated in very grand way in every part of india.See here the different colors of dusshera.....
Diwali at Prasanthi Nilayam - Memories and Reminiscences
Diwali, the festival of lights, has always been a joyous festival in the presence of my Lord and Master, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Reliving some beautiful memories of Diwali, with photos!
Diwali gift ideas for all
Diwali is festival lights and joy.Diwali is considered not complete unless you give beautiful gift to your loved ones.It is the symbolises your love for them.Here i am giving some diwali gift ideas for all age group.Hope you will find it useful
Karwa Chauth - Hindu Festival - Festivals of India
Karwa Chauth is an annual, one-day ritual which married Hindu women perform for the safety and longevity of their husbands. To know more about this Indian festival, read on...
Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday - Gandhi Jayanti - Father of the Nation
Mahatma Gandhi famously known as Bapu, Gandhiji or Father of the nation, was the architect of India's non-violent freedom struggle. To know more about this legendary personality, read on...
Ganesh Chaturthi (2020) - Ganpati - Hindu Festival - Festivals of India
Ganpati, Ganesh Chaturthi, Ganeshotsav and Vinayaka Chaturti are the many names by which the festival of Ganpati is known. Learn about this celebration of the festival of the Elephant God...
Significance / Importance of Diya (earthern lamps) in Hindu festival Diwali
Read this article to increase your trivia about Diya's (earthen lamps) and know their place in Indian culture and what they represent
Onam Festival - Hindu Festival - Festivals of India
Onam is a Hindu festival of South India. Learn more about this biggest Indian festival of Kerala...
The Independence Day 'drama' in Sri Sathya Sai's presence - 15th August 2004 - Part 1
15th August - Independence Day in India. In 2004, when we decided to put up a drama in the presence of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, we had no idea of the experience and lessons that would be bestowed on us.
Rakhi - Raksha Bandhan - Hindu Festival - Festival of India
Rakhi Festival is an important hindu festival in India celebrating the special bond of love and trust between a brother and sister. Learn how this Indian festival is celebrated in India...
Vaisakhi - Baisakhi - Harvest Festival of Punjab - Festivals of India
Baisakhi (Vaisakhi) is not only a harvest festival of Punjab but has a religious significance attached to it. To know more read on...
Holi Festival - the Festival of Colors - Festivals of India
Holi, the Indian festival of colors is celebrated with great gaiety by almost all strata of society all over India, Nepal and many other countries where there is a sizeable Indian population. To know more about the celebration of holi, read on...
Pongal Festival in Malaysia - an Indian Thanksgiving Festival
Is Pongal celebrated differently in Malaysia compared to India? This Indian Thanksgiving festival to celebrate a good harvest is observed not just by Tamils in South India (Tamil Nadu & Karnataka)
Navaratri Golu in America
Navaratri, as the word defines itself –nine (Nava) nights (ratri) is a Hindu festival. During these nine days (and nights) Goddess Durga or Shakti-The goddess of Power is worshiped and it culminates with Vijayadashami, the tenth day when the...
What is Diwali Day? Diwali Celebration in Malaysia
Diwali, Deepavali, or the festival of lights is celebrated by Hindus all over the world. Find out why the Deepavali celebration in Malaysia is unique
10 Best Diwali - Deepavali Gift Ideas on What to Give and Share Happiness With Your Family in India
Diwali, also called as Deepavali in the Southern part of India, is an Indian Festival, a festival of Joy and Light. It brings happiness to each and every one, no matter whether they are kids or teenagers or adults. The four day celebrations of...
Celebrating Varalakshmi Vratham: An Indian festival
Learn how to celebrate Varamahalakshmi vrutham, an Indian festival.
Patriotic Songs - Celebrate This Indian Independence Day With These Awesome Melodies!
A list of some of the best Indian patriotic songs.
Famous and Attractive Mangalore Dasara
One of the famous festivals in South India where international tourists flock to see the Navaratri, Dussehra or the Dasara festival. People in India celebrate the festival according to the local traditions. Kudroli temple, Mangalore attracts huge crowds this year in the month of October 2018.