Diwali is the festival of lights known for bringing prosperity in life. People worship Lakshmi and Kali on this day.
Karwa Chauth is the day when women keep fast for the long life of their husband. The festival enhances the conjugal bond.
Dussehra is one of the most important Hindu festivals. It is celebrated as the symbol of the victory of good over evil.
Janmashtami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna. It is a big festival observed by Hindus all around the globe.
Rakshabandhan is the occasion to celebrate the bond between brother and sister. Sister ties the thread of protection on the brother’s wrist.
Ram Navami marks the birthday of Lord Ram, who is known to be the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
Baisakhi, a festival of Punjab, is also known as Khalsa Srijan Diwas. The foundation of Khalsa was laid on this day.
Navratri is the 9-day duration when Goddess Durga is worshiped. Each day is dedicated to one of her incarnations.
Rangwali Holi is the huge Hindu festival of colors. It is celebrated with great gusto around the globe.
As per the beliefs, Maha Shivratri is the day when Lord Shiva got married with the Goddess Parvati.
Lohri is the festival chiefly celebrated in Punjab in the commemoration of Dulla Bhatti, a hero who saved many girls from Mughals.
Chhath Puja is one of the ancient festivals of India. Mostly celebrated in eastern region of India, it is a 4-day festival.
Durga Puja is the 5-day Bengali festival dedicated to Goddess Durga. It is celebrated from sixth to tenth day of Sharad Navratri.
Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated as the birthday of 24th Jain Tirthankar, Lord Mahavira. He had established the core tenets of Jainism.