The nine-day festival of Shardiya Navratri dedicated to Maa Durga has been celebrated all over the country since October 7.
Mawlid un Nabi Sharif, and Eid Milad, Milad un Nabi is the auspicious occasion of Prophet Muhammad Saheb’s birthday.
According to Drikpanchang, Maa Chandraghanta and Maa Kushmanda will be worshipped by devotees on October 9 (Day 3 and Day 4 of Navratri respectively).
Dussehra is a multi-cultural festival. This festival is also known as Vijayadashami. In Nepal it is celebrated as Dashain. It is celebrated on the tenth day of the month of Ashwin of the Hindu luni-solar calendar.
Devotees of Goddess Durga are observing fasts and worshipping the goddess with all the rituals which displays Durga’s feminine power to the world.
On the first day of Navratri, the auspicious time for setting up the Kalash will be from 6.15 am to 7.07 am.
Navratri starts on October 7 this year. Navratri is a major Hindu festival celebrated throughout most of India and marks the arrival of the Goddess Durga, through different avatars in our homes.
October 7 marks the death anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh. He left his physical body in 1708, at Abchal Nagar, Hazoor Sahib (Nanded, Maharashtra, India) on October 7.
As per the Hindu Calendar, this year the festival will last 8 days, with Tritiya and Chaturthi both falling on the same day, October 9.
Dwitiya Shraddha 2021: The rituals are performed on Dwitiya Shraddha for the people who lost their lives on the day of Dwitiya of any of the two pakshas.
The mind behind the construction of Lord Krishna’s Dwarka, Vishwakarma, is celebrated on this day, also known as Vishwakarma Jayanti. Vishwakarma Puja 2021 will be observed on September 17.
The son of the Destroyer, Shiva, and Goddess Parvati, Lord Ganesha is a figure of enormous mystery and power. In a way, he also represents a paradox, because though he is complete in entirety, he is incomplete in his biological form.
According to Hindu mythology, it is believed that Lord Krishna was born on this day. Therefore, this day is celebrated as Krishnam Janmashtami.
This year, Krishna Janmashtami 2021 will be celebrated on August 30, 2021. So ahead of the auspicious festival, we have brought you some warm wishes, quotes and messages that you can share with your family and friends.
There are three Teej festivals celebrated in India, including Hariyali Teej, Kajari Teej and Hartalika Teej. The upcoming festival is called the Kajari Teej.
Sankashti Chaturthi 2021: This year it’s falling on August 25, Wednesday. On this day, devotees worship Lord Ganesha to seek their blessings for a happy life.
This year, festivities kicked-off on August 12. But the main festival, the one that is celebrated widely in Kerala, will start with Thiruvonam on August 21. August 22 will be the third day of Onam and the festival will conclude on August 23.
Thousands of people participated in the historic ‘Bibi ka Alam’ procession which passed through various parts of the old city before concluding at Chaderghat on the banks of Musi River in the evening.
Chardham Teerthpurohit Haq Hakukdhari Mahapanchayat Samiti is going to start a state-wide agitation against the state government from August 17 demanding dissolution of the Chardham Devasthanam board, said the Mahapanchayat committee on Wednesday.