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National Festivals of India

National Festivals of India
National Festivals of India   National Festivals National festivals are different from the others in that the state has formal celebrations. Popularly, they are treated more as occasions to get together. India 'celebrates' four of them: Republic Day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanti, and Children's Day. The others, like Teacher's Day and Mother's Day, are more on the scale of observances.What separates national festivals from the others is the number ... Full story

Buddhism Festivals

Buddhism Festivals
Buddhism Festivals Buddhist festivals aim to celebrate the important days in the life of Buddha and introduce the newer generation to His teachings and philosophies. Some festivals are celebrated worldwide while others are restricted to specific countries. The festivals celebrated in specific countries also honour all those personalities also who have had a hand ... Full story

MUSLIM FESTIVALS IN INDIA

MUSLIM FESTIVALS IN INDIA
Muslim festivals are popular for their ‘making of feasts’ and ‘breaking of fasts’. During these festivals, the markets remain flooded with colorful glittering clothes, ornaments, perfumes, dried fruits, sweets and other delicacies. These festivals are also marked by processions and other religious rites. Muslim Festivals People offer prayers and also sacrifices to the Almighty. The ... Full story
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Hindu Festivals

Hindu Festivals
Hindu Festivals deewali India is a country rich of festivals. Its culture is so rich that it celebrates a festival almost every month. Moreover, people of India are so lively that they celebrate each and every festival with lot of enthusiasm. The Hindu mythology overflows with kings and queens, gods and goddesses who live for thousands and ... Full story

Christian Festivals

Christian Festivals
christmas Christian Festivals In India the festivals like Christmas and Easter are celebrated with zeal by the people of all communities. Christianity is the most popular religion in the world with well over two billion followers. Jesus of Nazareth (called "the Christ" or "the Messiah") is the founder of Christianity. Christians believe that Jesus is from ... Full story
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