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Sri Rama Navami

By Smitakshi Guha A popular and significant festival for the Hindus in the country, Rama Navami is celebrated to honor the birth of Lord Rama, who is a popular Hindu deity. According to…

Ugadi (Gudi Padwa)

By Smitakshi Guha Celebrated in the month of March every year, Gudi Padwa—the beginning of a new year as per Hindu beliefs and calculations is known as so in Maharashtra, as Ugadi in the…

Telugu New Year

By Smitakshi Guha Telugu New Year—also commonly known as Ugadi in many parts of the country is celebrated every year, generally in the month of March, according to the events of the Hindu…

Deccan Festival

By Smitakshi Guha As the name suggests, the festival is celebrated every year on the 25th of February and goes on till 5 days to celebrate the Deccan arts and culture in Hyderabad,…

Bhishma Ekadasi

By Smitakshi Guha Celebrated in the month of January every year, this festival is observed on the 11th day of the lunar fortnight, according to the Hindu calendar. The significance of…

Durga Festival

By Smitakshi Guha Durga festival, also known as Durga puja, Durgotsav and Shardotsav, is one of the widely celebrated Indian festivals in the months between September-October depending…

Vinayaka Chaturthi

By Smitakshi Guha Also known as Ganesh Chaturthi, this festival is the celebration of the birth of Lord Ganesha, who is a famous Hindu deity, son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The…