The festival of color or the festival of love Holi is just a few days from now. The enthusiasm of Holi has no limits. Holi marks the beginning of the spring season, a season full of hope and joy. This festival brings the smile on everyone’s face. We know you all are planning to make […]Read more "Effect of using bhang in Holi"
Navratri, culminating with Dussehra, is a cultural festival of great importance and significance for all. It is a festival that is all about the goddess. In Karnataka, Dussehra is about Chamundi, in Bengal it is about Durga. Like this, it is about various goddesses in different places, but essentially it is about the feminine goddess […]Read more "Dussehra- After nine nights of worshipping Goddess Durga comes Vijayadashami"
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated all over India as the birthday of Ganesha, the god with the elephant head. Traditionally, on this occasion, various pujas are organised at various places including households. Modak is given to devotees as ‘Prasad’. Milk is also offered to idols of Ganpati that are kept at homes, temples and places of […]Read more "Ganesh Chaturthi: Let there be prosperity, knowledge and removal of obstacles"
Janmashtami, is the birthday of lord Krishna which is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country. It is believed that lord Vishnu reincarnated in the form of lord Krishna on the auspicious day of Janmashtami. The historical background of the birth of lord Krishna depicts the significance of this Hindu festival. Lord Krishna was […]Read more "Krishna Janmashtami- How is it celebrated what is the significance?"
India is globally known for its rich cultural heritage and colourful festivals and fairs. Raksha Bandhan, being one of the most popular occasions, is purely a Hindu festival that stands for the pious relation of brothers and sisters. This relation of a brother and a sister is considered as the best relation of humanity. According […]Read more "Raksha Bandhan- A Hindu festival which implies togetherness"