Makar Sankranti is one such festival that falls on the second week of the New Year. Also known as Uttarayan/Maghi/Pongal/Bihu/Khichdi/Lohri; the festival is celebrated throughout the nation varying with slight regional differences and names, but with similar festivity.
The festival is celebrated pan India with variances, in reverence of two deities, Devi Saraswati and Kaamdev; yes, lady of knowledge & wise and lord of love & sexuality. The name Vasant/Basant Panchami is derived from the Indian calendar, from the days and dates. Vasant
Maha-Shivratri is the most prominent Shiv-festival celebrated jubilantly by the devotees all over the world in veneration of Bhagwan Shiv. Shivratri falls on every lunisolar month of the Hindu calendar, coming on 13th night/14th day of Phalgun, every February/March; before the arrival of spring, marking
Holi - the festival of colors - is undoubtedly the most fun-filled festival of our culture. An occasion that brings in unadulterated joy and mirth, fun and play, music and dance, and of course, lots of COLOURS!
The advent of the lord supreme, Ram Navami. On this auspicious day, Bhagwan Vishnu took his seventh incarnation and arrived in this mortal realm as Dashrath & Kaushalya’s son; Ram. Mostly revered as Maryada Purshottam, his regime is still remembered as the paradigm of perfect
Hanumath Jayanti, the birthday of pawansut Hanuman, the ardent devotee of Shri Ram who defined bhakti and took it to a level where other devotees can only look with admiration.
Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi, is counted among the prominent Indian festivals, celebrated all over the world with unspeakable merriment. The festival rejoices the impeccable bond shared by a brother and sister; it speaks volumes about this loving relationship that cultivates, evolves and uplifts overtime.
Janmashtami or as it is popularly known, Shri Krishna Janmashtami; is the celebration of Bhagwan Vishnu’s eight incarnation’s arrival to the mortal world, as Krishna. At midnight, on the eighth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadrapada (August-September), Bhagwan Krishna was born
Ganesh Chaturthi is undoubtedly & officially Maharashtra’s most revered & famous festival. It falls on the 4th day of the bright fortnight of Bhadrapada (August – September). It is observed throughout India, as well as devoted Hindus in all parts of the world. If one
Navratri; celebration of the feminine that is inherent in the cosmos, since inception. The universe founds its origins, springing from the ikshashakti of the parambrahmm, The One. The One initiates the process of creation with the help of both: masculine and feminine energy, in equal