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    Festivals truly bring out the rich diversity of India in its best form. Many festivals are celebrated across India on national and state levels. The festivals directory of India is a vast information resource on the various festivals celebrated in India. Here under the festival web guide get all detailed information on various religious festivals of India, harvest festivals, famous rural fairs and festivals of India and other festival information such as upcoming festivals, dates and events, cultural programs and performances during the time of festivals in India. View a website listing of popular Indian festivals under the online festival directory.
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  • Mother's Day  Providing information about Mother's Day celebration such as it's history, story of julia ward howe & anna jarvis, mother's day gifts, greeting cards and special recepies.
  • Diwali Festival  Providing information about Diwali - a festival of fun, enjoyment and celebration of hindu new year including diwali gifts, cards, messages, dry fruits and sweets.
  • Father's Day Celebration  A festival site dedicated to Fathers Day, with information about its history, significance, importance, celebrations, meanings, messages for fathers, poems for fathers including fathers day games, father's day games, cards and clip arts.
  • Onam Festival  The biggest festival of Kerala helps to bring best of kerala art & culture with onam fun gifts, greetings and recipes.
  • Christmas Day  A festival site on Christmas day offering Christmas shopping from top e-commerce enabled sites, information about Christmas celebrations, evolution, significance, poems, stories and Christmas gifts.
  • St Valentine's Day  Providing information about st valentine’s day festival, its celebrations, history, legends, traditions, customs, st. valentines day massacre, gifts ideas, quotes, humor, symbols and recipes.
  • Raksha Bandhan  Provding information about Raksha Bandhan - a festival like a thread of love - in terms of history, legends, significance, taditions & customs to rakhi greeting cards, messages, thali decoration, recipes and gifts.
  • Friendship Day  Providing information about joyous and wonderful celebrations of Friendship Day's, its significance, tribute, celebrations, importance, day quotes, day recipes, friendship messages, clip arts for friends including information about other indian festivals like lohri, durga puja, christmas, raksha bandhan, diwali, karwa chauth, pongal, holi, onam.
  • Pongal Festival  Offering information about one of the most popular harvest fastival of south india including it's meaning & significance, traditions, rituals, songs, dances, greetings and pictures gallery.
  • Holi Festival  Providing information about festival of love and colors, traditions & customs of festival, festival greetings, songs, gifts and messages.
  • Maha Shivaratri  Offering information about mahashivaratri festival, its rituals, shivaratri pooja, celebrations, regional celebrations, shivaratri fast and significance of shivratri.
  • Lohri Festival  A harvest festival of punjab celebrated on 13th January every year with lohri dances, songs, colorful fairs, gifts, greeting cards and lohri recipes.
  • Teej Festival  Offering information about teej festival, its rituals, significance, legends, puja process, celebrations, recipes, gift ideas and fast of teej.
  • Krishna Janmashtami  Providing information about birth of Lord Krishna, legend of janmashtami, rituals, celebrations, bhajans, arti, pooja process, recipes, famous krishna temples and more.
  • Karwa Chauth  A Hindu festival undertaken by married women in interest of prolonging the prosperity, happiness and lingevity of their husbands.
  • Virtual Rakhi  Every era in the Indian history is replete with instances describing the brother sister bonding. In antiquity, the bonding between Lord Krishna and Draupadi was highly celebrated. Lord Krishna saved Draupadi from being disrobed in the court of Duryodhana, which he repaid as a token of love for his sister who had tied a strip of cloth from her sari to prevent blood from his wrist. In the medieval era, Rani Karnavati of Chittor sent a Rakhi to the Mughal monarch Humayun to save her kingdom from the invasion of a Gujarat king. Humayun kept his word and immediately came to her rescue.
  • Rakhi Festival  A festival site dedicated to Rakhi with information about its celebrations, evolution, significance, sms, poems, quotes, trendy and traditional rakhi styles.
  • Baisakhi Festival  Providing information about Baisakhi Festival, harvest festival, its significance, history, legends, customs & traditions, celebrations, foundation of khalsa panth, baisakhi dances, recipes & importance in india.
  • Thanksgiving Day  Providing information about thanksgiving day traditions, customs, feast, celebrations, recipes and thanksgiving day fun including gifts, cards, jokes, poems and messages.
  • New Year Festival  A festival site providing information about new year festival, new year eve celebrations, traditions, resolutions, quotes, messages, poems, songs, recipes, wishes and more.
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