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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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  • Krishna Janmashtami  Providing information about birth of Lord Krishna, legend of janmashtami, rituals, celebrations, bhajans, arti, pooja process, recipes, famous krishna temples and more.
  • dussehra  Dusshera is the main Hindu festival of Karnataka. This ten days festival was celebrated with extravagance by the rulers of Vijayanagar Empire. Later, this became a tradition. The festival was celebrated at Mysore where a Durbar was held for 9 days and on the 10th day a huge procession was taken out with decorated elephants, colorful folks and much more. It is still celebrated in Mysore with great pomp and show.
  • Baijnath Temple  What happened to the shrine in the centuries that followed is not exactly known but it appears to have continued under worship, as there is clear evidence of repairs and renovations from time to time. In the 18 th century Sansara Chandra II, the Katoch king of Kangra, carried out extensive repairs and renovations of the temple.
  • PRARABDHA Samiti  Email directory of news papesr for dispach of press note.
  • Prasiddha Foundati  Delhi International Arts Festival is positioned as India’s Signature Festival and efforts are on to place it on the international cultural map so that it attracts artistes, writers, connoisseurs and tourists from all over the world and serves as a significant platform for cultural diplomacy. Cutting across geographical barriers and looking beyond cultural stereotypes.
  • festivals in kerala  Every festival takes an important part in the life of different peoples from different communities of India. There are many festivals can be celebrated on different religious occasions. Indian Festivals are celebrated across the world because the Indian people are everywhere in the world. some of them are doing jobs abroad or some of them are good big businessmen.
  • Khwaja Garib Nawaz, Ajmer, Ajmer Sharif, Photo, Picture, Image Gallery, Ajmer Dargah Photo  We are providing Khwaja Garib Nawaz, Ajmer, Ajmer Sharif, Images, Photos, Pictures, Photo Gallery, Picture Gallery, Ajmer Dargah Photo, Society, Society and Culture, Religion, Islam, Sufism, Asia, Islamic, Philanthropy, Organizations.
  • Pinarayionline  Providing information about tourist places, temples and festivals of kerala.
  • Eprarthana: Chaitra Vishu  A site dedicated to festivals of india with pooja packages including information about temples, amman, ayyappan, balaji, ganesh, hanuman, lakshmi, murugan, sai baba,shiva and providing shopping also.
  • Shubham  The name Shubham itself signifies 'auspiciousness'. Established in 1985, by a group of 18 ladies, Shubham is one of the most well known ladies society of Jaipur with a present strength of 203 members. With constructive fellowship as its aim, Shubham has come a long way. Conducting a host of activities, it has clearly made a place for itself in Jaipur.
  • Sri Kateel Durga Parameshwari Temple  We welcome you to the official Web site of Sri Kateel Durga Parameshwari Temple. This picturesque Temple town Kateel abode of Goddess Durga Parameshawari located on the bank of river Nandini is about 26 k.m.from Mangalore, a place known for its serene nature and beautiful surroundings. The very Temple of Maatha Durga Parameshawari is located in the middle of the river Nandini.
  • Teej Festival  Offering information about teej festival, its rituals, significance, legends, puja process, celebrations, recipes, gift ideas and fast of teej.
  • Padayani  Padayani is the annual ritualistic festival celebrated in Bhadrakali temples of Central travancore zone with due dedications. The very spirit of central travancore finds its appearance in Padayani as that of Malabar in Theyyam. Padayani all the villagers take active part without racial discriminations.
  • 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.
  • festivals in kerala  The giddha dance of Punjab, the kaykotti kali during Onam is the diversity of the Indian culture. Usually each tradition, dance or song form is associated with a festival. The typicality of the harvest festival in India like a Vaisakhi in Punjab or a Vishu in Kerala denotes the bounty and blessings received by nature. The Rath yatra, monthly holy days are revered by all Indians. Sweetmeats in India and attire for festivals are customary and there is a rich tradition followed by all Indians in their homes as a part of celebration.
  • Sri Jagannath Puri Dham Information  Puri is one of the four holy dhamas of India (The otheres are Dvaraka, Badarinath and Rameshvaram). It is located 60km from Bhubaneshwar, on the coast of the Bay Of Bengal.Puri is called Sri Purusottama Dhama, the abode of the Lord Vishnu on earth. Other names are Sri-Ksetra, Nilachala and Jagannath Dhama. Puri is about 2 km wide and 4 km long.
  • 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.
  • 1stganeshfestival.com  A website providing information about Ganesha festival in Mumbai.
  • Navratri pooja 2010  Navratri pooja - The Nine Nights of the Goddess has a great significance, both from a spiritual and material angle to all of us! It is a time to rejuvenate yourself, both physically and mentally, and to be in tune with the creative energies that come to the fore during these nine nights.
  • 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.
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