FestivalsFestivals 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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- All India Tanzeem Ulama-e-haq The Muslims all over the world today, are victims of torments and troubles. The Ummah is grappling with numerous problems and afflictions. Muslim minorities are being butchered and pushed to the edge of the cliff everywhere. Concerted and sustained efforts are being made to wipe out our mosques and places of worship completely.
- 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.
- Baisakhi -- Harvest Festival Offering information about Baisakhi, a festival of North India and more prominently in Punjab.
- Karwa Chauth A Hindu festival undertaken by married women in interest of prolonging the prosperity, happiness and lingevity of their husbands.
- Teej Festival Offering information about teej festival, its rituals, significance, legends, puja process, celebrations, recipes, gift ideas and fast of teej.
- 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.
- Magic Lantern Foundation After several years of making films and screening them to a wide range of audience – from film festivals, local, national and global, to informal screenings with students and activist groups, to those among rural communities and people’s movements – MLF has increasingly felt a wide gap that exists between films and their audience and felt the need to make proactive interventions to bridge the gap. So, since 2004, MLF has organised a series of film festivals on its own and has encouraged student and civil society groups to do similar projects in their local areas.
- 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.
- 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.
- Pinarayionline Providing information about tourist places, temples and festivals of kerala.
- Telugu Association of Greater Greenville Telugu Association of Greater Greenville TAGG is a non-profit organization devoted to the awareness and promotion of Telugu Culture in the Greater Greenville Area. The association caters to the cultural and social needs of the Telugu people living in and around Greater Greenville Area. TAGG organizes events to celebrate major festivals and organizes a picnic during summer as scheduled activities.
- Christmas Day Providing information about one of the most pouplar festivals of Christians with information about Jesus Christ, Santa Claus, christmas tree, christmas history, religious aspects, christmas story, origin of festival, celebrations, inlcuding gifts, costumes, ornaments, recipes.
- Ramgarhiakom Republic day celebration at Indian consulate office at Birmingham. S. Lachhman Singh Bhamra and S.Didar Singh Bansal also seen in the picture.
- 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.
- Eastern Zonal Cultural Center The Eastern Zonal Cultural Center (EZCC) covering the states of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Manipur, Orissa, Sikkim, Tripura, West Bengal and The Union Territory of The Andaman and Nicobar Islands is one of the seven such Zonal Cultural Centers set up by the Government of India with a view to culturally integrate the states and Union Territories as a part of the program of national integration.
- ePuja ePuja conducts Pujas , Homams and other festivities in various temples of importance in South India. ePuja also organizes Thirumanjanams and Parayanams at various temples. ePuja organizes and performs on your behalf, Pujas, Homams and other offerings at various temples on your Birthdays, Wedding Anniversaries and other important occasions in your life to invoke the Blessings of God.
- Sri Zeashtadevi Prabandhak Conmmittee Zeshta's origin relates to an important event which took place during the churning of great ocean kshirasagra. Devtas and Asuras bothj desirous of attaining morality were yearning for getting the nectar from Ksirasagara. At the same time they were conscious that this nectar would become available to them only if Lord Shiva, who is holder and controller of Ksirasagara, permitted them to churn it.
- 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.
- festivals It is one of the important festivals of Kerala. Vishu is celebrated in the month of April. According to the old traditional Malayalam calendar it is the 1st day of the New Year. The main event of the Vishu celebration is the 'Kani- Kanal'. Coconuts, fruits, cereals and Konna flowers are kept in big pots to prepare Kani. Behind this pot, a mirror and a garlanded statue of Krishna are kept. Early morning on the Vishu day, the master of the house sees the Kani and then the rest of the family follows. Children's are brought blind folded to see the Kani. The elders in the family give money to the youngsters and bless them. According to the local beliefs, if we you Kani good luck will stay with you till the year end.
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