India, a country of color, tradition, culture, and heritage is most popular for the enormous kinds of the festival and their uncountable forms of celebration. India is most popular for its diverse traditions. Here, Festivals are an integral part of customs and tradition. Every year, different festivals bring people together. In addition, not only that it is a resource of happiness and peace but also, all the Festivals help a person to connect to their roots. It teaches us about our cultural heritage and its significance. Festivals like Holi, Diwali, Christmas, Eid, Dussehra are celebrated with enthusiasm by people of all religions.
Every festival has its own value and religious beliefs. With every new season comes a new festival. The delectable food to the pretty decoration to the immense dedication towards rituals, Indian festivals are highly significant. Though the culture is diverse but during festivals, all come together signifying brotherhood and respect towards each other. Holi a Hindu festival is celebrated by all irrespective of caste or creed, similarly Id a Muslim festival people set aside their difference and become one. Festivals in India, unlike any other country, are an extravagant affair.
On AstroTalk, you get to know about these festivals in detail and on which day these festivals fall. You will get in-depth knowledge of which God and Goddess to worship, and also a background of how these festivals came into existence. You can find questions about everything related to the festival here.
Independence Day 202015th August 2020, Saturday
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