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 Thiruvathira Festival of Karnataka
Name of Festival :Thiruvathira Festival   Time of celebration (Month) Thiruvathira Festival is celebrated on the asterism Thiruvathira in Dhanu, the fifth month of Malayalese calendar (Kolla Varsham) or in month of December or January   Major Territory of Celebration Makar Sankramana Festival celebrated in Karnataka state of India   Worship in Festival People worship the Lord Kaamadeva and Loard Shiva   About Festival Thiruvathira Festival is the women's festi..
 Makar Sankramana Festival of Karnataka
Name of Festival : Makar Sankramana Festival   Time of celebration (Month) Makar Sankramana Festival is falls in the 14th January every year when the sun enters the sign of Capricorn.   Major Territory of Celebration Makar Sankramana Festival celebrated in Karnataka state of India   About Festival Makar Sankramana is a celebration of the occasion of the 'ascent' of the sun to the north (Uttarayana) .  On this day, the people exchange till and jaggery as a tok..
 Yellu Amavasya Festival of Karnataka
Name of Festival : Yellu Amavasya Festival   Time of celebration (Month) Yellu Amavasya, also spelt as Ellu Amavasya, is observed on No Moon day in Margashira month (Margasira Amavasya) December .   Major Territory of Celebration Yellu Amavasya is one of the major festivals in Karnataka specially celebrated by the farming community of the region of Karnataka, India   Worship in Festival In this Festival people worship Earth for good crops.   About Festival This ..
 Kar Hunnive Festival of Karnataka
Name of Festival : Kar Hunnive Festival   Time of celebration (Month) This festival is come in the month of June (Jyestha) on the full moon day.   Major Territory of Celebration Kar Hunnive festival is celebrated in Karnataka , India   Worship in Festival In this Festival people worship the agricultural equipments and bullocks.   About Festival On the day of festival, agricultural equipments and bullocks are worshipped. On the day of festival a special dish is p..
 Navratra Festival of Jammu and Kashmir
Name of Festival : Navratra Festival   Time of celebration (Month) Khichri Amavasya is celebrated in Kashmir in the month of “Posh” which falls around December or January.   Major Territory of Celebration This festival is celebrated in Jammu and Kashmir , India   Worship in Festival In this Festival people worship the Goddes Lakshmi   About Festival Navratra Festival is begins with an invocation to Lakshmi, the goddess of bounty. It is New Year day ..
 Khichdi Amavasya Festival of Jammu and Kashmir
Name of Festival : Khichdi Amavasya   Time of celebration (Month) Khichri Amavasya is celebrated in Kashmir in the month of “Posh” which falls around December or January.   Major Territory of Celebration Tihar Festival is celebrated in the Jammu and Kashmir state of India.   About Festival Kashmir is believed to have been the abode of Yakshas in ancient times. On the festival day people of Kashmir “khichri” is prepared and the “Yakshas&rdqu..
 Tihar Festival of Jammu and Kashmir
Name of Festival : Tihar Festival   Time of celebration (Month) Tihar is a famous and interesting festival celebrated in Bhadarwah and Kishtwar in the months of Chaitra (March-April)   Major Territory of Celebration Tihar Festival is celebrated in the Jammu and Kashmir state of India.   About Festival This festival is dedicated to serpent gods. On this day, women bathe in rivers and observe a day's fast.   Springs and baulis receive a spring-cleaning and this is ..
 Sajo Festival of Himachal Pradesh
Name of Festival : Sajo Festival   Time of celebration (Month) Sajo Festival is celebrated in the month of spring popularly known as Magh or Falgun (February - March )   Major Territory of Celebration Sajo Festival is celebrated in Himachal Pradesh , india.   About Festival Sajo Festival is a festival in which the people bid farewell to the village deities. In the villages the palanquins of the gods are laid open and the doors of temples are closed. People belived that ..
 Chaitraul Festival of Himachal Pradesh
Name of Festival : Chaitraul Festival   Time of celebration (Month) Chaitraul Festival is celebrated in the month of Chaitra on a certain day in the bright fortnight of the moon between March and April.   Major Territory of Celebration Chaitraul also well known as the festival of pictures is one of the celebrated festivals of the Sirmaur area in Himachal Pradesh , india.   About Festival In this day food is distributed to the poor people. Chaitraul also well known as th..
 Sairi Festival of Himachal Pradesh
Name of Festival : Sairi Festival   Time of celebration (Month) Sairi Festival is observed on the first day of the month of Ashwin (September - October )   Major Territory of Celebration Sairi Festival is celebrated in Himachal Pradesh state of India. About Festival It falls during winter season in Himachal Pradesh. The celebration of the Sairi in Himachal Pradesh starts when the maize crops are ready to be harvested. On the occasions of this festival people cook Sweet Bh..
 Basoa or Bishu Festival of Himachal Pradesh
Name of Festival : Basoa or Bishu   Time of celebration (Month) Basoa or Bishu is celebrated on the first day of the month of Baisakh (Apirl - May)   Major Territory of Celebration Basoa or Bishu is celebrated in Himachal Pradesh state of India.   About Festival Basoa or Bishu is mainly celebrated to welcome New Year with new hope and dreams. Villagers offer their prayers to the God.All the married women pray together for the prosperity and wealth of all villagers &nbs..
 Fulaich Festival of Himachal Pradesh
Name of Festival : Fulaich Festival   Time of celebration (Month) This festival is celebrated in the month of September   Major Territory of Celebration Fulaich Festival is celebrated in Himachal Pradesh state of India.   Worship in Festival This festival is celebrated in homour of dead relatives   About Festival Fulaich Festival is celebrated in Kinnaur valley in honors the dead relatives and to pray for their peace of soul. The fair of Fulaich Festival is sta..
 Bathing at Sohna Festival of Haryana
Name of Festival : Bathing at Sohna   Time of celebration (Month) This festival is celebrated on Somwati Amavas (new moon on Monday)   Major Territory of Celebration Bathing at Sohna is celebrated in Haryana   About Festival Sohna is a small town known for its hot spring and has a medicinal properties .It is located at the top of the Aravalli Hills.The festival comes on Somwati Amavas (new moon on Monday) which is considered doubly auspicious .   On the day of S..
 Shigmo festival of Goa
Name of Festival : Shigmo festival   Time of celebration (Month) Every year Shigmo festival is celebrated in month of March and dates according to the Hindu calendar that is based on lunar cycles .It is celebrated just before the Catholic time period of lent during which fasting and abstinence from alcohol and other vices is observed.   Major Territory of Celebration Shigmo festival is celebrated in Goa ,India   About Festival Shigmo festival is a spring festival cele..
 Chovoth or Ganesh Chaturthi Festival of India
Name of Festival : Chovoth or Ganesh Chaturthi   Time of celebration (Month) This festival is celebrated on Bhadarva Shukla-Paksh of Hindu calendar in (August/September).   Major Territory of Celebration Ganesh Chaturthi is important festival of Goa and all over India   Worship in Festival This festival is dedicated to Lord Ganesh.   About Festival Ganesh Chaturthi is important festival of India and celebrated all over India. In Goa it is almost national festiv..
 Sarhul Festival of Bihar
Name of Festival : Sarhul Festival   Time of celebration (Month) This festival is celebrated on the last day of Baisakh which corresponds to the month of April.   Major Territory of Celebration Sarhul Festival in Bihar is celebrated by the tribal communities of Oraon, Santhal and Mundras who populate the regions of Jharkhand, Bihar and Orissa.   Worship in Festival Sarhul is the worship of nature in which the people worship Dharti Mata as Sita   About Festival T..
 Magh or Bhogali Bihu Festival of Assam
Name of Festival : Magh or Bhogali Bihu   Major Territory of Celebration It is a is a harvest festival celebrated in Assam, India   Time of celebration (Month) Magh or Bhogali Bihu is celebrated in mid-January on the last day of the month of poush and the first day of magh during which the harvest is gathered.   About Festival : Magh or Bhogali Bihu is eaualent of Makar Sankranti or Pongal. On the bihu day or Uruka day young men build a temporary shelter in the open, ..
 Marriage of Bhadrakali and Virabhadra Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Marriage of Bhadrakali and Virabhadra   Major Territory of Celebration This Festival is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh state of India   Time of celebration (Month) It is celebrated for two days on the 13th and 14th days of the dark fortnight in the month of Magha (January - February).   Worship in Festival People celebrate the marriage of Bhadrakali and Virabhadra and worship the Lord Virabhadraswami   About Festival : In Khannan district of And..
 Sambhulingeswara Kalyanotsavam Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Sambhulingeswara Kalyanotsavam Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Sambhulingeswara Kalyanotsavam Festival is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh state of India   Time of celebration (Month) This festival is celebrated during Mahasivaratri festival for five days.   About Festival : On the first day, Prabhas are taken out in procession.Kalyanam, Rathotsavam Ponnaseva, village procession, Vasantotsavam and Pavalimpuseva are performed on the that days. Pe..
 Vinayaka Chaturthi Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Vinayaka Chaturthi   Major Territory of Celebration Vinayaka Chaturthi is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh and some other parts of India.   Time of celebration (Month) This Festival is celebrated on the 4th day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadrapada (August - September)   Worship in Festival This festival is celebrated on the birthday of Lord Ganesh (Ganesha)   About Festival : Vinayaka Chaturthi is a common Hindu festival and celebrated..
 Rajula Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Rajula Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Mostly this festival is celebrated in the Andhra Pradesh, India.   Time of celebration (Month) Rajula Festival falls in month of Ashadha (June - July) on full moon day.   Worship in Festival Rajula Festival is celebrated in honour of Polam Raju or Nagoba deity.   About Festival : In month of Ashadha and full moon day, all the male members, including children with their cattle go to the nearby fo..
 Bathukamma Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Bathukamma Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Bathukamma Festival is a Autumn festival celebrated by the Hindu women of Telangana region in Andhra Pradesh, India.   Time of celebration (Months) This Festival is celebrated by the Low Backward Castes women. It commences on the first day of the lunar month, Aswayuja and ends on Mahamavami one day before Dussera called as Durgashtami.This Festival is falls on the month of September/October.   About ..
 Nagula Chavithi Festival of Karnataka
Name of Festival : Nagula Chavithi Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Nagula Chavithi is celebrated in the Andhra Pradesh state of India .Nagula Chavithi in Kartika masam is a major festival in Andhra Pradesh and some parts of Karnataka.   Worship in Festival Nagula Chavithi is a festival of naga devatas.   Time of celebration (Months) Nagula Chavithi is celebrated on the 4th day after Deepavali Amavasya or karthika Shudda Chavithi (October - Novmeber)   Ab..
 Kechadmaru Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Kechadmaru Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Tribals called Mathuras celebrated Kechadmaru Festival who are inhabit Utmur Taluq in Adilbad district of Andhra Pradesh.   Time of celebration (Months) Kechadmaru Festival is celebrated on the new moon day in the month of Shravana (August - September )   About Festival : This festival is very important for unmarried girls.On this day All the unmarried girls of the village gather at the Naik's house..
 Gudi Padwa Festival of South India
Name of Festival : Gudi Padwa Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Gudi Padwa is one of the major festivals and celebrated by the people of South India like Maharashtra.   Time of celebration (Months) This Festival is celebrated in the month of Chaitra (March-April).   About Festival According to the lunisolar Hindu calendar it is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month to mark the beginning of the New year. The Hindu year begins on the first day, "shu..
 Vaikathashtami Festival of Kerala
  Name of Festival : Vaikathashtami Festival     Major Territory of Celebration Vaikathashtami Festival is celebrated specially a North Indian festival but now, is being celebrated across the country.   Time of celebration (Months) Vaikathashtami Festival is a very popular festival of Kerala which takes place during the month of November or December.   Worship in Festival In this festival people worship the Lord Shiva   About Festival Vaikathashtami F..
 Karwa Chauth Festival of North India
Name of Festival : Karwa Chauth Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Karwa Chauth Festival is celebrated specially a North Indian festival but now, is being celebrated across the country.   Time of celebration (Months) The festival falls on the fourth day after the full moon, in the Hindu lunisolar calendar month of Kartik . This festival falling in the month of October   About Festival Karwa Chauth is an important festival for married women .This festival is also k..
 Durga Puja Festival of West Bengal
Name of Festival : Durga Puja Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Durga Puja Festival is celebrated in West Bengal and all over India   Time of celebration (Months) Durga Pooja is celebrated twice a year, once in the month of Chaitra (April-May) and then in Ashwin (September-October).   Worship in Festival In Janmashtami Festival people worship the Goddess Durga   About Festival Durga puja or Durgotsava is an annual Hindu festival in South Asia that celebra..
 Janmashtami Festival of India
Name of Festival : Janmashtami    Major Territory of Celebration Janmashtami is celebrated in all over India   Time of celebration (Months) Janmashtami Festival falls is celebrated in the month of August or September   Worship in Festival In Janmashtami Festival people worship the Lord Krishna   About Festival Janmashtami or Gokulashtami as it is popularly known in North India, is a festival full of joy and gaiety. It is also known as Krishnashtami, Gokulas..
 Onam Festival of Kerala
Name of Festival : Onam Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Onam is the one of most important festival of Kerala's.   Time of celebration (Months) Onam Festival falls during the Malayali month of Chingam (August - September )   Worship in Festival Festival is celebrated in honour of the ancient asura king Mahabali   About Festival During this festival there are many elements of Kerala's culture and tradition.The period of celebration of this festival four ..
   
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