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Indian Festivals

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 Gugga Naumi Festival of Haryana
Name of Festival : Gugga Naumi   Major Territory of Celebration Gugga Naumi is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh state of India   Time of celebration (Months) Gugga Naumi celebrated in the month of Bhadon (January-September).   Worship in Festival People worship the Gugga Pir or snake-worship   About Festival Gugga Naumi festival is celebrated in the Haryana and Punjab state of India.This festival connected to snake-worship. Behind this festival number of legends hav..
 Karma Festival of Bihar
Name of Festival : Karma Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Karma Festival is celebrated in Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh state of India   Time of celebration (Months) Karma Festival celebrated in the month of Bhadrapada (September - October)   About Festival Karma (Karam) festival is celebrated by the Oraon, Baiga, Binjhwari and Majhwar tribes of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh.This festival is falls in the Hindu month of Bha..
 Kati or Rongali Bihu Festival of Assam
Name of Festival : Kati or Rongali Bihu Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Kati or Rongali Bihu Festival is celebrated in Assam, India   Time of celebration (Months) Kati or Rongali Bihu Festival celebrated in the month of Aswin (September - October)   About Festival Bihu is the National Festival of Assam. Kati or Kangali Bihu is held on the last day of Aswin (Sep-Oct).In Assam there are basically three types of Bihu -   Rongali Bihu or Bohaag Bihu Kati Bi..
 Bohag Bihu Festival of Assam
Name of Festival : Bohag Bihu Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Bohag Bihu Festival is celebrated in Assam, India   Time of celebration (Months) Bohag Bihu Festival Festival celebrated on the 14th April   About Festival Bohag Bihu or Bhogali Bihu is the spring festival that comes on 14th April and marks the beginning of the first month of the Assamese calendar or starts on the last day of the month of chaitra. It is celebrated in the Assam.   First day is..
 Yellaramma Jatara Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Yellaramma Jatara Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Yellaramma Jatara Festival is celebrated in  Andhra Pradesh , India   Time of celebration (Months) Yellaramma Jatara Festival celebrated on full moon day of the month Chaitra (April-May)   About Festival Yellaramma temple is situated in Madapaka in Tanuku Taluk of West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. This Festival is falls in the month of chaitra on the full moon day On this day Yel..
 Durgamma Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Durgamma Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Durgamma Festival is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh state of India   Time of celebration (Months) Durgamma Festival celebrated in the month of Bhadrapada (September - October)   About Festival Durgamma Festival is celebrated in Medak District of Andhra Pradesh India.It is a 4 day festival and fall in the month of Bhadrapada, which is the month of September.   First day of festival, the water for w..
 Ugadi Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Ugadi Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Ugadi Festival is celebrated in South India like Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh   Time of celebration (Months) Ugadi is the Telugu New Year day celebrated on Chaitra Suddha Padyami, the first day of the bright fortnight in the month of Chaitra (April-May)   About Festival The New year festival or Ugadi comes close on the heels of Holi.Ugadi is celebrated with festive fervor in Karnataka, Mahara..
 Ankamma Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Ankamma Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Ankamma Festival is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh state of India   Time of celebration (Months) Ankamma Festival is celebrated in the month of Ashadha (June - July)   About Festival The Five day of the month of Ashadha Ankamma Festival is celebrated.On this festival deity is placed in a palanquin and taken in a procession early in the morning . Procession goes to the temple accompanied by the music and d..
 Avu Devata Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Avu Devata Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Avu Devata Festival is celebrated in Andhra Prades state of India   Time of celebration (Months) Avu Devata Festival is celebrated in the month of Jyeshtha (May - june)   About Festival Avu Devata Festival is a 3 day festival and it is celebrated in the month of Jyeshtha.   On 1st day devotees go to the cave and worship the deity whose idol is brought in a carriage they decorated idol with flo..
 Boddemma Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Boddemma Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Boddemma Festival is celebrated in Andhra Prades state of India   About Festival Boddemma Festival is a 9 day festival and celebrated in Andhra Pradesh. Bodemma is a worship of goddess Gauri.9 day of festival prior to the Batakamma festival and concludes on Mahalaya Amavasya.   This festival is for unmarried girls.Girls make a image Boddemma like a seven layers in the shape of a gopura.After they d..
 Kurukshetra Festival of Haryana
Name of Festival : Kurukshetra Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Kurukshetra Festival is celebrated in Haryana state of India   Time of celebration (Months) Kurukshetra Festival is celebrated in the month of December in the Kurukshetra city of Haryana.   Worship in Festival In this day people worship the Bhagavat Gita   About Festival Kurukshetra Festival is celebrated as birth anniversary of the Srimad Bhagavat Gita. This is a Festival signifying the bir..
 Vasant Panchami Festival of North India
Name of Festival : Vasant Panchami festival   Major Territory of Celebration Vasant Panchami festival is celebrated in North India   Time of celebration (Months) Vasant Panchami falls in the month of Phalguna (February - March ) on the 5th day.   Worship in Festival In this day people worship the Goddess Saraswati   About Festival Vasant Panchami sometimes referred to as Basant Panchami or Shree Panchami is a Hindu festival celebrating Goddess Saraswati, the go..
 Phag Festival of Himachal Pradesh
Name of Festival : Phag Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Phag Festival is celebrated in Rampur in Shimla District of Himachal Pradesh.   Time of celebration (Months) Phag Festival is celebrated in the month of Chaitra-Vaishakh   About Festival Phag Festival annual Phag fair is organised to herald the New Year (Chaitra-Vaishakh) as per the Hindu almanac, by the residents of Rampur in Shimla District of Himachal Pradesh In India.Phag Festival is a 6 day festival.P..
 Dussehra / Vijaya Dashmi Festival of India
Name of Festival : Dussehra / Vijaya Dashmi Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Dussehra / Vijaya Dashmi Festival is celebrated in All over India   Time of celebration (Months) Dussehra / Vijaya Dashmi Festival is celebrated in the month of September end to early October   Worship in Festival In this day people worship the Goddess Durga   About Festival Dussehra falling on the last day of Navaratri or Durga puja arrives in the month of October. It is also..
 Navratri Festival Festival of India
Name of Festival : Navratri Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Navratri Festival is celebrated in All over India   Time of celebration (Months) Navratri Festival is celebrated in the month of September end to early October   Worship in Festival In this day people worship the Goddess Durga   About Festival Navaratri is the longest Hindu festival celebrated all over India for nine consecutive nights in praise of Lord Rama and Goddess Durga from September en..
 Ganesh Chaturthi Festival of South India
Name of Festival : Ganesh Chaturthi Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Ganesh Chaturthi Festival is celebrated in South India   Time of celebration (Months) Ganesh Chaturthi is Hindu calendar month of Bhaadrapada (August - September ).   Worship in Festival In this day people worship the Lord Ganesh   About Festival Ganesh or Vinayaka Chaturthi is dedicated to Lord Ganesh the son of Shiva and Parvati .Ganesha Chaturthi is the great Ganesha festival, also k..
 Thripunithura Athachamayam Festival of Kerala
Name of Festival : Thripunithura Athachamayam Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Thripunithura Athachamayam Festival is celebrated in Kerela state of India   Time of celebration (Months) Thripunithura Athachamayam Festival is at Tripunithura on the asterism, Atham, in the month of Chingam (August/September).   About Festival Thripunithura Athachamayam is the colourful beginning for the Onam festival of Kerala. This is celebrated at Tripunithura on the asterism, At..
 Nag Panchami Festival of India
Name of Festival : Nag Panchami Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Nag Panchami Festival is celebrated in Maharashtra state of India Time of celebration (Months) Nag Panchami Festival is celebrated on fifth day after Amavasya of the month of Shraavana (July - August) Worship in Festival In this festival people worship the Nāgas (cobras) or snake About Festival Nag Panchami Festival is a festival of Hindus in some parts of India worship either images of or live ..
 Ochira Kali Festival of Kerala
Name of Festival : Ochira Kali Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Ochira Kali Festival is celebrated in kerala state of India   Time of celebration (Months) Thrissur Ochira Kali Festival is celebrated in mid of June and it lasts for two days.   About Festival Ochira Kali festival is celebrated at Ochchira, a village near Kayamkulam in Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala .Large number of people took part in Keralas Ochira Kali festival, a mock fight to commemorat..
 Thrissur Pooram Festival of Kerala
Name of Festival : Thrissur Pooram Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Thrissur Pooram Festival is celebrated in Thrissur district of kerala , India   Time of celebration (Months) Thrissur Pooram Festival is celebrated in month of Medam (April) .   About Festival Thrissur Pooram is the most colourful of all the temple festivals of Kerala. This festival is celebrated in Thrissur at Vadakkunnathan temple in the month of Medam (April) . In Kerala, Thrissur festival ha..
 Ramnavami Festival of India
Name of Festival : Ramnavami Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Ramnavami Festival is celebrated in all over India   Time of celebration (Months) Ramnavami festival come in the Shukla Paksha on the Navami, the ninth day of the month of Chaitra (March - Apirl) in the Hindu calendar.   Worship in Festival In the day of festival people worship the "Lord Ram."   About Festival Ramnavami festival is celebrated to all over India.On the day of Ramnavam..
 Gangaur Festival of Rajasthan
Name of Festival : Gangaur Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Gangaur Festival is celebrated in Rajasthan state of india.   Time of celebration (Months) Gangaur Festival is celebrated in month of March-April .   Worship in Festival In the day of festival people worship the "Goddess Parvati."   About Festival This festival is dedicated to Gauri, a manifestation of Goddess Parvati.Gangaur Festival is the most important local festival of Rajasthan ..
 Attukal Pongala Festival of Kerala
Name of Festival : Attukal Pongala Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Attukal Pongala Festival is celebrated in Kerala state of India   Time of celebration (Months) Attukal Pongala Festival is celebrated in Bharani day (Karthika star) of the Malayalam month of Makaram-Kumbham (February-March)   Worship in Festival In the day of festival people worship the "Attukal Devi"   About Festival Attukal Pongala is an extremely popular, essentially women's..
 Mahashivratri Festival of India
Name of Festival : Mahashivaratri Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Mahashivaratri Festival is celebrated in All over India   Time of celebration (Months) Mahashivaratri Festival is celebrated in month of Phalguna (February - March )   Worship in Festival In the day of festival people worship the Lord Shiva   About Festival Mahashivaratri Festival or ‘The Night of Shiva’ is celebrated by the people in honor of Lord Shiva, one of the deities of..
 Thaipusam Festival of Tamil Nadu
Name of Festival : Thaipusam Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Thaipusam Festival is celebrated in Tamil Nadu   Time of celebration (Months) This festival falls in Tamil month of Thai (January/February) on the full moon.   About Festival Thaipusam Festival is a Hindu festival and celebrated mostly by the Tamil community.This festival in also celebrated where Tamil community is a minority, such as Singapore and Malaysia. In Malayalam language Thaipusam Festival i..
 Pongal Festival of Tamil Nadu
Name of Festival : Pongal festival   Major Territory of Celebration Pongal festival is celebrated in Tamil Nadu   Time of celebration (Months) In the Tamil calendar Mid-January is an important time. Pongal, falls on the 14th or the 15th of January and is the quintessential 'Tamil Festival' .   About Festival Pongal is celebrated on the first day of the Tamil month 'Thai'.It is a harvest festival celebrated by Tamils in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu and in Sri Lanka.Pong..
 Poleramma Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Poleramma Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Poleramma Festival is celebrated in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh   About Festival Poleramma Festival is celebrated for 3 days. In this fistival a big kumbham is offered and after, it is mixed with the blood of sacrificial buffalo. It is placed on the head of a person who scatters it around the village.   During this festival no outsider is allowed to stay in there village because they believed ..
 Sammakka Jatara Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Sammakka Jatara Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Sammakka Jatara Festival is celebrated in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh   Time of celebration (Months) Sammakka Jatara is held for three days before Magha Purnima (January-February).   About Festival Sammakka Jatara or Sammakka Saralamma Jatara or Medaram Jatara is a tribal festival of honouring the goddesses celebrated in the Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh . Medaram is a small village ..
 Jayanti Of Manikya Prabhu Festival of Andhra Pradesh
Name of Festival : Jayanti Of Manikya Prabhu Festival   Major Territory of Celebration Jayanti Of Manikya Prabhu Festival is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh   Time of celebration (Months) Jayanti Of Manikya Prabhu Festival is celebrated in month of Margasheersh (November-December)   Worship in Festival In the Jayanti Of Manikya Prabhu Festival people worship the Lord Manikya Prabhu.   About Festival Manikya Prabhu Jayanti is a festival celebrated in Andhra Pradesh ..
 Diwali or Deepawali Festival of India
Name of Festival : Diwali festival or Deepawali   Major Territory of Celebration Diwali festival or Deepawali is celebrated in all over India   Time of celebration (Months) Diwali Festival is occurring between mid-October and mid-November.   Worship in Festival In this Festival people worship the Goddess "Laxmi"   About Festival Diwali or Deepavali it is also known as the "festival of lights" and it is a important five-day festival in Hinduis..
   
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