FESTIVALS IN INDIA - IMPORTANT FESTIVALS AND EVENTS IN INDIA

Festivals in India - Important Festivals and Events in India

List of Indian Festivals 2020


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The India is a country of dynamic culture, and every Indian celebrates many festivals wholeheartedly throughout the year. Every festival is unique in its way. Celebrating them while you pay a visit to the country is a great chance to explore the prosperity of Indian culture and heritage. 

Festivals in India - Important Festivals and Events in India

Republic Day - Celebration of an Independent India

Republic Day


Enforcement of the Indian Constitution on January 26, 1950, marked the beginning of India as a republic country. Since then every year on 26th January Indians celebrate the national festival with pride. The celebrations take place at Rajpath in the form of ceremonial parades in front of the President of India and other international delegates. Thousands of people visit the ground to be a spectator of the spectacle representing Unity and Cultural richness of the country.

Makar Sankranti-Kite Festival in Gujarat and Lohri in North India



Makar Sankranti-

The Makar Sankranti is celebrated in all parts of Indian subcontinent with some variations, customs, way of celebration and known by different names. Pongal, Uttarayana, Magh Bihu and Khichdi are few regional names of Makar Sankranti.

Lohri- Celebration of Lohri marks the end of winter season. It is celebrated with the beating of Dhol, Nagadas, and singing of traditional Lohri songs. Children visit the neighbourhood asking for treats. The festival is full of life, and you can't afford to miss the North Indian's Lohri. Special celebrations take place in the houses of newborns and newlyweds.

Uttarayan- On Uttarayan, you see beautiful skies covered with kites of different sizes, designs, and colours. The International Kite Flying Festival of Gujarat is the most significant festival celebrated in India. The best location to encounter the delightful view of bright skies is either the Sabarmati Riverfront or the Ahmedabad Police Stadium.

Pongal Harvest in Southern Part of India

Pongal Harvest


"Thai Pongal" in its literal sense is the thanksgiving festival to the Sun God for the harvest. It is celebrated between 14 January and 17 January every year. Each day has different occasions to celebrate. The first day is celebrated as Bhogi when old possessions are discarded, and new ones are celebrated. The second day is the main event known as Thai Pongal followed by the third day's event, Maatu Pongal. Kaanum Pongal celebrated on the fourth day gives a happy ending to the festival.

Vasant Panchami-Basant Panchami-Celebrating Saraswati

Vasant Panchami or Saraswati Puja is actually a spring festival observed on the month of Magha, typically falls in February. The festival is dedicated to goddess Saraswati, the Hindu deity of learning, books, arts and music.
Basant Panchami

This Hindu Spring festival is either celebrated in January or February. The festival is dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Saraswati. Saraswati Puja takes place on a giant level in the states of BiharWest BengalOdisha, and Assam. People eat yellow and wear yellow. In Rajasthan, people wear jasmine garlands whereas, in Uttarakhand, people also worship Lord Shiva and Parvati as the mother earth. The Sikhs conduct Langar to celebrate the yellow festival.

Losar- Tibetan New Year

Losar


Losar is mainly celebrated in Ladakh either at the end of Jan or at the beginning of Feb. The celebration is the amalgamation of ancient rituals, drama, and dances. The "Metho" Ceremony is the main event carried out by Ladakhi people in which they carry flaming torches and chant prayers while they move from street to street to chase away the evil spirits.

Maha Shivaratri

Maha Shivaratri is a major festival in Hinduism, celebrated annually in honour of the great God Lord Shiva. The festival means the Great Night of Shiva, Shivaratri which is fourteenth day of every lunar month once a year in late winter.

Maha Shivaratri


This grand festival is celebrated on the occasion of overcoming darkness and ignorance. People fast, wear new clothes and worship Lord Shiva. Main temples of God are visited in Varanasi and Somnath. The Mandi Fair is organized in the town of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. It is also celebrated as the anniversary of God Shiva and Goddess Parvati in the Kashmiri and Himalayan regions.  The Mahakaleshwar Temple, Ujjain is flocked by numerous devotees.

Carnival in Goa

Carnival in Goa

The carnival kicks for 3-4 days and brings in a lot of entertainment. Many cultural groups are a part of the huge parade that takes place in Goa. Float parades take place in important urban areas such as Panjim, Margao, Vasco da Gama, and Mapusa. Goa soaks into festive love every year during the carnival time with mad music, color, food, drinks, drums and fun.

Holi-Color Festival

Holi also known as the festival of colors is the most popular spring festival celebrated in India as well as in many parts of South Asia. Holi is an ancient Hindu religious festival, now celebrated in many parts of Europe and North America.

Holi

The festival of colors is the most amiable festival of the country. Holika Dahan takes place a night before Holi where all negatives are burnt in a bonfire. On the main day, people play with organic colors as they groove on the tunes of music. Gujiya, Mathri, and Thandai are the specialties of the festival. "Lath Maar Holi" is celebrated in the Bhaj region of Mathura. Women playfully beat their husbands' shields with sticks. In the South, offerings are made to Kamadeva, the Indian God of Love.  Dwarka, a coastal city of Gujarat, celebrate the festival at Dwarkadheesh Temple. It is observed as the festival of forgiveness and new beginnings.

Navratri

The Vasant Chaitra Navaratri marks the beginning of New year according to Hindu Lunar Calendar. The celebration lasts for nine days. Gujarat hosts enigmatic celebrations in the form of fasting and its traditional folk dance, Garba. The first three days are dedicated to Maa Durga (goddess of energy), next three to Maa Lakshmi (goddess of wealth) and the last three to Maa Saraswati (Goddess of knowledge). The nine days of Navratri ends with Ram Navami.

Navratri

Navratri counts as one of the major Hindu festivalsand the celebrations continue for days on end. In Sanskrit, the term Navratri means nine nights. True to its name, the festival spans over nine days and nights. During Navratri, Goddess Shakti is worshipped in different forms. In North India, Navratri celebrations involve vibrant Dandiya Raas and Garba dances that are enjoyed by men, women, and children dressed in colorful traditional attire.
  • Where is Navratri (National Festival of India No. 3) celebrated? – All over India, but the festival is more vibrant in Maharashtra and Gujarat.
  • When is Navratri (National Festival of India No. 3) celebrated? – October – November.


Easter

Easter

Easter bunnies and Easter eggs are the main attraction of the festival. The festival is mostly celebrated in the states of Goa, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh. In Goa, Carnivals are organized, and parties take place at the beach-side. The beautiful backwaters of Kerala and marvelous architecture landmarks of Andhra Pradesh becomes a host to Easter celebrations. Good Friday is declared as a holiday throughout India.

Ram Navami

Ram Navami

Rama Navami celebrates the birthday of Lord Rama and the festival is a part of the spring Navratri or Vasanta Navratri. 10th day of Chaitra Navratri is celebrated as Rama Navami and the day marked by Rama Katha and stories of Ramayana.

Gudi Padwa


Gudi Padwa

Gudi Padwa is the traditional New Year festival of Maharashtra, which is the first day of the Chaitra month marking the beginning of the New Year in India. Ugadi, Vishu, Cheti Chand and Pahela Baishakh are the different names of Hindu New Year festival.

Vaisakhi

Vaisakhi

Vaisakhi is the most religious festival in Sikhism and also an ancient festival of Hindus. This spring harvest festival celebrated in India and regionally known by many names.

Bihu

Bihu

The festival of Bihu refers to set of three different festivals and chief festival of Assam state. Rangali or Bohag Bihu, Bhogali or Magh Bihu and Kati Bihu, The Rangali Bihu is the most important festival coincides with Vaisakhi in north India.

Akshaya Tritiya

Akshaya Tritiya is one of the four most important days for Hindus and the auspicious day of the birthday of Lord Parasurama. The day of Akshaya Trutiya assumed to bring prosperity and very auspicious for starting new ventures and buying gold.

Akshaya Tritiya

Akshaya Tritiya, also known as Akti or Akha Teej, is an annual spring time festival of the Hindus and Jains. It falls on the third Tithi of Bright Half of Vaisakha month. It is observed as an auspicious time regionally by Hindus and Jains in India and Nepal, as signifying the "third day of unending prosperity". 

Mahavir Jayanti

Mahavir Jayanti

It is the most significant festival of Jains. Grand celebrations are viewed in the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan. The temples have varied pujas and offerings by devotees. The Jains are involved in some charitable work. Gujarat holds the biggest fair during the festival. Palitana and Girnar in Gujarat are the significant places of worship. Vaishali, in Bihar being the birthplace of Lord Mahavir celebrates the festival with grandiosity.

Buddha Jayanti

Buddha Jayanti

It is mainly celebrated in Ladakh, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Bodh Gaya, Darjeeling, Kurseong, and Maharashtra. The devotees visit Visak to listen to Buddhist teachings. The dress code is white and non-vegetarian food is completely avoided. Caged animals are set free.

Rath Yatra Orissa-Festival of Chariots


Rath Yatra Orissa

The Rath Yatra is the grand festival celebrated in Puri. The temple deities, Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra, of the main Jagannath temple of Puri, are removed with the celestial wheel and taken to their respective chariots. The chariots are then taken to the grand avenue of the Gundicha Temple. Lakhs of devotees take part in this Yatra. Foreign channels also provide live telecast of this Yatra.

Karva Chauth

Karva Chauth
Karva Chauth is one day fasting festival celebrated in India only by Hindu married women. The festival falls on the fourth day after the full moon and considered to be a romantic festival of India.

Teej

Teej

Teej festival celebrated to welcome the monsoon season and celebrated only by girls and women. The monsoon festivals of Hartalika Teej dedicated to Goddess Parvati.

Onam

Onam

Onam is a harvest festival and also the official state festival of Kerala. The festival is a major annual event for Malayali and festivities includes Pookkalam , Vallam Kali, Onathappan and Pulikali.

Nag Panchami

Nag Panchami

Nag Panchami is a snake worship festival celebrated throughout India by Hindus. On the day of Nag Panchami, Indian Cobra snakes are worshipped with milk, sweets and flowers.

Eid ul-Fitr

Eid ul-Fitr

The holy festival of Ramadan consists of month-long fasting. It is believed that fasting makes a man give up his vices which bring him closer to Allah. Muslims form an essential part of cultural strata in India hence Eid is celebrated with holy fasting and offering prayers. It ends with joyful feasting.

Gangaur

Gangaur

Gangaur is a colorful festival, during which the womenfolk of Rajasthan worship Gauri, the wife of Lord Shiva. Gangaur, symbolizing harvest, spring, and marital fidelity, is believed to bring happiness and fulfillment in a married couple’s life. Unmarried women also celebrate this festival and pray for a good life partner. In several places, it is celebrated with processions. In Jaipur, people buy and share ghewar, a sweet snack, with their near and dear ones.
  • Where is Gangaur celebrated? – Rajasthan and parts of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, West Bengal, and Telangana.
  • When is Gangaur celebrated? – March – April.

Hanuman Jayanti

Hanuman Jayanti

Hanuman Jayanti marks the birth of Lord Sri Hanuman and celebrated during the first month of Hindu calendar of Chaitra. Lord Hanuman is an ardent devotee of Lord Sri Rama and Hanuman Jayanti is an important festival of the Hindus, Hanuman Chalisa is the devotional hymn addressed to Lord Hanuman.

Hemis

Hemis

Hemis is a religious festival from Ladakh, celebrated at Hemis Monastery over two days in honor of Lord Padmasambhava, a spiritual leader and founder of Tibet Tantric Buddhism. The festivities include the Cham dance performed by the monks of the monastery to traditional cymbals, small trumpets, and large pan-drums. The dancing monks also wear elaborate outfits and masks for the performances.
  • Where is Hemis celebrated? – Ladakh.
  • When is Hemis celebrated? – June – July.


Rakshabandhan

Rakshabandhan

The festival commemorates the bond between a brother and his sister. Sisters tie Rakhi on their brothers' wrist to protect them against any evil influences. The brothers bring gifts for their sisters and promise the necessary protection for a lifetime. The festival is widely celebrated in every state of India. It strengthens the love between the two.

Janmashtami

Janmashtami

The annual Hindu festival celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna. Different states celebrate the festival in different ways. Rasa Lila, the traditional Krishna Drama is performed in regions of Mathura, Manipur, Assam, Rajasthan, and Gujarat. In Mumbai, Pune, and Gujarat, the event of DAHI HANDI takes place in which groups make human pyramids to reach the yoghurt pot which is tied at a certain height. Traditional dances are performed at the temples in Gujarat. In the Kutch region of Gujarat, farmers decorate the bullock carts with the idols of Krishna to hold Pageantry. In North East and South India people get involved in devotional songs and celebrate the festival. Mathura, Vrindavan, and ISKCON observe the most significant celebrations of the festival.

Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima festival is traditionally celebrated to pay their respects to their teachers by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists. The festival is celebrated on Purnima in the Hindu month of Ashadha.

Gurpurab or Guru Nanak Jayanti

Gurpurab

Another sacred festival for the Sikh community, Gurpurab celebrates the birth of Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru. It is also known as Guru Nanak’s Prakash Utsav, Guru Nanak Gurpurab and Guru Nanak Jayanti. People observe this festival by reading the Guru Granth Sahib for two days prior to the festival, and organizing special assemblies on the teaching of the guru and community meals in the gurudwaras. Processions are organized and Karah Prasad is distributed to all, irrespective of caste or religion. Several observers journey to Gurudwara Nankana Sahib all the way in Pakistan, the birthplace of the deity, to celebrate the occasion.
  • Where is Gurpurab (National Festival of India No. 14) celebrated? – Punjab
  • When is Gurpurab (National Festival of India No. 14) celebrated? – November

Independence Day

Independence Day

The festival commemorates the independence of India from the British Empire on 15 Aug 1947. Flag Hosting ceremonies, parades and other cultural events take place throughout out the country. The Prime Minister of India officially hosts flag at the Red Fort followed by the tradition of 21 gunshots. Parades and pageants showcase the Indian struggle for independence. People all over the country celebrate freedom by flying kites.

Ganesh Chaturthi


It is celebrated as a grand public festival in the states of Maharashtra, Goa, Gujarat, and Chhattisgarh. Mandaps and Pandals are set up with the idols of Ganesha. Many cultural activities like singing, dancing, theatre and orchestral performances take place. The festival is known as Vinayaka Chaturthi in Tamil Nadu. Ganesha idols are made out of clay. In Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, procession marches involving great idols of Ganesha take place from Pazhavangadi Ganapathi Temple to Shankumugham Beach and the icons are immersed in the sea. Modak is the primary sweet dish of the festival.

Ganesh Chaturthi


Ganesh Chaturthi is a 11 day festival, celebrated in the central, South and western states of India. Maharashtra is the best place to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi at home and in public places and pandals by local community groups.

Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi Jayanti

The festival is celebrated on October 2 to mark the birthday occasion of The Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. It is observed by commemorating his sacrifices by offering prayers at his memorial in New Delhi, schools, colleges, offices and other institutions.

Navaratri

Navaratri

Navarathri is a 9 divine night’s festival of Goddess Durga, observed in the Hindu calendar month of Ashvin. Navaratri festival is a ten day event and one of the most awaited festivals in India, especially in the state of West Bengal and North India.

Durga Puja


Celebrating the reign of good over evil, the festival celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over Mahishasura. It is observed over the course of 10 days and is a grand social event in eastern and north-eastern states of India. Though the rituals are long and complicated, they are enjoyed by the devotees. Colourful streets, Pandals, Bhajans and bright lights surround you during the festival time. Also, in the temples of West Bengal, Odisha and Assam (Silchar) actual animal sacrifices are performed to mark the victory of Maa Durga over the buffalo demon. It is celebrated as Mysore Dasara in Karnataka. The dates are subject to change.

Durga Puja


Durga Puja is the most important Hindu festival of goddess Durga, celebrated in the state of West Bengal, Tripura, Bihar and Assam. The festival celebrated during the Navaratri, starts on the 4th day of Navaratri and held over a five day period.

Dussehra-Vijayadashami


It also known as Vijayadashmi, it marks the end of Durga Pooja and celebrates the victory of Good or Evil in the form of victory of Lord Rama over Ravana. Northern India observes Ravana idols being burnt signifying the restoration of faith in good. Thousands of dances and dramas take place portraying the story of Lord Rama's victory. In Kullu Valley, Himachal a large fair is organized, and half a million people visit the parade. In Mewar, Rajasthan, it is observed as the major festival of Rajputs. In Eastern India, goodbyes are bid to the idols of Durga as they are immersed in water. West Bengal celebrates the festival at the most exceptional level with hundreds of parades taking place. One can also visit Mysore to be a part of Grand Mysore Dasara.

Dussehra-Vijayadashami


Vijayadashami also known as Dussehra is celebrated differently in every parts of the Indian subcontinent. Dussehra is a major Hindu festival, marks the end of Durga Puja and starts the preparation for Diwali.

Diwali or Deepawali


The country celebrates the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after an exile of 14 years in the form of lighting diyas, drawing rangolis, decorating houses, wearing new clothes, distributing gifts and burning crackers. People also worship Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth and prosperity) and Lord Ganesha (symbolizes ethical beginnings). It is known as Kali Puja in West Bengal and Odisha. In Sikhism, it is celebrated as Bandi Chor Diwas during which the people light the Golden Temple of Amritsar and indulge themselves in fireworks. Diwali Melas are organised all over the country. It is a five day festival in Karnataka. Diwali is dedicated to Lord Krishna in Braj region, and therefore Govardhan Mountain is worshipped by the people. The Festival of Lights is enjoyed with great vigor and pomp.

Dev Deepawali


Celebrated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh it is the festival of Kartik Poornima. The festival takes place 15 days after Diwali. Houses are decorated, oil lamps are lit, processions of decorated deities are taken out in streets and diyas are set afloat in the river. The festival is a tourist-centric festival as the ghats are lightened up with millions earthen lamps making the night-scenes a treat to one's eye. 21 young priests and 24 girls perform the Arti at the Dashameshwar Ghat. Ganga Mahotsav showcases the heritage of Varanasi. Cultural programs, martial arts, classical singing, and dancing also take place.

Diwali or Deepawali


Diwali or Deepavali is the festival of lights, celebrated every year in autumn. The festival of Deepavali is the most popular festivals of Hinduism, signifies the victory of good over evil and light over darkness.

Chhath

Chhath

Chhath Puja is dedicated to the God Sun and his wife Usha, mostly celebrated in Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand and eastern Uttar Pradesh. This festival is the most ecofriendly Hindu festival and an ancient Hindu Vedic festival of India.

Hornbill Festival, Nagaland

Hornbill Festival

Popularly called as 'Festival of Festivals', the Hornbill Festival is celebrated from the 1st-7th December every year. An unique folk festival that's held in the northeastern state of India, Nagaland. Home to several tribes, Nagaland is a diverse state. To encourage the interaction between these tribal groups, the state tourism and the arts & culture departments of Nagaland organizes the Hornbill Festival to showcase the culture and ethnicity of the land.

Christmas


Christmas needs no introduction. It marks the birth of Jesus Christ and so, holds special significance for Christians. But like many other festivals in the country, it also holds appeal for the people of other religions. And since Christmas is followed by the New Year, there is a festive spirit in the air. Churches are lit up and bedecked in an attractive manner. Decorated Christmas trees are a common sight everywhere, from people’s homes to the largest malls in India. The day is celebrated with attending prayer mass at churches, exchanging gifts, and feasting with friends and family.
Christmas

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  • Where is Christmas (National Festival of India No. 9) celebrated? – All over India.
  • When is Christmas (National Festival of India No. 9) celebrated? – 25th December.

New Year

New Year

India holds a significant number of exotic New Year parties. There are some famous regions where the most amazing New Year parties take place. In Goa, you get a chance to attend beach parties with cheap beer and live music. Anjuna Beach should top your list. Mumbai is famous for its nightlife and Mumbaikars are wholly drowned into a singing and dancing zone. A sip of drink in the city lit up with lights and crackers will give you chills. In Bangalore, you can enjoy delicious feasts at the finest rooftop restaurants with fireworks as your companion. The celebrity-owned clubs in Delhi become the best location for all party lovers. The nightclubs in Kolkata get raunchy, and you find it hard to stop tapping your feet on the beats. Pondicherry is no less famous for fabulous beachside parties. The phenomenal dance performances on the street are something to look out for. Read more about Best Places to Celebrate New Year in India.

Most Popular National Festivals of India

India’s spectrum of festivals is a diverse lot. Many such events are celebrated across the country, although there may be variations in the way they are observed or the legends associated with each. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular national festivals.

Last Word

They say we should celebrate life, not just festivals. Well, in a country like India, life is synonymous with festivals because there are more fiestas than you can count, and each of these mirrors our culture and traditions. Breaking the humdrum of daily routine, these festivals bring with them a wave of excitement and happiness. Interestingly, almost every big and small occasion in India calls for a celebration. Be it the arrival of spring, harvesting of crops or something else, you will never run of out reasons and seasons to celebrate. Experiencing the festive spirit of the country is akin to celebrating life, speckled with an ample dose of colors, music, dance, folk songs, food, and friends, all rolled into a wholesome package offering absolute gratification.
Each festival in India has an essence and flavor of its own that you need to experience first-hand. We bring to you a hand-picked list of the most popular, vibrant and widely celebrated festivals of India that reflect the cultural beauty of this country.

Festivals in India - Important Festivals and Events in India

हिन्दू त्योहारों के नाम - List of Indian festivals and celebrations

भारत मे मनाये जाने वाली प्रमुख हिन्दू त्यौहारो के नाम की लिस्ट नीचे बताई जा रही है  –

1.     Lohri – लोहड़ी
2.     Makarsankranti - मकर संक्रांतिपोंगल 
3.     Gupt Navratra – गुप्त नवरात्र
4.     Vasant Panchami – वसंत पंचमी
5.     Tamil New Year – तमिल न्यू ईयर
6.     Maha Shivaratri – महा शिवरात्रि
7.     Gudi Padwa – गुड़ी पड़वा
8.     Holika Dehan – होलिका दहन व् रंग बिरंगी होली
9.     Hindi New Year – हिन्दी नव वर्ष
10.   Ramnavmi -रामनवमी 
11.   Bangali New Year – बंगाली नव वर्ष
12.   Gangaur – गणगौर
13.   Mahavir Jayanti – महावीर जयंती
14.   Hanuman Jayanti – हनुमान जयंती
15.   Akshay Tritiya – अक्षय तृतीया
16.   Shani Jayanti – शनि जयंती
17.   Savitri Puja – सावित्री पूजा
18.   Guru Purnima – गुरु पूर्णिमा
19.   Nag Panchmi – नाग पंचमी 
20.   Onam – ओणम 
21.   Raksha Bandhan – रक्षा बंधन
22.   Kumbh Mela – कुम्भ मेला
23.   Krishan Janmasthmi – कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी
24.   Ramlila – रामलीला
25.   Ganesh Chaturthi – गणेश चतुर्थी 
26.   Anant chaturdshi – अनंत चतुर्दशी 
27.   Pitr Paksh – श्राद्ध
28.   Navraatra – नवरात्र
29.   Dussehra – दशहरा 
30.   Maharishi Valmiki jayanti – महर्षि वाल्मीकि जयंती 
31.   Sharad Purnima – शरद पूर्णिमा
32.   Karva Chauth – करवा चौथ 
33.   Dev Uthani Ekadashi – देव उठनी एकादशी 
34.   Dhanteras – धनतेरस 
35.   Diwali – दिवाली 
36.   Annkut – अन्नकूट
37.   Govardhan Puja – गोवर्धन पूजा 
38.   Bhai Dooj – भाई दूज 
39.   Kartika Purnima – कार्तिक पूर्णिमा छठ पूजा