What are Indian festivals? | Why Indian festivals are celebrated?


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What are Indian festivals? | Why Indian festivals are celebrated?

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The Indian festivals are related to nature mainly Uttarakhand festivals such as-

1-  Harela Festival-The Harela Festival celebrated in the month of Shravan (between July-August) i.e. Karksakranti.  Harela Festival celebrated to pray the god for greenery and it is based on agricultural activities.

2-  Baisakhi- Baisakhi festival is mainly celebrated in Punjab (Sikh mainly celebrate Baisakhi Festival). Baisakhi is celebrated when the crops are harvested in a good amount. So, we said thanks to god because our crops are harvested in a good manner.

3-  Ganesh Chaturthi- Ganesha Chaturthi is one of the favorite festivals of Hindu religion, this festival celebrates the birth anniversary of Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati the devotees of Lord Ganesha believes that he blesses them with wisdom and prosperity people celebrate this festival every year the festival starts on Shukla Chaturthi which is the 4th day of the waxing moon period and ends on theWhat are Indian festivals? | Why Indian festivals are celebrated? fourteenth day of the waxing moon period which is known as Anantha chato deshi a clay statue of Ganesha is brought at home on chat ortea people offer Modoc durva grass coconut and red glass to Lord Ganesha people pray to Lord Ganesha for wisdom and prosperity they do Aarti and sing devotional songs during this festival the nashville the surgeon is also an important part of the festival and is performed on 11 day means on Ananta chatter - in the idol of Lord Ganesha is immersed in water of the sea river or lake during Ganesh resurgence a huge crowd of people can be seen for garnish with surgeon especially in Mumbai and Pune people dance and sing during this procession people can be heard saying Ganpati Bappa Morya porch over Cee Lo Korea which means Oh Lord Ganesha please come early next year.

So, we see some festivals that are related to nature and agricultural activities. And there are many festivals in India which are so good and belong to nature.

 

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