Festivals are important part of everyone life. Festival means doing some special in honour of a particular God or Goddess. In different communities there are different types of festivals. Festivals add sparkles to our life. Festivals bind one another in a country. Festival are generally religious in nature and are celebrated in all religions like Diwali for Hindus, Id for Muslims, Gurupurb for Sikhs, Christmas for Christians and so on. All Hindu festivals have a deep spiritual importance. All great Hindu festivals have religious, social and hygienic essentials in them. In every festival there is bathing in the morning before sunrise. Every individual will have to do Puja, Japa, Prayer, Kirtan, recitation of Mantra and meditation. In India festivals are integral part of every one’s life. Information on different religious festivals is provided in Holydrops.com. This includes how people celebrate different festivals, significance of festivals, legends behind festivals and festivals dates, holy places where these are celebrated etc.


Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is a festival to celebrate the relationship of brother and sister.It is a day when siblings pray for each other’s' well-being and wish for each other’s happiness and...

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Holi

Holi means “festival of colours”. Holi is the festival celebrated in month of spring. In spring month there are flowers all around. Flowers inspire us with hope, joy and new life.It is...

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Deepawali Or Diwali

Diwali is one of the major Indian festivals celebrated all over India. It is most important, eagerly waited and celebrated with high spirits. It is celebrated to honour the victory of good over ev...

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