Holi is one of the famous festivals of India. But there are some others too. So let's know about Ahoi Ashtami here in this article. Ahoi Ashtami, 2020:Ahoi Ashtami is a festival that happens eight days before Dewali and mothers fast on this day and pray for the health and well being of their children. This day is known as Ahoi Aathe. Because it is the eighth day of the lunar month, and Aathe means eight in the Hindi language. In 2020, it will happen on Sunday, 8 November 2020. Let's know more details about it. When people celebrate Ahoi Ashtami: It happens every year in the month of … [Read more...]
Our purpose is to talk about every bit of the Holi festival. Although we also want to know about other festivals people are interested to learn about. So that we can work to inform people about the other famous festivals around the world. So don't forget to write back to us about the events listed under this category.
We also encourage you if you can write to us about those festivals that are not listed here. We hope you will write back to us soon. Till then, Happy Holi to you all!
Durga Puja is another religious event of the Hindu community the same as Holi. In India, people celebrate both events with the utmost energy. Durga Puja is more significant in Assam, West Bengal, and most preciously in Kolkata. Let's know all about these two occasions here. Holi and Durga Puja in 2020:Holi will be on March 9 and 10 in 2020, whereas Durga Puja will be from October 22 to 26 in 2020. While Holi is the festival of colors, the Durga Puja is the festival to celebrate the powers of Goddess Durga.Know all about Holi here. And for Durga Puja, read this article till the … [Read more...]
India is a land of religious festivals, especially for the Hindu community. Because Hindu are in the majority here, and also most of them live here. So they make sure to make all their festivals fantastic. The same enthusiasm is for Ganesh Chaturthi as it is for Holi. So let's learn all about their similarities and differences here in this article. Holi and Ganesh Chaturthi in 2020:Holi will be on the 9th and 10th of March in 2020. Whereas Ganesh Chaturthi will be on August 22 that is the final day of 11 days long celebrations. Holi is a new beginning when the winter ends, and spring is … [Read more...]
The festival of colors and the festival of lights, both are the most significant celebrations in Hinduism. People gather, offer prayers, and celebrate the win of good over bad. If you are in India, you are grown up enjoying both no matter which part of the country you are from. If you are a traveler, both are the best occasions to visit India. And also, if you want to know the Hindu culture in a short time, Holi or Dewali, or both of them are must-attend events. Learn more about both festivities here in this article. Holi and Dewali in 2020:The Holi will come on 9th and 10th March, … [Read more...]