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  • 1. INDIAN CELEBRATIONS AND FESTIVALS
  • 2. Christmas
    • Generally the Christians who live in the plains decorate mango or banana trees at Christmas time. Good food is prepared and shared and they visit families.
  • 3. The Dushera
    • On this day in Satya Yug, Ram (the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu), killed the great demon and king of Lanka, Ravana.
  • 4. Ganesh Chaturti
    • The festival of Ganesh Chaturti possess unique regional celebration that is quite diverse according to the geographical regions.
  • 5. Janmashtami
    • Janmashtami is celebrated all over the nation with great reverence and respect. Lord Krishna is the God that is worshipped on this day.
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    • Rakhi celebrations in India are well known for its carnival spirit. It is a celebration in which the sister ties the pious band of affection on the brother’s wrist. The brother then promises love and affection to the sister.
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      • Holi is one of the major festivals of India and is celebrated in most of the states of India. However, each region has its own variations of Holi with a large local influence. It is a happy festival in which all people play with coloured powder and have a good time.