Hindu Festivals Of
India
Makara Sankranthi
Ugadi
Nagapanchami
Nagapanchami
Shivarathri
Dahi Handi
Rakhi
Holi
Ajith
Protects
Victory
Wealth
Long married life
Virtuous children
Knowledge
Courage
Food
Navrathri
In North India – Ram lila is the main
attraction in northern India where the
festival is celebrated the victory ...
• devoted to the worship of the
Goddess Durga.
• Kumari, which signifies the girl
child, is worshipped on the first
day of...
4th-6th day
 the fourth, fifth and sixth day of Navratri are dedicated to the worship of
Lakshmi - the goddess of prosper...
The seventh day is Prayers
are offered Saraswati, the
goddess of art and
knowledge.
Ayudh pooja on 8th day.
And Durga 'yag...
•Called ‘Mahanavami‘
•Kanya puja is performed to worship nine young girls.
•Symbolize 9 forms of goddess Durga.
•Called Du...
Doll Arrangement
Day 1 : Vasu Baras
Day 2 : Dhan Teras
Day 3 : Narak Chaturdashi
Day 4 : Lakshmi Pooja
Day 5 : Bali Paadyami
Day 6: Bhai Duj
Hindu Festivals of India_Apurva
Hindu Festivals of India_Apurva
Hindu Festivals of India_Apurva
Hindu Festivals of India_Apurva
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  1. 1. Hindu Festivals Of India
  2. 2. Makara Sankranthi
  3. 3. Ugadi
  4. 4. Nagapanchami Nagapanchami Shivarathri
  5. 5. Dahi Handi
  6. 6. Rakhi
  7. 7. Holi Ajith
  8. 8. Protects Victory Wealth Long married life Virtuous children Knowledge Courage Food
  9. 9. Navrathri In North India – Ram lila is the main attraction in northern India where the festival is celebrated the victory of Ram over the demon king Ravan. The festival is celebrated the cities and villages with much gusto. Huge effigies of Ravan and his son and brother are set to fire. Enticing firework and huge fair and feasts are organized. It is also an important festival for Sikhs. Some places like Delhi and Punjab, Hindus and Sikhs celebrate the festival together.
  10. 10. • devoted to the worship of the Goddess Durga. • Kumari, which signifies the girl child, is worshipped on the first day of the festival. •Parvati,, is worshipped on the second day •Goddess Kali is worshipped,
  11. 11. 4th-6th day  the fourth, fifth and sixth day of Navratri are dedicated to the worship of Lakshmi - the goddess of prosperity and peace.  Goddess Saraswati is worshipped on the fifth day of Navratri. All the books and other literature materials are gathered in one place and a 'diya' is lit in front of the deity.
  12. 12. The seventh day is Prayers are offered Saraswati, the goddess of art and knowledge. Ayudh pooja on 8th day. And Durga 'yagna' is performed on the eight night. 7th and 8th day
  13. 13. •Called ‘Mahanavami‘ •Kanya puja is performed to worship nine young girls. •Symbolize 9 forms of goddess Durga. •Called Dussehra •Kargas of Madikeri •Effigies are burnt
  14. 14. Doll Arrangement
  15. 15. Day 1 : Vasu Baras Day 2 : Dhan Teras Day 3 : Narak Chaturdashi Day 4 : Lakshmi Pooja Day 5 : Bali Paadyami Day 6: Bhai Duj
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