The Indian festivals
India has a wide range of religions
which promotes to different festivals.
India has the oldest and the richest
culture in the world.
India land of varied culture & traditions,
thus is also called land of festivals.
The Indian festivals are:
(main festival and The festival of lights )
( Festival of colors)
(Festival of the birth of Jesus Christ)
(Festival of good over evil)
( Festival of Muslims)
• 1.Festival of lights.
• 2.It has the most thrilling celebration in the world.
• 3.It was the day when lord ram, after 14 years of exile, came home back
• 4.It is also called the festival of good over evil, light over darkness as
well as truth over falsehood.
• 5. On this day, people worship the goddess lakshmi (goddess of wealth
• 6. People clean and decorate their homes with flowers and lights in the
form of deepaks.
• 7. It is generally celebrated in the month of October or November.
1.Holi festival is the festival of colors.
2.It resembles the starting of the spring season and the end of
3.On this day holika was tried to burn but was protected by a
fire proof dupatta and thus it is celebrated in her resemblance .
4.On this day people enjoy themselves by applying gulaal on
each other and light a fire at night and celebrate.
5. It is generally celebrated in the month of march.
1. It is celebrated as for the day of the birth of
2. On this day, trees are decorated, and milk
and cookies are kept for Santa.
3. It is believed that at 12 in midnight Santa
comes and leave gifts below the decorated tree.
4.It indicates the starting of winter
5. It is generally celebrated in the month
1) Dusshera is celebrated as the day of
Rama's victory over king Ravana, the 10headed demon king of Lanka who had
abducted Rama’s wife, Sita.
2) It is enacted for 10 days to mark the 10-day
battle fought between Rama and Ravana.
3) Dusshera marks the beginning of the
pleasant winter season after the searing
heat of summer.
4) This is also the day to worship the weapons.
5) Every part of the country has its own
specific way of celebrating the victory of
good over evil.
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