The Top 10 Most Popular Festivals Celebrated All Across India


 Know about India’s rich diversified festivals culture and rituals. Understand the importance of worshipping The Almighty with full devotion and divine gifts from the puja saman store.

Religious festivals, occasions, cultural gatherings form a huge part of Indian tradition. India being home to people from various cultures, heritage, and religion, you will always find the citizens celebrating different festivals with much enthusiasm and excitement. Each puja has its own significance and devotees indulge in puja shopping online to buy divine gift items to devote it to the Almighty. 

Among the many rituals and festivals, we are going to highlight the top 10 important ones where the whole country rejoices and makes merry. 

1. Maha Shivratri 2021:-

Essentially a Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Shiva, Maha Shivratri this year falls on the 11th of March. It marks the day when Mahadev saved the world by drinking poison that emerged from the ocean during Samudra manthan.  Devotees offer prayer with puja thali items to the Lord and listen to religious hymns, chant mantras, and keep a vrat. 

2. Chaitra Navratri 2021:- 

The religious festival will begin on 13th April and end on 22nd April that will uphold the supremacy of Goddess Durga in her nine avatars. The last day of Chaitra Navratri marks the birth of Lord Ram and hence popularly known as Ram Navami. Devotees perform sadhanas, keep away from non-vegetarian food and worship her to gain her divine blessings. 

3. Buddha Purnima 2021:- 

The festival marks the birth of Gautum Budha who is the founder of Buddhism. This year Buddha Purnima falls on 26th May, a full moon night. Pilgrims and followers of the religion all gather at  Bodh Gaya for Buddha Purnima celebrations.

4. Raksha Bandhan 2021:-

 A special festival that celebrates the bond of love and respect between brothers and sisters, Rakhi falls on 22nd April. Brothers vow to protect their sisters from any kind of difficulty and sisters pray for their long life. Today friends tie Rakhi on each other’s wrist so as to prove their true friendship and a promise to live through the thick and thin of life. 

5. Shri Krishna Janmashtami 2021:

The birth of Lord Krishna is definitely a major occasion and everyone all across the world celebrate it with much fervor. He is the eighth avatars of Lord Vishnu and also left a major impact on the people through his words of wisdom and preachings.  This festival is remarkable for its Dahi Handi competition and also the colorful processions where devotees take part. 

6. Ganesh Chaturthi 2021:- 

This year Ganesh Chaturthi festival falls on 10th September. Ganesh Ji is known as the reliever of all obstacles and worries from everyone’s lives. Devotees indulge in purchasing spiritual gold plated Ganesh idols, from reputed online puja samagri stores. He is the God of knowledge and brings stability and also, order to the universe. Therefore during the puja, chanting of the Ganesh mantra holds high significance.

7. Durga Puja, and Navratri  2021:

This year, Navratri will begin on October 7 and ends on October 15. The last day of the festival is Dussehra which signifies the win of good over evil. Durga Puja also coincides with Navratri and is especially prominent in West Bengal. Devi Durga along with her daughters and also, sons are religiously worshipped. 

8. Karwa Chauth 2021:– 

On 24th October, the special occasion of Karva Chauth befalls. The ritual celebrates the bond between a husband and wife where the latter keeps a fast the entire day for the well being of her husband. Later she performs a puja and breaks the fast later at night after seeing the moon. 

9. Diwali 2021:-

The festival of light needs no special introduction. It is one of the primary occasions where everyone participates. Shopping for Diwali puja kits, diyas and lights is a common affair. The worshipping of Goddess Lakshmi is an integral part of where devotees pray for prosperity and also, success in life. 

10. Chhath Puja 2021:-

This year Chathh puja is on 10th November and also, spans over a 4-day span. Devotees worship the Sun God and refrain from consuming food items for 36 long hours, not even water. Old folk songs, spiritual hymns are a common part of the tradition. 

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