Maha Sasthi, the 6th day of the most significant Indian festival- Durga puja, is observed broadly in India, especially in West Bengal and Odissa.
Each Hindu month comes with different significant traits, starting from Vaishakh to Chaitra.
Shravan or Sawan denotes the beginning of the monsoon in India.
Along with Maha Shivaratri, devotees dedicated another grand festival to the mighty Lord Shiva- Masik Shivaratri.
Kajari Teej is one of the three Teej festivals- Hartalika Teej, Kajari Teej, and Haryali Teej observed by women.
Indian is the land of diverse festivals and celebrations, various cultures, and traditions.
Varalakshmi Vrat is one of the favored Hindu festivals to appease the goddess Lakshmi, consort of Lord Vishnu.
Makar Sankranti or Maghi is an auspicious Hindu festival that falls on the lunar month of Magh (January/ February).
“Kalashtami”, though the festive name sounds terrific, it has undeniable significance in Hinduism.
Ekadashi is one of the most auspicious and significant days in Hinduism.