The almighty Lord Shiva is worshipped by his Hindu adherents in the form of various festivals.
Papmochani Ekadashi is another Hindu Ekadashi festival celebrated in honor of Lord Vishnu.
Vijaya Ekadashi is among the 24 Ekadashi falls in a year.
Ekadashi is an important day for the Hindu community, is the eleventh lunar day of each of the two lunar phases- “Shukla Paksha” and “Krishna Paksha.”
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.
“Kalashtami”, though the festive name sounds terrific, it has undeniable significance in Hinduism.
Pradosh Vrat is an auspicious Hindu celebration that falls in Pradosh Kal, dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Laxmi puja is an auspicious Hindu festival dedicated to Goddess Laxmi- the goddess of wealth and the wife of Lord Vishnu.
“Janmashtami” is the auspicious celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna.