| EVENTS NAME
| Maha Shivaratri
|Maha Shivaratri is an important Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Shiva. To commemorate the auspicious day of Maha Shivratri, devotees of Lord Shiva observe a day-long fast, stay up all night, and perform puja during Nishita Kaal.
| Hindi New Year
|The Hindu New Year
| Holika Dahan
|Holika dahan is a Hindu goddess. On the eve of Holi, The ceremony represents the triumph of good over bad. This is a festival honoring the Hindu god Vishnu and his devotee Prahlada, which celebrates the victory of good over bad.
|Holi is a Hindu festival that celebrates the coming of spring and the victory of good over bad.
| Ugadi / Gudi Padwa / Telugu New Year
|Gudi Padwa is a famous Maharashtra cultural festival that takes place in the spring. This festival celebrates at the start of a new year.
| Vaisakhi / Baisakhi / Vishu
|An annual Sikh festival commemorating Gobind Singh's establishment of the Khalsa Order in 1699.
| Tamil New Year
|Its Tamil New Year
| Bengali New Year / Bihu
|Magh Bihu, Bhogali Bihu or Maghar Domahi is a harvest festival celebrated in Assam and marks the end of the harvesting season in the region
|To celebrates the birthday of Rama, the seventh avatar of the god Vishnu.
| Hanuman Jayanti
|Hanuman Jayanti is a Hindu religious festival that celebrates the birth of Hindu God Hanuman,
| Akshaya Tritiya
|The festival of Akshaya Tritiya is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. Devotees pray to Lord Vishnu for good fortune in their lives.
| Savitri Pooja
|The festival is named after Vat Savitri, the Sanskrit word for a Banyan tree, and Savitri, the woman who battled death to bring her husband back to life.
| Puri Rath Yatra
|The festival of Puri Rath Yatra is dedicated to Lord Jagannath, who is considered one of the personation of Lord Vishnu. Rath Yatra, also known as Jagannath Rath Yatra, is an important festival of Hindus that takes place every year at the popular Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odisha.
| Guru Purnima
|Every year on the full moon day of the Hindu calendar's Shakha Samavat, commemorate. Thousands of devotees worship and praise their spiritual gurus for enlightenment at this festival, which honors the goodness of spiritual gurus and teachers.
| Nag Panchami
|Nag Panchami is a Hindu festival commemorating the worship of snakes.
| Varalakshmi Vrat
|In the month of Shravana, the Vara MahaLakshmi Vrata is observed on the Second Friday, or the Friday before the day of the full moon, Poornima. a festival dedicated to the goddess Lakshmi.
| Raksha Bandhan
|This festival honors a brother's love for his sister and is held on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Sravana (July/August).
| Krishna Janmashtami
|To celebrates the birthday of Krishna, the eighth avatar of the god Vishnu.
| Ganesh Chaturthi
|The birth of Lord Ganesha, the God of new beginnings and a fresh start, is commemorated on this day every year.
| Vishwakarma Puja
|On this day, factories and machines are worshipped; on this day, one should treat their tools with reverence and worship them; on this day, you should avoid using tools and instead worship and clean them.
|Onam is a traditional Hindu festival in Kerala that commemorates the harvest of rice.
| Mahalaya Amavasya
|On the day of Mahalaya, the goddess Durga is said to have arrived on Earth.
| Navaratri begins
|Navratri is a Hindu festival that lasts for nine nights and ten days and is celebrated every year in autumn. It is celebrated for various reasons in a different ways in different parts of the Indian cultural sphere.
| Navaratri ends / Maha Navami
|Durga Navami commemorates the victory of good over evil. The goddess Durga and the demon Mahishasura are fighting for the last time on this day
|Dussehra, also known as Dasara or Vijayadashami, is a festival commemorating Rama's victory over Ravana, the demon king with ten heads.
| Sharad Purnima
|This day is dedicated to Goddess Laxmi, who is also known as the Goddess of Abundance and Prosperity.
| Karwa Chauth
|Married women fast from sunrise to moonrise on Karwa Chauth, particularly in North India, for their husbands protection and their long life
| Dhan Teras
|On this day, the god of money, Kuber, is worshipped. Dhanteras is the first day of the five-day Diwali festival, when people buy gold, silver, automobiles, utensils, property, and other valuables.
|This is a festival of fresh starts, of good won over evil, and of light won over darkness.
| Bhai Dooj
|Sisters pray to Yamraj for their brothers long life and happiness on this day. Bhai Dooj is a Hindu festival that honors the bond that exists between brothers and sisters, bhai_dooj, bhai_dooj
| Chhath Puja
|The festival of Chhath Puja honors the Sun God Surya and his wife Usha, also known as Chhathi Maiya. People thank Lord Surya during Chhath Puja.
| Kartik Poornima
|Lord Shiva is said to have killed the three demons Vidyunmali, Tarakaksha, and Viryavana on this day, according to Hindu legend. The day is also known as God's Diwali.
| Geeta Jayanti
|The Bhagvad Gita, Hinduism's holy book, celebrates its birthday on Gita Jayanti. On the Shukla Ekadashi, it is commemorated.
| Dhanu Sankranti
|For Vishnu devotees, Dhanu Sankranti is a significant day. Taking a dip in the holy rivers cleanses a person of his or her sins, and worshiping the Sun God is thought to be highly helpful.