There is a huge list of Indian festivals that are celebrated by people in India. It is a well known fact that India is a secular country and it is a home for many religions. Each religion has at least 9 – 10 festivals celebrated every year. Apart from these religious festivals, people also celebrate historic days in Indian history as Indian National Festivals. The national festivals such as Independence day, Republic Day, May day are celebrated across the country. Other popular festivals such as Makara Snakranti, Diwali, Holi, New year, Dussera, Ramzan, Christmas, Budh Poornima, Mahveer Jayanti are also observed.

Maha Shivaratri

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Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honour of the god Shiva.

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Janmashtami

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Krishna Janmaashtami is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of

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Onam

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Onam is the largest festival in the Indian state of

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Ugadi

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The people of Maharashtra term the same festival, observed on

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Rama Navami

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Sri Rama Navami is a Hindu festival, celebrating the birth

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Makara Sankrati

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Sankranthi marks the transition of the Sun into Makara rashi

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Buddha Jayanthi

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Buddha Jayanti, also known as Buddha Purnima, celebrates the birthday

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Kumbh Mela

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Kumbha Mela is the largest gathering anywhere in the world

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Dasara

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Dussehra is celebrated all over India to mark the defeat

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Raksha Bandhan

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Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is a festival primarily observed in

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