Indian Food & Festivals
Diwali – History, Significance, How to celebrate
Durga Puja and Dussehra are the most popular festivals in India. It is a Hindu festival, which is celebrated all over India.
Janmastami is the birthday of Lord Krishna, the re-incarnation of Lord Vishnu who gave us the vital message of Bhagwad Gita – the guiding principles for every Hindu (for every human being – in my opinion).
Track Names: 0:09 Sun Le Naag Raja (Bhai Ho To Aisa) 6:07 Sapera Bin Bajayega (Aurat Teri Yehi Kahani) 10:49 Hum To Aaye Hai Tere Dwar (Naag Champa) 16:18 O Naag Raja (Raksha Bandhan) 16:18 Ruk Jaao Naag Devta (Balak Dhruv) 20:21 Naag Champa (Naag Champa) 29:13 Bin Baja Bin Baja (Naag Champa) Nag Panchami […]
The birthday of Lord Rama, the celebrated hero of the famous epic, ‘Ramayana‘, is enthusiastically celebrated on the ninth day of the waxing moon in the month of Chaitra (Hindu calender), all over India. Lord Vishnu is worshipped in his human incarnation as Rama, the divine ruler of Ayodhya. Celebrations begin with a prayer to […]
Holi festival celebrates the arrival of spring with its vibrant colors and lively weather. While Holi is quite popular and celebrated all over India, it has some regional names too. Some of the regional names are: Rang-panchami in Maharastra Lathi-maar Holi in Barsaana (Mathura, UP) Dulandi Holi in Haryana Hola Mohalla in Punjab Phagawa in […]
Basant Panchami marks the arrival of spring season in Indian sub-continent; and is celebrated by all but more so by student community.
Diwali – the festival of lights – can not be complete without elaborate arrangements for lighting our places.
Ganesh Chaturthi also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi is one of the important Hindu festivals celebrated throughout India with a great devotion. This day is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Ganesh is the symbol of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune. More….