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In 2020 Fastivals in india


I have given below the complete information of the upcoming festival for you. Written in good and simple language you will find in the good Information of a festival given below.

1.Teej


Teej is a generic name for a number of Hindu festivals that are celebrated by women in many states of India and by Khas women of Nepal. Haryali Teej and Hartalika Teej welcome the monsoon season and are celebrated primarily by girls and women, with songs, dancing and prayer rituals. Celebrations wearing colorful dress maxima people using red because red is a symbol of love DateJuly/August/September Also called: Monsoon Festival/Dedicated to Goddess Parvati Observed by: Hindu women

2. Rakshabandhan 


 Rakshabandhan is a well known festival of India.It is also called the festival of rakhi.Every girl with a brother cherish this day.It's a wonderful for those who loves their brother so much.Raksha means protection and Bandhan means bond. It's called bond of protection. On this day, sister prays for safety, Good health and wealth of her brother. On this Occasion sister ties a special thread on her brother 's wrist. A brother in return takes a long life vow to protect her sister. The brother also in returns gives her sweets and blesses her with good wishes. This festival reflects The Bond of affection, Love, Care of the relation between brother and sister.

3.Janmashtami 



The two-day Sri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations will be held with pomp and grandeur at Sri Krishna Mutt on August 23 and 24.Speaking to the media persons, Palimaru Mutt seer Vidyadheesha Theertha Swami said that Sri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations would be held at Mutt on August 23 and Vittala Pindi or ‘Mosaru Kudike’ festival on August 24.The ritual ‘Arghyapradanam’ (offering of milk and holy water along with ‘Bilvapatra’) offered to the clay idol of Lord Sri Krishna inside the sanctum sanctorum of Sri Krishna Mutt will be held at 12.12 am on August 24.The celebrations will comprise ‘Muddu Krishna’ competition for various age group kids and tiger dance competition.

4.Independence Day

Independence Day is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence of the United States, on July 4, 1776. The Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American colonies were no longer subject (and subordinate) to the monarch of Britain, King George III, and were now united, free, and independent states.The Congress had voted to declare independence two days earlier, on July 2, but it was not declared until July 4.Independence Day is commonly associated.
 with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, political speeches, and ceremonies, in addition to various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States. Independence Day is the national day of the United States.
5.Onam 


Onam is celebrated to honour the home-coming of a mythical-demon king Mahabali. Mahabali was a demon but he was known for being generous and kind-hearted. Gods were very insecure about the popularity of the demon king and so, they asked help from Lord Vishnu. As, Mahabali worshipped Lord Vishnu so, Vishnu told Gods that he would aid them but did not involve in a battle with Mahabali.
Lord Vishnu transformed into a poor dwarf Brahmin called Vamana and went to Mahabali's kingdoms, asking for three wishes. He asked Mahabali for property right over a piece of land which measured 'three paces'. Mahabali agreed to fulfil Vamana's desire.

6.Ganesh Chaturthi



Ganesh Chaturthi commemorates the birthday of Lord Ganesh. On this day, beautiful handcrafted idols of the Lord are installed both in homes and in public. Prana Pratishtha is performed to invoke the power of the deity into the idol, followed by a 16 step ritual known as Shodashopachara PujaDuring the ritual, various offerings including sweets, coconuts, and flowers are made to the idol. The ritual should be performed at an auspicious time around midday, known as Madhyahna, when Lord Ganesh is believed to have been born. 
The idols of Lord Ganesh are worshiped every day, with an aarti in the evening. The largest Ganesh statues, on display to the public, are usually taken out and immersed in water on Anant Chaturdashi. However, many people who keep an idol in their homes carry out the immersion much before this.
7.Navratri 

 Garba happens at night in villages and neighborhoods all around Gujarat, so just step outside and follow the booming garba music. Vadodara is considered the cultural capital of Gujarat, and the most sought after location for celebrating Navratri. Try to visit at least one village garba too, for a range of experience.Religiou pilgrimage during this festival focuses mainly in the Shakti Peethas: Ambaji, Pavagadh and Bahuchraji near Mehsana.
 There are also major celebrations in temples such as Ashapura Mata-no-Madh in Kutch, Khodiyar Mandir near Bhavnagar, and Chamunda Mata Mandir at Chotila on the Ahmedabad-Rajkot National Highway.
 Navratri is celebrated for nine nights, beginning on the first day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month Ashwin, roughly corresponding to dates in the Gregorian calendar in September/October. This also usually coincides with the end of the rainy season. Dasara/Vijayadashami, is the tenth day of Ashwin.


8.Durga Puja 


Durga Puja is a Hindu celebration of the Mother Goddess and the victory of the revered warrior Goddess Durga over the evil buffalo demon Mahishasura. The festival honors the powerful female force (shakti) in the Universe.

The dates of the festival are determined according to the lunar calendar. Durga Puja is celebrated during the last five days of Navaratri and Dussehra. In 2020, Durga Puja takes place from October 22 to October 26.

Durga Puja is celebrated in West Bengal, particularly in the city of Kolkata. It's the biggest and most important occasion of the year there.

9.Dussehra


Vijayadaśamī, pronounced also known as Dussehra, Dasara or Dashain is a major Hindu festival celebrated at the end of Navaratri every year. It is observed on the tenth day in the Hindu calendar month of Ashvin or Kartik, the sixth and seventh month of the Hindu Luni-Solar Calendar respectively, which typically falls in the Gregorian months of September and October.

10.Camel Fair




The Pushkar Fair, also called the Pushkar Camel Fair or locally as Kartik Mela or Pushkar ka Mela is an annual multi-day livestock fair and cultural  held in the town of Pushkar (Rajasthan, India).
 The fair starts with the Hindu calendar month of Kartik and ends on the Kartik Purnima, which typically overlaps with late October and early November in the Gregorian calendar.In 1998, over 1 million visitors came to Pushkar throughout the year.The Pushkar fair alone attracts over 200,000 visitors.

11.Diwali


During the Diwali people wear their finest clothes, illuminate the interior and exterior of their homes with diyas (oil lamps or candles), offer puja (worship) to Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity and wealth, light fireworks, and partake in family feasts, where mithai (sweets) and gifts are shareCelebrationsDiya and lighting, home decorati.Related toGalungan, Diwali (Jainism), Bandi Observed byHindus, Jains, Sikhs, and some ...Also calledDipawali.

12.Christmas 


Christmas (or Feast of the Nativity) is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world.

A feast central to the Christian liturgical year, it is preceded by the season of Advent or the Nativity Fast and initiates the season of Christmastide, which historically in the West lasts twelve days and culminates on Twelfth Night; in some traditions, Christmastide includes an octave. 

Christmas Day is a public holiday in many of the world's nations, is celebrated religiously by a majority of Christians, as well as culturally by many non-Christians, and forms an integral part of the holiday season centered around it.