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India is often described as a land of many religions and languages, but it might as well be described as a land of festivals. Some festivals are observed throughout the country; others have specific regional associations. India celebrates holidays and festivals of almost all the faiths in the world.
Published 10-Oct-2014 20:02 IST
Festivals of India are celebrated throughout the country with great spirit and devotion. This festival reflects the traditional spirit and culture of the people of India. Religious festivals are celebrated by various communities living together in India. Also India is home to numerous religious, cultural and spiritual fairs and festivals. But there are some very popular festivals which are well known and are celebrated by Indians all over the world. Holi and Diwali are few of the most famous festivals in India.More
Published 10-Oct-2014 20:23 IST
There are around 30 million deities in Hindu culture. The Hindu calender is replete with festivals of birth or establishments of some of the deities. Celebration of these festivals has been an inevitable part of Indian culture. It doesn't matter which religion a person belongs to as far as they want to be a part of the celebration.
Published 26-Aug-2014 20:10 IST
There are around 30 million deities in Hindu culture. The Hindu calender is replete with festivals of birth or establishments of some of the deities.
Published 20-Jun-2014 12:27 IST

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