The Celebrations, and Festival Filled Lifestyle Of Indians

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Publish Date : 2020-07-17 11:40:07

The Celebrations, and Festival Filled Lifestyle Of Indians

India is the divine land of Gods and a country full of different cultures, languages, rituals, and festivals. From the extreme north to the extreme south and the extreme east to the extreme west, there are festivals and celebrations throughout the year.

Celebrations and festivals are part of the lifestyle of Indians. People here believe that their roots are connected to the mythological stories, and every single story is a true fact. And most of the festivals also originated from the mythological events. Like Dipawali/Diwali is observed as the home-coming of Lord Ram with his wife Goddess Sita after defeating the Ravana in Sri Lanka. That day, people of Ayodhya lit up thousands of Diyas to welcome their beloved Lord Rama. Another festival belongs to Lord Rama and Ravana which is Dussehra. It was the day when Lord Rama killed Ravana and the day is celebrated to mark the win of GOOD over EVIL.

India is home to many different languages like Punaji, Hindi, Tamil, Urdu, Bengali, Gujarati, and many more regional languages. And there are festivals related to every language.

Here is a list of state-wise festivals of India. And they are not even half of all Indian festivals.



List of Indian Festivals

Andhra Pradesh

Bhishma Ekadasi, Deccan Festival, Pitr, Brahmotsavam

Arunachal Pradesh

Pongtu, Losar


Bhogali Bihu


Chhath Puja


Maghi Purnima, Bastar


Carnival, Sunburn festival


Navratri, Janmashtami, Kutch Utsav

Himachal Pradesh

Rakhadumni, Gochi Festival


Baisakhi, Surajkund Mela

Jammu and Kashmir

Har Navami, Chhari, Bahu Mela


Karam Utsav, Holi


Mysore Dasara, Ugadi


Onam, Vishu

Madhya Pradesh

Lokrang utsav, Diwali


Nongkrem festival, Khasis festival


Ganesh Utsav, Gudi Padva




Chapchar Kut Festival


Hornbill festival


Rath Yatra, Raja Parba


Lohri, Baisakhi


Gangaur, Teej


Losar, Saga Dawa

Tamil Nadu



Bonalu, Bathukamma


Kharchi Puja

West Bengal

Durga Puja


Ganga Dussehra, Kumbh Mela

Uttar Pradesh

Ram Navmi, Ganga Mahotsav, Navaratri


And festivals like Holi, Diwali, Raksha Bandhan, and Karva Chauth are celebrated by most of the Indians. All the four festivals mentioned in the previous line witness a huge footfall in the markets and people today also shop for the celebrations online. People buy herbal colours for Holi, designer diyas and rangoli colours for Diwali, silver rakhi online from an online rakhi shop for Raksha Bandhan, and jewellery and new sarees and suits for Karva Chauth.

Festivity runs in the veins of Indians. There is no other country in the world which can surpass India in terms of festivals and festivity-filled lifestyle of Indians. And when it comes to celebrating the festivals, there are different ways and different traditions in different communities. Indians also love to spend a hefty amount for prepping up for the celebrations.

All the festivals have some meaning, and the traditions are both weird and different. The only way to indulge in the celebrations is to witness the festivals.

Indians can even turn small happy moments in festivals with their quality of celebrating things grandly.


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