The jingle bells are ringing, and December is ready to welcome the birth celebration of Lord Jesus Christ. The air is filled with joy and festive mood. Musical programs, plays, prayers are being organized all over. Carols, candy, and cakes are an integral part of the celebration of Christmas. According to the holy bible, Jesus..
Ayodhya is a land of colours and festivals. Diwali is Ayodhya is that time of the year which is joyous and celebratory. Also known as the festival of lights, Deepawali or Diwali is one of the most significant festivals celebrated across the entire country. Diwali marks the homecoming of Lord Rama with his wife Sita..
Dev Deepawali – a celestial happening. Lakhs of illuminated earthen lamps dot the stairs of various Ghats and adjoining majestic palatial buildings with an equal number seen floating gingerly on the holy waters of the River Ganges. There is a strong aroma of incense and sacred chanting of Mantras add a religious fervor to the..
Festival of lights.. !! Very first thing that strikes our mind is Diwali. One of the most important festivals of Hindus celebrated every year during the autumn season. Its spirituality signifies the victory of light over the darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil and hope over despair. The festival is the five-day celebration where..
Hindus across UP celebrate Sharad Navratri. Navratri translates to nine nights of devotion and festivities in honor of Goddess Durga or Shakti. Soon after the culmination of Navratri is the holy occasion Vijay Dashmi, which is also celebrated as Dussehra. Dussehra marks the epic defeat of Ravana by Lord Ram according to the Ramayana. In..