Why festivals are celebrated ?

India is a diverse country with communities of different religion. A Festival is a special day of celebration associated with a respective religion/nation. Festivals are celebrated every year. Every festival has its own importance. They have their own goodwill. There are religious and national festivals. Festivals are celebrated with great zeal and harmony maintained in the surroundings.

Festivals are not only celebration but to have varied rituals and beliefs. Every festival is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and religious fervor. Every festival celebration of India has its own significance with varied rituals and prayers. The Indians celebrate various festivals such as Durga Puja, Diwali, Raksha Bandhan,  Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-ul-Zuha,Muharram,Christmas, Guru Nanak’s birth day, Buddha Purnima, Mahavir Jayanati and many more.Festivals promotes national integration in the country.

Festivals has a social and cultural importance celebrated  by Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Jains or Sikhs. These festivals promotes unity in diversity. They creates a sense of cultural unity/ brotherhood. They propagate truth and purity among people.  People gives blessings and gifts to each other to celebrate festivals together.

Festivals enhanced lives with our families and society. These gives legends, awareness, traditions to facilitates frrom one generation to another. They promotes the rich cultural heritage of the people. They brings prosperity and positivity among the people. They have their own unique glory.


Emphasis on religion and traditions.

Contributes harmony.

Preserving our culture and heritage.

Cultural views and celebrations.

Gathering and sparing time with family members and community.

Increased Happiness.

Promotes unity among people.

Special Dishes being prepared.


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by  Dewcool  and  Zainab


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