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A Brief Introduction
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avidya(ignorance) and maya (self deception)
Hinduism is a celebratory religion
The motive: Festivals keep us close to Gods,
invigorate our household and renew our
Festivals signify victory of good over evil.
Every month of Hindu calendar has atleast one
significant festival. Each festival has regional
Celebration of diversity.
Birthday of Lord Rama, the prince of Ayodhya, and his coronation as a king.
Birthday of Buddha,
the founder of Buddhism
Birthday of Mahavira,
the founder of Jainism
Symbolizes the love between
brother and sister.
Birthday of Lord Krishna,
favorite lovable God of many :)
Birthday of the elephant God,
A nine day celebration signifying
the victory of Mother Durga
over the evil demon King
Deepavali: The festival of lights
Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti
Birthday of Guru Gobind
Singh, one of the Sikh Gurus
Celebration of the
Holi, the festival of colors
commemorating the victory of
Lord Krishna over the demonHolika
Birthday of Lord Shiva