Indian Cultural Festivals


The greatness of a culture, height of humanity and lights of life are blended in the Celebrations


Why we need festivals?


The ultimate aim of festivals are spreading the peace, socializing the people and preserving our traditions and customs. But we, most of the humans always look out some reasons or inspiration to do that festivals celebration, especially in a diversified country like India. So, we Indians takes an inspiration from the religions, languages, legends, geographical locations,  remembrance of events, etc., to celebrate.  Regardless of the day and month, celebrations are taking place in some corner of India. All our traditions, culture, and beliefs are lies in the festivals. Life is about to celebrate the moments. Celebrations are a tool to remove the sick thoughts from our mind. It purifies our soul and helps us to take a break from stressful life. Celebrations emphasize the unity and social relations among people.  

List of National Festivals in India

National Festivals

We all know, India is a culturally diversified country. So, India celebrates various festivals based on the culture, region, language etc.,. but there are some National Festivals, where all the people from India celebrates without any cultural or religious or geographical diversification.

Republic Day : Jan 26
International Workers Day : May 1

Independence Day : August 15

Gandhi Jayanthi : October 2

Teachers Day : September 5

Children day : November 14

Gazzeted  National Public Holidays


Jan 1 : New Year

Jan 26 : Republic day

Apr 9 : Mahaveer Jayanthi

Apr 14 : Good Friday

May 1 : International workers Day

Jun 26 : Ramadan

Aug 15 : Independence Day

Sep 2: Bakrid

Sep 30: Dussera

Oct 1: Muharram

Oct 2: Gandhi Jayanthi

Oct 18: Diwali

Nov 4 : Guru Nanak Jayanthi

Dec 2 : Milad-un-Nabi

Dec 25: Christmas

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