Transition of Sun to Makara rasi (Capricorn). From this day the length of the day begins to increase.
Lohri ( Punjab )
Bhogi (South India)
Kite Flying (Deccan)
Vasant Panchami (Saraswati Pooja):
Fifth day of Magha (Hindu calendar)
Saraswati Puja (W. Bengal)
14th night of the new moon Phalgun (Hindu Calendar)
Bathing Shiva Linga with milk
Full Moon of Phagun. The day Lord Vishnu slayed the demoness Holika to save his devotee Prahalada.
Festival of Colors
Ten day celebration of the Birth of Rama starting from Chaitra Saptami to Bahula Padyami
Celebrating the Birth of Rama
Celebrating the birth of Hanuman
Person representing Hanumam blessing the crowd
Celebrating the Birth of Vyasa and honouring your teacher (Guru).
Celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna on Rohini nakshatra on the 8th day of the waning moon in the month of Bhadrapada.
Celebrating the arrival of Ganesh on the 4th day of the waxing moon in the month of Bhadrapada.
Celebrations for 9 days worshiping each of the 9 forms of Shakti each day. Begins on the new moon day to the 9th moon day in the month of Ashvin. The different forms of Shakti are Durga, goddess beyond reach; Kali, the auspicious power of time; Amba or Jagdamba, mother of the world; Annapurna,giver of food and plenty; Sarvamangala, auspicious goddess; Bhairavi, terrible, fearful, power of death; Chandika or Chandi, violent, wrathful, furious; Lalita, playful; Bhavani, giver of existence; Tara, giver of success in work.
Celebration of good over evil on the 10th day of the waxing moon.
Celebrating the return of Lord Rama from exile on the new moon of Ashvin. Festival starts on the darkest night Amavasya in the calendar month of Ashvin and the start of the new month Kartika.
Honouring Brahma the creator and his creations. This is around a fixed date of September 17th when the Sun transits from Singha (Leo) to Kanya (Virgo)
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