|It is a harvest festival in northern India, which is celebrated by Hindu and Sikh communities in Punjab. In the evening, people sang and danced around the campfire to celebrate the harvest of winter crops.
|This day is to commemorate the birth of the Indian Constitution. On January 26, 1950, the Indian Constitution came into force, announcing the establishment of the Republic of India, and designated this day as Republic Day. On this day, India will hold a grand military parade and parade.
|Unlike ordinary festive festivals, the atmosphere of the Shiva Festival is more serious, and commemorative activities are held in the evening. The believers stayed at Shiva Temple all night, fasting, meditating, and meditating.
|The red sprinkling festival, also known as the Huli Festival and the Color Festival, will be joined by the whole people. The night before the festival, people lit bonfires to celebrate the destruction of the devil Hulika and welcome the arrival of spring.
|Good Friday is a festival published in the Gazette in India. It is to commemorate the last hours of Jesus’ life, his suffering, and his death.
|This is a Hindu festival to celebrate the birth of Rama. Rama, the first son of King Dasalata and Queen Kosari of Ayodhya, is considered the seventh incarnation of Vishnu, the Hindu god.
|During the announced holiday, government offices and most enterprises are closed, so people can take a day off.
|Eid al-Fitr generally lasts for three days, during which Muslims will worship in the mosque. People also need to clean the courtyard, bathe and change clothes, then visit relatives and friends, give gifts to each other, and prepare rich food to enjoy.
|Vesak Day is a Buddhist festival commemorating the birth, enlightenment, and death of Sakyamuni.
|Eid al-Adha is a festival commemorating the prophet Ibrahim’s sacrifice of his son to show his obedience to God. On the same day, Muslims went to the mosque to attend the ceremony first and then slaughtered the animals. After the slaughtering ceremony, they visited relatives and friends and entertain guests.
|On August 15, 1947, India got rid of British colonialism and became a sovereign country. On this day, the Indian capital New Delhi will hold a large-scale military band performance, and the Indian Prime Minister will deliver a television speech.
|This is the official holiday in India, marking the beginning of the Islamic Year. This is the rest day for many workers in India.
|This is one of the most important Hindu festivals, celebrating the birth of Krishna (the eighth incarnation of Vishnu).
|Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti
|Gandhi’s birthday is a national holiday in India. Gandhi is the leader of the National Liberation Movement of India and the leader of the National Congress Party of India, and is honored as “Mahatma”.
|It is a major national festival in India. It lasts for 10 days and is designed to celebrate Rama’s victory over the ten demons.
|Milad Un Nabi
|Many Muslims in India are celebrating the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad, which is a gazetted holiday in India. People will discuss and celebrate the birth of the prophet Muhammad and his teachings.
|Also known as the Lantern Festival, the Indian Lantern Festival, and the Demon Slaughtering Festival, it is a festival for Hinduism, Sikhism, and Jainism to “drive away the darkness with light and defeat evil with goodness”.
|Guru Nanak Jayanti
|This is a public holiday, and
It is a rest day for the general public. Schools and most enterprises are closed.
|Christmas comes from Christianity. When Christmas comes, Christians in India will celebrate in their own way.