India, the land of varied cultures and tradition, grace numerous festivals.
Be it cultural or religious, it gives everyone an opportunity to enjoy
and embrace ones roots. Festival is the time to rejoice and have fun.
from the socio-cultural changes we all wish to know the roots of these
festivals. We at Bangalinet are in the continuous process of researching
the myths and stories related to these age old festivals and traditions.
and every nation has its own traditions, customs and practices.Many of
these carnivals are celebrated
on the same............more
word "Dhan" means wealth. People and specially the rich community
the yester years, religious-socio-cultural events held great prominence
among the Bengalis .....more
are many memorable religious-socio-cultural occasion
in Bengal which
symbolize our Bengaltradition and culture....more
Other Popular Festivals
Baishakh' is the first day of all business activities in Bengal....more Akshay
Tritiya is the holy day to start a new business .....more
is a land of Festivals. These Festivals are persevered throughout
the year over different parts of the country......more
The Rathyatra is one of the most holy, hugely attended Hindu festival....more
ISKCON's Rath Yatra started in the year 1972........
feeling of brotherhood. Its takes place in the month
Puja is the most important festival of Bengalis. The festive spirit
Puja and ....more
Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth is worshipped just after DurgaPuja.....more
Puja is performed
on a new moon night. As Kali is associated with dark rites....more
Diwali is the festival of lights. Bengal
celebrates Kali Puja, the rest of India enjoys
Dol / Holi
the festival of colours. It is also a celebration of the triumph of the
Saraswati was a water deity and was revered for purifying....more