Harvest Festivals of India

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India is truly an incredible country. All the write-ups, we have been passing through over the years which have let us know about India's incredibility were all truth only. Though, some of us might have not gone for trusting them wholly, but now, after becoming aware of all the eventfulness of India on our own, we also call it Incredible India.

This nation is not only popular for its uniqueness in regards of treasures, historical stories and its being united over diversity. There are much more facts about Indians which rarely being discussed in any high-profiled article or contents. And, these are all about Indians’ joviality and spontaneity through some its eventful festivals. With a proper address towards India’s festivals, here it is said that fiestas are not lacking in India.

Even, each and every month has got something to celebrate. In actual, festivals are the means for bring about happiness in life. Otherwise, in this 21st century what else Jovial is left behind to live with. Human needs humor and delicacy in life to live happily and healthy. And, these can be brought in but only through smile and liveliness.

Thus, Indians find the way of celebrating each and every event of life to be happier and healthy. Let’s talk about one of festivals of India, e.g. Harvest Festivals. Since, we all know, India is an agro-based country. So, people are living on agriculture.

Thus, agriculture is truly an activity to be worshipped and should make out a day for it to be celebrated. And that is why; days like Makar Sankranti and Baishakhi have been scheduled to celebrate harvesting days in India. These two festivals are the most celebrated ones, in all over India.

Different states have given different names to these two festivals, e.g. in Assam, Makar Sankranti, though called as Makar Sankranti only, so in West Bengal also, but Baishakhi is called Rongali Bihu, during this period, people go to paddy field and lit up lights in the midst of field and pray to Goddess Annapurna to continue her kindness over the people on earth. Then, in south India and North-India, it is known as Baishakhi, which is celebrated on first day of Baishakh Month.

Other than these two of harvest festivals in India, there are many more, out of which a list of Indian festivals can be made. And, these are like- Ram Navami, Dusshera, Diwali, Maha Shivratri, Nag Panchmi, and etc etc. These are actually the most popular festivals in India being celebrated by entire nation.

People, here love to live life, not only leading life with any means, is not a proper living. As, human birth is considered as gift from God; so, why not to enjoy each and every activity of life?

Through these ideas, people can hope for more, dream for more and live for years.



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