The festival season of Navaratri is approaching soon! Navratri is a 9-day long festival celebrated with a lot of happiness and fervor. Each day has a unique significance and people celebrate this auspicious festival according to rituals. They celebrate this festival as the victory of good over evil and success of truth over lies. The auspicious festival is celebrated in various ways throughout India. During Navratri, chanting the prayers and invoke goddess Durga is believed that she visits and enlightens your home and blesses your family. People observe the ritualistic fasts to show their devotion to Maa Durga.
Baisakhi is a spring harvest festival usually celebrated every year April 13 and 14. This is one of the special occasions that are celebrated all over India by Hindus and Sikhs. It usually marks the Sikh New Year and an ancient festival of Hindus, which is nothing but the solar New Year. It is the day commemorating the formation of Khalsa Path of warriors under Guru Gobind Singh.