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On the fifth day of the dark half of Phalgun the feast of Color is celebrated. The festival marks the end of the year according to the Indian calendar, and the spirit of festivity is alive in every Hindu household.
Baisakhi is a harvest festival which is celebrated on the thirteenth day of April according to the solar calendar. This day marks the beginning of the Hindu solar new year.
Ram Navami is a festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Rama. Rama Navami falls on the ninth day of a Hindu lunar year or Chaitra Masa Sukla paksha Navami, which usually falls in March or April.
It marks the birthday of Mahavira, founder of the modern Jain religion and the last in the galaxy of 24 Teerthankaras (Jain Prophets). He was born on the 13th day of the rising moon of Chaitra, in either 599 BC or 615 BC.\r\n
In the month of Chaitra, Hanumanji (the monkey god widely venerated throughout India), was born on Chaitra Poornima. Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Hanuman Ji.\r\n
Baisakhi is a harvest festival which is celebrated on the thirteenth day of April according to the solar calendar. This day marks the beginning of the Hindu solar new year.\r\n
Buddha Poornima also known as Buddha Jayanti is the most sacred festivals of Buddhist. Buddha Poornima is celebrated in remembrance Lord Buddha. It falls on the full moon night in Vaisakha (according to the Hindu calendar that usually falls in April or May).\r\n
Shravan months third day of Shukla-paksha is celebrated as Shravani Teej. But mostly people know it by the name of Hariyali teej. This is mainly a women festival. It is also known by the name of Singhara teej in few places. Hariyali Teej (Singhara Teej) is most widely celebrated in Rajasthan and in Northern India.\r\n
On the fifth day of the bright half of Shravan month of Hindu calendar, people worship the snake or nag. Once Young Krishna was playing with the other cowboys, when suddenly the ball got entangled in the high branch of a tree. Krishna volunteered to climb the tree and fetch the ball.\r\n