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Tulsi Vivah is an auspicious Hindu festival commemorating Lord Vishnu's marriage to the Tulsi (Basil) vine. Lord Vishnu considers the Tulsi plant to be an embodiment of Goddess Lakshmi, and it is considered sacred and dear to him. The Hindu religion places a high value on the plant. It is a sign of innocence, longevity, and happiness. In Hinduism, the plant is revered as a goddess, and in some sections, it is also regarded as Lord Vishnu's consort. Without the use of Tulsi leaves, any Hindu wedding, puja, or religious event will be incomplete.
Navartri puja is one of the most significant pujas in the Hindu religion. It is celebrated for 9 days. Devotees offer prayers to Goddess Durga for 9 days. The 9 days symbolizes the 9 avtar of Maa Parvati that is present in Maa Durga. Each day we worship each avtar with specific rituals. Navratri puja is performed to seek blessings from Maa Durga to have a happy and prosperous life.
Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna. Janmastami is one of the most auspicious and significant festivals in the Hindu religion. It is celebrated on astami of Krishna paksha in Bhadon month. Devotees on this day offer their prayers to seek blessings from Lord Krishna.
Holika Dahan, a ceremony performed on the Phalguna month's Purnima Tithi (Full Moon night), precedes Holi celebrations. On this day, residents gather in the neighbourhood to light a communal bonfire in honour of Holika. People worship Lord Narasimha, Lord Vishnu's fourth avatar.
Hartalika Teej puja is performed for the long and healthy life of husbands. This puja is done to celebrate the union of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva. This puja is done in the sawan month. Married women keep fast and complete the puja to seek blessings from Lord Shiva and Parvati.
Ganesha puja is performed on the eve of Ganesha Chaturthi. Lord Ganesha is called Vighan Harta. This is because Lord Ganesha removes all the obstacles in the life of his devotees. One who prays and offers puja to Lord Ganesha receives his divine blessings. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on the Chaturthi of Bhadrapada, Shukla paksha.
Dussehra represents the victory of good over evil. It is celebrated right after the conclusion of Navratri. Dussehra is the 10th and final day of the Long Durga Puja festival. On Dussehra, the idols of Maa Durga are immersed in water. Dussehra is also celebrated as the victory of Lord Rama over the demon king Ravana.
Maa Laxmi is the embodiment of wealth, fortune and prosperity. According to Hindu religion, it is believed that Goddess Laxmi visits earth to shower her blessings on the Diwali night. This is one of the reasons why we clean and decorate our house with lights and flowers on Diwali. Diwali Laxmi Puja is performed to invite Maa Laxmi and seek her blessings.