About Us. India is the land of diverse religions and spirituality. Being home to uncountable traditions, there are celebrations beyond one’s cognizance throughout the whole year. The vast number of festivals and their magnificence mark the eminence of Indian culture.
India hosts multiple assorted festivals cherished by Indians residing throughout the world with the feeling of brotherhood and mutual respect. Real meaning and values of these holy days live in the people hearts. Since ancient times, festivals have been bringing people closer, enriching their relationships and serving as one of the most important means to bring joy and happiness in the monotonous lives of individuals.
Reason Behind Starting CelebrateIndianFestival
People forget Indian Festivals and their rituals
Expecting the next generation to know, Our culture and rituals will not be wrong if we are so distant from it. It is high time that each and every one of us starts acknowledging the rich traditions we already have. It is the time that we need to understand there is a life ahead of work and money. We need to imbibe within our hearts that festivals are not meant just for holidays but for celebrating and cherishing life.
With the aim of bringing peace and togetherness, festivals may it be national, religious or seasonal are celebrated euphorically with the sense of utmost respect and fraternity among people irrespective of their religion and hence proving the phrase “unity in diversity.” Such vibrant and colourful myriad culture of the Indian subcontinent was once greatly cherished and treasured, but now things seem to have changed.
The era of grand celebrations while acknowledging one’s festivals and traditions appear to be fading mostly. It is even to mention that modernization has vandalised the hearts and brains of people as far as cultural values are concerned. With every passing generation, people are getting immensely detached from their historical roots and ethics.
Back in time, festivals were much more than just a break from dull life, it stood for contentment, felicity and unification. But now, people have a different perspective. Festivals are not festivals anymore. They have just become mere holidays, a day off. The enthusiasm and excitement for festivals are barely seen these days.
Eat, sleep, and repeat has become the much-followed trend. But what good does it bring? Detaching oneself from society, abstaining from enjoying things worth relishing, discarding the sense of unity; all this does nothing but makes a person hollow from within. The real essence of festivals and its importance in the lives of people have lost.
Using CelebrateIndianFestival, we are determined to bring back the time when people were well informed and aware of Indian festivals when people had the zeal to celebrate every festival.
We aim to educate people about festivals, their mythological history, rituals and significance.
People can visit our gallery to download photos and wallpapers. You can put these pictures on mobile and laptops wallpapers or share them with friends and family on the joyous occasion of festivals.
If any of our readers desire to share any picture or idea regarding festivals, you all are welcome to share those with us at [email protected]. We will add those to our gallery and try our best to make a post using your pictures – it could be any food image, beautiful ideas, innovative dressing or just your happy moments.
Let’s unify hands to make this possible. Let diversity play its role.