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Sri Lanka is an ideal holiday destination, not only because of the natural wonders spread across the island, but also the mix of cultures and religions. Home to the world’s four major religions (Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity), Sri Lanka is an island with 25 public holidays each year. Celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm, experiencing a festival in Sri Lanka offers the perfect chance to witness and be a part of this beautiful country’s culture and traditions. Here’s a...
Sankranti Festival celebrates for three days in South India. Bhogi is the first of them. Bhogi Dhanurmas – the last day. There is a saying that Goddevi, born as part of Bhudevi, who fasts for Dhanurma, incarnates as the wife of Srirannat, is called Bhogi. The festival of Gods is the first day of Pongal that is known as Bhogi which celebrates in memory of Indra, the ‘God of the Clouds and the Rain.’ Indra is worshiped for the prosperity...
India is a country with thousands of distinct cultures and religions. Located at the southern part of the continent, India is considered the land of the festival, according to Travel Triangle. They have numerous festivals celebrated every year because of their diverse groups. This would be their moments of togetherness, joining people with different religions and traditions, and showing cooperation and mutual respect. While every part of the country has its own mini festivals, each of them showcases unique Indian...