Celebrations Around the World
Every country is blessed with its own unique cultures, traditions and festivals. India is a land of festivals and traditions play the first role at this place. Taking in consideration, the different traditions, culture and festivals from all over the world, there are thousands of festivals celebrated universally with great pomp, excitement and pleasure.
Celebration is a medium of brining everyone together. It not only brings in joy and togetherness but happiness also comes in along with all the other positive vibrations. Festivals of India are celebrated throughout the world and the citizens residing out of India honor the festivals of India and love the traditional and cultural theme of the festivals celebrated in India.
When we talk about the occasions in India, every religion has a different culture and tradition of celebrating their festivals ranging from Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Punjabi, Sikh and Buddhism. Every religion has a different way of celebrating their occasions but the purpose of celebration has always been appreciated and accepted by all the other religions of the world which simply leads to unity amongst the citizens and brings in togetherness and happiness across the country.
List of Popular Celebrations Worldwide
Celebrations are one of the wonderful ways of expressing our love, happiness and joy. Celebrations bring in parties, holidays, carnivals, shows and events. There is a long list of popular celebrations celebrated worldwide. Some of the popular celebrations worldwide are Christmas celebrations, valentine's celebrations, Halloween celebrations, New Year celebrations, Independence Day, republic day, father's day, diwali, durga puja, international mothers day, children's day, holi, grape harvest festival, bluegrass festivals, Cardiff festivals etc. Various cultural tours and carnivals are also organized across the world. Taking in consideration the festivals in India, India is known for its rich culture and traditions.
Diwali is the most popular and widely celebrated festivals in India the festival of diwali is not only celebrated in India but is also celebrated with great enthusiasm outside India. On this festival, goddess Lakshmi is worshipped due to which it is also known as the festival of wealth and prosperity. On the other hand, New Year is an occasion that is celebrated universally. There is no religion, culture and traditional themes involved in the New Year celebration. New Year is an occasion when everyone gathers to celebrate the upcoming New Year.