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Everyone wait for holiday to spend a day with family and friends also to do rest. We are Indian and Indian is a country of festival because we respect all religions and celebrate every festival in our style. Check Indian Public Holidays 2017 list declared by the Central Government of India.
St. Patrick’s day is celebrated every year on March 17. The Irish and the Irish-at-heart round the globe celebrate this festival merrily.
St. Patrick, one of the Ireland’s patron saints and many Americans with Irish ancestry remember him on March 17.
The History behind the festival:
It began as the religious feast day for the patron saint, and later it became the international festival which celebrates the Irish culture with amazing parades, dancing, special foods and a whole lot of green.
St. Patrick’s being Irish culture festival, but the first St. Patrick’s day parade was not held in Ireland but in New York City in 1762 and then the increase of Irish immigrants to the U.S in the mid 19th century, the March 17 celebration spread its wings worldwide.
St. Patrick’s day is observed as the public holiday in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador on the nearest Monday to March 17 each year. This day remembers St. Patrick, who was a missionary who converted many Ireland’s inhabitants to Christianity in 5th century. The feast day of the saint, St. Patrick, also celebrates the Irish culture.
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Holi is the festival of colors. People in are very passionate and energized about it. Holi is recognized as the main Hindu festival of Hinduism. It is the festival of unity, peace and love. Holi has been derived from the word ‘Hora’ which is the word to the god to thank for the outcome harvest.
Ghana got independence from United Kingdom on 6th March 1957. This was the effort of “The Big Six” leaders of Ghana, who formed in 1947, United Gold Coast Convention which called for self-governance. In the year 1949, Convention People’s Party was formed by Kwame Nkrumah, who was one of the member of the Big Six, and led the party in the struggle for freedom. Finally in 1957, the coastal Gold Coast region declared independence from United Kingdom. And Ghana became independent on 6th of March, 1957 and the first African nation to do so.
Indians celebrate their republic day on 26 January every year. Indian celebrate this day with joy and happiness. 26 January was celebrated in all over the country with great show and pomp. Mostly in Delhi, republic day celebrate amidst great joy and enthusiasm.
On 26 January 1950, India gets its own constitution and also became a sovereign democratic republic. After this, every year Indian’s celebrate this day with pride of the nation.
Best Line about our Constitution:
Indians today are governed by two different ideologies. Their political ideal set in the preamble of the Constitution affirms a life of liberty, equality and fraternity. Their social ideal embodied in their religion denies them. – B. R. Ambedkar
In this parade, Armed force of all three wings is part of this. They display Weapons of war, big guns and tanks. Every state represents their state and display their life custom on this parade. Collage and school students sing a national song and march in precision.
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India is a Country of Festivals, All types of Religions different-different Occasions in various ways. On 15th January 2016, Hindu Celebrate Makar Sankranti with joy and Happiness. Mostly Year, Makar Sankranti is celebrated at 14th January but some exceptions, this festival is celebrated on 13 or 15 January.
On this day the Sun enters on “Makara Rasi” so, this day known as ‘Makar Sankranti’. In India, Most of People marks Sankranti as a beginning of a spring season (New Harvest) and Termination of Winter Season. This festival celebrated with various rituals and Names in various part of India. On this Day, People eat handfuls of sugarcane, rice and til sweets.
Christmas celebration is done to provide homage to the birth of Jesus Crist, which is celebrated on 25th December in most of the countries. This festival is celebrated among billions of people all around the World. In some of the countries, due to this festival the national holiday is declared in respect of Jesus Crist and is celebrated by both religious and non-religious people too.
What is Diwali?
Diwali is the five- day festival of lights celebrated by millions of Hindus, Jain & Sikhs across the globe. The Diwali is also considered as good over evil. The actual day of Diwali is celebrated on the festival’s third day, Which this year falls on Wednesday, November 11.
This festival of lights usually falls between the Middle of the October & the middle of the November, although that is decided upon by the Hindu lunar calendar.
Raksha bandhan is a very important festival in India, which signifies a bond of care & love between brother & sister, Where sister ties Rakhi to his brother. Raksha bandhan in 2017 is coming on 7th August 2017 Monday. Raksha Bandhan is also known as Rakhi Poornima, which is celebrated all over India.
“Fifteenth of August” – The Independence Day
(A Big Day For Indians)
Independence Day, observed annually on 15 August, is a National Holiday in India commemorating the nation’s independence from Kingdom of Great Britain on 15 August 1947. India attained independence following an Independence Movement noted for largely nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience led by the Indian National Congress (INC).
Independence coincided with the partition of India, in which the British Indian Empire was divided along religious lines into the Dominions of India and Pakistan; the partition was accompanied by violent riots and mass casualties, and the displacement of nearly 15 million people due to sectarian violence.