Deepavali (lit “row/garland of lights” – popularly known as Diwali) is one of the most popular and sacred Hindu festivals, typically lasting around 5 or 6 days, marking the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil.
Dīpāvali, or Diwālī is one of the most important festivals that is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, and Sikhs across the globe. It is commonly known as the festival of lights – deep means “light” and āvali “a row” to become “a row of lights.” Light symbolises “Knowledge”, as light removes darkness, knowledge removes “ignorance”. Diwālī signifies winning over the lower nature in us by lighting up the lamp of knowledge, wisdom, and beauty in ourselves.
Navratri refers to a nine-night and ten-day long set of observances, dedicated primarily to the Divine Feminine.
The Swastika symbol, often associated with Hinduism (Sanātan Dharma), holds a deep and ancient significance within the Hindu culture.
Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayak Chaturthi or Ganeshotsav, is a Hindu festival commemorating the birth of the Hindu God Ganesha.