Festivity in honour of Dattatreya, a symbol of the Trimurti, that is the synthesis of the three gods: Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the preserver), Shiva (the Destroyer).
Celebration in honour of the Bhagavad Gita; on this occasion the holy verses of this sacred Hindu text of high philosophical and spiritual value, are recited.
It symbolically celebrates the marriage of tulsi, the Indian holy basil, which, as is told in an ancient myth, is Lakshmi, and Vishnu.
According to the Vikram system, one of the many Hindu calendars, the year 2071 starts. It begins with the coronation of the king Vikramaditya.
Festival of Light. It celebrates the coming of the Goddess Lakshmi bearer of abundance, prosperity and wealth both material and spiritual. To welcome her, in homes and temples rows of lamps and lights remain on for the whole night.
This celebration symbolizes the victory of good over evil and of the light of knowledge over the obscurity of ignorance.
Celebration that is part of Navaratri.
Anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi.
Festivity that is part of Navaratri, dedicated to the worship of Sarasvati, the Goddess of Knowledge.