The festival of Vat Purnima is predominantly celebrated by women who live in the states of Western Ghat of India. The Vat Pournima festival is observed so as to ask and pray for the well-being of their husband. The festival involves women fasting through the day and tying red and orange threads around an auspicious […]
Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus from the tomb on the third day after his cruxifixion. Easter is the fulfilled prophecy of the Messiah who would be persecuted, die for our sins, and rise on the third day.
Ram Navami is a Hindu or Vedic festival that is celebrated every year on the last day of Chaitra Navaratri (sometimes spelt Chaitra Navratri). The festival of Ram Navami or Rama Navami is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Ram (Lord Rama).
Gudi Padwa is an Indian festival that marks the beginning of the New Year and the harvest season for the people of Maharashtra. Gudi is the word used to refer to Brahma’s flag (which is hoisted on this day) while Padva is derived from the Sanskrit word Paddava or Paddavo which refers to the first […]