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Like other states, Maharashtra has its own traditions, culture and festivals. This is a big state where people with different regions live in it. Many diverse communities live in together and they are still the same cheerful. Among Maharashtrians, the festive spirit is rooted very deeply in their culture. The state is considered home to different cultures people. In the world, Maharashtra is perfect example of cultural inclusivity. People celebrate many colourful festivals with a lot of happiness. Different areas celebrate different festivals in the Maharashtra. But, the main one remains same for everyone. Various songs and dances are part of the Maharashtra festival. Every festival plays an important role in the lives of the people. Different cultures are nurtured by this big state with diverse communities. The Maharashtra has a number of festivals because the people of the state are fun loving one. In India, Deewali, Eid, Holi and many more are the main festivals that are celebrated by all the states. Regional festivals are restricted to the respective areas of Maharashtra. All the festivals accompany delicious cuisines apart from classic songs and dance. In Maharashtra, ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ is the most celebrated festival. A huge fun fare is there when all the Maharashtrians celebrate it together.

Festival 1. Shivaji Jayanti

The day when Shivaji Maharaj was born was Shivaji Jayanti. On 19th February 1630 Chh. Shivaji were born in Maharashtra. The Shivaji name was given by his parents Jijabai and Shahaji Bhosale. People of state celebrate this festival to remember him as God Shiva. This is included in one of the grand occasions in Maharashtra. From nation to the state, Chhatrapati Shivaji is known as a legend and a hero. This is the same person who developed Maratha nation. All the people are inspired by his activities which says establish your own control. He successfully united the few Maratha chiefs. Also, he always worked for the benefit of the people. For the Marathas, the empire and plans were created by him. Many people of government dress up like Shivaji and other associates in order to celebrate this occasion of Birthday. The achievements of great ruler are remembered by arranging various programs. A small gesture towards his work is appreciated through this festival.

Date and Duration → 19th February. People celebrate this festival for one day

Festival Activities → There are two kinds of people who celebrate by watching or adoring the performance and others who perform dance and dress up like Shivaji. Many people offer flowers to the statue of Shivaji. They also play traditional songs and dance on this occasion.

Festival 2. Banganga

The Walkeshwar Temple has Banganga Tank is the popular part where this festival gets celebrated. Mumbai is the place where this temple is situated. In the year 1992, the first Banganga music festival took place. Both the Indian Heritage Society, Mumbai, and Maharashtra Tourism Development conduct this festival jointly. The historical Banaganga tank and its environmental awareness are promoted through the event. Lord Rama was a legend who is associated with the Banganga. When Lord Rama aimed to reach Lanka, was feeling thirsty and searching for water in the Malabar Hills. Later, he failed to find drinking water. People believe that the water came out of Holy Ganga when Lord Rama hit the arrow (Baan) at the ground. In the same place, the tank was constructed. This was the story behind Banganga. Millions of individuals wait for this festival in Mumbai. They lighten up the region and the entire hillocks on the festival. The ringing bells of Banganga get special attention from the people. This is the most popular festival among tourists. The existing rich reservoir of cultural heritage is the main purpose of celebrating the Banganga Festival.

The Walkeshwar Temple have Banganga Tank is the poplar part where this festival gets celebrated. Mumbai is the place where this temple is situated. In the year 1992, the first Banganga music festival took place. Both Indian Heritage Society Mumbai and Maharashtra Tourism Development conduct this festival jointly. The historical Banaganga tank and its environment awareness is promoted through the event. The Lord Rama was a legend who is associated with the Banganga. When the Lord Rama aiming to reach Lanka, were feeling thirsty and searching water at the Malabar Hills. Later, he failed to find drinking water. People believe that the water came out of Holy Ganga when Lord Rama hit the arrow (Baan) at ground. On the same place, the tank was constructed. This was the story behind Banganga. Millions of individuals wait for this festival in Mumbai. They lighten up all the region and the entire hillocks on the festival. The ringing bells of Banganga get special attention from the people. This is the most popular festival among tourists. The existing rich reservoir of cultural heritage is the main purpose of celebrating Banganga Festival.

Day and Duration → Every month of January. For two days people celebrate this festival.

Festival Activities → Classical musicians perform at the Banganga festival for 2 days. Decoration and lighting at Malabar hills are what people do to celebrate it.

Festival 3. Bhaubeej

The Bhaubeej festival is named as Bhaidooj in Maharashtra. The sacred relationship between brother and sister gets to celebrate on this day. Every year people celebrate it on the second day after Diwali. On this festival, the sister’s tilak to their brothers on the forehead. They also pray for each ones prosperity and longevity. The origin of this festival is not cleared yet. But, it is believed that the Lord Krishna meets his sister after killing demon Narakasura and his sister applied tilak on his forehead as soon as he reaches. Since that day, it has become the Bhai Dooj or Bhawu Beej day. On the other hand, one more believe is there that Yami who was a sister of Yamaraja welcomed his brother with sweets and flowers. To reflect the affection, the brother gives a gift to his sister on this occasion. All the festivals like Bhai Phonta, Bhai Dooj, and Raksha Bandhan are same as Bhau Beej.

Day and Duration → Every month of January. For two days people celebrate this festival.

Festival Activities → Classical musicians perform at the Banganga festival for 2 days. Decoration and lighting at Malabar hills are what people do to celebrate it.

Festival 4. Ellora Festival

Ellora Ajanta Festival is the famous name of the Ellora festival in Maharashtra. The committee of Aurangabad festival arranges this festival near the Ellora caves. The talent of dance and music from all over Maharashtra can be viewed on this platform. These talents get showcased in the month of October. Attending this festival will be Magnificent and a lifetime experience. The sculptural and architectural splendours are the special views of this festival.At Ellora caves, the Kailasa temple has sculptured expertise in both Maharashtra as well as India.Moreover, the historic caves and temples are the important views of this Ellora festival because it is an essential part of our history.

Day and Duration → Each year in October. People celebrate this festival for three days.

Festival Activities → Kathak and Odissi form represented by the people on this festival. Some competitions of Mehendi, Bhajans, painting, cooking and many games happen in the Ellora festivals.

Festival 5. Ramdan/Ramzan/Eid-ul-Fitr

The Muslim people celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr festival across the world.This is the end of Ramadan month which means they end the fasting. It is also known for the Islamic month of fasting. Muslims fast during the month of Ramdan from dawn to sunset for 29 to 30 days. Moon has special important in declaring the date of Eid-ul-Fitr. Sometimes, the changes takes place in the date of festival.The festival of breaking the fast is the name of this festival in some states. Eid-ul-Fitr is also known as ‘Meethi Eid’. Everyone gather on this occasion and eat delicious ‘Seviyan’. Seviyan is a sweet dish made of dry fruits and milk. The Prophet Muhammad originated this festival of ‘Sweet Eid’. Since centuries, the Islamic community celebrate it. The basic values such as charity, patience, steadfastness and empathy for the poor are represented through fasting. It is a tradition of Muslims to wear new clothes and visit mosques. On this day, they get ready and offer prayers to Allah for every being.

Day and Duration → Date of Eid-ul-Fitr changes every year. People celebrate this festival for 3-4 days.

Festival Activities → On this day, individuals wish each other “Eid Mubarak’. They cook ‘Seviyan’ which is a sweet dish. Also, they go to the mosques.

Festival 6. Ganesh Chhaturthi

In Maharashtra, Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the favorite festivals for people. This festival brings good luck according to beliefs. A symbol of wisdom is the poplar of Lord Ganesh.All the Hindu community celebrates this festival. Also, everyone in India joins the celebration. It is also the most important part of Indian culture. The Ganesh statue gets a warm welcome from every family. All the prayers install at home as well as on the podium. There is one ritual that these people follow on the first day of the Ganesh Statue installation. They don’t see the moon the whole day. It is believed that when Ganesh fell from his rat the moon was laughing at him. Sometimes, dance and songs are included during this festival. They also dance and sing on the streets at the end day of the festival. The Maratha king was responsible for bringing this tradition to Maharashtra. The son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati is Ganesha. The celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi happens to celebrate his birthday.

Day and Duration → August or September. People celebrate this festival for 10 days.

Festival Activities → The decoration and purchase of Ganesha occur on the first of Ganesh Chaturthi. People offer various things such as flowers, durva, modaks, grass, red hibiscus flower, and Jaggery to the idol Ganesha.

Festival 7. Maharashtra Day

The state celebrates Maharashtra day of Maharashtra Diwas Annually. When the formation of Maharashtra happened which is on the 1st of May, everyone celebrates this day. All the Maharashtrians consider this day very important. They celebrate their culture and traditions on the occasion. On the basis of language, India demarcates the states as per the states reorganization act 1956. A movement of the Sanyukta Maharashtra Samiti was started and they were demanding state separation. At that time, people of Bombay used to spoke many languages like Marathi, Gujarati, Konkani and Kutchi. ‘Marathi-Konkani speaking ones should be in one state and Gujarati-Kutchi speaking ones should be in another state’ the organisation states. Mahagujarati movement took place at the same time. The separate state for all the Gujarati speaking should be there according to the latter’s. So, the introduction of the Bombay Reorganisation act brings peace among different individuals. According to this act, two states, Maharashtra and Gujarat formed as a result of this movement. On the 1 May 1960, this effect happened. The international Worker’s day is the one more day to celebrate on the same day of Maharashtra Diwas. That is why the government of Maharashtra offers a public holiday for all the people of the state. On this day, people showcase their traditions of Maharashtra and most of the educational institutes remain closed.

Day and Duration → 1st May. People celebrate this event for one day..

Festival Activities → In the presence of headquarters, all the districts do flag hoisting. Some people perform Lavani which is a tradition in Maharashtra. In Dadar, the parade happens at the start of the day.

Festival 8. Bakari Eid

In the Muslim calendar, the feast of sacrifice festival plays an important role. There are many names for the Bakari Eid festival such as Eid ul Adha, Raya Haji or Bakrid, and Id-ul-Zuha. In the Muslim religion, this has more importance. The holidays are given to the festival in most countries.‘As a commemoration of Prophet Abram’s willingness,’ the Muslim people celebrate this occasion in order to sacrifice everything for God. The dates of this festival vary each year on the basis of lunar sightings. Abram sacrificed his son ‘Ishmael’ in willingness to obey God.This theory is similar to the Bible, Jews as well as Christians. There is only one difference in both stories that is the name of a son. Ishmael is the name of a son in Muslims and Isaac is the name of a son in others. This festival is also called Meat Eid. A prophet and ancestor of Muhammad are Ishmael, who was the son of Abram. People sacrifice the cow or goat in remembrance of Abram’s obedience. And, the meat of goat or cow should be distributed to families, relatives, friends, needy ones, and to yourself. They can even give clothes, food, and money to the needy ones.

Day and Duration → June or July (it may vary every year). People celebrate this festival for one to four days.

Festival Activities → Some people purchase cows or goats on the day and others purchase is 10 days before Bakari Eid. They sacrifice (Kurbani) for God and send it’s meats to everyone. People eat the meat of kurbani and pray to the God.

Festival 9. Elephanta Festival

Elephanta Island is the place where the Elephanta festival takes place. The festival can be a unique experience as many people show their talent there. It happens right next to Elephanta caves in Mumbai. The main aim of this festival is to showcase tourism and culture. The Portuguese are responsible for giving the name ‘Elephanta caves’ and this was named because of the carved elephant which was found on Elephanta Island. In India, the Elephanta festival is famous because it is dedicated to diverse classical music and dance forms. Instrumental performances, skits, plays, classical dances, and vocal performances are the attractions of the festival. In Mumbai, they organize live music and folk dances in the evenings as well. Brilliant performers perform there to entertain the present audience. There are many luxurious hotels where you will find accommodation. So, this was the highlight of the Elephanta festival.

Day and Duration → In the month of February. People celebrate this festival for two days every year.

Festival Activities → Many artists take part in the Elephanta festival and present their dance, music as well as drama. ‘Koli’ is the fisherman who performs a live dance at the start of the event. This performance is considered an important tradition. The festival looks magical and mystical because of its arrangement in the pillared temple inside the cave.

Festival 10. Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti is the most important festival which is celebrated by the Hindus. This auspicious day is celebrated by many people all over India. And, the best thing about this festival is it gets celebrated on the same every year. Celebration of other festivals takes place as per the lunar calendar. But, this is the only Indian festival that is based on the solar calendar. According to Tilak almace, the Pune and Ratnagiri people celebrate it on the 10th of January.When the sun begins its Northward journey (This means the Southward movement of the Sun is ended) then it is the Makar Sankranti. The meaning of Makar is Capricorn (This is a Zodiac Sign) and Sankranti is the change of the Sun’s abode. It is believed by many Hindus that the Sun is a kind of Spiritual light, knowledge, and wisdom. In short, they feel the days will be warmer and longer once Makar Sankranti starts. Harvest festival began in Maharashtra on the day of Makar Sankranti. This is the best festival that resolves issues between people. If you have any harsh feelings then also you need to speak sweet words for that person. Maharashtrians give til guls or tilache ladoo to each other and say ‘Til Gul Ghya, God Godd Bola’. This sentence says to accept these sweets and speak sweet words. By saying this, the festival promotes love for each other, affection for elders, and many more. People also believe that the goddess Sankranti comes down to the earth, to kill the demon Sankarasur. It happened to free innocent people from suffering. But, every religion celebrates its areas.

Day and Duration → January Month. People celebrate this festival for three days.

Festival Activities → Makar Sankranti gets celebrated over three days, where the first is Bhogi day, the second is Sankrant day and the last is Kinkranti day. On day 1, people purify God in rivers or homes and pray to God for blessings. Moreover, the palm water, flowers, fruits, and food are submitted to God. They perform Puja which takes one hour to complete.

Festival 11. Maha Shivratri

The festival of Shivaratri is celebrated during the lunar month. This festival is popular among Hindus and it is celebrated in reverence of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is also known as the God of regeneration and destruction. The Great night of Shiva is a famous name of the Maha Shivratri festival. Before the arrival of Spring, the festival happens in Maharashtra. All over India, people of different states celebrate this with a lot of happiness and joy. This worships of Shiva as its primary deity is the main tradition of Hinduism. There is more than one belief in celebrating this festival. When Shiva performed Tandava to save the destruction, then it was referent to as Maha Shivratri. Another belief is that Shiva Drank poisonous negativity to protect the world. It is also believed that the Goddess of Parvati married Lord Shiva again on the Shivratri. People do fasting and do Puja in their homes during this festival. The sacred Mantra of Shiva ‘Om Namah Shivaya’ is chanted with them in the temples. The festival is also celebrated internationally.

Day and Duration → February or March. People celebrate Maha Shivaratri for 12 days. 

Festival Activities → During Maha Shivaratri, people chant ‘Om Namah Shivaya’, Worship the Shivalinga, Meditate, observe fasting and Attend Mahashivaratri Puja or Rudra Puja.

Festival 12. Pola

The festival ‘Pola’ is famous in the state of Maharashtra. This is a very nice and heart-touching festival for farmers. They decorate their bulls with beautiful ornaments and then worship them on this day. With this festival, the bulls are respected in the villages. It is a tradition in Pola to offer prayers to the bulls. The farmers of the village also give special food to them. This festival in Maharashtra is the best way to show gratitude towards the bulls. This occasion mainly focuseson the animal. So, it is a very unique tradition for the bulls in Maharashtra. According to ancient mythology, bulls are considered very holy animals as they help in many ways like agricultural purposes. All the people of Maharashtra pay respect to them because of their contribution to the agricultural land.

Day and Duration → Shravan Month. People celebrate Pola festival for one day.

Festival Activities → There are a few ways in which the people of Maharashtra celebrate this festival. They give bath and decorate bulls with beautiful ornaments. People make dishes like karanji, poli, and kunbis on this occasion. The villagers also conduct competitions and arrange fairs in Maharashtra.

Festival 13. Gudhi Padwa

Gudhi Padwa is a new year for Hindus. The first day of the opening of Chaitra month is celebrated as Gudhi Padwa. ‘Chaithra Shukla’ is the name of Gudhi Padwa in Sanskrit. And, it is the most special day for Hindu people. Ugadhi is the similar one that is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh. However, ‘Cheti Chand’ is celebrated in Karnataka and it is the same as Gudhi Padwa. When the season of rabi ends the period of this festival is initiated. The worshipers follow their rituals very strictly on a special day. This festival symbolizes the triumph of Lord Ramachandra over Ravana and people celebrate it for victory and prosperity. They also flag Gudi in front of door which is a symbol of Brahma’s dwaj and the flag. Its other name is Indra dwaj as well.

Day and Duration → March or April. People celebrate Gudi Padwa only for one day.

Festival Activities → An auspicious oil bath happens when starting the rituals of Gudi Padwa. The ladies of the house, decorate their entrances with beautiful Rangoli designs and many things like flowers. After home decoration, they offer Havan to Lord Vishnu with a special plant of ‘davna’.

Festival 14.Kala Ghoda Arts Festival

The Kala Ghoda Association conducts this festival in Mumbai. History, craft, and arts are the theme of this festival. On the first Saturday of February, everyone gathers for this festival every year. This big occasion is the vibrant spectrum of traditions, colors, and culture. Many sponsors are also part of this grand Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. The main aim of this festival is to preserve the arts of the Mumbai district. The festival was first celebrated in the year 1999. And, it has become a center of attraction for locals and international tourists.

Day and Duration → In the month of February. People celebrate the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival in Mumbai for 9 days.

Festival Activities → Some Associations organize events on craft and art history at this festival. It also showcases the traditions and culture.

Festival 15. Diwali

The festival Diwali is also known as the festival of light in Maharashtra as well as India. In Maharashtra, all the people decorate their homes with lights. It is decorated welcome happiness, prosperity, and Joy. This festival is grandly celebrated by the Indians. The children’s also burst firecrackers on the occasion. Diwali also starts from Vasubaras for the Marathi families in Maharashtra. The victory of good over bad is celebrated through the Diwali festival. In honor of Lord Rama, when Lord Rama, his wife Sita, and Lakshmana (His brother) came back from an exile of 14 years this auspicious day is celebrated. When Sita was kidnapped by Ravana Lord Rama defeated him. So, the victory of Lord Rama is celebrated by all the villagers as Diwali. In some regions, the celebration of the goddess Lakshmi took place on Deepavali. This is celebrated by Hindus for wealth and prosperity. Moreover, some organizations offer bonuses to employees for the celebration of Diwali with loved ones. Near shops offer discounts to the buyers as well during the festival. This was all about the festival of Diwali in Maharashtra.

Day and Duration → Between mid-October to mid-November. People celebrate this day for 5 days..

Festival Activities → Before Diwali, people clean and decorate their homes with lights. On day 1, Dhanteras is celebrated which marks the start of the financial year. People also perform Lakshmi Puja after worshipping the cows. The children and adults enjoy their eve by bursting firecrackers with their friends and family. During this festival, they offer gifts and sweets to nearer ones and a kind of exchange happens there. Every house serves grand food on the day of Diwali.

Festival 16. Mahavir Jayanti

The individuals of the Jain community celebrate Mahavir Jayanti. It is the most significant festival among them. The Birth of Lord Mahavira is referred to as Mahavir Jayanti. Some other states, including Maharashtra, celebrate this day. The Chaitra is the month when Lord Mahavira took birth as per the Hindu calendar. His mother saw 14-16 dreams when he was not born yet. And, their place of birth was kundalagrama which is Kundulpur now in Bihar. He was having controlled his senses skills because of which he named ‘Mahavira’. The families and friends come together and celebrate every festival of Jain. The Jain people give a lot of respect to them as well. There is a connection between Antique ancient spots and the Jain community. ‘Gomateshwara’ is one of the most famous places during the festival. On this festival many government workplaces take holiday. Or else the shops or other commercial outlets will be closed for some hours.

Day and Duration → April or March month. People celebrate this for one whole day.

Festival Activities → On Mahavir Jayanti, the people of the Jain community, visit the temples for blessings. They decorate their house with flowers for the occasion. And, the milk, fruits, and rice are offered to Lord Mahavira after a ceremonial bath.

Festival 17. Krishna Janmashtami

Many regions of Maharashtra and India celebrate the Krishna Janmashtami grandly. People of the Hindu religion celebrate this festival of the birth of Lord Krishna. He was the eighth son of Vasudev and Devaki. His uncle Kansa was evil. So to keep him away from Kansa he grew up under the care of Nanda and Yasoda. The teachings of the Bhagavad Gita were given by him. This festival is also a symbol of the victory of good over evil. Lord Krishna was the one who ended the terror of Kansa. On Ashtami, the Hindus celebrate this festival, according to the Hindu calendar. The people prepare a lot of things with more enthusiasm and grandeur in the state before the day of celebration. In the western state of Maharashtra, it is very important to celebrate. It is believed that Lord Krishna was born at Midnight. So, the celebration begins in the middle of the night.

Day and Duration → July or August (midnight). People celebrate this festival for one day.

Festival Activities → In the Krishna Janmashtami, people celebrate the festival with Arati, Puja, dance, and devotional songs. Also, the rocking cradle of baby Krishna and blowing the conch takes place during the celebrations.

Festival 18. Shab-E-Barat

The Night of Forgiveness, Mid Shaban, and Baraat Night are named by which people call this Shab-E-Barat festival. When the full moon comes they celebrate this festival. This is celebrated by the Muslim community. For the upcoming years, the destinies of all individuals get written by God on this day on the basis of their deeds committed in the past. According to the beliefs.Hence, the people consider the night of Shab e-Barat very important. During Shab-e-Barat night, the Muslim people avoid sleeping and they pray as much as possible. So, the government offers a holiday on the second of Shab-e-Barat. One more tradition is also there where people pray at the graves of their loved ones for peace of the soul. Some of them even give food, and sweets to the needy one on the day. Another belief is that the Prophet Muhammad visited Makkah city on the same day. It is also believed that the wife of Prophet Muhammad was searched by her whole night as she saw he was not there at night. After then, she found him praying for a long time in Medina’s cemetery. The Prophet Muhammad was praying for forgiveness at that time. Many other countries apart from India also celebrate this festival. This was about the Shab-e-Barat festival in Maharashtra.

Day and Duration → In the month of March (The date of this festival will change every year). People celebrate this festival for two days.

Festival Activities → The Muslim people go to mosques and pray the whole night. They can also pray on behalf of their loved ones. In the family, they visit the graves of their loved ones to pray for their soul’s peace.

Festival 19. Holika Dahan

People of Maharashtra also call Chhoti Holi or Holika Deepak to the Holika dahan festival. After sunset and during Pradosh Kaal this festival happens. When Bhandara prevails, you cannot do good work. After Bhadra, while Purnimasi Tithi is prevailing it is the best time for Holika Dahan Muhurta. The Holika Dahan is celebrated all over India.  Before the festival of colors means Holi the Holika Dahan is celebrated in Maharashtra. It is a celebration of the death of the demoness ‘Holika’ with the help of Lord Vishnu. This festival is a symbol of the truth that wins over evil. People dance and sing around the bonfire while celebrating the Holika Dahan.

Day and Duration → Mostly, in the month of March. People celebrate this festival for two days.

Festival Activities → The females do puja called ‘Thandi Holi’ before the Holika Dahan rituals. And, the puja took place for the welfare of the families. The people create stacked woods and offer flowers, gur, batasha, turmeric, Akshat, raw cotton thread, moong dal, roli, and peanuts to it.This all isoffered before lighting the fire. The Chanting of Mantra starts among people and they light a fire. Also, they walk in a circle around that bonfire 5 times. Moreover, they pray in their mind for happiness..


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