Festivals in Hyderabad

Good Friday in Hyderabad

The Good Friday is a Christian festival which is primarily observed as the death day of Jesus Christ at Calvary. It’s celebrated on the Friday before Easter Sunday. This festival is also known as Holy Friday, Great Friday or the Easter Friday. Good Friday in Hyderabad Hyderabad having a mix of most of the religions […]

Guru Purnima

The day of the full moon in Hindu calendar of Ashad month which comes in July and August is observed as a day of Guru Purnima or the Vyasa Poornima by few. Its celebrated in the homage of people gurus and the famously it is celebrated by the contribution of great sage Vyasa, who wrote […]


The Mahashivratri festival plays a significance in Hindu religion. The Mahashivratri festival is the worship of powerful God Shiva. This festival falls on the 14th day of Phagun month according to Hindu calender and same thing as per English calender this festival comes in February or March every year. When you come to Andhra Pradesh […]


The two great epics of Hindu Ramayan and Mahabharta basically revolve around the avatar of god Vishnu in the form of Lord Rama and Lord Krishna. For celebrating the birth of Lord Rama its Ram Navmi and Janmashtami marks the birth of Krishna. Janmashtami is also known by different names such as Krishna Janmashtami, Saatam […]


Lohri festival is celebrated as the mark of winter and it comes on 13th day of January according to English Calender and in the month of Paush or Magh according to Hindu calender. The day coincides with Makar Sankranti when sun changes it course and marks the end of winter. The Lohri festival is associated […]


Muharram is actually the first month of Islamic calendar and it’s a 10 days festival. It starts from the day 1 of new calendar year and the event marks the anniversary of Battle of Karbala where the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, Imam Hussain bin Ali was killed by the forces of Umayad Caliph Yazid after […]


Karvachauth is celebrated on the fourth day of full moon of Karthikh month according to Hindu calender which comes in the month of October and November. In exact condidence its celebrated 9 days before the famous festival of Diwali. The Karvachauth is performed by Hindu womens as they undertake fast on that day without drinking […]


Navratri is a Hindu festival of worship and dance. Navratri is a Hindi word which literally means nine nights. During each of the nine nights each of the forms of Shakti (Goddess Durga). As you know that Goddess Durga is worshipped by all and known as the female divinity. The following are the nine forms […]

Deccan Festival

The benevolent Hyderabad and Andhra Pradesh comes alive during the Hyderabad Deccan Festival and it’s among the most happening events in Andhra Pradesh. It’s organized to reflect the culture and rich heritage of the Deccan and to highlights the Hyderabad’s arts, culture, history and the famous cuisines form this part of the world. This celebration […]

Holi colours

The festival of holi is also known as the festival of colors which is celebrated in all parts of the Indian society which has no limits on religion or caste. The Holi is known to mark the victory of good over evil. The main day in Holi is known as Dhulheti or Dhulandi is celebrated […]