Top Five Indian Festivals 

By- Chirag Mali

Diwali (Festival of Lights

Celebrated nationwide, Diwali symbolizes the victory of light over darkness. It involves lighting lamps, exchanging gifts, and enjoying festive sweets. 

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Holi (Festival of Colors)

Known for its vibrant and playful atmosphere, Holi involves people throwing colored powders and water at each other, signifying the arrival of spring and the triumph of good over evil. 

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Durga Puja

Primarily celebrated in West Bengal, this festival honors Goddess Durga and features elaborately decorated idols, cultural performances, and processions. 

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Navratri

A nine-night festival celebrated with traditional dance (Garba and Dandiya) in Gujarat and other parts of India, dedicated to Goddess Durga. 

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Eid-ul-Fitr 

Celebrated by the Muslim community, it marks the end of Ramadan fasting with communal prayers, feasting, and the exchange of gifts. 

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