नवरात्रि (Navratri), नवदुर्गा (Navadurga) is nine days festivity, all nine days are dedicated to nine forms of Goddess Aadi Shakti. Shardiya Navratri also celebrated as दुर्गा पूजा - Durga Puja.
three days festival, considered as second biggest festival on Hindu calendar after Diwali
शिवरात्रि (Shivaratri) dedicated to Lord Shiv-Parvati, devotees offerings of bael leaves are made to the Lingam. Two shivaratri are most famous among all other monthly festival called Maha Shivaratri and Sawan Shivaratri.
New Year (नई साल)
नई साल (New Year) is the time at which a new Gregorian calendar year begins and the calendars year count increments by one.
Hanuman Jayanti (हनुमान जयंती)
हनुमान जयंती (Hanuman Jayanti) is an important festival of Hindus, the Vanar Dev Ram Bhakta in India celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Hanuman. Shri Hanumant embodies power and energy, and magical powers and the ability to keep evil spirits Ginte worshiped as a God.
दिवाली (Diwali, English Meaning: Festival of Lights) also known as दीपावली (Deepawali) is the biggest and the brightest festival in India. Honour to return Maryada Purushottam Shri Rama, his wife Mata Sita and his brother Shri Lakshmana from exile of 14 years after victory over the demon king Ravana (The King of Lanka).
Pitru Paksha (पितृ पक्ष)
पितृ पक्ष (Pitru Paksha) also known as श्राद्ध (Shraaddha) or Kanagat start with Purnima Shraddha, ends after 16 days on Sarva Pitru Amavasya which is also known as Sarvapitri Amavasya or Mahalaya Amavasya. Hindus pay homage to their ancestor (Pitrs), especially through food offerings.
गणेशोत्सव (Ganeshotsav) start with Ganesh Chaturthi, ends after 10 days on Anant Chaturdashi which is also known as Ganesh Visarjan day. Lord Ganesh is worshipped as the God of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune and offer Him sweet dish like modak.
जन्माष्टमी (Janmashtami) celebrate as the birth of Lord Shri Krishna, the eighth and most powerful human incarnations / avatar of the Lord Vishnu. Popularly celebrated Krishna Janmashtami in North India and Gujarat, or Dahi Handi in Maharashtra.