Hindu Festivals: Hindu festivals are joyous and spiritually significant celebrations observed throughout the year. These festivals commemorate various mythological events and are marked by elaborate rituals, prayers, feasts, and cultural activities. Some popular Hindu festivals include Diwali (Festival of Lights), Holi (Festival of Colors), Navaratri (Nine Nights of Worship), and Janmashtami (Lord Krishna's Birthday).
Vrat (Fasting): Vrat, or fasting, is a common religious practice in Hinduism. It involves abstaining from certain foods or activities for a specified period, often as an expression of devotion, penance, or seeking divine blessings. Fasting days are typically dedicated to a specific deity and may involve special prayers and rituals. Some well-known vrat days include Ekadashi (eleventh day of the lunar cycle), Maha Shivaratri (Lord Shiva's night), and Karva Chauth (a fast observed by married women for the well-being of their husbands).