Festival Celebrations

Hindu Council celebrates following Festivals with the community :

Deepavali

Holi

Janamashtami

Sri Sitarama Kalyanam

Deepawali and Annakut Celebrations are held in the Australian Parliament House, Canberra every year. Deepavali festival is celebrated in many major cities of Australia including Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

Holi-The Festival of Colours is celebrated by Hindu Council of Australia and is Proudly Supported by Cumberland Council.

Shri Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated in many cities including Sydney, Darwin and Gold Coast.

“Holi” the festival of colours and harmony

Holi ‘festival of colours’ is an ancient Hindu religious festival. It is celebrated at the approach of the spring equinox, ...
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Daan – Makara Sankranti

The festival of Makar Sankranti is dedicated to the sun god. It is observed by Hindus on 14th January each ...
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Ramayana in Popular Culture

By: Surinder Jain. Contemporary books on Ramayana Production of Ramayana continues even today. Contemporary versions of the Ramayana include Sri ...
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Ramayana around the world

By: Surinder Jain. If you live in India, you can't escape but know about Deepavali festival and about Ram Leela ...
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Happy Navartri

By: Prakash Mehta. Namaste and Wish you all Happy Navartri. Year 2020 is challenging for all of us. In Australia ...
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Thankyou Blacktown Council

Live telecast from Ayodhya of Ram Janama Mandir's Bhumi Puja. Please like and comment thanking the Blacktown Council ...
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Ramayan – its cultural footprint around the globe

Ramayan is one of the world’s great epics containing some 24,000 verses. The Valmiki Ramayan was supposed to have been ...
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Sri Krishna Janmashtami

Hindu Council of Australia is inviting you to join us in celebrating Sri Krishna Janmashtami live on our facebook Sri ...
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A new era in Ayodhya, the birth place of “Lord Rama”

A new era in the history after 492 years of Sacrifices and Peaceful struggle of Hindus in liberation of Shri ...
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