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Festivals in India are celebrated in many parts of India, as India is subdivided into different Linguistic States. The local Government in each State also specifies certain festivsls, in addition to Central Government festivals and holidays, depending on the local population which have elected them.
The major festivals are from religious groups as under:
- Diwali or Deepawali
- Dussehra or Daserra
- Raksha Bandhan
- Krishna Janmastami
- Maha Shivaratri
- Hanuman Jayanthi
- Guru Nanak's Birthday Jayanti
- Guru Govind Singh's Birthday Jayanti
- Guru Teg Bahadur's Martyrdom Day
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