Phuldei is celebrated on the first day of Chait month, on this day children go from house to house and offer flowers on the doorsteps of the houses. Put flowers, jaggery, rice, and coconut in wooden baskets and put them on the main gates of the houses of the people of the village, pray for the prosperity of the house and sing songs.
It is celebrated on the first day of the month of Shravan. 10 days before this, 5 or 7 types of seeds are sown in a vessel, and on the day of Harele, it is cut and offered to the deities.
It is also called Bagwal. On the night of Diwali, the buffalo is played by burning the light of the peel, as well as in this festival cow is worshiped and given a sweet dish to them.
It usually falls in the Hindu month of Magha or the English months of January/February. During this auspicious occasion, people worship Goddess Saraswati with great reverence.
It is celebrated for two days, Khadi Holi and Sithi Holi.
In Uttarakhand, the equatorial solstice known as Bikhoti is celebrated on the first day of the month of Baishakh.
Ghee Sankranti falls in the middle of September, on this day ghee is applied on the head.
Its fast is observed on the new moon day of the eldest Krishna. Married women keep this fast for the long life of their husbands.
Makar Sankranti is celebrated on the first day of the month of Magh. On this day, ghughte is made in every household by mixing flour, semolina, coconut, and dry fruits and they are fed to the black crow.
This festival of Uttarakhand is celebrated in the month of Chaitra according to the Hindu calendar. It falls on the very first day of Shravan and is celebrated with much fanfare all over the state.
This festival is celebrated in the Kumaon region on the first day of the month of Ashwin. It is mainly celebrated for the animals.
In Uttarakhand, Raksha Bandhan is also known as Janyo-Punyo, this festival is celebrated on the full moon of the month of Shravan.
This festival is mainly celebrated in the month of Chait in the Pithoragarh district.
This festival is related to Mahasu Devta.
This festival is celebrated on Shukla Dashami of Jyeshtha month according to the Hindu calendar or in the month of May/June according to the English calendar. The holy river the Ganges is worshiped on this special day.
This festival is celebrated for the welfare of children.
This festival is celebrated in the month of Shravan in the Jaunsar Babar region.
It is celebrated in Kumaon to mark the harvest.
It is celebrated in Garhwal in the month of Baishakh, in which the messengers of Nanda Devi are worshipped.Thank You