- Festivals -
- Chaiter Mela Shri Sidh Baba Balak Nath Ji
Chaiter Mela Shri Sidh Baba Balak Nath Ji is a day & night festival and gives opportunity to worship Divine Goddess.
The festival of Chaitra Mela Shri Sidh Baba Balak Nath Ji is celebrated every year from 14 March to 13 April.
- Vasant Panchami
Dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, Vasant Panchami spreads yellow color all around. Goddess is dressed in yellow and worshipped with Puja and Yajna. People wear yellow clothes and share yellow sweets with their friends & relatives
- Maha Shivratri
Also known as Great Night of Lord Shiva, Maha Shivratri is dedicated to worship of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati. Some people fast on this day while others celebrate it by reciting Shlokas and singing bhajans. The celebrations and worship continue till late night when devotees offer fruits, coconut, Ganga Jal and Bilva leaves to Lord and Goddess.
The festival of Holi is to celebrate the triumph of good over evil. According to the legends, the demon Hiranyakaship wanted to kill his son Prahlada because he was a devotee of Lord Vishnu. So, the demon made a plan with his sister Holika to kill the son. Holika tried to kill Prahlada and sat with him in fire. She died in fire and Prahlada rescued.
- Ram Navami
This festival celebrates the birth of Seventh Avatar of Lord Vishnu; Shri Rama who was born on the 9th day of Chaitra month. Shri Ramchandra killed the evil king Ravana.
- Raksha Bandhan
The festival of Raksha Bandhan denotes and further strengthens the bond of brother and sister. Still celebrated in a traditional manner, sister ties Rakhi on wrist of her brother and expresses her love. In return, brother promises to protect her forever and offers her gifts. The festival falls on August 29, 2015.
- Shri Krishna Janmashtami
Also known as Sri Krishna Jayanti and Krishnaashtami, this day is celebrated as birthday of Lord Krishna. The festival falls on September 5, 2015.
- Ganesh Chaturthi
This festival is celebrated in honor of Lord Ganesh, one of the most popular Hindu Gods and a symbol of good luck. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated by offering laddoo and milk to the Lord. The festival falls on September.
Also known as Vijaya Dashmi, Dussehra is celebrated as the day of victory of Shri Rama over Ravana in Satya Yug. Demon Mahishasura was also defeated by Goddess Durga on the same day. The festival falls on October 22, 2015.
- Karva Chauth Vrat
On Karva Chauth, married ladies observe a rigorous fast without meal and water so as to pray for long lives of their husbands. Nowadays, young girls also observe this fast to get good life-partner. The festival is celebrated mostly by North Indians and falls on October 30, 2015.
Diwali or Deepawali signifies the return of Lord Rama after 14-years of exile from Ayodhaya. The night of Deepawali is celebrated by lights and fireworks. The festival falls on November 11, 2015.
- Gowardhan Pooja
Also called Annakut (meaning a heap of grain), is celebrated as the day Krishna defeated Indra by lifting the Govardhan hill.It is the fourth day of Deepawali (Diwali), the Hindu festival of lights.The day is celebrated on the first lunar day of Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight) in the Hindu calendar month of Kartik.
- New Year Eve
Every year, the New Year Eve is celebrated with great zeal in the temple. The entire complex is decorated combined with special Pooja of Shri Sidh Baba Balak Nath Ji.
- Makar Sakranti
The festival of Makar Sankranti is celebrated in the baba balak nath temple.