Samiti celebrates five national festivals to remind us of glorious past with its relevance to the present.
- Varsha Pratipada Yugadi Chaitra Shukta. The first day of Samvat and Shalivahan Shaka. A memory of complete victory over Shakas and Huns the foreign invaders.
- Guru Purnima Ashadha Purnima We offer Puja to our Guru, Bhagawad dhwaja and respectfully and voluntarily offer Gurudakshina as a token of our dedication to our source of vital cultural inspiration.
- Rakshabandhan Shravan Purnima We are anxious to encourage the feeling of brotherhood amongst all the Hindus to organise them as one integrated nation. Samiti sends Rakhi to maximum persons, institutions and organisations. Rakhi is tied to Dhwaja also to remind us of our duty and responsibility to uphold the values of life which our Dhwaja represents. Instead of expecting and depending on others for our protection we must also stand to protect all that is best required for our nation.
- Vijaya Dashmi Ashwin Shukla 10, Celebration of victory of Ma Durga over the Asuras a Symbol of all evil and unruly elements in the society. Ma Durga is symbolised as mother power. All women should stand boldly and unitedly to eliminate all low trends which are detrimental to social equilibrium. Spiritually it also denotes victory of Atman over the evil tendencies. It is the day on which Samiti came into existence.
- Makarsankraman A mark of love and friendship encouraging us to increase our capacity to work. Sweet words are uniting force. It is a massage to work hard to achieve our ideals and widen the circumference of our narrow individuality.