Govardhan Puja is celebrated with utmost devotion and joy by the devotees of Lord Krishna. This festival is celebrated the next day after the festival of Diwali, Govardhan Puja is observed.
It represents the occasion when Lord Krishna raised the Govardhan Parvat to shelter the residents of Vrindavan from a downpour. As a result, Lord Krishna is worshiped as the Savior, and food is symbolically offered to him by his devotees.
Additionally, devotees prepare a little mountain that represents Giriraj Govardhan and decorate it with tiny cows, grass, and other things. To honour Lord Krishna, devotees prepare a mountain of sweets and other offerings that represent a mountain. They also sing devotional songs in the praise of Lord Krishna.
The festival symbolizes that we should never underestimate our potential and should continue to have faith in the Almighty.