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Backend Indiamarks
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Name Image Year Date Type Description Action
Hartalika 2013
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2013-Sep-08
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Hartalika Teej is observed on 3rd day of Bhadrapada or Bhaadra month. Hartalika is a fasting festival for Hindu women (married or unmarried), celebrated for marital bliss and the well being of their husbands. The Bhadrapada or Bhaadra month marks the beginning of monsoon i.e. the rainy season in India. Hartalika is the celebration of growth and prosperity. It is a celebration of the renewal of the earth after a very hot and dry summer. Hartalika is usually observed in the month of August or September. However, Hartalika in 2013 will be observed on Sunday, 8th September. On this occasion women worship Goddess Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva) and they fast for the long life of their husband. It is believed that Devi Parvati underwent a penance and prayed continuously to show her devotion towards Lord Shiva and it was after 108 births and rebirths that he accepted her as his wife. Married women seek her blessings by honoring Devi Parvati and unmarried women imbibed by her spirit to be blessed by a husband like Lord Shiva. edit event delete event
Hariyali Teej 2016
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2016-Aug-05
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Haryali Teej is observed on 3rd day of Shravana month. Hariyali Teej is a fasting festival for Hindu women (married or unmarried), celebrated for marital bliss and the well being of their husbands. The Shravan month marks the beginning of monsoon i.e. the rainy season in India. The word “Hariyali” means “greenery” that is a symbol of growth and prosperity. Thus, Hariyali teej is the celebration on this greenery and growth. It is a celebration of the renewal of the earth after a very hot and dry summer. Haryali teej is usually observed in the month of July or August. However, Hariyali Teej in 2016 will be observed on Friday, 5th August. On this occasion women worship Goddess Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva) and they fast for the long life of their husband. It is believed that Devi Parvati underwent a penance and prayed continuously to show her devotion towards Lord Shiva and it was after 108 births and rebirths that he accepted her as his wife. Married women seek her blessings by honoring Devi Parvati and unmarried women imbibed by her spirit to be blessed by a husband like Lord Shiva. edit event delete event
Hariyali Teej 2015
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2015-Aug-17
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Haryali Teej is observed on 3rd day of Shravana month. Hariyali Teej is a fasting festival for Hindu women (married or unmarried), celebrated for marital bliss and the well being of their husbands. The Shravan month marks the beginning of monsoon i.e. the rainy season in India. The word “Hariyali” means “greenery” that is a symbol of growth and prosperity. Thus, Hariyali teej is the celebration on this greenery and growth. It is a celebration of the renewal of the earth after a very hot and dry summer. Haryali teej is usually observed in the month of July or August. However, Hariyali Teej in 2015 will be observed on Monday, 17th August. On this occasion women worship Goddess Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva) and they fast for the long life of their husband. It is believed that Devi Parvati underwent a penance and prayed continuously to show her devotion towards Lord Shiva and it was after 108 births and rebirths that he accepted her as his wife. Married women seek her blessings by honoring Devi Parvati and unmarried women imbibed by her spirit to be blessed by a husband like Lord Shiva. edit event delete event
Hariyali Teej 2014
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2014-Jul-30
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Haryali Teej is observed on 3rd day of Shravana month. Hariyali Teej is a fasting festival for Hindu women (married or unmarried), celebrated for marital bliss and the well being of their husbands. The Shravan month marks the beginning of monsoon i.e. the rainy season in India. The word “Hariyali” means “greenery” that is a symbol of growth and prosperity. Thus, Hariyali teej is the celebration on this greenery and growth. It is a celebration of the renewal of the earth after a very hot and dry summer. Haryali teej is usually observed in the month of July or August. However, Hariyali Teej in 2014 will be observed on Wednesday, 30th July. On this occasion women worship Goddess Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva) and they fast for the long life of their husband. It is believed that Devi Parvati underwent a penance and prayed continuously to show her devotion towards Lord Shiva and it was after 108 births and rebirths that he accepted her as his wife. Married women seek her blessings by honoring Devi Parvati and unmarried women imbibed by her spirit to be blessed by a husband like Lord Shiva. edit event delete event
Hariyali Teej 2013
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2013-Aug-09
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Haryali Teej is observed on 3rd day of Shravana month. Hariyali Teej is a fasting festival for Hindu women (married or unmarried), celebrated for marital bliss and the well being of their husbands. The Shravan month marks the beginning of monsoon i.e. the rainy season in India. The word “Hariyali” means “greenery” that is a symbol of growth and prosperity. Thus, Hariyali teej is the celebration on this greenery and growth. It is a celebration of the renewal of the earth after a very hot and dry summer. Haryali teej is usually observed in the month of July or August. However, Hariyali Teej in 2013 will be observed on Friday, 9th August. On this occasion women worship Goddess Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva) and they fast for the long life of their husband. It is believed that Devi Parvati underwent a penance and prayed continuously to show her devotion towards Lord Shiva and it was after 108 births and rebirths that he accepted her as his wife. Married women seek her blessings by honoring Devi Parvati and unmarried women imbibed by her spirit to be blessed by a husband like Lord Shiva. edit event delete event
Eid Ul Fitr 2016
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2016-Jul-05
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Eid Ul Fitr is the first day of the Shawwal month. Eid-ul-Fitr, also called Eid, is a celebration that marks the end of Ramzan / Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. Eid is an important religious festival celebrated by Muslim community all over the world. Sumptuous meals and delicacies are prepared for this day to break the fast. Eid feast to Muslim means what Christmas feast means to Christians. An array of delicious delicacies that comprises of non-vegetarian delights, variety of desserts and lot more. Eid-ul-Fitr is usually observed in the month of July or August. However, Eid Ul Fitr in 2016 will be observed on Tuesday, 5th July. The main celebration of Eid include offering Eid prayers, Namaz, visiting friends and family, preparing traditional delicacies, wearing new clothes, using perfumes (Itr) and giving gifts (called Eidi). edit event delete event
Eid Ul Fitr 2015
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2015-Jul-17
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Eid Ul Fitr is the first day of the Shawwal month. Eid-ul-Fitr, also called Eid, is a celebration that marks the end of Ramzan / Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. Eid is an important religious festival celebrated by Muslim community all over the world. Sumptuous meals and delicacies are prepared for this day to break the fast. Eid feast to Muslim means what Christmas feast means to Christians. An array of delicious delicacies that comprises of non-vegetarian delights, variety of desserts and lot more. Eid-ul-Fitr is usually observed in the month of July or August. However, Eid Ul Fitr in 2015 will be observed on Friday, 17th July. The main celebration of Eid include offering Eid prayers, Namaz, visiting friends and family, preparing traditional delicacies, wearing new clothes, using perfumes (Itr) and giving gifts (called Eidi). edit event delete event
Eid Ul Fitr 2014
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2014-Jul-28
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Eid Ul Fitr is the first day of the Shawwal month. Eid-ul-Fitr, also called Eid, is a celebration that marks the end of Ramzan / Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. Eid is an important religious festival celebrated by Muslim community all over the world. Sumptuous meals and delicacies are prepared for this day to break the fast. Eid feast to Muslim means what Christmas feast means to Christians. An array of delicious delicacies that comprises of non-vegetarian delights, variety of desserts and lot more. Eid-ul-Fitr is usually observed in the month of July or August. However, Eid Ul Fitr in 2014 will be observed on Monday, 28th July. The main celebration of Eid include offering Eid prayers, Namaz, visiting friends and family, preparing traditional delicacies, wearing new clothes, using perfumes (Itr) and giving gifts (called Eidi). edit event delete event
Eid Ul Fitr 2013
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2013-Aug-08
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Eid Ul Fitr is the first day of the Shawwal month. Eid-ul-Fitr, also called Eid, is a celebration that marks the end of Ramzan / Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. Eid is an important religious festival celebrated by Muslim community all over the world. Sumptuous meals and delicacies are prepared for this day to break the fast. Eid feast to Muslim means what Christmas feast means to Christians. An array of delicious delicacies that comprises of non-vegetarian delights, variety of desserts and lot more. Eid-ul-Fitr is usually observed in the month of July or August. However, Eid Ul Fitr in 2013 will be observed on Thursday, 8th August. The main celebration of Eid include offering Eid prayers, Namaz, visiting friends and family, preparing traditional delicacies, wearing new clothes, using perfumes (Itr) and giving gifts (called Eidi). edit event delete event
Guru Poornima 2016
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2016-Jul-19
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Guru Poornima falls on full moon day of Ashadh month. Guru Poornima is celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists all over the world in order to show respect to their respective Gurus (teachers and preachers). The word Guru is derived from two words namely; Gu and Ru. In Sanskrit, the word 'Gu' means darkness and 'Ru' means remover. So a Guru is someone who removes darkness. Guru Poornima is usually observed in the month of June or July. However, Guru Poornima is 2016 will fall on Tuesday, 19th July. Guru Poornima, according to Hindu mythology, is the day when Maharshi Vyas was born. He is the one who compiled four Vedas (Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva) and wrote 18 Purans. Guru Poornima, according to Buddhists, is a day when Gautam Buddha gave his first talk on religious subjects at Sarnath in Uttar Pradesh. edit event delete event
Guru Poornima 2015
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2015-Jul-31
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Guru Poornima falls on full moon day of Ashadh month. Guru Poornima is celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists all over the world in order to show respect to their respective Gurus (teachers and preachers). The word Guru is derived from two words namely; Gu and Ru. In Sanskrit, the word 'Gu' means darkness and 'Ru' means remover. So a Guru is someone who removes darkness. Guru Poornima is usually observed in the month of June or July. However, Guru Poornima is 2015 will fall on Friday, 31st July. Guru Poornima, according to Hindu mythology, is the day when Maharshi Vyas was born. He is the one who compiled four Vedas (Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva) and wrote 18 Purans. Guru Poornima, according to Buddhists, is a day when Gautam Buddha gave his first talk on religious subjects at Sarnath in Uttar Pradesh. edit event delete event
Guru Poornima 2014
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2014-Jul-12
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Guru Poornima falls on full moon day of Ashadh month. Guru Poornima is celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists all over the world in order to show respect to their respective Gurus (teachers and preachers). The word Guru is derived from two words namely; Gu and Ru. In Sanskrit, the word 'Gu' means darkness and 'Ru' means remover. So a Guru is someone who removes darkness. Guru Poornima is usually observed in the month of June or July. However, Guru Poornima is 2014 will fall on Saturday, 12th July. Guru Poornima, according to Hindu mythology, is the day when Maharshi Vyas was born. He is the one who compiled four Vedas (Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva) and wrote 18 Purans. Guru Poornima, according to Buddhists, is a day when Gautam Buddha gave his first talk on religious subjects at Sarnath in Uttar Pradesh. edit event delete event
Guru Poornima 2013
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2013-Jul-22
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Guru Poornima falls on full moon day of Ashadh month. Guru Poornima is celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists all over the world in order to show respect to their respective Gurus (teachers and preachers). The word Guru is derived from two words namely; Gu and Ru. In Sanskrit, the word 'Gu' means darkness and 'Ru' means remover. So a Guru is someone who removes darkness. Guru Poornima is usually observed in the month of June or July. However, Guru Poornima is 2013 will fall on Monday, 22nd July. Guru Poornima, according to Hindu mythology, is the day when Maharshi Vyas was born. He is the one who compiled four Vedas (Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva) and wrote 18 Purans. Guru Poornima, according to Buddhists, is a day when Gautam Buddha gave his first talk on religious subjects at Sarnath in Uttar Pradesh. edit event delete event
Jagannath Rath Yatra 2016
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2016-Jul-06
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Jagannath Rath Yatra begins on 2nd day of (Shukla paksha - bright fortnight) of Ashadh month. Jagannath Rath Yatra, also referred as Puri Rath Yatra, is an eight day long festival that takes place in Puri, Orissa. The Jagannath Rath Yatra of Puri is the oldest, grandest and most visited Rath yatra in the world. People outside India, also refer it as the Chariot Festival of Odhisa. On this day, Lord Jagannath of Puri is carried on his chariot to Gudicha Mata Temple and a huge procession throughout the city is carried out. Thousands of devotees and tourists ply in to get a glimpse of this massive temple festival of Odhisa. Jagannath Rath Yatra usually begin in the month of June or July. However, Jagannath Rath Yatra in 2016 will begin on Wednesday, 6th July and the festivities will continue till next eight days. In the procession you see three highly decorated chariots that belong to Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra respectively. On the way back from Gundicha Mata temple, the deities rest for seven days at Mausi Maa Temple, and then they return to their respective abode. edit event delete event
Jagannath Rath Yatra 2015
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2015-Jul-18
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Jagannath Rath Yatra begins on 2nd day of (Shukla paksha - bright fortnight) of Ashadh month. Jagannath Rath Yatra, also referred as Puri Rath Yatra, is an eight day long festival that takes place in Puri, Orissa. The Jagannath Rath Yatra of Puri is the oldest, grandest and most visited Rath yatra in the world. People outside India, also refer it as the Chariot Festival of Odhisa. On this day, Lord Jagannath of Puri is carried on his chariot to Gudicha Mata Temple and a huge procession throughout the city is carried out. Thousands of devotees and tourists ply in to get a glimpse of this massive temple festival of Odhisa. Jagannath Rath Yatra usually begin in the month of June or July. However, Jagannath Rath Yatra in 2015 will begin on Saturday, 18th July and the festivities will continue till next eight days. In the procession you see three highly decorated chariots that belong to Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra respectively. On the way back from Gundicha Mata temple, the deities rest for seven days at Mausi Maa Temple, and then they return to their respective abode. edit event delete event
Jagannath Rath Yatra 2014
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2014-Jun-29
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Jagannath Rath Yatra begins on 2nd day of (Shukla paksha - bright fortnight) of Ashadh month. Jagannath Rath Yatra, also referred as Puri Rath Yatra, is an eight day long festival that takes place in Puri, Orissa. The Jagannath Rath Yatra of Puri is the oldest, grandest and most visited Rath yatra in the world. People outside India, also refer it as the Chariot Festival of Odhisa. On this day, Lord Jagannath of Puri is carried on his chariot to Gudicha Mata Temple and a huge procession throughout the city is carried out. Thousands of devotees and tourists ply in to get a glimpse of this massive temple festival of Odhisa. Jagannath Rath Yatra usually begin in the month of June or July. However, Jagannath Rath Yatra in 2014 will begin on Sunday, 29th June and the festivities will continue till next eight days. In the procession you see three highly decorated chariots that belong to Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra respectively. On the way back from Gundicha Mata temple, the deities rest for seven days at Mausi Maa Temple, and then they return to their respective abode. edit event delete event
Jagannath Rath Yatra 2013
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2013-Jul-10
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Jagannath Rath Yatra begins on 2nd day of (Shukla paksha - bright fortnight) of Ashadh month. Jagannath Rath Yatra, also referred as Puri Rath Yatra, is an eight day long festival that takes place in Puri, Orissa. The Jagannath Rath Yatra of Puri is the oldest, grandest and most visited Rath yatra in the world. People outside India, also refer it as the Chariot Festival of Odhisa. On this day, Lord Jagannath of Puri is carried on his chariot to Gudicha Mata Temple and a huge procession throughout the city is carried out. Thousands of devotees and tourists ply in to get a glimpse of this massive temple festival of Odhisa. Jagannath Rath Yatra usually begin in the month of June or July. However, Jagannath Rath Yatra in 2013 will begin on Wednesday, 10th July and the festivities will continue till next eight days. In the procession you see three highly decorated chariots that belong to Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra respectively. On the way back from Gundicha Mata temple, the deities rest for seven days at Mausi Maa Temple, and then they return to their respective abode. edit event delete event
Ramadan 2016
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2016-Jun-06
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Ramadan is ninth and the holiest month of the year. Ramadan, also known as Ramazan, is the ninth month of Muslim Year also referred as the month of fasting. Muslims all over the world fast for the entire month and do not eat or drink anything from sunrise to sunset. On one hand it is a month of fasting, prayers and religious activities and on the other hand it is a month to relish on the delicious cuisine. During the month of Ramadan / Ramazan, people of the Muslim community visit Mosques daily and pray for their well-being. Ramadan is the month when fasting is mandatory for adult Muslims. However it excludes people who are traveling, ill, pregnant, diabetic or going through menstrual bleeding. Ramadan begins on the same day every year as per the Islamic calendar. The dates on Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. However Ramadan in 2016 will begin from Monday, 6th June. Suhoor and Iftar are an important part of Ramadan month. Suhoor refers to pre-fast meal in the morning and Iftar refers to the fast-breaking meal. In between Suhoor and Iftar, consuming food, drinks, alcohol, cigarettes etc. is strictly prohibited. Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan and beginning of next Islamic calendar month. edit event delete event
Ramadan 2015
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2015-Jun-18
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Ramadan is ninth and the holiest month of the year. Ramadan, also known as Ramazan, is the ninth month of Muslim Year also referred as the month of fasting. Muslims all over the world fast for the entire month and do not eat or drink anything from sunrise to sunset. On one hand it is a month of fasting, prayers and religious activities and on the other hand it is a month to relish on the delicious cuisine. During the month of Ramadan / Ramazan, people of the Muslim community visit Mosques daily and pray for their well-being. Ramadan is the month when fasting is mandatory for adult Muslims. However it excludes people who are traveling, ill, pregnant, diabetic or going through menstrual bleeding. Ramadan begins on the same day every year as per the Islamic calendar. The dates on Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. However Ramadan in 2015 will begin from Thursday, 18th June. Suhoor and Iftar are an important part of Ramadan month. Suhoor refers to pre-fast meal in the morning and Iftar refers to the fast-breaking meal. In between Suhoor and Iftar, consuming food, drinks, alcohol, cigarettes etc. is strictly prohibited. Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan and beginning of next Islamic calendar month. edit event delete event
Ramadan 2014
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2014-Jun-28
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Ramadan is ninth and the holiest month of the year. Ramadan, also known as Ramazan, is the ninth month of Muslim Year also referred as the month of fasting. Muslims all over the world fast for the entire month and do not eat or drink anything from sunrise to sunset. On one hand it is a month of fasting, prayers and religious activities and on the other hand it is a month to relish on the delicious cuisine. During the month of Ramadan / Ramazan, people of the Muslim community visit Mosques daily and pray for their well-being. Ramadan is the month when fasting is mandatory for adult Muslims. However it excludes people who are traveling, ill, pregnant, diabetic or going through menstrual bleeding. Ramadan begins on the same day every year as per the Islamic calendar. The dates on Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. However Ramadan in 2014 will begin from Saturday, 28th June. Suhoor and Iftar are an important part of Ramadan month. Suhoor refers to pre-fast meal in the morning and Iftar refers to the fast-breaking meal. In between Suhoor and Iftar, consuming food, drinks, alcohol, cigarettes etc. is strictly prohibited. Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan and beginning of next Islamic calendar month. edit event delete event
Ramadan 2013
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2013-Jul-09
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Ramadan is ninth and the holiest month of the year. Ramadan, also known as Ramazan, is the ninth month of Muslim Year also referred as the month of fasting. Muslims all over the world fast for the entire month and do not eat or drink anything from sunrise to sunset. On one hand it is a month of fasting, prayers and religious activities and on the other hand it is a month to relish on the delicious cuisine. During the month of Ramadan / Ramazan, people of the Muslim community visit Mosques daily and pray for their well-being. Ramadan is the month when fasting is mandatory for adult Muslims. However it excludes people who are traveling, ill, pregnant, diabetic or going through menstrual bleeding. Ramadan begins on the same day every year as per the Islamic calendar. The dates on Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. However Ramadan in 2013 will begin from Tuesday, 9th July. Suhoor and Iftar are an important part of Ramadan month. Suhoor refers to pre-fast meal in the morning and Iftar refers to the fast-breaking meal. In between Suhoor and Iftar, consuming food, drinks, alcohol, cigarettes etc. is strictly prohibited. Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan and beginning of next Islamic calendar month. edit event delete event
Vat Savitri 2016
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2016-Jun-04
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Vat Savitri falls on full moon day of Jesht month. Vat Savitri also known as Vat Poornima is a holy festival observed by married women in the states of Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Orissa, Maharashtra and some parts of Uttar Pradesh. Women in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu celebrate this day as Karadaiyan Nonbu. On this day, married women observe fast in order to pray for long life of their husbands. Vat Savitri or Vat Poornima usually falls in either first or second half of June. However, Vat Savitri in 2016 will fall on Saturday, 4th June. Main ritual on third day is tying a cotton thread around a banyan tree, known as Vat in India. On this day, women across the country gather around a banyan tree nearby and sing devotional songs while tying the thread. The day is celebrated to honour Savitri, the legendary wife of Satyavan who escaped death for her husband's life. It is believed that when Satyavan died an un-natural death, Savitri prayed continuously for three days. Seeing upon her dedication and devotion Yamraj (the God of Death) returned her husband's life. Since then it has become a tradition for women to observe fast on this day and pray for longevity of their husbands. edit event delete event
Vat Savitri 2015
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2015-May-17
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Vat Savitri falls on full moon day of Jesht month. Vat Savitri also known as Vat Poornima is a holy festival observed by married women in the states of Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Orissa, Maharashtra and some parts of Uttar Pradesh. Women in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu celebrate this day as Karadaiyan Nonbu. On this day, married women observe fast in order to pray for long life of their husbands. Vat Savitri or Vat Poornima usually falls in either first or second half of June. However, Vat Savitri in 2015 will fall on Sunday, 17th May. Main ritual on third day is tying a cotton thread around a banyan tree, known as Vat in India. On this day, women across the country gather around a banyan tree nearby and sing devotional songs while tying the thread. The day is celebrated to honour Savitri, the legendary wife of Satyavan who escaped death for her husband's life. It is believed that when Satyavan died an un-natural death, Savitri prayed continuously for three days. Seeing upon her dedication and devotion Yamraj (the God of Death) returned her husband's life. Since then it has become a tradition for women to observe fast on this day and pray for longevity of their husbands. edit event delete event
Vat Savitri 2014
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2014-May-28
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Vat Savitri falls on full moon day of Jesht month. Vat Savitri also known as Vat Poornima is a holy festival observed by married women in the states of Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Orissa, Maharashtra and some parts of Uttar Pradesh. Women in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu celebrate this day as Karadaiyan Nonbu. On this day, married women observe fast in order to pray for long life of their husbands. Vat Savitri or Vat Poornima usually falls in either first or second half of June. However, Vat Savitri in 2014 will fall on Wednesday, 28th May. Main ritual on third day is tying a cotton thread around a banyan tree, known as Vat in India. On this day, women across the country gather around a banyan tree nearby and sing devotional songs while tying the thread. The day is celebrated to honour Savitri, the legendary wife of Satyavan who escaped death for her husband's life. It is believed that when Satyavan died an un-natural death, Savitri prayed continuously for three days. Seeing upon her dedication and devotion Yamraj (the God of Death) returned her husband's life. Since then it has become a tradition for women to observe fast on this day and pray for longevity of their husbands. edit event delete event
Vat Savitri 2013
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2013-Jun-08
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Vat Savitri falls on full moon day of Jesht month. Vat Savitri also known as Vat Poornima is a holy festival observed by married women in the states of Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Orissa, Maharashtra and some parts of Uttar Pradesh. Women in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu celebrate this day as Karadaiyan Nonbu. On this day, married women observe fast in order to pray for long life of their husbands. Vat Savitri or Vat Poornima usually falls in either first or second half of June. However, Vat Savitri in 2013 will fall on Saturday, 8th June. Main ritual on third day is tying a cotton thread around a banyan tree, known as Vat in India. On this day, women across the country gather around a banyan tree nearby and sing devotional songs while tying the thread. The day is celebrated to honour Savitri, the legendary wife of Satyavan who escaped death for her husband's life. It is believed that when Satyavan died an un-natural death, Savitri prayed continuously for three days. Seeing upon her dedication and devotion Yamraj (the God of Death) returned her husband's life. Since then it has become a tradition for women to observe fast on this day and pray for longevity of their husbands. edit event delete event
Buddha Poornima 2016
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2016-May-21
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Buddha Poorma falls on the full moon day of Baisakh / Vaishakh month. Buddha Poornima is an international festival celebrated by Buddhists all over the world. The only difference is that it is known by different names. It is one of the widest celebrated festival in the world. The countries where you can see grand celebrations are Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and the South East Asian countries of Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Indonesia. Buddha Poornima, is usually observed in the month of April or May. However, Buddha Poornima in 2016 will be observed on Saturday, 21st May. Buddha Poornima marks the birth, enlightenment and death of Gautam Buddha. The day begins with lots of festivities that include, visiting temples, offering prayers and carrying out processions. Buddhists from all parts of the globe come and visit Bodh Gaya (in Bihar), Lumbini (in Nepal) and Kushinagar (in Uttar Pradesh). Bodh Gaya is the place where Gautam Buddha obtained Enlightenment, Lumbini is the place where Gautam Buddha was born and Kushinagar is the place where Gautam Buddha died at the age of 40. edit event delete event
Buddha Poornima 2015
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2015-May-04
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Buddha Poorma falls on the full moon day of Baisakh / Vaishakh month. Buddha Poornima is an international festival celebrated by Buddhists all over the world. The only difference is that it is known by different names. It is one of the widest celebrated festival in the world. The countries where you can see grand celebrations are Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and the South East Asian countries of Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Indonesia. Buddha Poornima, is usually observed in the month of April or May. However, Buddha Poornima in 2015 will be observed on Monday, 4th May. Buddha Poornima marks the birth, enlightenment and death of Gautam Buddha. The day begins with lots of festivities that include, visiting temples, offering prayers and carrying out processions. Buddhists from all parts of the globe come and visit Bodh Gaya (in Bihar), Lumbini (in Nepal) and Kushinagar (in Uttar Pradesh). Bodh Gaya is the place where Gautam Buddha obtained Enlightenment, Lumbini is the place where Gautam Buddha was born and Kushinagar is the place where Gautam Buddha died at the age of 40. edit event delete event
Buddha Poornima 2014
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2014-May-14
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Buddha Poorma falls on the full moon day of Baisakh / Vaishakh month. Buddha Poornima is an international festival celebrated by Buddhists all over the world. The only difference is that it is known by different names. It is one of the widest celebrated festival in the world. The countries where you can see grand celebrations are Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and the South East Asian countries of Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Indonesia. Buddha Poornima, is usually observed in the month of April or May. However, Buddha Poornima in 2014 will be observed on Wednesday, 14th May. Buddha Poornima marks the birth, enlightenment and death of Gautam Buddha. The day begins with lots of festivities that include, visiting temples, offering prayers and carrying out processions. Buddhists from all parts of the globe come and visit Bodh Gaya (in Bihar), Lumbini (in Nepal) and Kushinagar (in Uttar Pradesh). Bodh Gaya is the place where Gautam Buddha obtained Enlightenment, Lumbini is the place where Gautam Buddha was born and Kushinagar is the place where Gautam Buddha died at the age of 40. edit event delete event
Buddha Poornima 2013
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2013-May-25
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Buddha Poorma falls on the full moon day of Baisakh / Vaishakh month. Buddha Poornima is an international festival celebrated by Buddhists all over the world. The only difference is that it is known by different names. It is one of the widest celebrated festival in the world. The countries where you can see grand celebrations are Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and the South East Asian countries of Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Indonesia. Buddha Poornima, is usually observed in the month of April or May. However, Buddha Poornima in 2013 will be observed on Saturday, 25th May. Buddha Poornima marks the birth, enlightenment and death of Gautam Buddha. The day begins with lots of festivities that include, visiting temples, offering prayers and carrying out processions. Buddhists from all parts of the globe come and visit Bodh Gaya (in Bihar), Lumbini (in Nepal) and Kushinagar (in Uttar Pradesh). Bodh Gaya is the place where Gautam Buddha obtained Enlightenment, Lumbini is the place where Gautam Buddha was born and Kushinagar is the place where Gautam Buddha died at the age of 40. edit event delete event
Akshaya Tritiya 2016
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2016-May-09
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Akshaya Tritiya is celebrated on third day of bright moon (Shukla paksha) of Vaishakha / Baisakh month. Akshaya Tritiya, also known as 'Akha Teej', is the most auspicious day in Hindu and Jain community of India. The day also marks the birth anniversary 'Lord Parasurama', who is the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Another legend says that Akshaya Tritiya marks the day when Lord Ganesha and Rishi Ved Vyas started writing 'Mahabharata'. Akshaya Tritiya is usually observed in late April or early May. However, Akshaya Tritiya in 2016 will be observed on Monday, 9th May. The name of the festival describes the planetary position of Sun, Moon and Jupiter. On this day all three unanimously come under 'Mrigshira Nakshatra'. Akshaya Tritiya is considered highly auspicious and is believed to bring lot of good luck and prosperity. It is also a day of eternal success and many people buy gold or property on this day. edit event delete event