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Vasant Navratri 2013
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2013-Apr-11
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Vasant Navratri or Chaitra Navratri begins from the first day (navami) of Chaitra month. Vasant Navratri, also known as 'Chaitra Navratri', 'Basant Navratri', marks the Hindu New Year. It is a nine day long festival beginning on first day of Chaitra month and ends on the ninth day which is also celebrated as the Birthday of Lord Rama. Vasant Navratri is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Vasant Navratri in 2013 will begin on Thursday, 11th April and will continue for 8days until Friday, 19th April. During these nine days, devotees all across the country worship Maa Durga (Goddess of power), Maa Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth & prosperity) and Maa Saraswati (Goddess of knowledge). The Vasant Navratri is usuallyobserved in the Northern part of India, specifically in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Uttarakhand. edit event delete event
Ram Navami 2016
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2016-Apr-15
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ram Navami falls on ninth day (navmi) of Chaitra month. Ram Navami, also known as ‘Srirama Navami’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Ram Navami in 2016 will be observed on Friday, 15th April. The festival marks Lord Rama's Birthday. Ram Navami is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Ram Navami, in India, is a public holiday. Ram Navami is an important day for Lord Rama's worshipers. Celebrations on this day begin with prayers and observing fast. The best place to see the festivities in full swing is Ayodhya, the city where Lord Rama was born. The whole city is decorated with illumination lights and garlands of flowers. The procession of decorated chariots is what you should not miss. These chariots are the highlights of the grand celebrations. The dates of Ram Navami vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars are based on the Solar cycle. It is one of India’s most joyous and fun-filled festival which promotes the message of happiness and victory of good over evil." edit event delete event
Ram Navami 2015
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2015-Mar-28
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ram Navami falls on ninth day (navmi) of Chaitra month. Ram Navami, also known as ‘Srirama Navami’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Ram Navami in 2015 will be observed on Saturday, 28th March. The festival marks Lord Rama's Birthday. Ram Navami is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Ram Navami, in India, is a public holiday. Ram Navami is an important day for Lord Rama's worshipers. Celebrations on this day begin with prayers and observing fast. The best place to see the festivities in full swing is Ayodhya, the city where Lord Rama was born. The whole city is decorated with illumination lights and garlands of flowers. The procession of decorated chariots is what you should not miss. These chariots are the highlights of the grand celebrations. The dates of Ram Navami vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars are based on the Solar cycle. It is one of India’s most joyous and fun-filled festival which promotes the message of happiness and victory of good over evil." edit event delete event
Ram Navami 2014
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2014-Apr-08
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ram Navami falls on ninth day (navmi) of Chaitra month. Ram Navami, also known as ‘Srirama Navami’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Ram Navami in 2014 will be observed on Tuesday, 8th April. The festival marks Lord Rama's Birthday. Ram Navami is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Ram Navami, in India, is a public holiday. Ram Navami is an important day for Lord Rama's worshipers. Celebrations on this day begin with prayers and observing fast. The best place to see the festivities in full swing is Ayodhya, the city where Lord Rama was born. The whole city is decorated with illumination lights and garlands of flowers. The procession of decorated chariots is what you should not miss. These chariots are the highlights of the grand celebrations. The dates of Ram Navami vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars are based on the Solar cycle. It is one of India’s most joyous and fun-filled festival which promotes the message of happiness and victory of good over evil." edit event delete event
Ram Navami 2013
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2013-Apr-20
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ram Navami falls on ninth day (navmi) of Chaitra month. Ram Navami, also known as ‘Srirama Navami’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Ram Navami in 2013 will be observed on Saturday, 20th April. The festival marks Lord Rama's Birthday. Ram Navami is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Ram Navami, in India, is a public holiday. Ram Navami is an important day for Lord Rama's worshipers. Celebrations on this day begin with prayers and observing fast. The best place to see the festivities in full swing is Ayodhya, the city where Lord Rama was born. The whole city is decorated with illumination lights and garlands of flowers. The procession of decorated chariots is what you should not miss. These chariots are the highlights of the grand celebrations. The dates of Ram Navami vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars are based on the Solar cycle. It is one of India’s most joyous and fun-filled festival which promotes the message of happiness and victory of good over evil. edit event delete event
Amalaki Ekadashi 2016
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2016-Mar-18
Festival As per Hindu calendar, the Amalaki Ekadashi falls on the 11th day of Phalgun month. Amalaki Ekadashi, also known as ‘Amalaka Ekadashi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of February or March. However, Amalaki Ekadashi in 2016 will be observed on Friday, 18th March. The festival marks the celebration of Amalaka or Amala Tree also known as Indian gooseberry. Amalaki Ekadashi is primarily observed in India, specifically in the state of Maharashtra. The day also marks the beginning of the main celebrations of the festival of Holi. The main attraction or the ritual of the festival is worshiping Amala Tree and Lord Vishnu. The day starts with ritual bath followed by prayers. Some devotes observe a day long fast and pray for prosperity, wealth and health. The dates of Amalaki Ekadashi vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars are based on the solar cycle. edit event delete event
Amalaki Ekadashi 2015
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2015-Mar-01
Festival As per Hindu calendar, the Amalaki Ekadashi falls on the 11th day of Phalgun month. Amalaki Ekadashi, also known as ‘Amalaka Ekadashi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of February or March. However, Amalaki Ekadashi in 2015 will be observed on Sunday, 1st March. The festival marks the celebration of Amalaka or Amala Tree also known as Indian gooseberry. Amalaki Ekadashi is primarily observed in India, specifically in the state of Maharashtra. The day also marks the beginning of the main celebrations of the festival of Holi. The main attraction or the ritual of the festival is worshiping Amala Tree and Lord Vishnu. The day starts with ritual bath followed by prayers. Some devotes observe a day long fast and pray for prosperity, wealth and health. The dates of Amalaki Ekadashi vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars are based on the solar cycle. edit event delete event
Amalaki Ekadashi 2014
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2014-Mar-12
Festival As per Hindu calendar, the Amalaki Ekadashi falls on the 11th day of Phalgun month. Amalaki Ekadashi, also known as ‘Amalaka Ekadashi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of February or March. However, Amalaki Ekadashi in 2014 will be observed on Wednesday, 12th March. The festival marks the celebration of Amalaka or Amala Tree also known as Indian gooseberry. Amalaki Ekadashi is primarily observed in India, specifically in the state of Maharashtra. The day also marks the beginning of the main celebrations of the festival of Holi. The main attraction or the ritual of the festival is worshiping Amala Tree and Lord Vishnu. The day starts with ritual bath followed by prayers. Some devotes observe a day long fast and pray for prosperity, wealth and health. The dates of Amalaki Ekadashi vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars are based on the solar cycle. edit event delete event
Amalaki Ekadashi 2013
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2013-Mar-23
Festival As per Hindu calendar, the Amalaki Ekadashi falls on the 11th day of Phalgun month. Amalaki Ekadashi, also known as ‘Amalaka Ekadashi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of February or March. However, Amalaki Ekadashi in 2013 will be observed on Saturday, 23rd March. The festival marks the celebration of Amalaka or Amala Tree also known as Indian gooseberry. Amalaki Ekadashi is primarily observed in India, specifically in the state of Maharashtra. The day also marks the beginning of the main celebrations of the festival of Holi. The main attraction or the ritual of the festival is worshiping Amala Tree and Lord Vishnu. The day starts with ritual bath followed by prayers. Some devotes observe a day long fast and pray for prosperity, wealth and health. The dates of Amalaki Ekadashi vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars are based on the solar cycle. edit event delete event
Arattupuzha Pooram 2016
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2016-Mar-22
Festival Arattupuzha Pooram is one of the oldest and most grandest temple festival celebrated in Kerala. Arattupuzha Pooram, is a seven day long temple festival which is celebrated in a small village named Arattupuzha located near Puthukkad in Thrissur district of Kerala in southern India. Arattupuzha Pooram in 2016 will begin on Tuesday, 22nd March and will last for seven days. The annual celebrations of Arattupuzha Pooram include 100s of elephants adorned with precious ornaments and lined up in rows near the temple. Legends say that Arattupuzha was the meeting place of all the Gods of the world. The village of Arattupuzha is located near the banks of Karuvannur river, Arattupuzha Pooram is also referred to as the "grand-daddy of all Poorams." It is all because of the grand festivities and celebrations. Tourists from all parts of the country and abroad eye upon great celebrations and become a part of it. The most captivating sight at the festivals are the decorated elephants. edit event delete event
Arattupuzha Pooram 2015
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2015-Apr-01
Festival Arattupuzha Pooram is one of the oldest and most grandest temple festival celebrated in Kerala. Arattupuzha Pooram, is a seven day long temple festival which is celebrated in a small village named Arattupuzha located near Puthukkad in Thrissur district of Kerala in southern India. Arattupuzha Pooram in 2015 will begin on Wednesday, 1st April and will last for seven days. The annual celebrations of Arattupuzha Pooram include 100s of elephants adorned with precious ornaments and lined up in rows near the temple. Legends say that Arattupuzha was the meeting place of all the Gods of the world. The village of Arattupuzha is located near the banks of Karuvannur river, Arattupuzha Pooram is also referred to as the "grand-daddy of all Poorams." It is all because of the grand festivities and celebrations. Tourists from all parts of the country and abroad eye upon great celebrations and become a part of it. The most captivating sight at the festivals are the decorated elephants. edit event delete event
Arattupuzha Pooram 2014
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2014-Mar-15
Festival Arattupuzha Pooram is one of the oldest and most grandest temple festival celebrated in Kerala. Arattupuzha Pooram, is a seven day long temple festival which is celebrated in a small village named Arattupuzha located near Puthukkad in Thrissur district of Kerala in southern India. Arattupuzha Pooram in 2014 will begin on Saturday, 15th March and will last for seven days. The annual celebrations of Arattupuzha Pooram include 100s of elephants adorned with precious ornaments and lined up in rows near the temple. Legends say that Arattupuzha was the meeting place of all the Gods of the world. The village of Arattupuzha is located near the banks of Karuvannur river, Arattupuzha Pooram is also referred to as the "grand-daddy of all Poorams." It is all because of the grand festivities and celebrations. Tourists from all parts of the country and abroad eye upon great celebrations and become a part of it. The most captivating sight at the festivals are the decorated elephants. edit event delete event
Arattupuzha Pooram 2013
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2013-Mar-25
Festival Arattupuzha Pooram is one of the oldest and most grandest temple festival celebrated in Kerala. Arattupuzha Pooram, is a seven day long temple festival which is celebrated in a small village named Arattupuzha located near Puthukkad in Thrissur district of Kerala in southern India. Arattupuzha Pooram in 2013 will begin on Monday, 25th March and will last for seven days. The annual celebrations of Arattupuzha Pooram include 100s of elephants adorned with precious ornaments and lined up in rows near the temple. Legends say that Arattupuzha was the meeting place of all the Gods of the world. The village of Arattupuzha is located near the banks of Karuvannur river, Arattupuzha Pooram is also referred to as the "grand-daddy of all Poorams." It is all because of the grand festivities and celebrations. Tourists from all parts of the country and abroad eye upon great celebrations and become a part of it. The most captivating sight at the festivals are the decorated elephants. edit event delete event
Thirunakkara Arattu 2016
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2016-Mar-14
Festival As per Malayalam Calender, the festival begins on the first day of Meenam month. Thirunakkara Arattu, also known as the 'temple festival' in Kerala, is a 10 day long festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Thirunakkara Arattu in 2016 will begin on Monday, 14th March and will last till 23th March. The festival is celebrated at Thirunakkara Mahadeva Temple located in Kerala's Kottayam district. The celebrations and the festivities continue for 10 days and are equally enjoyed by everyone regardless of the caste or creed. Thirunakkara Arattu is one of the most important of all temple festivals celebrated in Kerala, the God's Own Country'. Each year thousands of tourists from all parts of India and abroad come here to get a glimpse of grand celebrations. The main attraction of the festival is the vibrant mix of local arts and religious ceremonies. Apart from this social gatherings, cultural events and sumptuous feast are also very popular. The dates of Thirunakkara Arattu vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Malayalam calender and Malayalam calenders are based on the Solar cycle. edit event delete event
Thirunakkara Arattu 2015
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2015-Mar-15
Festival As per Malayalam Calender, the festival begins on the first day of Meenam month. Thirunakkara Arattu, also known as the 'temple festival' in Kerala, is a 10 day long festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Thirunakkara Arattu in 2015 will begin on Sunday, 15th March and will last till 24th March. The festival is celebrated at Thirunakkara Mahadeva Temple located in Kerala's Kottayam district. The celebrations and the festivities continue for 10 days and are equally enjoyed by everyone regardless of the caste or creed. Thirunakkara Arattu is one of the most important of all temple festivals celebrated in Kerala, the God's Own Country'. Each year thousands of tourists from all parts of India and abroad come here to get a glimpse of grand celebrations. The main attraction of the festival is the vibrant mix of local arts and religious ceremonies. Apart from this social gatherings, cultural events and sumptuous feast are also very popular. The dates of Thirunakkara Arattu vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Malayalam calender and Malayalam calenders are based on the Solar cycle. edit event delete event
Thirunakkara Arattu 2014
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2014-Mar-15
Festival As per Malayalam Calender, the festival begins on the first day of Meenam month. Thirunakkara Arattu, also known as the 'temple festival' in Kerala, is a 10 day long festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Thirunakkara Arattu in 2014 will begin on Sarurday, 15th March and will last till 24th March. The festival is celebrated at Thirunakkara Mahadeva Temple located in Kerala's Kottayam district. The celebrations and the festivities continue for 10 days and are equally enjoyed by everyone regardless of the caste or creed. Thirunakkara Arattu is one of the most important of all temple festivals celebrated in Kerala, the God's Own Country'. Each year thousands of tourists from all parts of India and abroad come here to get a glimpse of grand celebrations. The main attraction of the festival is the vibrant mix of local arts and religious ceremonies. Apart from this social gatherings, cultural events and sumptuous feast are also very popular. The dates of Thirunakkara Arattu vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Malayalam calender and Malayalam calenders are based on the Solar cycle. edit event delete event
Thirunakkara Arattu 2013
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2013-Mar-15
Festival As per Malayalam Calender, the festival begins on the first day of Meenam month. Thirunakkara Arattu, also known as the 'temple festival' in Kerala, is a 10 day long festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Thirunakkara Arattu in 2013 will begin on Friday, 15th March and will last till 24th March. The festival is celebrated at Thirunakkara Mahadeva Temple located in Kerala's Kottayam district. The celebrations and the festivities continue for 10 days and are equally enjoyed by everyone regardless of the caste or creed. Thirunakkara Arattu is one of the most important of all temple festivals celebrated in Kerala, the God's Own Country'. Each year thousands of tourists from all parts of India and abroad come here to get a glimpse of grand celebrations. The main attraction of the festival is the vibrant mix of local arts and religious ceremonies. Apart from this social gatherings, cultural events and sumptuous feast are also very popular. The dates of Thirunakkara Arattu vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Malayalam calender and Malayalam calenders are based on the Solar cycle." edit event delete event
Gudi Padwa 2016
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2016-Apr-08
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Gudi Padwai falls on first day of the Chaitra month. Gudi Padwa, also written as as ‘Gudhi Padwa’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Gudi Padwa in 2016 will be observed on Friday, 8th April. The festival marks the beginning of New year. It is basically observed by Maharashtrians and Konkanis of Deccan region in India. Marathi Hindus and Konkanis celebrate this day with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. The main attraction of the festival are social gatherings and off-course sumptuous feast. The day begins with prayers and sticking gudi. Hanging Gudi is one of the main ritual of the day. Gudi symbolizes victory of Maratha forces led by Chhatrapati Shivaji. A Gudi is a piece of cloth (green, yellow or red in color) That is tied on a long bamboo along with mango leaves, neem leaves, a garland of flowers and gaathi (sugar crystals). A small copper or silver pot is placed over it in inverted position. The dates of Gudi Padwa vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calender and Hindu calenders are based on the Solar cycle. This day is celebrated as New year in several other parts of India under different names. Like in Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka it is celebrated as 'Ugadi', in Rajasthan it is celebrated as 'Thapna' and Sindhis celebrated this day as 'Cheti Chand'. edit event delete event
Gudi Padwa 2015
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2015-Mar-21
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Gudi Padwai falls on first day of the Chaitra month. Gudi Padwa, also written as as ‘Gudhi Padwa’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Gudi Padwa in 2015 will be observed on Saturday, 21st March. The festival marks the beginning of New year. It is basically observed by Maharashtrians and Konkanis of Deccan region in India. Marathi Hindus and Konkanis celebrate this day with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. The main attraction of the festival are social gatherings and off-course sumptuous feast. The day begins with prayers and sticking gudi. Hanging Gudi is one of the main ritual of the day. Gudi symbolizes victory of Maratha forces led by Chhatrapati Shivaji. A Gudi is a piece of cloth (green, yellow or red in color) That is tied on a long bamboo along with mango leaves, neem leaves, a garland of flowers and gaathi (sugar crystals). A small copper or silver pot is placed over it in inverted position. The dates of Gudi Padwa vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calender and Hindu calenders are based on the Solar cycle. This day is celebrated as New year in several other parts of India under different names. Like in Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka it is celebrated as 'Ugadi', in Rajasthan it is celebrated as 'Thapna' and Sindhis celebrated this day as 'Cheti Chand'. edit event delete event
Gudi Padwa 2014
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2014-Mar-31
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Gudi Padwai falls on first day of the Chaitra month. Gudi Padwa, also written as as ‘Gudhi Padwa’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Gudi Padwa in 2014 will be observed on Monday, 31st March. The festival marks the beginning of New year. It is basically observed by Maharashtrians and Konkanis of Deccan region in India. Marathi Hindus and Konkanis celebrate this day with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. The main attraction of the festival are social gatherings and off-course sumptuous feast. The day begins with prayers and sticking gudi. Hanging Gudi is one of the main ritual of the day. Gudi symbolizes victory of Maratha forces led by Chhatrapati Shivaji. A Gudi is a piece of cloth (green, yellow or red in color) That is tied on a long bamboo along with mango leaves, neem leaves, a garland of flowers and gaathi (sugar crystals). A small copper or silver pot is placed over it in inverted position. The dates of Gudi Padwa vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calender and Hindu calenders are based on the Solar cycle. This day is celebrated as New year in several other parts of India under different names. Like in Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka it is celebrated as 'Ugadi', in Rajasthan it is celebrated as 'Thapna' and Sindhis celebrated this day as 'Cheti Chand'. edit event delete event
Gudi Padwa 2013
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2013-Apr-11
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Gudi Padwai falls on first day of the Chaitra month. Gudi Padwa, also written as as ‘Gudhi Padwa’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Gudi Padwa in 2013 will be observed on Thursday, 11th April. The festival marks the beginning of New year. It is basically observed by Maharashtrians and Konkanis of Deccan region in India. Marathi Hindus and Konkanis celebrate this day with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. The main attraction of the festival are social gatherings and off-course sumptuous feast. The day begins with prayers and sticking gudi. Hanging Gudi is one of the main ritual of the day. Gudi symbolizes victory of Maratha forces led by Chhatrapati Shivaji. A Gudi is a piece of cloth (green, yellow or red in color) That is tied on a long bamboo along with mango leaves, neem leaves, a garland of flowers and gaathi (sugar crystals). A small copper or silver pot is placed over it in inverted position. The dates of Gudi Padwa vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calender and Hindu calenders are based on the Solar cycle. This day is celebrated as New year in several other parts of India under different names. Like in Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka it is celebrated as 'Ugadi', in Rajasthan it is celebrated as 'Thapna' and Sindhis celebrated this day as 'Cheti Chand'. edit event delete event
Ugadi 2016
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2016-Apr-08
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Ugadi falls on first day of Chaitra month. Ugadi, also known as ‘Yugadi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April However, Ugadi in 2016 will be observed on Friday, 8th April. The festival marks the beginning of New year. It is basically observed by people of Deccan region in India. States like Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh celebrate the festival with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. The main attraction of the festival are social gatherings and off-course sumptuous feast. The day begins with oil bath followed by prayers. Tourists from all parts of the country ply in to see the processions organized by temples in Andhra Padesh and Karnataka specifically. The dates of Ugadi festival vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calender and Hindu calenders are based on the Solar cycle. This day is celebrated as New year in several other parts of India under different names. Like in Maharashtra it is celebrated as 'Gudi Padwa', in Rajasthan it is celebrated as 'Thapna' and Sindhis celebrated this day as 'Cheti Chand'. edit event delete event
Ugadi 2015
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2015-Mar-21
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Ugadi falls on first day of Chaitra month. Ugadi, also known as ‘Yugadi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April However, Ugadi in 2015 will be observed on Saturday, 21st March. The festival marks the beginning of New year. It is basically observed by people of Deccan region in India. States like Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh celebrate the festival with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. The main attraction of the festival are social gatherings and off-course sumptuous feast. The day begins with oil bath followed by prayers. Tourists from all parts of the country ply in to see the processions organized by temples in Andhra Padesh and Karnataka specifically. The dates of Ugadi festival vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calender and Hindu calenders are based on the Solar cycle. This day is celebrated as New year in several other parts of India under different names. Like in Maharashtra it is celebrated as 'Gudi Padwa', in Rajasthan it is celebrated as 'Thapna' and Sindhis celebrated this day as 'Cheti Chand'. edit event delete event
Ugadi 2014
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2014-Mar-31
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Ugadi falls on first day of Chaitra month. Ugadi, also known as ‘Yugadi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April However, Ugadi in 2014 will be observed on Monday, 31st March. The festival marks the beginning of New year. It is basically observed by people of Deccan region in India. States like Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh celebrate the festival with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. The main attraction of the festival are social gatherings and off-course sumptuous feast. The day begins with oil bath followed by prayers. Tourists from all parts of the country ply in to see the processions organized by temples in Andhra Padesh and Karnataka specifically. The dates of Ugadi festival vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calender and Hindu calenders are based on the Solar cycle. This day is celebrated as New year in several other parts of India under different names. Like in Maharashtra it is celebrated as 'Gudi Padwa', in Rajasthan it is celebrated as 'Thapna' and Sindhis celebrated this day as 'Cheti Chand'. edit event delete event
Ugadi 2013
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2013-Apr-11
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Ugadi falls on first day of Chaitra month. Ugadi, also known as ‘Yugadi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April However, Ugadi in 2013 will be observed on Thursday, 11th April. The festival marks the beginning of New year. It is basically observed by people of Deccan region in India. States like Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh celebrate the festival with lots of excitement and enthusiasm. The main attraction of the festival are social gatherings and off-course sumptuous feast. The day begins with oil bath followed by prayers. Tourists from all parts of the country ply in to see the processions organized by temples in Andhra Padesh and Karnataka specifically. The dates of Ugadi festival vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calender and Hindu calenders are based on the Solar cycle. This day is celebrated as New year in several other parts of India under different names. Like in Maharashtra it is celebrated as 'Gudi Padwa', in Rajasthan it is celebrated as 'Thapna' and Sindhis celebrated this day as 'Cheti Chand'. edit event delete event
Hola Mohalla 2016
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2016-Mar-24
Festival As per Nanakshahi calendar, the festival of Hola Mohalla falls on the first day of Chet (Chaitra) month. Hola Mohalla, also known as ‘Hola’, is a Sikh Olympics event which is usually observed in the month of March. However, Hola Mohalla in 2016 will be observed on Thursday, 24th March. Hola Mohalla is a week long event that is celebrated with lots of zeal and enthusiasm. The tradition of Hola Mohalla was established by Guru Gobind Singh. Hola Mohalla means 'mock fight', where the sikh warriors (also called Nihangs) display their martial arts abilities in the form of simulated battles. Despite being a regional festival of Punjab, tourists and visitos from other countries too enjoy the festivities and celebrations. The main attraction of the festival are exhibitions, music and poetry. Other than these, various acts of bravery is something which should not be missed at all. These acts include, martial arts, Gatka, horse-riding and various other competitions. The dates of Hola Mohalla festival vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Nanakshahi calendar and Nanakshahi calendar are based on the Solar cycle. It is one of India’s most joyous and enthralling festival that keeps you engaged and glued to whatever you see. edit event delete event
Hola Mohalla 2015
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2015-Mar-06
Festival As per Nanakshahi calendar, the festival of Hola Mohalla falls on the first day of Chet (Chaitra) month. Hola Mohalla, also known as ‘Hola’, is a Sikh Olympics event which is usually observed in the month of March. However, Hola Mohalla in 2015 will be observed on Friday, 6th March. Hola Mohalla is a week long event that is celebrated with lots of zeal and enthusiasm. The tradition of Hola Mohalla was established by Guru Gobind Singh. Hola Mohalla means 'mock fight', where the sikh warriors (also called Nihangs) display their martial arts abilities in the form of simulated battles. Despite being a regional festival of Punjab, tourists and visitos from other countries too enjoy the festivities and celebrations. The main attraction of the festival are exhibitions, music and poetry. Other than these, various acts of bravery is something which should not be missed at all. These acts include, martial arts, Gatka, horse-riding and various other competitions. The dates of Hola Mohalla festival vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Nanakshahi calendar and Nanakshahi calendar are based on the Solar cycle. It is one of India’s most joyous and enthralling festival that keeps you engaged and glued to whatever you see. edit event delete event
Hola Mohalla 2014
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2014-Mar-17
Festival As per Nanakshahi calendar, the festival of Hola Mohalla falls on the first day of Chet (Chaitra) month. Hola Mohalla, also known as ‘Hola’, is a Sikh Olympics event which is usually observed in the month of March. However, Hola Mohalla in 2014 will be observed on Monday, 17th March. Hola Mohalla is a week long event that is celebrated with lots of zeal and enthusiasm. The tradition of Hola Mohalla was established by Guru Gobind Singh. Hola Mohalla means 'mock fight', where the sikh warriors (also called Nihangs) display their martial arts abilities in the form of simulated battles. Despite being a regional festival of Punjab, tourists and visitos from other countries too enjoy the festivities and celebrations. The main attraction of the festival are exhibitions, music and poetry. Other than these, various acts of bravery is something which should not be missed at all. These acts include, martial arts, Gatka, horse-riding and various other competitions. The dates of Hola Mohalla festival vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Nanakshahi calendar and Nanakshahi calendar are based on the Solar cycle. It is one of India’s most joyous and enthralling festival that keeps you engaged and glued to whatever you see. edit event delete event
Hola Mohalla 2013
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2013-Mar-28
Festival As per Nanakshahi calendar, the festival of Hola Mohalla falls on the first day of Chet (Chaitra) month. Hola Mohalla, also known as ‘Hola’, is a Sikh Olympics event which is usually observed in the month of March. However, Hola Mohalla in 2013 will be observed on Thursday, 28th March. Hola Mohalla is a week long event that is celebrated with lots of zeal and enthusiasm. The tradition of Hola Mohalla was established by Guru Gobind Singh. Hola Mohalla means 'mock fight', where the sikh warriors (also called Nihangs) display their martial arts abilities in the form of simulated battles. Despite being a regional festival of Punjab, tourists and visitos from other countries too enjoy the festivities and celebrations. The main attraction of the festival are exhibitions, music and poetry. Other than these, various acts of bravery is something which should not be missed at all. These acts include, martial arts, Gatka, horse-riding and various other competitions. The dates of Hola Mohalla festival vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Nanakshahi calendar and Nanakshahi calendar are based on the Solar cycle. It is one of India’s most joyous and enthralling festival that keeps you engaged and glued to whatever you see. edit event delete event
Vijayadashami 2016
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2016-Oct-11
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Vijayadashami falls on tenth day (Dashami) of Ashwin month. Vijayadashami, also known as ‘Dussehra’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in late September or early October. However, Vijayadashami in 2016 will be observed on Tuesday, 11th October. The festival marks the defeat of evil king Ravana by Lord Rama. Vijayadashami is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Despite being a Hindu festival, people from other religions and communities too enjoy the festivities and celebrations. The main attraction of the festival is 'Ramleela', which is a dance and play performance based on Ramayana. The other main and most important celebration on this day is burning Ravana effigy. The dates of Vijayadashami festival vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calender and Hindu calenders are based on the Solar cycle. It is one of India’s most joyous and fun-filled festival which promotes the message of happiness and victory of good over evil. edit event delete event