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Name Image Year Date Type Description Action
Vijayadashami 2015
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2015-Oct-22
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 2015 will be observed on Thursday, 22nd 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
Vijayadashami 2014
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2014-Oct-04
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 2014 will be observed on Saturday, 4th 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
Vijayadashami 2013
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2013-Oct-14
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 2013 will be observed on Monday, 14th 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
Rakhi 2016
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2016-Aug-18
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Rakhi falls on full moon day (Poornima) of Shraavana month. Rakhi, also known as ‘Raksha Bandhan’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of August. Rakhi in 2016 will be observed on Thursday, 18th August. The festival celebrates the relationship between a brother and a sister. Rakhi 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 dates of the Rakhi 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 unconditional love and affection shared between siblings. edit event delete event
Rakhi 2015
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2015-Aug-29
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Rakhi falls on full moon day (Poornima) of Shraavana month. Rakhi, also known as ‘Raksha Bandhan’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of August. Rakhi in 2015 will be observed on Saturday, 29th August. The festival celebrates the relationship between a brother and a sister. Rakhi 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 dates of the Rakhi 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 unconditional love and affection shared between siblings. edit event delete event
Rakhi 2014
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2014-Aug-10
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Rakhi falls on full moon day (Poornima) of Shraavana month. Rakhi, also known as ‘Raksha Bandhan’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of August. Rakhi in 2014 will be observed on Sunday, 10th August. The festival celebrates the relationship between a brother and a sister. Rakhi 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 dates of the Rakhi 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 unconditional love and affection shared between siblings. edit event delete event
Rakhi 2013
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2013-Aug-21
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Rakhi falls on full moon day (Poornima) of Shraavana month. Rakhi, also known as ‘Raksha Bandhan’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of August. Rakhi in 2013 will be observed on Wednesday, 21st August. The festival celebrates the relationship between a brother and a sister. Rakhi 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 dates of the Rakhi 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 unconditional love and affection shared between siblings. edit event delete event
Deepavali 2016
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2016-Oct-30
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Deepavali falls on Dark fortnight (Amavasya) of Kartik month. Deepavali, popularly known as ‘festival of lights’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Deepavali in 2016 will be observed on Sunday, 30th October. The festival marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of Vanvas. Deepavali 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 are decorating homes with lights and candles, fireworks, distributing sweets and gifts. The dates of the Deepavali 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
Deepavali 2015
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2015-Nov-11
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Deepavali falls on Dark fortnight (Amavasya) of Kartik month. Deepavali, popularly known as ‘festival of lights’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Deepavali in 2015 will be observed on Wednesday, 11th November. The festival marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of Vanvas. Deepavali 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 are decorating homes with lights and candles, fireworks, distributing sweets and gifts. The dates of the Deepavali 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
Deepavali 2014
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2014-Oct-23
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Deepavali falls on Dark fortnight (Amavasya) of Kartik month. Deepavali, popularly known as ‘festival of lights’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Deepavali in 2014 will be observed on Thursday, 23rd October. The festival marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of Vanvas. Deepavali 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 are decorating homes with lights and candles, fireworks, distributing sweets and gifts. The dates of the Deepavali 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
Deepavali 2013
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2013-Nov-03
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Deepavali falls on Dark fortnight (Amavasya) of Kartik month. Deepavali, popularly known as ‘festival of lights’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Deepavali in 2013 will be observed on Sunday, 3rd November. The festival marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of Vanvas. Deepavali 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 are decorating homes with lights and candles, fireworks, distributing sweets and gifts. The dates of the Deepavali 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
Dhulivandan 2016
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2016-Mar-23
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Dhulivandan falls on Full moon day (Poornima) of Phalguna month. Dhulivandan, popularly known as ‘festival of colors’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of February or March. However, Dhulivandan in 2016 will be observed on Wednesday, 23rd March. The festival marks the beginning of Spring season, which is why it is also referred as the ‘Spring Festival of India’. Dhulivandan is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Despite being a Hindu festival, it is now been celebrated by other religion and communities as well. The main attraction of the festival are lots of colors, fun and fervor. The dates of the Dhulivandan 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 equality and brotherhood. edit event delete event
Dhulivandan 2015
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2015-Mar-06
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Dhulivandan falls on Full moon day (Poornima) of Phalguna month. Dhulivandan, popularly known as ‘festival of colors’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of February or March. However, Dhulivandan in 2015 will be observed on Friday, 6th March. The festival marks the beginning of Spring season, which is why it is also referred as the ‘Spring Festival of India’. Dhulivandan is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Despite being a Hindu festival, it is now been celebrated by other religion and communities as well. The main attraction of the festival are lots of colors, fun and fervor. The dates of the Dhulivandan 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 equality and brotherhood. edit event delete event
Dhulivandan 2014
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2014-Mar-17
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Dhulivandan falls on Full moon day (Poornima) of Phalguna month. Dhulivandan, popularly known as ‘festival of colors’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of February or March. However, Dhulivandan in 2014 will be observed on Monday, 17th March. The festival marks the beginning of Spring season, which is why it is also referred as the ‘Spring Festival of India’. Dhulivandan is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Despite being a Hindu festival, it is now been celebrated by other religion and communities as well. The main attraction of the festival are lots of colors, fun and fervor. The dates of the Dhulivandan 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 equality and brotherhood. edit event delete event
Dhulivandan 2013
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2013-Mar-27
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Dhulivandan falls on Full moon day (Poornima) of Phalguna month. Dhulivandan, popularly known as ‘festival of colors’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of February or March. However, Dhulivandan in 2013 will be observed on Wednesday, 27th March. The festival marks the beginning of Spring season, which is why it is also referred as the ‘Spring Festival of India’. Dhulivandan is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Despite being a Hindu festival, it is now been celebrated by other religion and communities as well. The main attraction of the festival are lots of colors, fun and fervor. The dates of the Dhulivandan 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 equality and brotherhood. edit event delete event
Dussehra 2016
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2016-Oct-11
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Dussehra falls on tenth day (Dashami) of Ashwin month. Dussehra, also known as ‘Vijayadashami’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in late September or early October. However, Dussehra in 2016 will be observed on Tuesday, 11th October. The festival marks the defeat of evil king Ravana by Lord Rama. Dussehra 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 Dussehra 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
Dussehra 2015
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2015-Oct-22
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Dussehra falls on tenth day (Dashami) of Ashwin month. Dussehra, also known as ‘Vijayadashami’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in late September or early October. However, Dussehra in 2015 will be observed on Thursday, 22nd October. The festival marks the defeat of evil king Ravana by Lord Rama. Dussehra 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 Dussehra 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
Dussehra 2014
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2014-Oct-04
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Dussehra falls on tenth day (Dashami) of Ashwin month. Dussehra, also known as ‘Vijayadashami’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in late September or early October. However, Dussehra in 2014 will be observed on Saturday, 4th October. The festival marks the defeat of evil king Ravana by Lord Rama. Dussehra 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 Dussehra 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
Dussehra 2013
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2013-Oct-14
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Dussehra falls on tenth day (Dashami) of Ashwin month. Dussehra, also known as ‘Vijayadashami’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in late September or early October. However, Dussehra in 2013 will be observed on Monday, 14th October. The festival marks the defeat of evil king Ravana by Lord Rama. Dussehra 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 Dussehra 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
Holika Dahan 2016
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2016-Mar-23
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Holi falls on the night before Full moon day (Poornima) of Phalguna month. Holika Dahan, popularly known as ‘Chhoti Holi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of February or March. However, Holika Dhahan in 2016 will be observed on Wednesday, 23rd March. The festival celebrates the death of Holika in order to save Prahlad. Holi is a two day festival where the eve of Holi is known as Holika Dahan or Holika. On this day The fire burnt symbolizes the victory of Good over evil. The second day of Holi marks the beginning of Spring season, which is why it is also referred as the ‘Spring Festival of India’. Holi is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Despite being a Hindu festival, it is now been celebrated by other religion and communities as well. The main attraction of the festival are lots of colors, fun and fervor. The dates of the Holi 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 equality and brotherhood. edit event delete event
Holika Dahan 2015
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2015-Mar-05
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Holi falls on the night before Full moon day (Poornima) of Phalguna month. Holika Dahan, popularly known as ‘Chhoti Holi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of February or March. However, Holika Dhahan in 2015 will be observed on Thursday, 5th March. The festival celebrates the death of Holika in order to save Prahlad. Holi is a two day festival where the eve of Holi is known as Holika Dahan or Holika. On this day The fire burnt symbolizes the victory of Good over evil. The second day of Holi marks the beginning of Spring season, which is why it is also referred as the ‘Spring Festival of India’. Holi is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Despite being a Hindu festival, it is now been celebrated by other religion and communities as well. The main attraction of the festival are lots of colors, fun and fervor. The dates of the Holi 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 equality and brotherhood. edit event delete event
Holika Dahan 2014
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2014-Mar-16
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Holi falls on the night before Full moon day (Poornima) of Phalguna month. Holika Dahan, popularly known as ‘Chhoti Holi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of February or March. However, Holika Dhahan in 2014 will be observed on Sunday, 16th March. The festival celebrates the death of Holika in order to save Prahlad. Holi is a two day festival where the eve of Holi is known as Holika Dahan or Holika. On this day The fire burnt symbolizes the victory of Good over evil. The second day of Holi marks the beginning of Spring season, which is why it is also referred as the ‘Spring Festival of India’. Holi is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Despite being a Hindu festival, it is now been celebrated by other religion and communities as well. The main attraction of the festival are lots of colors, fun and fervor. The dates of the Holi 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 equality and brotherhood. edit event delete event
Holika Dahan 2013
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2013-Mar-26
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Holi falls on the night before Full moon day (Poornima) of Phalguna month. Holika Dahan, popularly known as ‘Chhoti Holi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of February or March. However, Holika Dhahan in 2013 will be observed on Tuesday, 26th March. The festival celebrates the death of Holika in order to save Prahlad. Holi is a two day festival where the eve of Holi is known as Holika Dahan or Holika. On this day The fire burnt symbolizes the victory of Good over evil. The second day of Holi marks the beginning of Spring season, which is why it is also referred as the ‘Spring Festival of India’. Holi is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. Despite being a Hindu festival, it is now been celebrated by other religion and communities as well. The main attraction of the festival are lots of colors, fun and fervor. The dates of the Holi 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 equality and brotherhood. edit event delete event
Cheti Chand 2016
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2016-Apr-09
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Cheti Chand falls on second day (i.e. a day after Ugadi and Gudi Padwa) of Chaitra month. Cheti Chand is celebrated as New Year's Day by Sindhi people of India and Pakistan. It is a Sindhi festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Cheti Chand in 2016 will be observed on Saturday, 9th April. On this day, the Sindhi people worship Saint Uderolal (also known as Jhulelal) and Varuna (God of water). Cheti chand is an auspicious day for Sindhi businessmen as the festival of Cheti Chand marks the beginning of new financial year. edit event delete event
Cheti Chand 2015
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2015-Mar-22
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Cheti Chand falls on second day (i.e. a day after Ugadi and Gudi Padwa) of Chaitra month. Cheti Chand is celebrated as New Year's Day by Sindhi people of India and Pakistan. It is a Sindhi festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Cheti Chand in 2015 will be observed on Sunday, 22nd march. On this day, the Sindhi people worship Saint Uderolal (also known as Jhulelal) and Varuna (God of water). Cheti chand is an auspicious day for Sindhi businessmen as the festival of Cheti Chand marks the beginning of new financial year. edit event delete event
Cheti Chand 2014
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2014-Mar-31
Event As per Hindu calendar, Cheti Chand falls on second day (i.e. a day after Ugadi and Gudi Padwa) of Chaitra month. Cheti Chand is celebrated as New Year's Day by Sindhi people of India and Pakistan. It is a Sindhi festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Cheti Chand in 2014 will be observed on Monday, 31st march. On this day, the Sindhi people worship Saint Uderolal (also known as Jhulelal) and Varuna (God of water). Cheti chand is an auspicious day for Sindhi businessmen as the festival of Cheti Chand marks the beginning of new financial year. edit event delete event
Cheti Chand 2013
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2013-Apr-11
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Cheti Chand falls on second day (i.e. a day after Ugadi and Gudi Padwa) of Chaitra month. Cheti Chand is celebrated as New Year's Day by Sindhi people of India and Pakistan. It is a Sindhi festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Cheti Chand in 2013 will be observed on Thursday, 11th April. On this day, the Sindhi people worship Saint Uderolal (also known as Jhulelal) and Varuna (God of water). Cheti chand is an auspicious day for Sindhi businessmen as the festival of Cheti Chand marks the beginning of new financial year. edit event delete event
Easter Day 2016
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2016-Mar-27
Event As per Christian Calender, Easter Day falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon occurring on or after the March equinox. Easter Sunday is one of the most festive events among Christian communities in India and worldwide. Easter day is a Christian festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Easter Day in 2016 will be observed on Sunday, 27th March. Easter celebrations in India include special church services, music, candlelight, flowers and the ringing of church bells. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from death, as written in the Christian bible. edit event delete event
Easter Day 2015
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2015-Apr-05
Event As per Christian Calender, Easter Day falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon occurring on or after the March equinox. Easter Sunday is one of the most festive events among Christian communities in India and worldwide. Easter day is a Christian festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Easter Day in 2015 will be observed on Sunday, 5th April. Easter celebrations in India include special church services, music, candlelight, flowers and the ringing of church bells. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from death, as written in the Christian bible. edit event delete event
Easter Day 2014
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2014-Apr-20
Festival As per Christian Calender, Easter Day falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon occurring on or after the March equinox. Easter Sunday is one of the most festive events among Christian communities in India and worldwide. Easter day is a Christian festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Easter Day in 2014 will be observed on Sunday, 20th April. Easter celebrations in India include special church services, music, candlelight, flowers and the ringing of church bells. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from death, as written in the Christian bible. edit event delete event