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Jagannath Rath Yatra 2017
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2017-Jun-25
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 2017 will begin on Sunday, 25th 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
Ramadan 2017
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2017-May-27
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 2017 will begin from Saturday, 27th May. 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 oh next Islamic calendar month. edit event delete event
Vat Savitri 2017
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2017-May-25
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 2017 will fall on Thursday, 25th May. Main ritual on thid 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 2017
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2017-May-10
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 Wednesday, 10th 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 2017
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2017-Apr-28
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 2017 will be observed on Friday, 28th April. 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
Hanuman Jayanti 2017
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2017-Apr-11
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated on Full moon day of Chaitra month. Hanuman Jayanti is a Hindu festival celebrated as the birth anniversary of 'Lord Hanuman'. Sri Hanuman, the Vanar God, is regarded as the God of strength, power and knowledge. He is better known for his unflinching devotion towards Lord Rama and that's the reason he is referred as 'param bhakt'. Hanuman Jayanti is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Hanuman Jayanti in 2017 will be observed on Tuesday, 11th April. On this day devotees pay their homage to Lord Hanuman by visiting temples and offering pujas. The rituals are then followed by religious fervor and gaiety. Applying Sindoor on Lord Hanuman idol is one the most important ritual of the festival. It is believed that doing so will bring good luck to devotees. It is one of the most widely celebrated festival in India. edit event delete event
Mahavir Jayanti 2017
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2017-Apr-09
Festival As per Jain calendar, Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated on the thirteenth day of the rising moon of Chaitra month. Mahavir Jayanti, also known as 'Mahavir Janma Kalyanak', is an important religious festival according to Jainism. Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated as the birth anniversary of 24th and the last Teerthankara (Jain prophets) 'Lord Mahavira'. Mahavir Jayanti is usually celebrated in the month of March or April. However, Mahavir Jayanti in 2017 will be observed on Sunday, 9th April. Lord Mahavira is acclaimed as one of the greatest Jain Prophet who preached about non-violence, peace and social reformations. On this day, people of Jain community across India and abroad indulge in various religious and charitable activities.The day starts with ceremonial bathing of Lord Mahavira's statues known as 'abhishek'. Many devotees visit temples and offer prayers. edit event delete event
Vishu 2017
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2017-Apr-14
Festival As per Malayalam calendar, Vishu is observed on the first day of Medam month. Vishu celebrates the beginning of the Malayali New year. Vishu is one of the most important festival celebrated in 'God's Own Country' Kerala and Tulunadu region of southern India. Vishu is usually observed in the second week of April month. However, Vishu in 2017 will be observed on Friday, 14th April. Vishu is an auspicious day for Keralites & Tuluvas. Out of all the festivities and celebrations, the most important one is Vishukkani. Vishukkani means the 'first thing seen after waking up on Vishu day'. Just a night before various arrangements are done for this ritual. Articles like lemons, raw rice, betel leaves, cucumber, metal mirror, arecanut, yellow flowers konna are put in a bell metal vessel. On Vishu day, the custom is to wake up at dawn and go to the pooja room with eyes closed so that Vishukkani is the first sight in the morning. Various other prayers, poojas and activities are followed for rest of the day. edit event delete event
Ambedkar Jayanti 2017
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2017-Apr-14
Festival Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated on 14th of April each year. The day is celebrated as birth anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, popularly known as Babasaheb Ambedkar. Dr. Ambedkar was a National hero who dedicated his life for upliftment of the deprived section of the society, also known as Harijans (the untouchables). Dr. Ambedkar is also known as a person who drafted India's constitution and thus is referred as 'the Father of Indian Constitution'. Dr. Ambedkar was born on 14th April, 1891. He spent most of his life fighting the political rights and the system on untouchability. Ambedkar Jayanti is a public Holiday in all Indian states. On this day, The president of India, Prime Minister and political leaders from various parties pay homage to Babasaheb's statue at the Parliament House of India edit event delete event
Baisakhi 2017
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2017-Apr-14
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Baisakhi is celebrated on the firth day of Baisakh / Vaisakh month. Baisakhi is an important festivals celebrated mainly in the northern region of India and in sikh communities all over the world. Baisakhi is seen as the beginning of harvest season, hence holds importance to farmer community of North India. It is also commences the beginning of Hindu new year, where Baisakh is the first month. Baisakhi, also known as Vaisakhi, is usually observed on 13th or 14th of April month. However, Baisakhi in 2017 will be observed on Friday, 14th April. On this day in the year 1699, the Guru Gobind Singh (10th Guru of Sikhs) laid down the foundation of Panth Khalsa. Today, Sikh devotees around the world celebrate it with utmost enthusiasm. Baisakhi is mostly seen as a sikh festival because it is the day that marks the birth & establishment of the Khalsa. The festival holds religious value to Sikh people across the country. Various cultural events are organized in order to celebrate this day. It is basically a Hindu and Sikh festival, but people from other communities and religion too enjoy the festivities and celebrations. edit event delete event
Gangaur 2017
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2017-Mar-30
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Gangaur is observed on the first day of Chaitra month. Gangaur is the most colorful festival celebrated in the state of Rajasthan and some parts of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. The festival is celebrated with utmost enthusiasm and devotion by married and un-married females. On this day females observe fast and worship goddess Gauri also referred as Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva). Married women observe this fast to attain marital bliss and pray for long life of their husbands. Whereas, and un-married females observe this fast to be blessed with a good husband. The festival of Gangaur is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Gangaur in 2017 will be observed on Thursday, 30th March. The festivities of Ganagaur include dance, music and other cultural events. Most common ritual of the day is applying henna (Mehendi) on their hands. Henna in India is often associated with good luck and prosperity. That's the reason it is an integral part of all religious festivities and celebrations. edit event delete event
Vasant Navratri 2017
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2017-Mar-28
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 2017 will begin on Tuesday, 28th March and will continue for 8days until Wednesday, 5th 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 2017
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2017-Apr-05
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 2017 will be observed on Wednesday, 5th 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 2017
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2017-Mar-08
Event 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 2017 will be observed on Wednesday, 8th 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 2017
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2017-Apr-02
Event 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 2017 will begin on Sunday, 2nd 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
Thirunakkara Arattu 2017
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2017-Mar-15
Festival As per Malayalam Calendar, 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 2017 will begin on Wednesday, 15th March and will last until Friday, 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 calendar and Malayalam calendars are based on the Solar cycle. edit event delete event
Gudi Padwa 2017
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2017-Mar-29
Festival As per Hindu Calendar, the festival of Gudi Padwa falls on the first day of the Chaitra month. Gudi Padwa, also written as ‘Gudhi Padwa’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Gudi Padwa in 2017 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 is 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 the 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 an inverted position. The dates of Gudi Padwa vary every year because of the fact that it is based on Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars 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
Krishna Janmastami 2017
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2017-Aug-14
Event As per Hindu calendar, Janamashtami is celebrated on eighth day (ashtami) of Bhaadra month. Janamashtami is one of the famous Hindu festivals celebrated across India. The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and excitement. The festival is also known as 'Krishnashtami', 'Saatam Aatham', 'Gokulashtami', 'Ashtami Rohini', 'Srikrishna Jayanti', 'Sree Jayanthi' or sometimes merely as 'Krishna Janamashtami'. The festival is usually observed in the month of August and September. However, Krishna Janamashtami in 2017 will fall on Monday, 14th August The day marks the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna. The grandest of the celebrations can be seen at Mathura and Vrindavan, the places where Lord Krishna had spent his childhood, are famous all over the world. The tourists and devotees from all parts of the world ply in to see the festivities. On this day, Hindus across the country observe a day long fast followed by prayers. The actual celebrations of the festival starts a day before i.e. on saptami. Devotees observe a night long fast signifying the birth of Krishna at mid-night. Bal Krishna's idol is bathed, placed in a cradle and worshiped. edit event delete event
Cheti Chand 2018
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2018-Mar-19
Event Cheti Chand (चेती चाँद) is celebrated in honor of the birth of Sindhi Patron Saint Jhulelal and celebrated as New Year's Day for Sindhis. It is the day during the waxing phase of the moon of Chet month. Cheti Chand (चेती चाँद) falls on the second day of the Chaitra month (known as Chet in Sindhi) and is a very auspicious day for Sindhis. However, Cheti Chand (चेती चाँद) in 2018 will be observed on Monday, 19th 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 the new financial year. edit event delete event
Cheti Chand 2017
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2017-Mar-29
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Cheti Chand (चेती चाँद) falls on second day (i.e. a day after Ugadi and Gudi Padwa) of Chaitra month. This occasion is an important festival and a beginning of New Year's Day for Sindhi community.Devotees celebrate this day with zeal and enthusiasm. However, Cheti Chand (चेती चाँद) in 2017 will be observed on Wednesday, 29th March. It is the day when the New Moon becomes visible after no moon day. Due to the first appearance of the moon during the Cheti month, this day is known as Cheti Chand (चेती चाँद). edit event delete event
Easter Day 2017
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2017-Apr-16
Festival Easter Sunday or Easter Day is the most important day of the year for Christians. It is when they celebrate that three days after being put to death, Jesus rose again from the dead, sometimes called 'the Resurrection' and defeated evil forever. A lot of Churches start the Easter Sunday celebrations at Midnight on Easter Eve. However, Easter Day in 2017 will be observed on Sunday, 16th April. This day is movable and always falls on a Sunday between March 22 and April 25. Easter in the Roman Catholic Church is always on the first Sunday after the first full moon near the time of spring. edit event delete event
Easter Day 2018
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2018-Apr-01
Festival Easter Day is the central religious feast in the Christian world. According to Christian scripture, Jesus rose from the death on the third day after his crucifixion. This day is celebrated by taking part in an Easter vigil, lighting a new fire outside the church early on Sunday morning. Candles help Christians to remember that Jesus is the light of the world and that when he rose to life on Easter Day he got rid of the darkness of evil. However, Easter Day in 2018 will be observed on Sunday, 1th April. The Easter story is at the heart of Christianity. edit event delete event
Good Friday 2018
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2018-Mar-30
Festival Good Friday, also known as Holy Friday, Great Friday or Black Friday is one of the major holidays primarily observed by Christians. Good Friday is a Christian religious holiday to celebrate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary. This is an important event in Christianity, as it represents the sacrifices and suffering in Jesus' life.The holiday observed during Holy Week as part of the Pascal Triduum on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday. However, Good Friday in 2018 will be observed on Friday, 30th March. This is basically a time of fasting and penance, commemorating the anniversary of Jesus Christ's death on the Cross. edit event delete event
Good Friday 2017
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2017-Apr-14
Festival As per Christian Calendar, Good Friday falls on Friday immediately preceding Easter Sunday. Good Friday is often referred as Holy Friday, Great Friday or Black Friday. The festival is usually observed in the month of March or April. However, Good Friday in 2017 will be observed on Friday, 14th April.Many people in different countries celebrate the anniversary of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion and death on the Friday before Easter Sunday. Good Friday is a public holiday in India.This day is a crucial day of the year because it celebrates what we believe to be the most momentous weekend in the history of the world. edit event delete event
Holi 2018
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2018-Mar-02
Festival As per Hindu Calendar, the festival of Holi (होली) falls on Full moon day (Poornima) of Phalguna month. Holi (होली), popularly known as ‘festival of colors’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of February or March. However, Holi (होली) in 2018 will be observed on Friday, 2nd March. The festival marks the beginning of Spring season, which is why it is also referred as the ‘Spring Festival of India’. Holi (होली) 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 (होली) festival 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 equality and brotherhood. edit event delete event
Holi 2017
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2017-Mar-13
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Hartalika Teej 2015
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2015-Sep-16
Festival Hartalika Teej Vrat is observed during Shukla Paksha Tritiya of Bhadrapada month. On this day, makeshift statues of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are made with the sand and worshipped for marital bliss and progeny. Hartalika 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, Hartalika 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. Hartalika Teej is usually observed in the month of July or August and sometimes in the month of September as well. However, Hartalika Teej in 2015 will be observed on Wednesday, 16th 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
Vivah Panchami 2016
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2016-Dec-04
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Vivah Panchami is observed on the fifth day of the Shukla paksha or waxing phase of moon in the Margashirsha month i.e. in the month of November or December. Vivah Panchami is usually observed in the November or December. However, Vivah Panchami in 2016 will be observed on Sunday, 4th December. Vivah Panchami marks the ceremonial marriage of Rama and Sita. As per Hindu mythology, Lord Rama was the eldest son of Kaushalya & King Dasharatha. In Hinduism Lord Rama is reffered as 'Maryada Purushottama' which literally means the Perfect Man or Lord of Self-Control or Lord of Virtue. On the other hand Sita's birth and parentage have been depicted differently in different versions of Ramayana. According to Valmiki's Ramayana, Sita was discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field. And then she was raised by King Janak and his wife Sunayana in Janakpurdham present day Mithila, Nepal. Both Rama and Sita were married to each other on the fifth day of Margashirsha month. Today, the day is also of great importance at Janakpur in Nepal, where thousands of pilgrims come to Nepal to observe the ceremonial marriage. The festival & celebrations begin days in advance following all Hindu rituals that are observed in any Hindu wedding. edit event delete event
Vivah Panchami 2015
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2015-Dec-16
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Vivah Panchami is observed on the fifth day of the Shukla paksha or waxing phase of moon in the Margashirsha month i.e. in the month of November or December. Vivah Panchami is usually observed in the November or December. However, Vivah Panchami in 2015 will be observed on Wednesday, 16th December. Vivah Panchami marks the ceremonial marriage of Rama and Sita. As per Hindu mythology, Lord Rama was the eldest son of Kaushalya & King Dasharatha. In Hinduism Lord Rama is reffered as 'Maryada Purushottama' which literally means the Perfect Man or Lord of Self-Control or Lord of Virtue. On the other hand Sita's birth and parentage have been depicted differently in different versions of Ramayana. According to Valmiki's Ramayana, Sita was discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field. And then she was raised by King Janak and his wife Sunayana in Janakpurdham present day Mithila, Nepal. Both Rama and Sita were married to each other on the fifth day of Margashirsha month. Today, the day is also of great importance at Janakpur in Nepal, where thousands of pilgrims come to Nepal to observe the ceremonial marriage. The festival & celebrations begin days in advance following all Hindu rituals that are observed in any Hindu wedding. edit event delete event
Vivah Panchami 2014
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2014-Nov-27
Festival If yes, you have come to the right place. Vivah Panchami in 2014 will be observed on Thursday, 27th November. As per Hindu calendar, Vivah Panchami is observed on the fifth day of the Shukla paksha or waxing phase of moon in the Margashirsha month i.e. in the month of November or December. Vivah Panchami is usually observed in the November or December. However, Vivah Panchami in 2014 will be observed on Thursday, 27th November. Vivah Panchami marks the ceremonial marriage of Rama and Sita. As per Hindu mythology, Lord Rama was the eldest son of Kaushalya & King Dasharatha. In Hinduism Lord Rama is reffered as 'Maryada Purushottama' which literally means the Perfect Man or Lord of Self-Control or Lord of Virtue. On the other hand Sita's birth and parentage have been depicted differently in different versions of Ramayana. According to Valmiki's Ramayana, Sita was discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field. And then she was raised by King Janak and his wife Sunayana in Janakpurdham present day Mithila, Nepal. Both Rama and Sita were married to each other on the fifth day of Margashirsha month. Today, the day is also of great importance at Janakpur in Nepal, where thousands of pilgrims come to Nepal to observe the ceremonial marriage. The festival & celebrations begin days in advance following all Hindu rituals that are observed in any Hindu wedding. edit event delete event