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Tulsi Vivah 2017
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2017-Nov-01
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Tulsi Vivah duration begins from eleventh day (ekadashi) of bright fortnight of Kartik month to the full moon (Kartik Poornima) of the month i.e. from Kartik ekadashi to Kartik Poornima. Tulsi Vivah is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Tulsi Vivah in 2017 will begin on Wednesday, 1st November. Tulsi Vivah marks the ceremonial marriage of Tulsi plant (holy Basil) to Lord Vishnu or his incarnated form Lord Krishna. As per Hindu mythology, Tulsi was actually a woman named Vrinda who was married to a demon king named Jalandhar. Vrinda worshiped Lord Vishnu and prayed for her husband to be invincible. No God was able to defeat Jalandhar because of Vrinda. However, Vishnu disguised himself as Jalandhar and violated Vrinda. Her chastity destroyed, Jalandhar was killed by Shiva. When Vrinda came to know about the truth, she cursed Lord Vishnu and turned him into a black stone (Saaligram) and burnt herself on her husband's funeral. Lord Vishnu then transferred her soul in Tulsi plant and as a blessing married her in next birth as Saaligram. Since then the tradition of Tulsi Vivah came in existence. edit event delete event
Christmas 2016
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2016-Dec-25
Festival As per Gregorian calendar, Christmas is celebrated on 25th December every year. Christmas is the most widely celebrated festival of the year. The festivities and celebrations can be seen all around the world. Regardless of the religion, people from each country celebrates this festival with utmost excitement. The festivities begin well in advance. The markets, streets, shopping centers, shops etc are decorated with Christmas trees, bells and various other Christmas ornaments. Christmas in 2016 will be celebrated on Sunday, 25th December. It is a holiday in India and various other parts of the world. It is the most fun-filled festival for kids around the world. 25th December is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ was believed to be born on the same date at Bethlehem. Chocolates, gifts, decorations, cakes, scrumptious meals etc. are the best attractions of Christmas. edit event delete event
Christmas 2015
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2015-Dec-25
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Christmas 2014
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2014-Dec-25
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Christmas 2013
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2013-Dec-25
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Guru Nanak Jayanti 2016
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2016-Nov-14
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated on Full moon day of Kartik month. Guru Nanak Jayanti is the most sacred festival in Sikhism. Apart from Sikhs, Hindus and other followers of Guru Nanak Devji celebrated this day with lot of enthusiasm and zeal. It is a Sikh festival, but people of other religion and communities too celebrate this day. The day is celebrated as the Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak ji. He was the first Sikh Guru in Sikhism. Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated on full moon day of Kartik month, which is usually observed in the month of November. However, Guru Nanak Jayanti in 2016 will be celebrated on Monday, 14th November. There were ten Gurus of Sikhism, Guru Nank being the first and Guru Gobind Singh being the last of ten gurus. To honour birth anniversaries of each guru, Sikhs all over the world celebrate Gurupurabs. In total there are ten Gurupurabs celebrated in a year. Each one dedicated to one Guru. Apart from all Gurupurabs, Guru Nanak Jayanti is the most sacred one. edit event delete event
Guru Nanak Jayanti 2015
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2015-Nov-25
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated on Full moon day of Kartik month. Guru Nanak Jayanti is the most sacred festival in Sikhism. Apart from Sikhs, Hindus and other followers of Guru Nanak Devji celebrated this day with lot of enthusiasm and zeal. It is a Sikh festival, but people of other religion and communities too celebrate this day. The day is celebrated as the Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak ji. He was the first Sikh Guru in Sikhism. Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated on full moon day of Kartik month, which is usually observed in the month of November. However, Guru Nanak Jayanti in 2015 will be celebrated on Wednesday, 25th November. There were ten Gurus of Sikhism, Guru Nank being the first and Guru Gobind Singh being the last of ten gurus. To honour birth anniversaries of each guru, Sikhs all over the world celebrate Gurupurabs. In total there are ten Gurupurabs celebrated in a year. Each one dedicated to one Guru. Apart from all Gurupurabs ' Guru Nanak Jayanti is the most sacred one. edit event delete event
Guru Nanak Jayanti 2014
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2014-Nov-06
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated on Full moon day of Kartik month. Guru Nanak Jayanti is the most sacred festival in Sikhism. Apart from Sikhs, Hindus and other followers of Guru Nanak Devji celebrated this day with lot of enthusiasm and zeal. It is a Sikh festival, but people of other religion and communities too celebrate this day. The day is celebrated as the Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak ji. He was the first Sikh Guru in Sikhism. Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated on full moon day of Kartik month, which is usually observed in the month of November. However, Guru Nanak Jayanti in 2014 will be celebrated on Thursday, 6th November. There were ten Gurus of Sikhism, Guru Nank being the first and Guru Gobind Singh being the last of ten gurus. To honour birth anniversaries of each guru, Sikhs all over the world celebrate Gurupurabs. In total there are ten Gurupurabs celebrated in a year. Each one dedicated to one Guru. Apart from all Gurupurabs ' Guru Nanak Jayanti is the most sacred one. edit event delete event
Guru Nanak Jayanti 2013
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2013-Nov-17
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated on Full moon day of Kartik month. Guru Nanak Jayanti is the most sacred festival in Sikhism. Apart from Sikhs, Hindus and other followers of Guru Nanak Devji celebrated this day with lot of enthusiasm and zeal. It is a Sikh festival, but people of other religion and communities too celebrate this day. The day is celebrated as the Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak ji. He was the first Sikh Guru in Sikhism. Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated on full moon day of Kartik month, which is usually observed in the month of November. However, Guru Nanak Jayanti in 2013 will be celebrated on Sunday, 17th November. There were ten Gurus of Sikhism, Guru Nank being the first and Guru Gobind Singh being the last of ten gurus. To honour birth anniversaries of each guru, Sikhs all over the world celebrate Gurupurabs. In total there are ten Gurupurabs celebrated in a year. Each one dedicated to one Guru. Apart from all Gurupurabs ' Guru Nanak Jayanti is the most sacred one. edit event delete event
Tulsi Vivah 2016
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2016-Nov-12
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Tulsi Vivah duration begins from eleventh day (ekadashi) of bright fortnight of Kartik month to the full moon (Kartik Poornima) of the month i.e. from Kartik ekadashi to Kartik Poornima. Tulsi Vivah is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Tulsi Vivah in 2016 will begin on Saturday, 12th November. Tulsi Vivah marks the ceremonial marriage of Tulsi plant (holy Basil) to Lord Vishnu or his incarnated form Lord Krishna. As per Hindu mythology, Tulsi was actually a woman named Vrinda who was married to a demon king named Jalandhar. Vrinda worshiped Lord Vishnu and prayed for her husband to be invincible. No God was able to defeat Jalandhar because of Vrinda. However, Vishnu disguised himself as Jalandhar and violated Vrinda. Her chastity destroyed, Jalandhar was killed by Shiva. When Vrinda came to know about the truth, she cursed Lord Vishnu and turned him into a black stone (Saaligram) and burnt herself on her husband's funeral. Lord Vishnu then transferred her soul in Tulsi plant and as a blessing married her in next birth as Saaligram. Since then the tradition of Tulsi Vivah came in existence. edit event delete event
Tulsi Vivah 2015
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2015-Nov-23
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Tulsi Vivah duration begins from eleventh day (ekadashi) of bright fortnight of Kartik month to the full moon (Kartik Poornima) of the month i.e. from Kartik ekadashi to Kartik Poornima. Tulsi Vivah is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Tulsi Vivah in 2015 will begin on Monday, 23rd November. Tulsi Vivah marks the ceremonial marriage of Tulsi plant (holy Basil) to Lord Vishnu or his incarnated form Lord Krishna. As per Hindu mythology, Tulsi was actually a woman named Vrinda who was married to a demon king named Jalandhar. Vrinda worshiped Lord Vishnu and prayed for her husband to be invincible. No God was able to defeat Jalandhar because of Vrinda. However, Vishnu disguised himself as Jalandhar and violated Vrinda. Her chastity destroyed, Jalandhar was killed by Shiva. When Vrinda came to know about the truth, she cursed Lord Vishnu and turned him into a black stone (Saaligram) and burnt herself on her husband's funeral. Lord Vishnu then transferred her soul in Tulsi plant and as a blessing married her in next birth as Saaligram. Since then the tradition of Tulsi Vivah came in existence. edit event delete event
Tulsi Vivah 2014
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2014-Nov-04
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Tulsi Vivah duration begins from eleventh day (ekadashi) of bright fortnight of Kartik month to the full moon (Kartik Poornima) of the month i.e. from Kartik ekadashi to Kartik Poornima. Tulsi Vivah is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Tulsi Vivah in 2014 will begin on Tuesday, 4th November. Tulsi Vivah marks the ceremonial marriage of Tulsi plant (holy Basil) to Lord Vishnu or his incarnated form Lord Krishna. As per Hindu mythology, Tulsi was actually a woman named Vrinda who was married to a demon king named Jalandhar. Vrinda worshiped Lord Vishnu and prayed for her husband to be invincible. No God was able to defeat Jalandhar because of Vrinda. However, Vishnu disguised himself as Jalandhar and violated Vrinda. Her chastity destroyed, Jalandhar was killed by Shiva. When Vrinda came to know about the truth, she cursed Lord Vishnu and turned him into a black stone (Saaligram) and burnt herself on her husband's funeral. Lord Vishnu then transferred her soul in Tulsi plant and as a blessing married her in next birth as Saaligram. Since then the tradition of Tulsi Vivah came in existence. edit event delete event
Tulsi Vivah 2013
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2013-Nov-14
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Tulsi Vivah duration begins from eleventh day (ekadashi) of bright fortnight of Kartik month to the full moon (Kartik Poornima) of the month i.e. from Kartik ekadashi to Kartik Poornima. Tulsi Vivah is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Tulsi Vivah in 2013 will begin on Thursday, 14th November. Tulsi Vivah marks the ceremonial marriage of Tulsi plant (holy Basil) to Lord Vishnu or his incarnated form Lord Krishna. As per Hindu mythology, Tulsi was actually a woman named Vrinda who was married to a demon king named Jalandhar. Vrinda worshiped Lord Vishnu and prayed for her husband to be invincible. No God was able to defeat Jalandhar because of Vrinda. However, Vishnu disguised himself as Jalandhar and violated Vrinda. Her chastity destroyed, Jalandhar was killed by Shiva. When Vrinda came to know about the truth, she cursed Lord Vishnu and turned him into a black stone (Saaligram) and burnt herself on her husband's funeral. Lord Vishnu then transferred her soul in Tulsi plant and as a blessing married her in next birth as Saaligram. Since then the tradition of Tulsi Vivah came in existence. edit event delete event
Muharram 2016
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2016-Oct-01
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Muharram marks the beginning of the New year. It is the first month of the Islamic year. The first day of Muharram is celebrated by Muslims with utmost enthusiasm and devotion. Muslim community all over the world celebrate this day in order to remember the martyrdom of the prophet Mohammed's grandson- Hazrat Imam Hussein. The festival is celebrated on the same day according to Islamic calendar. Whereas dates according to Gregorian calendar drift almost 11 days earlier than the previous year. However, Muharram in 2016 will begin on Saturday, 1st October. According to Islamic beliefs, Muharram is one of the four most sacred months of the year. It is celebrated In all Muslim communities of the world. Huge processions are carried out amongst the Muslim communities in the world. Carrying out Tazias (glittering replicas of Martyr's tomb) is the most important ritual of the festival. Tazias of Lucknow and Hyderabad are best known for their splendor. The grandest of the celebrations can be seen in Jaipur, Delhi, Agra, Lucknow and Hyderabad. The procession are not meant for weak hearted people, because you expect to see wounded and bloodied people on the streets. edit event delete event
Muharram 2015
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2015-Oct-13
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Muharram marks the beginning of the New year. It is the first month of the Islamic year. The first day of Muharram is celebrated by Muslims with utmost enthusiasm and devotion. Muslim community all over the world celebrate this day in order to remember the martyrdom of the prophet Mohammed's grandson- Hazrat Imam Hussein. The festival is celebrated on the same day according to Islamic calendar. Whereas dates according to Gregorian calendar drift almost 11 days earlier than the previous year. However, Muharram in 2015 will begin on Tuesday, 13th October. According to Islamic beliefs, Muharram is one of the four most sacred months of the year. It is celebrated In all Muslim communities of the world. Huge processions are carried out amongst the Muslim communities in the world. Carrying out Tazias (glittering replicas of Martyr's tomb) is the most important ritual of the festival. Tazias of Lucknow and Hyderabad are best known for their splendor. The grandest of the celebrations can be seen in Jaipur, Delhi, Agra, Lucknow and Hyderabad. The procession are not meant for weak hearted people, because you expect to see wounded and bloodied people on the streets. edit event delete event
Muharram 2014
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2014-Oct-24
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Muharram marks the beginning of the New year. It is the first month of the Islamic year. The first day of Muharram is celebrated by Muslims with utmost enthusiasm and devotion. Muslim community all over the world celebrate this day in order to remember the martyrdom of the prophet Mohammed's grandson- Hazrat Imam Hussein. The festival is celebrated on the same day according to Islamic calendar. Whereas dates according to Gregorian calendar drift almost 11 days earlier than the previous year. However, Muharram in 2014 will begin on Friday, 24th October. According to Islamic beliefs, Muharram is one of the four most sacred months of the year. It is celebrated In all Muslim communities of the world. Huge processions are carried out amongst the Muslim communities in the world. Carrying out Tazias (glittering replicas of Martyr's tomb) is the most important ritual of the festival. Tazias of Lucknow and Hyderabad are best known for their splendor. The grandest of the celebrations can be seen in Jaipur, Delhi, Agra, Lucknow and Hyderabad. The procession are not meant for weak hearted people, because you expect to see wounded and bloodied people on the streets. edit event delete event
Muharram 2013
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2013-Nov-03
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Muharram marks the beginning of the New year. It is the first month of the Islamic year. The first day of Muharram is celebrated by Muslims with utmost enthusiasm and devotion. Muslim community all over the world celebrate this day in order to remember the martyrdom of the prophet Mohammed's grandson- Hazrat Imam Hussein. The festival is celebrated on the same day according to Islamic calendar. Whereas dates according to Gregorian calendar drift almost 11 days earlier than the previous year. However, Muharram in 2013 will begin on Sunday, 3rd November. According to Islamic beliefs, Muharram is one of the four most sacred months of the year. It is celebrated In all Muslim communities of the world. Huge processions are carried out amongst the Muslim communities in the world. Carrying out Tazias (glittering replicas of Martyr's tomb) is the most important ritual of the festival. Tazias of Lucknow and Hyderabad are best known for their splendor. The grandest of the celebrations can be seen in Jaipur, Delhi, Agra, Lucknow and Hyderabad. The procession are not meant for weak hearted people, because you expect to see wounded and bloodied people on the streets. edit event delete event
Jagadhatri Puja 2016
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2016-Nov-07
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Jagadhatri Puja is a four day festival that starts from seventh day of shukla paksha of Kartik month and lasts till tenth day of the same month. Jagadhatri Puja is primarily observed in the state of West Bengal and some parts of Odisha, Bihar and North east region of India. It is a Hindu festival that starts on the day after Chhath Puja. Some people refer it as the Second 'Durga Puja'. The celebrations are similar to 'Durga Puja' that takes place in month of September or October. However, Jagadhatri Puja in 2016 will begin on Monday, 7th November and will last till Thursday, 10th November. Jagadhatri Puja, also spelled as 'Jagaddhatri Puja', is one of the most important festival celebrated in West Bengal. On this day, devotees and followers of Goddess Durga worship Jagadhatri Devi. Goddess Jagadhatri is reincarnation of goddess Durga. The celebrations are grand and the joy of festivities even grander. The true spirit of people of West Bengal can be seen in the preparation of the festival. Huge pendals, king size idol of devi Jagadhatri and bountiful of decorations. Every corner in the state of West Bengal is lit-up in colorful lights. edit event delete event
Jagadhatri Puja 2015
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2015-Nov-18
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Jagadhatri Puja is a four day festival that starts from seventh day of shukla paksha of Kartik month and lasts till tenth day of the same month. Jagadhatri Puja is primarily observed in the state of West Bengal and some parts of Odisha, Bihar and North east region of India. It is a Hindu festival that starts on the day after Chhath Puja. Some people refer it as the Second 'Durga Puja'. The celebrations are similar to 'Durga Puja' that takes place in month of September or October. However, Jagadhatri Puja in 2015 will begin on Wednesday, 18th November and will last till Saturday, 21st November. Jagadhatri Puja, also spelled as 'Jagaddhatri Puja', is one of the most important festival celebrated in West Bengal. On this day, devotees and followers of Goddess Durga worship Jagadhatri Devi. Goddess Jagadhatri is reincarnation of goddess Durga. The celebrations are grand and the joy of festivities even grander. The true spirit of people of West Bengal can be seen in the preparation of the festival. Huge pendals, king size idol of devi Jagadhatri and bountiful of decorations. Every corner in the state of West Bengal is lit-up in colorful lights. edit event delete event
Jagadhatri Puja 2014
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2014-Oct-30
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Jagadhatri Puja is a four day festival that starts from seventh day of shukla paksha of Kartik month and lasts till tenth day of the same month. Jagadhatri Puja is primarily observed in the state of West Bengal and some parts of Odisha, Bihar and North east region of India. It is a Hindu festival that starts on the day after Chhath Puja. Some people refer it as the Second 'Durga Puja'. The celebrations are similar to 'Durga Puja' that takes place in month of September or October. However, Jagadhatri Puja in 2014 will begin on Thursday, 30th October and will last till Sunday, 2nd November. Jagadhatri Puja, also spelled as 'Jagaddhatri Puja', is one of the most important festival celebrated in West Bengal. On this day, devotees and followers of Goddess Durga worship Jagadhatri Devi. Goddess Jagadhatri is reincarnation of goddess Durga. The celebrations are grand and the joy of festivities even grander. The true spirit of people of West Bengal can be seen in the preparation of the festival. Huge pendals, king size idol of devi Jagadhatri and bountiful of decorations. Every corner in the state of West Bengal is lit-up in colorful lights. edit event delete event
Jagadhatri Puja 2013
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2013-Nov-12
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Jagadhatri Puja is a four day festival that starts from seventh day of shukla paksha of Kartik month and lasts till tenth day of the same month. Jagadhatri Puja is primarily observed in the state of West Bengal and some parts of Odisha, Bihar and North east region of India. It is a Hindu festival that starts on the day after Chhath Puja. Some people refer it as the Second 'Durga Puja'. The celebrations are similar to 'Durga Puja' that takes place in month of September or October. However, Jagadhatri Puja in 2013 will begin on Saturday, 9th November and will last till Tuesday, 12th November. Jagadhatri Puja, also spelled as 'Jagaddhatri Puja', is one of the most important festival celebrated in West Bengal. On this day, devotees and followers of Goddess Durga worship Jagadhatri Devi. Goddess Jagadhatri is reincarnation of goddess Durga. The celebrations are grand and the joy of festivities even grander. The true spirit of people of West Bengal can be seen in the preparation of the festival. Huge pendals, king size idol of devi Jagadhatri and bountiful of decorations. Every corner in the state of West Bengal is lit-up in colorful lights. edit event delete event
Chhath 2016
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2016-Nov-06
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Chhath is celebrated on sixth (Shashthi, Chhath) day of shukla paksha of Kartik month. Chhath, also known as 'Surya Shashthi, Dala Chhath', is a Hindu festival celebrated mainly in northeast region of India, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Delhi, Mumbai and Mauritius. Most elaborated festivities can be seen in the sate of Bihar, Jharkhand and some parts of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Chhat is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Chhath in 2016 will be observed on Sunday, 6th November. Chhath is the only Vedic festival dedicated to Lord Surya (the Sun God). In some parts of India it is also known as 'Surya Shashthi'. It is a three to four (depending upon tithi) day festival that begin two days prior to shashthi and ends the day after. It is the most widely celebrated festival in the state of Bihar. edit event delete event
Chhath 2015
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2015-Nov-17
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Chhath is celebrated on sixth (Shashthi, Chhath) day of shukla paksha of Kartik month. Chhath, also known as 'Surya Shashthi, Dala Chhath', is a Hindu festival celebrated mainly in northeast region of India, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Delhi, Mumbai and Mauritius. Most elaborated festivities can be seen in the sate of Bihar, Jharkhand and some parts of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Chhat is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Chhath in 2015 will be observed on Tuesday, 17th November. Chhath is the only Vedic festival dedicated to Lord Surya (the Sun God). In some parts of India it is also known as 'Surya Shashthi'. It is a three to four (depending upon tithi) day festival that begin two days prior to shashthi and ends the day after. It is the most widely celebrated festival in the state of Bihar. edit event delete event
Chhath 2014
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2014-Oct-29
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Chhath is celebrated on sixth (Shashthi, Chhath) day of shukla paksha of Kartik month. Chhath, also known as 'Surya Shashthi, Dala Chhath', is a Hindu festival celebrated mainly in northeast region of India, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Delhi, Mumbai and Mauritius. Most elaborated festivities can be seen in the sate of Bihar, Jharkhand and some parts of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Chhat is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Chhath in 2013 will be observed on Wednesday, 29th October. Chhath is the only Vedic festival dedicated to Lord Surya (the Sun God). In some parts of India it is also known as 'Surya Shashthi'. It is a three to four (depending upon tithi) day festival that begin two days prior to shashthi and ends the day after. It is the most widely celebrated festival in the state of Bihar. edit event delete event
Chhath 2013
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2013-Nov-08
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Chhath is celebrated on sixth (Shashthi, Chhath) day of shukla paksha of Kartik month. Chhath, also known as 'Surya Shashthi, Dala Chhath', is a Hindu festival celebrated mainly in northeast region of India, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Delhi, Mumbai and Mauritius. Most elaborated festivities can be seen in the sate of Bihar, Jharkhand and some parts of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Chhat is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Chhath in 2013 will be observed on Friday, 8th November. Chhath is the only Vedic festival dedicated to Lord Surya (the Sun God). In some parts of India it is also known as 'Surya Shashthi'. It is a three to four (depending upon tithi) day festival that begin two days prior to shashthi and ends the day after. It is the most widely celebrated festival in the state of Bihar. edit event delete event
Govardhan Puja 2016
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2016-Oct-31
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Gorvardhan Puja is celebrated on the day after Diwali i.e First day of Kartik month. Govardhan Puja, also known as ‘Godhan ans Annakut’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Govardhan Puja in 2016 will be observed on Monday, 31st October. Govardhan Puja is celebrated as the day when Lord Krishna defeated Lord Indra. Govardhan Puja is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. On this day people worship Lord Krishna and Mount Govardhan (Govardhan Parvat). Govardhan Puja is the fourth day of five days Diwali celebrations. The first being Dhanteras, second is Narak Chaturdashi, third is Diwali, fourth is Govardhan and fifth day is Bhai Dooj. According to Hindu mythology, it was on this day that Lord Krishna taught people to worship the supreme controller of Nature (Govardhan) and not God of Rains (Indra). The most spectacular celebrations can be seen in the sates of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. edit event delete event
Govardhan Puja 2015
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2015-Nov-12
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Gorvardhan Puja is celebrated on the day after Diwali i.e First day of Kartik month. Govardhan Puja, also known as ‘Godhan ans Annakut’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Govardhan Puja in 2015 will be observed on Thursday, 12th November. Govardhan Puja is celebrated as the day when Lord Krishna defeated Lord Indra. Govardhan Puja is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. On this day people worship Lord Krishna and Mount Govardhan (Govardhan Parvat). Govardhan Puja is the fourth day of five days Diwali celebrations. The first being Dhanteras, second is Narak Chaturdashi, third is Diwali, fourth is Govardhan and fifth day is Bhai Dooj. According to Hindu mythology, it was on this day that Lord Krishna taught people to worship the supreme controller of Nature (Govardhan) and not God of Rains (Indra). The most spectacular celebrations can be seen in the sates of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. edit event delete event
Govardhan Puja 2014
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2014-Oct-24
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Gorvardhan Puja is celebrated on the day after Diwali i.e First day of Kartik month. Govardhan Puja, also known as ‘Godhan ans Annakut’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Govardhan Puja in 2014 will be observed on Friday, 24th October. Govardhan Puja is celebrated as the day when Lord Krishna defeated Lord Indra. Govardhan Puja is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. On this day people worship Lord Krishna and Mount Govardhan (Govardhan Parvat). Govardhan Puja is the fourth day of five days Diwali celebrations. The first being Dhanteras, second is Narak Chaturdashi, third is Diwali, fourth is Govardhan and fifth day is Bhai Dooj. According to Hindu mythology, it was on this day that Lord Krishna taught people to worship the supreme controller of Nature (Govardhan) and not God of Rains (Indra). The most spectacular celebrations can be seen in the sates of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. edit event delete event
Govardhan Puja 2013
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2013-Nov-04
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Gorvardhan Puja is celebrated on the day after Diwali i.e First day of Kartik month. Govardhan Puja, also known as ‘Godhan ans Annakut’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Govardhan Puja in 2013 will be observed on Monday, 4th November. Govardhan Puja is celebrated as the day when Lord Krishna defeated Lord Indra. Govardhan Puja is primarily observed in India but is celebrated in all Hindu communities all over the world. On this day people worship Lord Krishna and Mount Govardhan (Govardhan Parvat). Govardhan Puja is the fourth day of five days Diwali celebrations. The first being Dhanteras, second is Narak Chaturdashi, third is Diwali, fourth is Govardhan and fifth day is Bhai Dooj. According to Hindu mythology, it was on this day that Lord Krishna taught people to worship the supreme controller of Nature (Govardhan) and not God of Rains (Indra). The most spectacular celebrations can be seen in the sates of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. edit event delete event
Naraka Chaturdashi 2016
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2016-Oct-29
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Naraka Chaturdashi is observed a day before Diwali i.e. 14th day of dark half of Ashwin month. Naraka Chaturdashi is the second day of five days Diwali celebrations. The first being Dhanteras, second is Narak Chaturdashi, third is Diwali, fourth day is Govardhan and fifth day is Bhai Dooj. According to Hindu legends, Kali (the Goddess of power) killed Narakasura on this day. The day is celebrated in order to eradicate laziness and evil from the life. Naraka Chaturdashi is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Naraka Chaturdashi in 2016 will be observed on Saturday, 29th October. The main ritual of Naraka Chaturdashi is to wake up early morning (before Sunrise), apply 'Ubatan' (a mix of herbs, oil, flowers and other essential ingredients) and take bath. It is said that the person who fails to do so, goes straight to hell. Narak Chaturdashi day is also known as Choti Diwali, Kali Chaudas, Roop Chaturdashi and Roop Chaudas. edit event delete event