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Naraka Chaturdashi 2015
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2015-Nov-10
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 2015 will be observed on Tuesday, 10th November. 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
Naraka Chaturdashi 2014
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2014-Oct-22
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 2014 will be observed on Wednesday, 22nd 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
Naraka Chaturdashi 2013
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2013-Nov-02
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 2013 will be observed on Saturday, 2nd November. 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
Dhanteras 2016
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2016-Oct-27
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Dhanteras falls on thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha in Kartik month. Dhanteras, also known as 'Dhanatrayodashi', is an auspicious day celebrated just two days before the Diwali. Like Diwali is known as 'Festival of lights', Dhanteras is known as 'Festival of Wealth'. It is believed that on this day Goddess Lakshmi comes down on earth and stays here for next five days. Dhanteras is primarily celebrated in India, however, Hindus outside India too observe this festival with equal fun and excitement. Dhanteras is a festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. On this day people worship Goddess Lakshmi and pray of good health and prosperity. Dhanteras is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Dhanteras in 2016 will be observed on Thursday, 27th October. Dhanteras also marks the beginning of Diwali festivities and celebrations. The most common ritual followed by people for this day is purchasing precious metals and or steel / copper/ brass utensils. Some people buy other household appliances like TV, washing machine and small kitchen appliances. edit event delete event
Dhanteras 2015
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2015-Nov-09
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Dhanteras falls on thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha in Kartik month. Dhanteras, also known as 'Dhanatrayodashi', is an auspicious day celebrated just two days before the Diwali. Like Diwali is known as 'Festival of lights', Dhanteras is known as 'Festival of Wealth'. It is believed that on this day Goddess Lakshmi comes down on earth and stays here for next five days. Dhanteras is primarily celebrated in India, however, Hindus outside India too observe this festival with equal fun and excitement. Dhanteras is a festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. On this day people worship Goddess Lakshmi and pray of good health and prosperity. Dhanteras is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Dhanteras in 2015 will be observed on Monday, 9th November. Dhanteras also marks the beginning of Diwali festivities and celebrations. The most common ritual followed by people for this day is purchasing precious metals and or steel / copper/ brass utensils. Some people buy other household appliances like TV, washing machine and small kitchen appliances. edit event delete event
Dhanteras 2014
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2014-Oct-21
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Dhanteras falls on thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha in Kartik month. Dhanteras, also known as 'Dhanatrayodashi', is an auspicious day celebrated just two days before the Diwali. Like Diwali is known as 'Festival of lights', Dhanteras is known as 'Festival of Wealth'. It is believed that on this day Goddess Lakshmi comes down on earth and stays here for next five days. Dhanteras is primarily celebrated in India, however, Hindus outside India too observe this festival with equal fun and excitement. Dhanteras is a festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. On this day people worship Goddess Lakshmi and pray of good health and prosperity. Dhanteras is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Dhanteras in 2014 will be observed on Tuesday, 21st October. Dhanteras also marks the beginning of Diwali festivities and celebrations. The most common ritual followed by people for this day is purchasing precious metals and or steel / copper/ brass utensils. Some people buy other household appliances like TV, washing machine and small kitchen appliances. edit event delete event
Dhanteras 2013
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2013-Nov-01
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Dhanteras falls on thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha in Kartik month. Dhanteras, also known as 'Dhanatrayodashi', is an auspicious day celebrated just two days before the Diwali. Like Diwali is known as 'Festival of lights', Dhanteras is known as 'Festival of Wealth'. It is believed that on this day Goddess Lakshmi comes down on earth and stays here for next five days. Dhanteras is primarily celebrated in India, however, Hindus outside India too observe this festival with equal fun and excitement. Dhanteras is a festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. On this day people worship Goddess Lakshmi and pray of good health and prosperity. Dhanteras is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Dhanteras in 2013 will be observed on Friday, 1st November. Dhanteras also marks the beginning of Diwali festivities and celebrations. The most common ritual followed by people for this day is purchasing precious metals and or steel / copper/ brass utensils. Some people buy other household appliances like TV, washing machine and small kitchen appliances. edit event delete event
Lakshmi Puja 2016
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2016-Oct-30
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Lakshmi Puja falls on Dark fortnight (Amavasya) of Kartik month. Lakshmi Puja, popularly known as ‘festival of lights’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Lakshmi Puja in 2016 will be observed on Sunday, 30th October. The festival marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of Vanvas. Lakshmi Puja 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 Lakshmi Puja 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
Lakshmi Puja 2015
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2015-Nov-11
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Lakshmi Puja falls on Dark fortnight (Amavasya) of Kartik month. Lakshmi Puja, popularly known as ‘festival of lights’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Lakshmi Puja in 2015 will be observed on Wednesday, 11th November. The festival marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of Vanvas. Lakshmi Puja 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 Lakshmi Puja 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
Lakshmi Puja 2014
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2014-Oct-23
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Lakshmi Puja falls on Dark fortnight (Amavasya) of Kartik month. Lakshmi Puja, popularly known as ‘festival of lights’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Lakshmi Puja in 2014 will be observed on Thursday, 23rd October. The festival marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of Vanvas. Lakshmi Puja 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 Lakshmi Puja 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
Lakshmi Puja 2013
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2013-Nov-03
Festival As per Hindu Calender, the festival of Lakshmi Puja falls on Dark fortnight (Amavasya) of Kartik month. Lakshmi Puja, popularly known as ‘festival of lights’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the months of October or November. However, Lakshmi Puja in 2013 will be observed on Sunday, 3rd November. The festival marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of Vanvas. Lakshmi Puja 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 Lakshmi Puja 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
Bakrid 2016
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2016-Sep-10
Festival As per Islamic calendar, Bakrid will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Bakrid is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Bakrid is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Bakrid. Bakrid is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Bakrid in 2016 will begin in the evening of Saturday, 10th September and ends in the evening of Sunday, 11th September. Bakrid is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Bakrid dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Bakrid 2015
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2015-Sep-22
Festival As per islamic calendar, Bakrid will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Bakrid is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Bakrid is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Bakrid. Bakrid is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Bakrid in 2015 will begin in the evening of Tuesday, 22nd September and ends in the evening of Wednesday, 23rd September. Bakrid is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Bakrid dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Bakrid 2014
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2014-Oct-03
Festival As per islamic calendar, Bakrid will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Bakrid is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Bakrid is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Bakrid. Bakrid is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Bakrid in 2014 will begin in the evening of Friday, 3rd October and ends in the evening of Saturday, 4th October. Bakrid is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Bakrid dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Bakrid 2013
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2013-Oct-14
Festival As per islamic calendar, Bakrid will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Bakrid is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Bakrid is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Bakrid. Bakrid is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Bakrid in 2013 will begin in the evening of Monday, 14th October and ends in the evening of Tuesday, 15th October. Bakrid is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Bakrid dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Ahoi Ashtami 2016
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2016-Oct-22
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ahoi Ashtami is celebrated on eighth day of waning moon in Kartik month. Ahoi Ashtami is a fasting festival celebrated mostly in northern region of India. On this day mothers fast from dawn to dusk, without eating or drinking anything, for the well being of their sons. Fast is broken after sighting stars in the sky in evening. The entire day is similar to that of Karwa Chauth. The difference is, Karwa Chauth is observed for the well-being of husbands whereas Ahoi Ashtami is observed for the well-being of sons. Ahoi Ashtami, also known as Ahoi Aathe, is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Ahoi Ashtami in 2016 will be observed on Saturday, 22nd October. Mothers on this day follow a strict fast and abstain from eating or drinking anything. Before sun sets, all fasting mothers gather and narrate various stories associated with the fast. They then worship Ahoi Mata (Goddess Ahoi) and pray for good health and prosperity of their sons. edit event delete event
Ahoi Ashtami 2015
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2015-Nov-03
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ahoi Ashtami is celebrated on eighth day of waning moon in Kartik month. Ahoi Ashtami is a fasting festival celebrated mostly in northern region of India. On this day mothers fast from dawn to dusk, without eating or drinking anything, for the well being of their sons. Fast is broken after sighting stars in the sky in evening. The entire day is similar to that of Karwa Chauth. The difference is, Karwa Chauth is observed for the well-being of husbands whereas Ahoi Ashtami is observed for the well-being of sons. Ahoi Ashtami, also known as Ahoi Aathe, is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Ahoi Ashtami in 2015 will be observed on Tuesday, 3rd November. Mothers on this day follow a strict fast and abstain from eating or drinking anything. Before sun sets, all fasting mothers gather and narrate various stories associated with the fast. They then worship Ahoi Mata (Goddess Ahoi) and pray for good health and prosperity of their sons. edit event delete event
Ahoi Ashtami 2014
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2014-Oct-15
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ahoi Ashtami is celebrated on eighth day of waning moon in Kartik month. Ahoi Ashtami is a fasting festival celebrated mostly in northern region of India. On this day mothers fast from dawn to dusk, without eating or drinking anything, for the well being of their sons. Fast is broken after sighting stars in the sky in evening. The entire day is similar to that of Karwa Chauth. The difference is, Karwa Chauth is observed for the well-being of husbands whereas Ahoi Ashtami is observed for the well-being of sons. Ahoi Ashtami, also known as Ahoi Aathe, is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Ahoi Ashtami in 2014 will be observed on Wednesday, 15th October. Mothers on this day follow a strict fast and abstain from eating or drinking anything. Before sun sets, all fasting mothers gather and narrate various stories associated with the fast. They then worship Ahoi Mata (Goddess Ahoi) and pray for good health and prosperity of their sons. edit event delete event
Ahoi Ashtami 2013
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2013-Oct-26
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ahoi Ashtami is celebrated on eighth day of waning moon in Kartik month. Ahoi Ashtami is a fasting festival celebrated mostly in northern region of India. On this day mothers fast from dawn to dusk, without eating or drinking anything, for the well being of their sons. Fast is broken after sighting stars in the sky in evening. The entire day is similar to that of Karwa Chauth. The difference is, Karwa Chauth is observed for the well-being of husbands whereas Ahoi Ashtami is observed for the well-being of sons. Ahoi Ashtami, also known as Ahoi Aathe, is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Ahoi Ashtami in 2013 will be observed on Saturday, 26th October. Mothers on this day follow a strict fast and abstain from eating or drinking anything. Before sun sets, all fasting mothers gather and narrate various stories associated with the fast. They then worship Ahoi Mata (Goddess Ahoi) and pray for good health and prosperity of their sons. edit event delete event
Id Al-Adha 2016
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2016-Sep-10
Festival As per islamic calendar, Id al-Adha will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Id al-Adha is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Id al-Adha is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Id al-Adha. Id al-Adha is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Id al-Adha in 2016 will begin in the evening of Saturday, 10th September and ends in the evening of Sunday, 11th September. Id al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Id al-Adha dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Id Al-Adha 2015
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2015-Sep-22
Festival As per islamic calendar, Id al-Adha will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Id al-Adha is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Id al-Adha is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Id al-Adha. Id al-Adha is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Id al-Adha in 2015 will begin in the evening of Tuesday, 22nd September and ends in the evening of Wednesday, 23rd September. Id al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Id al-Adha dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Id Al-Adha 2014
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2014-Oct-03
Festival As per islamic calendar, Id al-Adha will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Id al-Adha is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Id al-Adha is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Id al-Adha. Id al-Adha is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Id al-Adha in 2014 will begin in the evening of Friday, 3rd October and ends in the evening of Saturday, 4th October. Id al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Id al-Adha dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Id Al-Adha 2013
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2013-Oct-14
Festival As per islamic calendar, Id al-Adha will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Id al-Adha is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Id al-Adha is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Id al-Adha. Id al-Adha is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Id al-Adha in 2013 will begin in the evening of Monday, 14th October and ends in the evening of Tuesday, 15th October. Id al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Id al-Adha dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Karwa Chauth 2016
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2016-Oct-19
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Karwa Chauth is celebrated on fourth day of waning moon in Kartik month. Karwa Chauth is celebrated by the married women of North India. It usually fall nine days before Diwali. The festival marks an auspicious fast observed by married women for long life, well being and prosperity of their husband. The women strictly adhere to the guidelines laid down for the fast and refrain from food and water for one complete day. The festival also provides an opportunity for socializing with family, relatives, friends and in laws. Karwa Chauth is symbolic of unflagging loyalty of a wife towards her husband. Karwa Chauth is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Karwa Chauth in 2016 will be observed on Wednesday, 19th October. Karwa Chauth is a Hindu festival celebrated by married women. The celebrations follow a number of rituals traditions.One such important ritual is applying henna (mehendi) on hands. Few ladies follow a strict fast where they do not eat or drink anything. Not even a single drop of water. It is said that successful completion of this fast ensures long life and prosperous future for her husband. edit event delete event
Karwa Chauth 2015
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2015-Oct-30
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Karwa Chauth is celebrated on fourth day of waning moon in Kartik month. Karwa Chauth is celebrated by the married women of North India. It usually fall nine days before Diwali. The festival marks an auspicious fast observed by married women for long life, well being and prosperity of their husband. The women strictly adhere to the guidelines laid down for the fast and refrain from food and water for one complete day. The festival also provides an opportunity for socializing with family, relatives, friends and in laws. Karwa Chauth is symbolic of unflagging loyalty of a wife towards her husband. Karwa Chauth is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Karwa Chauth in 2015 will be observed on Friday, 30th October. Karwa Chauth is a Hindu festival celebrated by married women. The celebrations follow a number of rituals traditions.One such important ritual is applying henna (mehendi) on hands. Few ladies follow a strict fast where they do not eat or drink anything. Not even a single drop of water. It is said that successful completion of this fast ensures long life and prosperous future for her husband. edit event delete event
Karwa Chauth 2014
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2014-Oct-11
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Karwa Chauth is celebrated on fourth day of waning moon in Kartik month. Karwa Chauth is celebrated by the married women of North India. It usually fall nine days before Diwali. The festival marks an auspicious fast observed by married women for long life, well being and prosperity of their husband. The women strictly adhere to the guidelines laid down for the fast and refrain from food and water for one complete day. The festival also provides an opportunity for socializing with family, relatives, friends and in laws. Karwa Chauth is symbolic of unflagging loyalty of a wife towards her husband. Karwa Chauth is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Karwa Chauth in 2014 will be observed on Saturday, 11th October. Karwa Chauth is a Hindu festival celebrated by married women. The celebrations follow a number of rituals traditions.One such important ritual is applying henna (mehendi) on hands. Few ladies follow a strict fast where they do not eat or drink anything. Not even a single drop of water. It is said that successful completion of this fast ensures long life and prosperous future for her husband. edit event delete event
Karwa Chauth 2013
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2013-Oct-22
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Karwa Chauth is celebrated on fourth day of waning moon in Kartik month. Karwa Chauth is celebrated by the married women of North India. It usually fall nine days before Diwali. The festival marks an auspicious fast observed by married women for long life, well being and prosperity of their husband. The women strictly adhere to the guidelines laid down for the fast and refrain from food and water for one complete day. The festival also provides an opportunity for socializing with family, relatives, friends and in laws. Karwa Chauth is symbolic of unflagging loyalty of a wife towards her husband. Karwa Chauth is usually observed in the month of October or November. However, Karwa Chauth in 2013 will be observed on Tuesday, 22nd October. Karwa Chauth is a Hindu festival celebrated by married women. The celebrations follow a number of rituals traditions.One such important ritual is applying henna (mehendi) on hands. Few ladies follow a strict fast where they do not eat or drink anything. Not even a single drop of water. It is said that successful completion of this fast ensures long life and prosperous future for her husband. edit event delete event
Eid Al-Adha 2016
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2016-Sep-10
Festival As per islamic calendar, Eid al-Adha will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Eid al-Adha is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Eid al-Adha is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Eid al-Adha. Eid al Adha is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Eid Al Adha in 2016 will begin in the evening of Saturday, 10th September and ends in the evening of Sunday, 11th September. Eid al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Eid al-Adha dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Eid Al-Adha 2015
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2015-Sep-22
Festival As per islamic calendar, Eid al-Adha will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Eid al-Adha is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Eid al-Adha is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Eid al-Adha. Eid al Adha is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Eid Al Adha in 2015 will begin in the evening of Tuesday, 22nd September and ends in the evening of Wednesday, 23rd September. Eid al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Eid al-Adha dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event
Eid Al-Adha 2014
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2014-Oct-03
Festival As per islamic calendar, Eid al-Adha will be observed on 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah and lasts for four days. Eid al-Adha is a Muslim festival which is celebrated in order to honor the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice his young first-born son (Ishmael) to God. It is considered as the biggest sacrifice anybody can Make. However, God intervened and asked Abraham to sacrifice a lamb instead. Eid al-Adha is amongst the two most important Eid celebrated in the world. One being Eid Ul Fitr and the other is Eid al-Adha. Eid al Adha is usually observed in the month of September or October or November. However, Eid Al Adha in 2014 will begin in the evening of Friday, 3rd October and ends in the evening of Saturday, 4th October. Eid al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year. Eid al-Adha dates on Gregorian calendar drifts approximately 11 days earlier each year. edit event delete event