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Eid Al-Adha 2013
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2013-Oct-14
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 2013 will begin in the evening of Monday, 14th October and ends in the evening of Tuesday, 15th 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
Navratri 2016
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2016-Oct-01
Festival As per Hindu calendar, the festival of Navrati begins on first day of Ashwin month. Navratri is the 9 day long Hindu festival of worship and dance. In Sanskrit the word Navratri literally means nine nights. Nava means nine and Ratri means Nights. During these 9 nights nine forms of shakti (power) are worshiped. Each day is dedicated to a Goddess and has very important significance. The first day of Navaratri is also called as Ghatasthapana. Navratri in 2016 will begin on Saturday, 1st October and will last till Sunday, 9th October. The first three days of Navratri are dedicated to Goddess Durga, dressed in red and mounted on a lion. Her various incarnations - Kumari, Parvati and Kali are worshiped during these days. Next three days are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi who is regarded as the Goddess of prosperity and knowledge. The last three days are dedicated to Goddess Saraswati also known as the Goddess of knowledge. Navratri celebrates the slaying of Mahishasura by the Goddess Durga. The festival is observed all over India, particularly in Northern, Eastern, and Western India. edit event delete event
Navratri 2015
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2015-Oct-13
Festival As per Hindu calendar, the festival of Navrati begins on first day of Ashwin month. Navratri is the 9 day long Hindu festival of worship and dance. In Sanskrit the word Navratri literally means nine nights. Nava means nine and Ratri means Nights. During these 9 nights nine forms of shakti (power) are worshiped. Each day is dedicated to a Goddess and has very important significance. The first day of Navaratri is also called as Ghatasthapana. Navratri in 2015 will begin on Tuesday, 13th October and will last till Wednesday, 21st October. The first three days of Navratri are dedicated to Goddess Durga, dressed in red and mounted on a lion. Her various incarnations - Kumari, Parvati and Kali are worshiped during these days. Next three days are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi who is regarded as the Goddess of prosperity and knowledge. The last three days are dedicated to Goddess Saraswati also known as the Goddess of knowledge. Navratri celebrates the slaying of Mahishasura by the Goddess Durga. The festival is observed all over India, particularly in Northern, Eastern, and Western India. edit event delete event
Navratri 2014
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2014-Sep-25
Festival As per Hindu calendar, the festival of Navrati begins on first day of Ashwin month. Navratri is the 9 day long Hindu festival of worship and dance. In Sanskrit the word Navratri literally means nine nights. Nava means nine and Ratri means Nights. During these 9 nights nine forms of shakti (power) are worshiped. Each day is dedicated to a Goddess and has very important significance. The first day of Navaratri is also called as Ghatasthapana. Navratri in 2014 will begin on Thursday, 25th September and will last till Friday, 3rd October. The first three days of Navratri are dedicated to Goddess Durga, dressed in red and mounted on a lion. Her various incarnations - Kumari, Parvati and Kali are worshiped during these days. Next three days are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi who is regarded as the Goddess of prosperity and knowledge. The last three days are dedicated to Goddess Saraswati also known as the Goddess of knowledge. Navratri celebrates the slaying of Mahishasura by the Goddess Durga. The festival is observed all over India, particularly in Northern, Eastern, and Western India. edit event delete event
Navratri 2013
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2013-Oct-05
Festival As per Hindu calendar, the festival of Navrati begins on first day of Ashwin month. Navratri is the 9 day long Hindu festival of worship and dance. In Sanskrit the word Navratri literally means nine nights. Nava means nine and Ratri means Nights. During these 9 nights nine forms of shakti (power) are worshiped. Each day is dedicated to a Goddess and has very important significance. The first day of Navaratri is also called as Ghatasthapana. Navratri in 2013 will begin on Saturday, 5th October and will last till Sunday, 13th October. The first three days of Navratri are dedicated to Goddess Durga, dressed in red and mounted on a lion. Her various incarnations - Kumari, Parvati and Kali are worshiped during these days. Next three days are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi who is regarded as the Goddess of prosperity and knowledge. The last three days are dedicated to Goddess Saraswati also known as the Goddess of knowledge. Navratri celebrates the slaying of Mahishasura by the Goddess Durga. The festival is observed all over India, particularly in Northern, Eastern, and Western India. edit event delete event
Durga Ashtami 2016
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2016-Oct-09
Festival As per Hindu Calendar, Durga Ashtami is celebrated on eighth day of Durga Navratri in the month of Ashwin. Durga Ashtami celebrates the victory of Maa Durga over Mahishasura, a bull demon. Another Hindu legend says that it is on this day that Kali mata along with 64 other Yoginis emerged from the forehead of Maa Durga in order to kill Chanda and Munda (devils). The day marks the victory of good over evil. Durga Ashtami usually falls in the month of September or October. However, Durga Ashtami in 2016 will be observed on Sunday, 9th October. Durga Ashtami hold a religious importance for the people in West Bengal and other eastern states of India. Rest of India celebrates it as a fasting day and worship Goddess Durga. In West Bengal it is the grandest festival celebrated all across the state. The huge figurines of Durga are installed in pendals every where. edit event delete event
Durga Ashtami 2015
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2015-Oct-21
Festival As per Hindu Calendar, Durga Ashtami is celebrated on eighth day of Durga Navratri in the month of Ashwin. Durga Ashtami celebrates the victory of Maa Durga over Mahishasura, a bull demon. Another Hindu legend says that it is on this day that Kali mata along with 64 other Yoginis emerged from the forehead of Maa Durga in order to kill Chanda and Munda (devils). The day marks the victory of good over evil. Durga Ashtami usually falls in the month of September or October. However, Durga Ashtami in 2015 will be observed on Wednesday, 21st October. Durga Ashtami hold a religious importance for the people in West Bengal and other eastern states of India. Rest of India celebrates it as a fasting day and worship Goddess Durga. In West Bengal it is the grandest festival celebrated all across the state. The huge figurines of Durga are installed in pendals every where. edit event delete event
Durga Ashtami 2014
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2014-Oct-02
Festival As per Hindu Calendar, Durga Ashtami is celebrated on eighth day of Durga Navratri in the month of Ashwin. Durga Ashtami celebrates the victory of Maa Durga over Mahishasura, a bull demon. Another Hindu legend says that it is on this day that Kali mata along with 64 other Yoginis emerged from the forehead of Maa Durga in order to kill Chanda and Munda (devils). The day marks the victory of good over evil. Durga Ashtami usually falls in the month of September or October. However, Durga Ashtami in 2014 will be observed on Thursday, 2nd October. Durga Ashtami hold a religious importance for the people in West Bengal and other eastern states of India. Rest of India celebrates it as a fasting day and worship Goddess Durga. In West Bengal it is the grandest festival celebrated all across the state. The huge figurines of Durga are installed in pendals every where. edit event delete event
Durga Ashtami 2013
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2013-Oct-12
Festival As per Hindu Calendar, Durga Ashtami is celebrated on eighth day of Durga Navratri in the month of Ashwin. Durga Ashtami celebrates the victory of Maa Durga over Mahishasura, a bull demon. Another Hindu legend says that it is on this day that Kali mata along with 64 other Yoginis emerged from the forehead of Maa Durga in order to kill Chanda and Munda (devils). The day marks the victory of good over evil. Durga Ashtami usually falls in the month of September or October. However, Durga Ashtami in 2013 will be observed on Saturday, 12th October. Durga Ashtami hold a religious importance for the people in West Bengal and other eastern states of India. Rest of India celebrates it as a fasting day and worship Goddess Durga. In West Bengal it is the grandest festival celebrated all across the state. The huge figurines of Durga are installed in pendals every where. edit event delete event
Durga Puja 2016
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2016-Oct-07
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Durga Puja begins on sixth day and lasts till tenth day of Kartik month . Durga Puja is predominantly celebrated in the states of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Tripura and West Bengal. It is the most important festival in these states. It is a five /six day long festival that begins on 6th day of Kartik month and ends on dashami (tenth day) of the same month. The Grandest of the celebration takes place on the eighth day known as 'Durga Ashtami'. Durga Puja is usually observed either at the end of September or at the beginning of November. However, Durga Puja in 2016 will begin on Friday, 7th October and will be celebrated till Vijayadashami i.e. Tuesday, 11th October. Durga Puja is the widest celebrated festival in eastern India. Most of the states have a five day holiday during Durga Puja. The festival is also referred as Durgotsava and the six days are referred as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami. edit event delete event
Durga Puja 2015
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2015-Oct-16
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Durga Puja begins on sixth day and lasts till tenth day of Kartik month . Durga Puja is predominantly celebrated in the states of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Tripura and West Bengal. It is the most important festival in these states. It is a five /six day long festival that begins on 6th day of Kartik month and ends on dashami (tenth day) of the same month. The Grandest of the celebration takes place on the eighth day known as 'Durga Ashtami'. Durga Puja is usually observed either at the end of September or at the beginning of November. However, Durga Puja in 2015 will begin on Friday, 16th October and will be celebrated till Vijayadashami i.e. Thursday, 22nd October. Durga Puja is the widest celebrated festival in eastern India. Most of the states have a five day holiday during Durga Puja. The festival is also referred as Durgotsava and the six days are referred as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami. edit event delete event
Durga Puja 2014
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2014-Sep-30
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Durga Puja begins on sixth day and lasts till tenth day of Kartik month . Durga Puja is predominantly celebrated in the states of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Tripura and West Bengal. It is the most important festival in these states. It is a five /six day long festival that begins on 6th day of Kartik month and ends on dashami (tenth day) of the same month. The Grandest of the celebration takes place on the eighth day known as 'Durga Ashtami'. Durga Puja is usually observed either at the end of September or at the beginning of November. However, Durga Puja in 2014 will begin on Tuesday, 30th September and will be celebrated till Vijayadashami i.e. Saturday, 4th October. Durga Puja is the widest celebrated festival in eastern India. Most of the states have a five day holiday during Durga Puja. The festival is also referred as Durgotsava and the six days are referred as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami. edit event delete event
Durga Puja 2013
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2013-Oct-09
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Durga Puja begins on sixth day and lasts till tenth day of Kartik month . Durga Puja is predominantly celebrated in the states of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Tripura and West Bengal. It is the most important festival in these states. It is a five /six day long festival that begins on 6th day of Kartik month and ends on dashami (tenth day) of the same month. The Grandest of the celebration takes place on the eighth day known as 'Durga Ashtami'. Durga Puja is usually observed either at the end of September or at the beginning of November. However, Durga Puja in 2013 will begin on Wednesday, 9th October and will be celebrated till Vijayadashami i.e. Monday, 14th October. Durga Puja is the widest celebrated festival in eastern India. Most of the states have a five day holiday during Durga Puja. The festival is also referred as Durgotsava and the six days are referred as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami. edit event delete event
Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti 2016
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2016-Oct-02
Event Lal Bahadur Shashtri Jayanti, in India, is celebrated on 2nd October every year. 2nd October in India is celebrated as Birthday of two great leaders of India. One being Mahatma Gandhi and other one being Lal Bahadur Shashtri. Lal Bahadur Shastri was the second Prime Minister of India who was also a great leader. He too played an important role in India's fight for freedom. Lal Bahadur Shastri became a national hero after Indo-Pak war of 1965. Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti in 2016 will be celebrated on Sunday, 2nd October. Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti is a National holiday in India. It is celebrated on 2nd of October every year. It is also one amongst the three official declared National Holidays of India and is observed in all its states and union territories. On these three holidays i.e. Republic day, Independence day and 2nd October, selling alcohol is banned all over India. These days are popularly called as 'Dry Days' in India. The grandest of the celebrations can be seen at Vijay Ghat (New Delhi), the places where Lal Bahadur Shastri was cremated. edit event delete event
Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti 2015
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2015-Oct-02
Event Lal Bahadur Shashtri Jayanti, in India, is celebrated on 2nd October every year. 2nd October in India is celebrated as Birthday of two great leaders of India. One being Mahatma Gandhi and other one being Lal Bahadur Shashtri. Lal Bahadur Shastri was the second Prime Minister of India who was also a great leader. He too played an important role in India's fight for freedom. Lal Bahadur Shastri became a national hero after Indo-Pak war of 1965. Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti in 2015 will be celebrated on Friday, 2nd October. Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti is a National holiday in India. It is celebrated on 2nd of October every year. It is also one amongst the three official declared National Holidays of India and is observed in all its states and union territories. On these three holidays i.e. Republic day, Independence day and 2nd October, selling alcohol is banned all over India. These days are popularly called as 'Dry Days' in India. The grandest of the celebrations can be seen at Vijay Ghat (New Delhi), the places where Lal Bahadur Shastri was cremated. edit event delete event
Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti 2014
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2014-Oct-02
Event Lal Bahadur Shashtri Jayanti, in India, is celebrated on 2nd October every year. 2nd October in India is celebrated as Birthday of two great leaders of India. One being Mahatma Gandhi and other one being Lal Bahadur Shashtri. Lal Bahadur Shastri was the second Prime Minister of India who was also a great leader. He too played an important role in India's fight for freedom. Lal Bahadur Shastri became a national hero after Indo-Pak war of 1965. Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti in 2014 will be celebrated on Thursday, 2nd October. Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti is a National holiday in India. It is celebrated on 2nd of October every year. It is also one amongst the three official declared National Holidays of India and is observed in all its states and union territories. On these three holidays i.e. Republic day, Independence day and 2nd October, selling alcohol is banned all over India. These days are popularly called as 'Dry Days' in India. The grandest of the celebrations can be seen at Vijay Ghat (New Delhi), the places where Lal Bahadur Shastri was cremated. edit event delete event
Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti 2013
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2013-Oct-02
Event Lal Bahadur Shashtri Jayanti, in India, is celebrated on 2nd October every year. 2nd October in India is celebrated as Birthday of two great leaders of India. One being Mahatma Gandhi and other one being Lal Bahadur Shashtri. Lal Bahadur Shastri was the second Prime Minister of India who was also a great leader. He too played an important role in India's fight for freedom. Lal Bahadur Shastri became a national hero after Indo-Pak war of 1965. Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti in 2013 will be celebrated on Wednesday, 2nd October. Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti is a National holiday in India. It is celebrated on 2nd of October every year. It is also one amongst the three official declared National Holidays of India and is observed in all its states and union territories. On these three holidays i.e. Republic day, Independence day and 2nd October, selling alcohol is banned all over India. These days are popularly called as 'Dry Days' in India. The grandest of the celebrations can be seen at Vijay Ghat (New Delhi), the places where Lal Bahadur Shastri was cremated. edit event delete event
Gandhi Jayanti 2016
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2016-Oct-02
Event Gandhi Jayanti, in India, is celebrated on 2nd October every year. Gandhi Jayanti, Is a National holiday in India, celebrated to mark Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October every year. It is also one amongst the three official declared National Holidays of India and is observed in all its states and union territories. On these three holidays i.e. Republic day, Independence day and Gandhi Jayanti, selling alcohol is banned all over India. These days are popularly called as 'Dry Days' in India. Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti in 2016 will be celebrated on Sunday, 2nd October. Mahatma Gandhi, also known as 'The Father of the Nation', is internationally acclaimed for his contribution in India's freedom struggle and non-violence movement. United Nations General Assembly, in his honour, announced that the 'International Day of Non-Violence' will be celebrated on 2nd of October every year on. edit event delete event
Gandhi Jayanti 2015
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2015-Oct-02
Event Gandhi Jayanti, in India, is celebrated on 2nd October every year. Gandhi Jayanti, Is a National holiday in India, celebrated to mark Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October every year. It is also one amongst the three official declared National Holidays of India and is observed in all its states and union territories. On these three holidays i.e. Republic day, Independence day and Gandhi Jayanti, selling alcohol is banned all over India. These days are popularly called as 'Dry Days' in India. Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti in 2015 will be celebrated on Friday, 2nd October. Mahatma Gandhi, also known as 'The Father of the Nation', is internationally acclaimed for his contribution in India's freedom struggle and non-violence movement. United Nations General Assembly, in his honour, announced that the 'International Day of Non-Violence' will be celebrated on 2nd of October every year on. edit event delete event
Gandhi Jayanti 2014
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2014-Oct-02
Event Gandhi Jayanti, in India, is celebrated on 2nd October every year. Gandhi Jayanti, Is a National holiday in India, celebrated to mark Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October every year. It is also one amongst the three official declared National Holidays of India and is observed in all its states and union territories. On these three holidays i.e. Republic day, Independence day and Gandhi Jayanti, selling alcohol is banned all over India. These days are popularly called as 'Dry Days' in India. Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti in 2014 will be celebrated on Thursday, 2nd October. Mahatma Gandhi, also known as 'The Father of the Nation', is internationally acclaimed for his contribution in India's freedom struggle and non-violence movement. United Nations General Assembly, in his honour, announced that the 'International Day of Non-Violence' will be celebrated on 2nd of October every year on. edit event delete event
Gandhi Jayanti 2013
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2013-Oct-02
Event Gandhi Jayanti, in India, is celebrated on 2nd October every year. Gandhi Jayanti, Is a National holiday in India, celebrated to mark Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October every year. It is also one amongst the three official declared National Holidays of India and is observed in all its states and union territories. On these three holidays i.e. Republic day, Independence day and Gandhi Jayanti, selling alcohol is banned all over India. These days are popularly called as 'Dry Days' in India. Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti in 2013 will be celebrated on Wednesday, 2nd October. Mahatma Gandhi, also known as 'The Father of the Nation', is internationally acclaimed for his contribution in India's freedom struggle and non-violence movement. United Nations General Assembly, in his honour, announced that the 'International Day of Non-Violence' will be celebrated on 2nd of October every year on. edit event delete event
Vishwakarma Jayanti 2016
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2016-Sep-17
Festival As per Hindu calender, Vishwakarma Jayanti is observed on the Kanya Sankranti Day. Vishwakarma Jayanti, is a Hindu festival celebrated by industries and craftsmen of the country. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Vishwakarma was the greatest engineer ever lived in the world. He is the God who created Universe. Vishwakarma is considered a divine & personified engineer in the abstract form of the creator God according to the Rig Veda. Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated on same date every year. Vishwakarma Jayanti in 2016 will be celebrated on Saturday, September 17. On this day, every worker or a professional worship their machines, tools and instruments they use to earn their bread and butter. It is an important day for every professional who uses some or the other tool to earn money. For e.g. a rickshaw hawker will worship his rickshaw and Lord Vishwakarma. Similarly a software engineer will worship his computer system along with Lord Vishwakarma. edit event delete event
Vishwakarma Jayanti 2015
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2015-Sep-17
Festival As per Hindu calender, Vishwakarma Jayanti is observed on the Kanya Sankranti Day. Vishwakarma Jayanti, is a Hindu festival celebrated by industries and craftsmen of the country. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Vishwakarma was the greatest engineer ever lived in the world. He is the God who created Universe. Vishwakarma is considered a divine & personified engineer in the abstract form of the creator God according to the Rig Veda. Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated on same date every year. Vishwakarma Jayanti in 2015 will be celebrated on Thursday, September 17. On this day, every worker or a professional worship their machines, tools and instruments they use to earn their bread and butter. It is an important day for every professional who uses some or the other tool to earn money. For e.g. a rickshaw hawker will worship his rickshaw and Lord Vishwakarma. Similarly a software engineer will worship his computer system along with Lord Vishwakarma. edit event delete event
Vishwakarma Jayanti 2014
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2014-Sep-17
Festival As per Hindu calender, Vishwakarma Jayanti is observed on the Kanya Sankranti Day. Vishwakarma Jayanti, is a Hindu festival celebrated by industries and craftsmen of the country. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Vishwakarma was the greatest engineer ever lived in the world. He is the God who created Universe. Vishwakarma is considered a divine & personified engineer in the abstract form of the creator God according to the Rig Veda. Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated on same date every year. Vishwakarma Jayanti in 2014 will be celebrated on Wednesday, September 17. On this day, every worker or a professional worship their machines, tools and instruments they use to earn their bread and butter. It is an important day for every professional who uses some or the other tool to earn money. For e.g. a rickshaw hawker will worship his rickshaw and Lord Vishwakarma. Similarly a software engineer will worship his computer system along with Lord Vishwakarma. edit event delete event
Vishwakarma Jayanti 2013
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2013-Sep-17
Festival As per Hindu calender, Vishwakarma Jayanti is observed on the Kanya Sankranti Day. Vishwakarma Jayanti, is a Hindu festival celebrated by industries and craftsmen of the country. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Vishwakarma was the greatest engineer ever lived in the world. He is the God who created Universe. Vishwakarma is considered a divine & personified engineer in the abstract form of the creator God according to the Rig Veda. Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated on same date every year. Vishwakarma Jayanti in 2013 will be celebrated on Tuesday, September 17. On this day, every worker or a professional worship their machines, tools and instruments they use to earn their bread and butter. It is an important day for every professional who uses some or the other tool to earn money. For e.g. a rickshaw hawker will worship his rickshaw and Lord Vishwakarma. Similarly a software engineer will worship his computer system along with Lord Vishwakarma. edit event delete event
Anant Chaturdashi 2016
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2016-Sep-15
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Anant Chaturdashi is observed on fourteenth day of Shukla Paksha in Bhadrapad month. Anant Chaturdashi is a Jain festival observed by people all across the country. On this day the principle deity worshiped is Lord Anant (Lord Vishu) along with Shesh and Yamuna. The festival holds an important religious value in Jainism. The day follows by indulging in religious activities like offering prayers and performing pooja. Anant Chaturdashi in 2016 will be observed on Thursday, 15th September. As per Hindu traditions, Anant Chaturdashi is also celebrated as the last day of Ganesh Utsav. The 10 days celebrations come to an end on this day. Anant Chaturdashi marks the day when Lord Ganehsa's statues are carried on decorated floats to be immersed in the water after one, three, five, seven and ten days. Thousands of processions converge on the beaches and riverside to immerse the holy idols in the sea. This procession and immersion is accompanied by drum-beats, devotional songs, dancing and people chanting on top of their voice “Ganpati Bappa Morya, Pudhchya Varshi Lavkar Ya". edit event delete event
Anant Chaturdashi 2015
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2015-Sep-27
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Anant Chaturdashi is observed on fourteenth day of Shukla Paksha in Bhadrapad month. Anant Chaturdashi is a Jain festival observed by people all across the country. On this day the principle deity worshiped is Lord Anant (Lord Vishu) along with Shesh and Yamuna. The festival holds an important religious value in Jainism. The day follows by indulging in religious activities like offering prayers and performing pooja. Anant Chaturdashi in 2015 will be observed on Sunday, 27th September. As per Hindu traditions, Anant Chaturdashi is also celebrated as the last day of Ganesh Utsav. The 10 days celebrations come to an end on this day. Anant Chaturdashi marks the day when Lord Ganehsa's statues are carried on decorated floats to be immersed in the water after one, three, five, seven and ten days. Thousands of processions converge on the beaches and riverside to immerse the holy idols in the sea. This procession and immersion is accompanied by drum-beats, devotional songs, dancing and people chanting on top of their voice “Ganpati Bappa Morya, Pudhchya Varshi Lavkar Ya". edit event delete event
Anant Chaturdashi 2014
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2014-Sep-08
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Anant Chaturdashi is observed on fourteenth day of Shukla Paksha in Bhadrapad month. Anant Chaturdashi is a Jain festival observed by people all across the country. On this day the principle deity worshiped is Lord Anant (Lord Vishu) along with Shesh and Yamuna. The festival holds an important religious value in Jainism. The day follows by indulging in religious activities like offering prayers and performing pooja. Anant Chaturdashi in 2014 will be observed on Monday, 8th September. As per Hindu traditions, Anant Chaturdashi is also celebrated as the last day of Ganesh Utsav. The 10 days celebrations come to an end on this day. Anant Chaturdashi marks the day when Lord Ganehsa's statues are carried on decorated floats to be immersed in the water after one, three, five, seven and ten days. Thousands of processions converge on the beaches and riverside to immerse the holy idols in the sea. This procession and immersion is accompanied by drum-beats, devotional songs, dancing and people chanting on top of their voice “Ganpati Bappa Morya, Pudhchya Varshi Lavkar Ya". edit event delete event
Anant Chaturdashi 2013
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2013-Sep-18
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Anant Chaturdashi is observed on fourteenth day of Shukla Paksha in Bhadrapad month. Anant Chaturdashi is a Jain festival observed by people all across the country. On this day the principle deity worshiped is Lord Anant (Lord Vishu) along with Shesh and Yamuna. The festival holds an important religious value in Jainism. The day follows by indulging in religious activities like offering prayers and performing pooja. Anant Chaturdashi in 2013 will be observed on Wednesday, 18th September. As per Hindu traditions, Anant Chaturdashi is also celebrated as the last day of Ganesh Utsav. The 10 days celebrations come to an end on this day. Anant Chaturdashi marks the day when Lord Ganehsa's statues are carried on decorated floats to be immersed in the water after one, three, five, seven and ten days. Thousands of processions converge on the beaches and riverside to immerse the holy idols in the sea. This procession and immersion is accompanied by drum-beats, devotional songs, dancing and people chanting on top of their voice “Ganpati Bappa Morya, Pudhchya Varshi Lavkar Ya". edit event delete event
Janamashtami 2016
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2016-Aug-25
Festival 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, Janamashtami in 2016 will fall on Thursday, 25th 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