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Janamashtami 2015
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2015-Sep-05
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 2015 will fall on Saturday, 5th September. 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
Janamashtami 2014
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2014-Aug-17
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 2014 will fall on Sunday, 17th 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
Janamashtami 2013
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2013-Aug-28
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 2013 will fall on Wednesday, 28th 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
Onam 2016
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2016-Sep-13
Festival As per Malayalam calendar, the festival of Onam is observed in Chingam month. Onam, also known as the harvest festival, is the state festival of Kerala, observed in the Malayalam month of Chingam, every year (between August and September). The festival is observed with great enthusiasm and zeal by the Malayalees. It’s a ten-day carnival for the Malayalees all over the state, country and abroad. It’s the festival of harvest, so the celebration is dedicated to the bountiful yield. Onam is usually falls in the month of August or September. However, Onam in 2016 will be observed on Tuesday, 13th September. One of the prominent rituals of Onam is Maveli Puja. Specific to the Malabar (northern) part of Kerala, people from that region perform the Maveli Puja on the Uthradam (ninth day) and Thiruvonam (tenth day) of Onam. In order to perform the puja, three small sized figurines, made of red sand are erected, at the verandah of households. The festival also has a special and traditional dance known as 'Kaikotti kali' or 'Thiruvathira kali'. This dance is performed by middle- aged women who stand surrounding a traditional deep of Kerala. Eight to twelve women can perform this dance. They adorned themselves with traditional Kerala saris and gold jewelries. edit event delete event
Onam 2015
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2015-Aug-28
Festival As per Malayalam calendar, the festival of Onam is observed in Chingam month. Onam, also known as the harvest festival, is the state festival of Kerala, observed in the Malayalam month of Chingam, every year (between August and September). The festival is observed with great enthusiasm and zeal by the Malayalees. It’s a ten-day carnival for the Malayalees all over the state, country and abroad. It’s the festival of harvest, so the celebration is dedicated to the bountiful yield. Onam is usually falls in the month of August or September. However, Onam in 2015 will be observed on Friday, 28th August. One of the prominent rituals of Onam is Maveli Puja. Specific to the Malabar (northern) part of Kerala, people from that region perform the Maveli Puja on the Uthradam (ninth day) and Thiruvonam (tenth day) of Onam. In order to perform the puja, three small sized figurines, made of red sand are erected, at the verandah of households. The festival also has a special and traditional dance known as 'Kaikotti kali' or 'Thiruvathira kali'. This dance is performed by middle- aged women who stand surrounding a traditional deep of Kerala. Eight to twelve women can perform this dance. They adorned themselves with traditional Kerala saris and gold jewelries. edit event delete event
Onam 2014
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2014-Sep-06
Festival As per Malayalam calendar, the festival of Onam is observed in Chingam month. Onam, also known as the harvest festival, is the state festival of Kerala, observed in the Malayalam month of Chingam, every year (between August and September). The festival is observed with great enthusiasm and zeal by the Malayalees. It’s a ten-day carnival for the Malayalees all over the state, country and abroad. It’s the festival of harvest, so the celebration is dedicated to the bountiful yield. Onam is usually falls in the month of August or September. However, Onam in 2014 will be observed on Saturday, 6th September. One of the prominent rituals of Onam is Maveli Puja. Specific to the Malabar (northern) part of Kerala, people from that region perform the Maveli Puja on the Uthradam (ninth day) and Thiruvonam (tenth day) of Onam. In order to perform the puja, three small sized figurines, made of red sand are erected, at the verandah of households. The festival also has a special and traditional dance known as 'Kaikotti kali' or 'Thiruvathira kali'. This dance is performed by middle- aged women who stand surrounding a traditional deep of Kerala. Eight to twelve women can perform this dance. They adorned themselves with traditional Kerala saris and gold jewelries. edit event delete event
Onam 2013
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2013-Sep-16
Festival As per Malayalam calendar, the festival of Onam is observed in Chingam month. Onam, also known as the harvest festival, is the state festival of Kerala, observed in the Malayalam month of Chingam, every year (between August and September). The festival is observed with great enthusiasm and zeal by the Malayalees. It’s a ten-day carnival for the Malayalees all over the state, country and abroad. It’s the festival of harvest, so the celebration is dedicated to the bountiful yield. Onam is usually falls in the month of August or September. However, Onam in 2013 will be observed on Monday, 16th September. One of the prominent rituals of Onam is Maveli Puja. Specific to the Malabar (northern) part of Kerala, people from that region perform the Maveli Puja on the Uthradam (ninth day) and Thiruvonam (tenth day) of Onam. In order to perform the puja, three small sized figurines, made of red sand are erected, at the verandah of households. The festival also has a special and traditional dance known as 'Kaikotti kali' or 'Thiruvathira kali'. This dance is performed by middle- aged women who stand surrounding a traditional deep of Kerala. Eight to twelve women can perform this dance. They adorned themselves with traditional Kerala saris and gold jewelries. edit event delete event
Ganesh Chaturthi 2016
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2016-Sep-05
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on fourth day of Shukla Paksha (Chaturthi) of Bhaadra month. Ganesh Chaturthi is the day when Lord Ganesha was born. Lord Ganesha is son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. It is believed that on this auspicious day Lord Ganesha bestows his presence on earth for all his devotees. The festival is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithi in Sanskrit, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu and Chavath in Konkani. The celebrations are grand and may last for five, seven or ten days. Ganesh Chaturthi is usually celebrated either in first half or the second half of September. Ganesh Chaturthi in 2016 will be observed on Monday, 5th September. The Ganesh Utsav is celebrated in the states of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and many other parts of India. But the grandest of the celebrations are seen in the state of Maharashtra. The tradition of celebrating Ganesh Utsav was started by Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaja, the great Maratha ruler in order to promote culture and nationalism. It was later revived and was made popular by Lokmanya Tilak (freedom fighter). He revived the celebrations in order to spread the message of freedom struggle and to defy the British who had banned public assemblies. The festival gave a feeling of unity in diversity and revived patriotic spirit and faith to all the Indians of that time. edit event delete event
Ganesh Chaturthi 2015
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2015-Sep-17
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on fourth day of Shukla Paksha (Chaturthi) of Bhaadra month. Ganesh Chaturthi is the day when Lord Ganesha was born. Lord Ganesha is son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. It is believed that on this auspicious day Lord Ganesha bestows his presence on earth for all his devotees. The festival is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithi in Sanskrit, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu and Chavath in Konkani. The celebrations are grand and may last for five, seven or ten days. Ganesh Chaturthi is usually celebrated either in first half or the second half of September. Ganesh Chaturthi in 2015 will be observed on Thursday, 17th September. The Ganesh Utsav is celebrated in the states of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and many other parts of India. But the grandest of the celebrations are seen in the state of Maharashtra. The tradition of celebrating Ganesh Utsav was started by Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaja, the great Maratha ruler in order to promote culture and nationalism. It was later revived and was made popular by Lokmanya Tilak (freedom fighter). He revived the celebrations in order to spread the message of freedom struggle and to defy the British who had banned public assemblies. The festival gave a feeling of unity in diversity and revived patriotic spirit and faith to all the Indians of that time. edit event delete event
Ganesh Chaturthi 2014
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2014-Aug-29
Festival Ganesh Chaturthi As per Hindu calendar, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on fourth day of Shukla Paksha (Chaturthi) of Bhaadra month. Ganesh Chaturthi is the day when Lord Ganesha was born. Lord Ganesha is son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. It is believed that on this auspicious day Lord Ganesha bestows his presence on earth for all his devotees. The festival is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithi in Sanskrit, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu and Chavath in Konkani. The celebrations are grand and may last for five, seven or ten days. Ganesh Chaturthi is usually celebrated either in first half or the second half of September. Ganesh Chaturthi in 2014 will be observed on Friday, 29th August. The Ganesh Utsav is celebrated in the states of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and many other parts of India. But the grandest of the celebrations are seen in the state of Maharashtra. The tradition of celebrating Ganesh Utsav was started by Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaja, the great Maratha ruler in order to promote culture and nationalism. It was later revived and was made popular by Lokmanya Tilak (freedom fighter). He revived the celebrations in order to spread the message of freedom struggle and to defy the British who had banned public assemblies. The festival gave a feeling of unity in diversity and revived patriotic spirit and faith to all the Indians of that time. edit event delete event
Ganesh Chaturthi 2013
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2013-Sep-09
Festival Ganesh Chaturthi As per Hindu calendar, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on fourth day of Shukla Paksha (Chaturthi) of Bhaadra month. Ganesh Chaturthi is the day when Lord Ganesha was born. Lord Ganesha is son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. It is believed that on this auspicious day Lord Ganesha bestows his presence on earth for all his devotees. The festival is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithi in Sanskrit, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu and Chavath in Konkani. The celebrations are grand and may last for five, seven or ten days. Ganesh Chaturthi is usually celebrated either in first half or the second half of September. Ganesh Chaturthi in 2013 will be observed on Monday, 9th September. The Ganesh Utsav is celebrated in the states of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and many other parts of India. But the grandest of the celebrations are seen in the state of Maharashtra. The tradition of celebrating Ganesh Utsav was started by Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaja, the great Maratha ruler in order to promote culture and nationalism. It was later revived and was made popular by Lokmanya Tilak (freedom fighter). He revived the celebrations in order to spread the message of freedom struggle and to defy the British who had banned public assemblies. The festival gave a feeling of unity in diversity and revived patriotic spirit and faith to all the Indians of that time. edit event delete event
Dahi Handi 2016
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2016-Aug-25
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Dahi Handi is celebrated on eighth day of Krishna Paksh (ashtami) of Bhaadra month. Dahi Handi is one of the famous Hindu festivals celebrated specifically in the state of Maharashtra and Goa. The festival is usually observed in the month of August and September. However, Dahi Handi in 2016 will be celebrated on Thursday, 25th August. It is in the state of Maharashtra and Goa that the festival is known as Dahi Handi or Govinda. On this day a Handi (clay pot), filled with butter milk or curd, is positioned at a convenient height prior to the event above the ground and a group of men make a human pyramid to break the Handi with the help of a blunt object or coconut. The spilled butter milk or curd over the group symbolizes their achievement and unity. This group of young and enthusiast men call themselves Govinda. Now days it a sort of competition where various teams participate in this process and teams that wins gets a lot of prizes. The biggest Dahi-Handi celebrations are seen in Mumbai. The winning teams win lakhs of rupees. Some of the most famous handis are at Dadar, Mazgaon, Lalbaug and Babu Genu, Mandai in Pune. Cash and gifts are offered for Govinda troops to participate; for over 4000 Handis in Mumbai, 700 Govinda troops compete for the prizes. edit event delete event
Dahi Handi 2015
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2015-Sep-05
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Dahi Handi is celebrated on eighth day of Krishna Paksh (ashtami) of Bhaadra month. Dahi Handi is one of the famous Hindu festivals celebrated specifically in the state of Maharashtra and Goa. The festival is usually observed in the month of August and September. However, Dahi Handi in 2015 will be celebrated on Saturday, 5th September. It is in the state of Maharashtra and Goa that the festival is known as Dahi Handi or Govinda. On this day a Handi (clay pot), filled with butter milk or curd, is positioned at a convenient height prior to the event above the ground and a group of men make a human pyramid to break the Handi with the help of a blunt object or coconut. The spilled butter milk or curd over the group symbolizes their achievement and unity. This group of young and enthusiast men call themselves Govinda. Now days it a sort of competition where various teams participate in this process and teams that wins gets a lot of prizes. The biggest Dahi-Handi celebrations are seen in Mumbai. The winning teams win lakhs of rupees. Some of the most famous handis are at Dadar, Mazgaon, Lalbaug and Babu Genu, Mandai in Pune. Cash and gifts are offered for Govinda troops to participate; for over 4000 Handis in Mumbai, 700 Govinda troops compete for the prizes. edit event delete event
Dahi Handi 2014
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2014-Aug-17
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Dahi Handi is celebrated on eighth day of Krishna Paksh (ashtami) of Bhaadra month. Dahi Handi is one of the famous Hindu festivals celebrated specifically in the state of Maharashtra and Goa. The festival is usually observed in the month of August and September. However, Dahi Handi in 2014 will be celebrated on Sunday, 17th August. It is in the state of Maharashtra and Goa that the festival is known as Dahi Handi or Govinda. On this day a Handi (clay pot), filled with butter milk or curd, is positioned at a convenient height prior to the event above the ground and a group of men make a human pyramid to break the Handi with the help of a blunt object or coconut. The spilled butter milk or curd over the group symbolizes their achievement and unity. This group of young and enthusiast men call themselves Govinda. Now days it a sort of competition where various teams participate in this process and teams that wins gets a lot of prizes. The biggest Dahi-Handi celebrations are seen in Mumbai. The winning teams win lakhs of rupees. Some of the most famous handis are at Dadar, Mazgaon, Lalbaug and Babu Genu, Mandai in Pune. Cash and gifts are offered for Govinda troops to participate; for over 4000 Handis in Mumbai, 700 Govinda troops compete for the prizes. edit event delete event
Dahi Handi 2013
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2013-Aug-28
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Dahi Handi is celebrated on eighth day of Krishna Paksh (ashtami) of Bhaadra month. Dahi Handi is one of the famous Hindu festivals celebrated specifically in the state of Maharashtra and Goa. The festival is usually observed in the month of August and September. However, Dahi Handi in 2013 will be celebrated on Wednesday, 28th August. It is in the state of Maharashtra and Goa that the festival is known as Dahi Handi or Govinda. On this day a Handi (clay pot), filled with butter milk or curd, is positioned at a convenient height prior to the event above the ground and a group of men make a human pyramid to break the Handi with the help of a blunt object or coconut. The spilled butter milk or curd over the group symbolizes their achievement and unity. This group of young and enthusiast men call themselves Govinda. Now days it a sort of competition where various teams participate in this process and teams that wins gets a lot of prizes. The biggest Dahi-Handi celebrations are seen in Mumbai. The winning teams win lakhs of rupees. Some of the most famous handis are at Dadar, Mazgaon, Lalbaug and Babu Genu, Mandai in Pune. Cash and gifts are offered for Govinda troops to participate; for over 4000 Handis in Mumbai, 700 Govinda troops compete for the prizes. edit event delete event
Krishna 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, Krishna 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
Krishna Janamashtami 2015
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2015-Sep-05
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, Krishna Janamashtami in 2015 will fall on Saturday, 5th September. 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
Krishna Janamashtami 2014
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2014-Aug-17
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, Krishna Janamashtami in 2014 will fall on Sunday, 17th 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
Krishna Janamashtami 2013
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2013-Aug-28
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, Krishna Janamashtami in 2013 will fall on Wednesday, 28th 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
Independence Day 2016
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2016-Aug-15
Event Independence day, in India, is celebrated on 15th August every year. Independence Day is an important day in the history of India and is celebrated on 15th of August every year. Independence day in 2016 will be celebrated on Monday, 15th August. The Independence Day celebration comprises of flag-hoisting ceremonies, parades and cultural events which are observed all over India. The Independence Day parade at the Red fort, New Delhi forms the most important part of the Independence Day celebrations in India. The Presidents speech and the Prime Minister’s Speech are the integral parts of the celebrations. Another very important attraction of these parades are the parades and cultural events. Various organizations and schools participate in these cultural events. People gather in groups to celebrate with patriotic music and dance shows. All over, flags are hoisted, the national anthem is sung, school children are dressed in their best uniforms for their programs in schools. Streets are decorated with flowers and rangolis. People wave paper flags and wish each other Happy Independence Day. edit event delete event
Independence Day 2015
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2015-Aug-15
Event Independence day, in India, is celebrated on 15th August every year. Independence Day is an important day in the history of India and is celebrated on 15th of August every year. Independence day in 2015 will be celebrated on Saturday, 15th August. The Independence Day celebration comprises of flag-hoisting ceremonies, parades and cultural events which are observed all over India. The Independence Day parade at the Red fort, New Delhi forms the most important part of the Independence Day celebrations in India. The Presidents speech and the Prime Minister’s Speech are the integral parts of the celebrations. Another very important attraction of these parades are the parades and cultural events. Various organizations and schools participate in these cultural events. People gather in groups to celebrate with patriotic music and dance shows. All over, flags are hoisted, the national anthem is sung, school children are dressed in their best uniforms for their programs in schools. Streets are decorated with flowers and rangolis. People wave paper flags and wish each other Happy Independence Day. edit event delete event
Independence Day 2014
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2014-Aug-15
Event Independence day, in India, is celebrated on 15th August every year. Independence Day is an important day in the history of India and is celebrated on 15th of August every year. Independence day in 2014 will be celebrated on Friday, 15th August. The Independence Day celebration comprises of flag-hoisting ceremonies, parades and cultural events which are observed all over India. The Independence Day parade at the Red fort, New Delhi forms the most important part of the Independence Day celebrations in India. The Presidents speech and the Prime Minister’s Speech are the integral parts of the celebrations. Another very important attraction of these parades are the parades and cultural events. Various organizations and schools participate in these cultural events. People gather in groups to celebrate with patriotic music and dance shows. All over, flags are hoisted, the national anthem is sung, school children are dressed in their best uniforms for their programs in schools. Streets are decorated with flowers and rangolis. People wave paper flags and wish each other Happy Independence Day. edit event delete event
Independence Day 2013
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2013-Aug-15
Event Independence day, in India, is celebrated on 15th August every year. Independence Day is an important day in the history of India and is celebrated on 15th of August every year. Independence day in 2013 will be celebrated on Thursday, 15th August. The Independence Day celebration comprises of flag-hoisting ceremonies, parades and cultural events which are observed all over India. The Independence Day parade at the Red fort, New Delhi forms the most important part of the Independence Day celebrations in India. The Presidents speech and the Prime Minister’s Speech are the integral parts of the celebrations. Another very important attraction of these parades are the parades and cultural events. Various organizations and schools participate in these cultural events. People gather in groups to celebrate with patriotic music and dance shows. All over, flags are hoisted, the national anthem is sung, school children are dressed in their best uniforms for their programs in schools. Streets are decorated with flowers and rangolis. People wave paper flags and wish each other Happy Independence Day. edit event delete event
Nag Panchami 2016
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2016-Aug-07
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Nag Panchami is celebrated on fifth day of Shravana month. Nag Panchami is a widely celebrated festival in the states of Maharashtra, West Bengal and Southern India. On this day Hindus all over the world worship Naag Devta (Cobra snake) and offer milk. The festival of Nag Panchami is usually observed in the month July or August . However, Nag Panchami in 2016 will be observed on Sunday, 7th August. Worshiping a snake on this day is the most important ritual followed by people of Maharashtra and West Bengal. Shravan marks the beginning of monsoon season in India. Snakes can be seen in plenty as they come out of their pits in order to get rid of rain water. According to Hindu legends, Snakes protect the crop from the damage caused by rats and other creatures. Snakes have had an important role in Hindu Mythology. the most known ones are Anant, Vasuki, Shesh, Padma, Kanwal, Karkotak, Kalia, Aswatar, Takshak, Sankhpal, Dhritarashtra and Pingal. edit event delete event
Nag Panchami 2015
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2015-Aug-19
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Nag Panchami is celebrated on fifth day of Shravana month. Nag Panchami is a widely celebrated festival in the states of Maharashtra, West Bengal and Southern India. On this day Hindus all over the world worship Naag Devta (Cobra snake) and offer milk. The festival of Nag Panchami is usually observed in the month July or August . However, Nag Panchami in 2015 will be observed on Wednesday, 19th August. Worshiping a snake on this day is the most important ritual followed by people of Maharashtra and West Bengal. Shravan marks the beginning of monsoon season in India. Snakes can be seen in plenty as they come out of their pits in order to get rid of rain water. According to Hindu legends, Snakes protect the crop from the damage caused by rats and other creatures. Snakes have had an important role in Hindu Mythology. the most known ones are Anant, Vasuki, Shesh, Padma, Kanwal, Karkotak, Kalia, Aswatar, Takshak, Sankhpal, Dhritarashtra and Pingal." edit event delete event
Nag Panchami 2014
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2014-Aug-01
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Nag Panchami is celebrated on fifth day of Shravana month. Nag Panchami is a widely celebrated festival in the states of Maharashtra, West Bengal and Southern India. On this day Hindus all over the world worship Naag Devta (Cobra snake) and offer milk. The festival of Nag Panchami is usually observed in the month July or August . However, Nag Panchami in 2014 will be observed on Friday, 1st August. Worshiping a snake on this day is the most important ritual followed by people of Maharashtra and West Bengal. Shravan marks the beginning of monsoon season in India. Snakes can be seen in plenty as they come out of their pits in order to get rid of rain water. According to Hindu legends, Snakes protect the crop from the damage caused by rats and other creatures. Snakes have had an important role in Hindu Mythology. the most known ones are Anant, Vasuki, Shesh, Padma, Kanwal, Karkotak, Kalia, Aswatar, Takshak, Sankhpal, Dhritarashtra and Pingal." edit event delete event
Nag Panchami 2013
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2013-Aug-11
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Nag Panchami is celebrated on fifth day of Shravana month. Nag Panchami is a widely celebrated festival in the states of Maharashtra, West Bengal and Southern India. On this day Hindus all over the world worship Naag Devta (Cobra snake) and offer milk. The festival of Nag Panchami is usually observed in the month July or August . However, Nag Panchami in 2013 will be observed on Sunday, 11th August. Worshiping a snake on this day is the most important ritual followed by people of Maharashtra and West Bengal. Shravan marks the beginning of monsoon season in India. Snakes can be seen in plenty as they come out of their pits in order to get rid of rain water. According to Hindu legends, Snakes protect the crop from the damage caused by rats and other creatures. Snakes have had an important role in Hindu Mythology. the most known ones are Anant, Vasuki, Shesh, Padma, Kanwal, Karkotak, Kalia, Aswatar, Takshak, Sankhpal, Dhritarashtra and Pingal. edit event delete event
Hartalika 2016
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2016-Sep-04
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Hartalika Teej is observed on 3rd day of Bhadrapada or Bhaadra month. Hartalika is a fasting festival for Hindu women (married or unmarried), celebrated for marital bliss and the well being of their husbands. The Bhadrapada or Bhaadra month marks the beginning of monsoon i.e. the rainy season in India. Hartalika is the celebration of growth and prosperity. It is a celebration of the renewal of the earth after a very hot and dry summer. Hartalika is usually observed in the month of August or September. However, Hartalika in 2016 will be observed on Sunday, 4th September. On this occasion women worship Goddess Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva) and they fast for the long life of their husband. It is believed that Devi Parvati underwent a penance and prayed continuously to show her devotion towards Lord Shiva and it was after 108 births and rebirths that he accepted her as his wife. Married women seek her blessings by honoring Devi Parvati and unmarried women imbibed by her spirit to be blessed by a husband like Lord Shiva. edit event delete event
Hartalika 2015
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2015-Sep-16
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Hartalika Teej is observed on 3rd day of Bhadrapada or Bhaadra month. Hartalika is a fasting festival for Hindu women (married or unmarried), celebrated for marital bliss and the well being of their husbands. The Bhadrapada or Bhaadra month marks the beginning of monsoon i.e. the rainy season in India. Hartalika is the celebration of growth and prosperity. It is a celebration of the renewal of the earth after a very hot and dry summer. Hartalika is usually observed in the month of August or September. However, Hartalika in 2015 will be observed on Wednesday, 16th September. On this occasion women worship Goddess Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva) and they fast for the long life of their husband. It is believed that Devi Parvati underwent a penance and prayed continuously to show her devotion towards Lord Shiva and it was after 108 births and rebirths that he accepted her as his wife. Married women seek her blessings by honoring Devi Parvati and unmarried women imbibed by her spirit to be blessed by a husband like Lord Shiva. edit event delete event
Hartalika 2014
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2014-Aug-28
Festival As per Hindu calendar, Hartalika Teej is observed on 3rd day of Bhadrapada or Bhaadra month. Hartalika is a fasting festival for Hindu women (married or unmarried), celebrated for marital bliss and the well being of their husbands. The Bhadrapada or Bhaadra month marks the beginning of monsoon i.e. the rainy season in India. Hartalika is the celebration of growth and prosperity. It is a celebration of the renewal of the earth after a very hot and dry summer. Hartalika is usually observed in the month of August or September. However, Hartalika in 2014 will be observed on Thursday, 28th August. On this occasion women worship Goddess Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva) and they fast for the long life of their husband. It is believed that Devi Parvati underwent a penance and prayed continuously to show her devotion towards Lord Shiva and it was after 108 births and rebirths that he accepted her as his wife. Married women seek her blessings by honoring Devi Parvati and unmarried women imbibed by her spirit to be blessed by a husband like Lord Shiva. edit event delete event