Hindu Festival dates 2010 – Hindu Festivals in October to December 2010

Hindu festival dates in 2010 or Hindu festival calendar of 2010 is listed below. Durga Navratri, Lalitha Panchami, Durgashtami, Bathukamma Panduga, Mahanavami, Vijaya Dashami or Dasara, Kojagari Purnima Lakshmi Puja, Karva Chauth, Dhanteras, Diwali, Guajarati New Year, Chhat Puja, Tulsi Vivah, Kartik Purnima and Gita Jayanti are major festivals celebrated during October, November, and December months in 2010. Some other important regional festivals are celebrated according to respective regional panchangams. Here is a list of major Hindu festivals and auspicious days celebrated from October, November, and December 2010.

October 2010 Festivals:

  • Amavasya – October 7, 2010
  • Navratri 2010 starts – 8th October – Durga Navaratri or Maha Sharad Navratras 2010
  • Lalita Panchami – 11th October, 2010
  • Durga Ashtami – 15th October, 2010
  • Bathukamma 2010 – Bathukamma Festival – 15th October
  • Mahanavami – 16th October, 2010
  • Dasara – 17th October, 2010
  • Vijaya Dasami – 17th October, 2010
  • Navratri 2010 ends – 17 October
  • Kojagari Purnima – 22nd October, 2010 – Kojagari Lakshmi Puja
  • Sharad Purnima – 22nd October, 2010
  • Karwa Chauth 2010 – 26th October, 2010

November 2010 Festivals:

  • Dhantrayodashi 2010 – 3rd November – Dhanteras 2010
  • Diwali 2010 – 5th November
  • Annakut – 6th November, 2010
  • Shani Amavasi – November 6, 2010
  • Gujarati New Year – 7th November, 2010
  • Bhai Dooj – 7th November, 2010
  • Chhat Puja 2010 – 11th November
  • Tulsi Vivah 2010 – 17th November – Ksheerabdi Dwadasi
  • Kartik Purnima 2010 – November 21
  • Bhakteshwara Vratam – November 21, 2010
  • Maha Raas – November 21, 2010
  • Kartika Jwalathoranam – November 21, 2010

December 2010 festivals:

  • Amavasya – December 5, 2010
  • Gita Jayanti 2010 – 17th December
  • Margashirsh Purnima – December 21, 2010

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