Hindu Festivals 2015, Hindu Festivals 2015 dates, Hindu Festivals Calendar 2015, Important Festivals in 2015, Major Hindu Festivals dates 2015, Festivals 2015. Starting from Pongal / Makara Sankranti, the list of festivals 2015 goes like Mauni Amavasya, Vasant Panchami, Ratha Saptami, Maha Shivaratri, Holi Festival, Gudi Padwa, Ugadi, Chaitra Navratri (Vasant Navratri), Sri Rama Navami, […]
Hindu Festivals 2014, Hindu Festivals 2014 dates, Hindu Festivals Calendar 2014, Important Festivals in 2014, Major Hindu Festivals dates 2014, Festivals 2014. Here are the days and the dates of Hindu festivals in 2014. The list of Hindu festivals in 2014 are given in each month. Starting from Pongal / Makara Sankranti, the list of […]
Hindus have strongly objected to the reported race to trademark Holi, Hindu “festival of color”, by various organizations in European Union. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, stressed that it was highly inappropriate to trademark a religious festival which had been a Hindu tradition for long time. Zed, who […]
Vijayadasami, Durgadasami (Dasara, Dussehra), is celebrated on Shukla Paksha Dasami in Ashwin month. Vijayadasami 2013 date is October 13. It is celebrated to commemorate the victory of good over evil. On this day, Mother Goddess Shakti demolished bufello demon Mahishasura. Usually, Navratri Durga Puja concludes on this day. And, Lord Sri Rama killed demon king […]
‘Hindi Diwas’ is being celebrated across the country on September 14, 2013 to commemorate the historic occasion, as Hindi was adopted as the official language of Constituent Assembly on September 14, 1949. It was on September 14, 1949 when the Constitution-makers of the country decided to accord the status of Official Language of the Union […]
Hindus have applauded England’s Ipswich Borough Council for supporting Holi, Hindu “festival of color”, being held on April 28 in its Holywells Park. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement today, said that Hindu community felt honored by support of Ipswich Borough Council and he urged all the towns and cities in United Kingdom […]
Hindu Festivals 2035, Hindu Festivals in 2035. The list of Hindu festivals in 2035 is provided here. Friday, 5 January 2035 – Saphala Ekadashi Monday, 15 January 2035 – Pongal Monday, 15 January 2035 – Makara Sankranti, Uttarayan Festival Saturday, 20 January 2035 – Pausha Putrada Ekadashi Tuesday, 23 January 2035 – Paush Purnima Friday, […]
Here is the list of Hindu Festivals, auspicious days, vratas, fasts, pujas, rituals and other Hindu occasions in 2013. Apart from Makar Sankranti (Pongal), Maha Shivratri, Holi festival, Ugadi, Chaitra Navratri (Vasant Navratri), Chithirai Vishu, Vishu, Sri Rama Navami, Hanuman Jayanti, Akshay Tritiya, Vat Savitri Vrata, Ashada Masam, Guru Purnima, Shravan Month, Varalakshmi Vratam, Rakshabandhan […]
Here are the dates of Hindu festivals in 2016. The list of Hindu festivals in 2016 are given in each month. Starting from Pongal / Makara Sankranti, the list of festivals 2016 goes like Mauni Amavasya, Vasant Panchami, Ratha Saptami, Maha Shivaratri, Holi Festival, Gudi Padwa, Ugadi, Chaitra Navratri (Vasant Navratri), Sri Rama Navami, Vishu, […]
Dhanteras or Dhan Trayodasi, also spelt as Dhan Teras, is the most auspicious and prosperous occasion during the four-day festival – Diwali. Dhanteras is celebrated on Aswayuja Krishna Triodasi. Hence it is also called as Dhana Trayodashi. In 2012, Dhanteras date is November 11. It is believed that purchasing any new things such as home appliances […]
Durga Nimajjan also called as Visarjan is the last and concluding event of Durga Navarathri. In some places it is performed on Dussehra / Vijaya Dashami / Dasara / Dassara. Durga Visarjan 2011 date is October 6. The day of this event may depend on the regional traditions of a place. On the same day, […]
Bengal is the land of devotion and spirituality. There is a huge list of Bengali Hindu festivals celebrated throughout the year. Here in this article, only major and important festivals to celebrate in 2010 are given. The major Bengali festivals in a year are – Saraswati Puja, Basanti Puja, Annapurna Puja, Krishnashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Mahalaya, […]
Ravan Vadh or Ravana Vadha is a ritual and tradition performed on Vijaya Dashami or Dussara. Ravana, who is also called as Dashakanta, was killed by Lord Rama on this day. To commemorate the defeat of Ravana and the victory of good over evil, people started celebrating ‘Dush-hara’ (the defeat of Dashakanta – Ravana). In […]
On the ninth day of Durga Navarathri, Maha Navami or Maharnavami is celebrated. MahaNavami 2014 date is October 3. In North India, Goddess Matungi / Goddess Renuka Devi is the goddess of this ninth day of Durga Navratri. In South India, Goddess Mahishasura Mardhini is the goddess of the ninth day of Durga Navarathri.
Sri Durga Devi is the Goddess for the eighth day of Durga Navarathri. In 2010, during the festival of Durga Navrathri, on October 15th, Goddess Sri Durga Devi is worshipped. This day is very important as a part of the navratri celebrations in Sri Kanaka Durga Temple in Vijayawada. Durga Ashtami is celebrated on this day.
Sri Mahalakshmi Devi is the goddess for Sixth day of Durga Navarathri. In 2009, on September 24, Thursday, is the day dedicated to the Goddess during Durga Navarathri. Sri Mahalakshmi Devi is the Godess of prosperity. In Vijayawada Kanaka Durga Temple, Sri Mahalakshmi Devi is worshipped on the day.