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Hinduism: religious celerations and observances

Hinduism: calendar of festivals and religious celebrations around the world for the current 2 months






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Ramanavani*Friday April 2, 2021Hinduism 
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Khmer New YearTuesday April 13, 2021Hinduism 
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BaisakhiTuesday April 13, 2021Hinduism 
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Maha Vishub Sankranti*Tuesday April 13, 2021Hinduism 
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VaisakhTuesday April 13, 2021Hinduism 
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Khmer New Year**Wednesday April 14, 2021Hinduism 
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Bohag Bihu*Wednesday April 14, 2021Hinduism 
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Khmer New Year**Thursday April 15, 2021Hinduism 
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Khmer New Year**Friday April 16, 2021Hinduism 
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Khmer New Year**Saturday April 17, 2021Hinduism 
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Garia Puja*Wednesday April 21, 2021Hinduism 
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Parshuram Jayanti*Sunday April 25, 2021Hinduism 
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Buddha Purnima*Friday May 7, 2021Hinduism 
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Vesak - Buddha Purnima - Visakha BuchaFriday May 7, 2021Hinduism 
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optional holiday*Friday May 7, 2021Hinduism 
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Savitri Brata*Saturday May 22, 2021Hinduism 
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Sant Kabir Das*Saturday June 5, 2021Hinduism 
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Chariot festival*Wednesday June 23, 2021Hinduism 
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Chariot festival*Thursday July 1, 2021Hinduism 
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U Tirot Sing Day*Saturday July 17, 2021Hinduism 
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Karkidaka vavu*Tuesday July 20, 2021Hinduism 
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Bonalu*Tuesday July 20, 2021Hinduism 
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Teej*Friday July 23, 2021Hinduism 
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Hariyali Teej*Friday July 23, 2021Hinduism 
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Ramanavani -
Thursday April 2, 2020

Hinduism : Festivities take place in the Rama temples. recitation of the Ramayana (Perayana), which can last up to 9 days. Classical music and sacred chants.


Khmer New Year -
Monday April 13, 2020

Hinduism :


Baisakhi -
Monday April 13, 2020

Hinduism :


Maha Vishub Sankranti -
Monday April 13, 2020

Hinduism : The traditional new year day festival of Buddhists and Hindus in Odisha, India. The festival date is set with the solar cycle of the lunisolar calendar, as the first day of the traditional solar month of Mesha. This is identical to the purnimanta system of lunar month Baisakh (on Indian national system, it is the 24th day of Chaitra).


Vaisakh -
Monday April 13, 2020

Hinduism :


Khmer New Year -
Tuesday April 14, 2020

Hinduism : Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Bohag Bihu -
Tuesday April 14, 2020

Hinduism : This is the beginning of the agricultural season.Bihu is celebrated by the all parts of Assam and all cast and religion.Directly we can say that Bihu is secular festival which brings the humanity,peace and brotherhood among the various cast and religion.


Khmer New Year -
Wednesday April 15, 2020

Hinduism : At the end of the harvest season. Lasts 3 consecutive work days during which Cambodians douse each other liberally with water, clean and decorate their houses, and make offerings at the local temple. City streets are decorated and brightly lit in the evenings. not a paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Khmer New Year -
Thursday April 16, 2020

Hinduism : Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Khmer New Year -
Friday April 17, 2020

Hinduism : Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Garia Puja -
Tuesday April 21, 2020

Hinduism : A tribal festival celebrated in a traditional way by the people of Tripura. It is celebrated throughout the state with a lot of pomp and gaiety. The children and youth play drums, sing and dance in front of the Lord Garia, the deity of livestock and wealth to please him.


Parshuram Jayanti -
Saturday April 25, 2020

Hinduism : Birth anniversary of sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu


Buddha Purnima -
Thursday May 7, 2020

Hinduism : Celebration of the ancient Gurus, in particular Sage Ved Vyas. A Guru is seen as a remover of darkness, a teacher. The date is the full moon of the month Asadha.


Vesak - Buddha Purnima - Visakha Bucha -
Thursday May 7, 2020

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Optional holiday -
Thursday May 7, 2020

Hinduism : Vesak: Magha Puja or Sangha celebration. This day falls on the full moon of the third month. It commemorates the main event in Buddha's life, after His first retreated from the rain (Vassa). The anniversary of Buddah's birthday in the Mahayana tradition; the commemoration of Buddah's birth, enlightenment, and death, celebrated on the day of the full moon of the 6th month in the Theravada tradition.


Savitri Brata -
Friday May 22, 2020

Hinduism : A fasting day observed by married Hindu women of Nepal and the Indian states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha[1]on the Amavasya, the no moon day in month of Jyeshtha. It is also known as Sabitri Uwaans in Western Odisha region. [Wikipedia]


Sant Kabir Das -
Friday June 5, 2020

Hinduism : Saint Kabir Das reached the abode of God in Maghar close to Gorakhpur in 1518. However, immediate dispute began regarding the way in which his final rites must be performed. It is believed that both Hindus and Muslims claimed the body to perform the funeral rites. To their utter surprise, Kabir Das stood up and asked them to lift his body and view beneath. Lying there was nothing but a beautiful array of flowers. Devotees and his followers were speechless with Hindus along with some flowers leaving to Varanasi and the rest of the flowers taken by Muslims to Maghar. [festivalsofindia]


Chariot festival -
Tuesday June 23, 2020

Hinduism : Ratha Yatra, Rathajatra or Chariot festival is any public procession in a chariot. The term particularly refers to the annual Rathayatra in Odisha, Jharkhand, West Bengal and other East Indian states, particularly the Odia festival that involve a public procession with a chariot with deities Jagannath (Vishnu avatar), Balabhadra (his brother), Subhadra (his sister) and Sudarshana Chakra (his weapon) on a ratha, a wooden deula-shaped chariot. It attracts over a million Hindu pilgrims who join the procession each year. [Wikipedia]


Chariot festival -
Wednesday July 1, 2020

Hinduism : Ratha Yatra, Rathajatra or Chariot festival is any public procession in a chariot. The term particularly refers to the annual Rathayatra in Odisha, Jharkhand, West Bengal and other East Indian states, particularly the Odia festival that involve a public procession with a chariot with deities Jagannath (Vishnu avatar), Balabhadra (his brother), Subhadra (his sister) and Sudarshana Chakra (his weapon) on a ratha, a wooden deula-shaped chariot. It attracts over a million Hindu pilgrims who join the procession each year. [Wikipedia]


U Tirot Sing Day -
Friday July 17, 2020

Hinduism : Irot Sing, also known as U Tirot Sing, was one of the chiefs of the Khasi people in the early 18th century. He drew his lineage from the Syiemlieh clan.He was Syiem (chief)of Nongkhlaw, part of the Khasi Hills. His title was Syiem — a constitutional head sharing corporate authority with his Council, generally representatives of leading clans within his territory. Tirot Sing fought against British attempts to take over control of the Khasi Hills [Wikipedia]


Karkidaka vavu -
Monday July 20, 2020

Hinduism : Bali Pratipadā is the fourth day of Deepavali (Diwali), the Hindu festival of lights. It is celebrated in honour of the notional return of the (Daitya)-king Bali to earth. [Wikipedia]


Bonalu -
Monday July 20, 2020

Hinduism : Goddess Mahakali is worshiped. Bonalu is an annual festival of Telangana celebrated in Twin Cities Hyderabad, Secunderabad and other parts of Telangana, India. It is celebrated in the month of Ashada Masam, in July/August. Special poojas are performed for Yellamma on the first and last day of the festival. The festival is also considered a thanksgiving to the Goddess for fulfillment of vows.


Teej -
Thursday July 23, 2020

Hinduism : Teej, Hartalika. On this day Goddess Parvati is worshipped. Women, married and unmarried, mainly of Khas ethnicity, assemble at one place, in their finest attire and start dancing and singing devotional songs. Amidst all this, the grand feast takes place. The jollity often goes on till midnight, after which the 24hour fast starts.


Hariyali Teej -
Thursday July 23, 2020

Hinduism : The festival of Teej symbolizes reunion of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Goddess Parvati followed fasting and austerity for 108 long years. In the 108th birth of Goddess Parvati, Lord Shiva accepted her love. Goddess Parvati is also known as Teej Mata. Till today, the festival of Teej is celebrated to honour the devotion of Goddess Parvati – popularly known as TEEJ MATA. Knowing that Lord Shiva has accepted her as a wife, she was delighted and celebrated the reunion during the pleasant time of monsoon, in the month of Shravan. Hence, to date, the festival is well known as Hariyali Teej or Shravani Teej. Singhara Teej is remembered as a reunion of Shiva and Shakti. The festival of Hariyali Teej also signifies the bond of love of Radha-Krishna. Hence, Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Lord Krishna, and Goddess Radha are the ones who are to be worshipped. [https://www.ganeshaspeaks.com]