Indian Festivals | India is a Country of Festivals | we need a chance to celebrate every moment that’s why we have so many festivals | we Celebrate all the festivals with fun and togetherness. Majorly there are two types of the festival that we Celebrate National festival, Religious festival.
We celebrate Independence day & Republic day as National festivals. on Independence day our nation’s independence from the United Kingdom was on 15 August 1947, the day when the provisions of the 1947 Indian Independence Act, which transferred legislative sovereignty to the Indian Constituent Assembly, came into effect. on Republic day Constitution of India came into effect on 26, January 1950,
Time difference between India & other countries
In India, there are 4 big festivals Holi , Deepawali, Eid, Christmas. they are big festivals apart from this there are so many festival which we celebrate. Those Religious Festivals and their reason to Celebr
Diwali : Diwali is known as festival of light.on this festival people exchange gifts and sweets. According to Hindu Religion GOD Ram came to Ayodhya After 15 years of Vanvas. (exile )
Holi : Holi , is a religious spring Festival Celebrated by Hindus. it is the Festival of Colours. on this festival people play with colours.
Dusshera: Victory of good over evil.
Eid-ul-Fitr : This festival is celebrated by the people of Muslim Community. it is celebrated after a 30 days of fasting during the holy month of Ramzan.
Guru purab : Gurupurab is Celebrated by the members of the Sikh. ( Sikh a religion like Hindu , Muslims ) It is celebrated on the birth Anniversary of their first Guru Guru Nanak Dev ji.
Christmas : Christmas festival celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ every year on 25th December.
Pongal : Lohri or Pongal are the same festival . Farmers make this festival in the joy of having a good Crop.
Onam: This festival is Celebrated in Kerala state. The reason to celebrate this festival is to welcome the King Mahabali. people made rangoli on their Countryard.
Indian Festival calendar 2022
|7. Janurary.22||Guru Govind Sing jayanti|
|14. Jan.22||Makar Sankarti/ Pongal|
|26. Jan. 22||Republic day|
|5. Febuary. 22||Vasant Panchami|
|16. Feb . 22||Guru Ravidas Jayanti|
|26. Feb. 22||Maharishi Dayanand jayanti|
|1. March. 22||Shivaratri|
|18. March. 22||Holi|
|2. April . 22||Gudi Padwa/ Ugadi|
|14. April. 22||Mahavir jayanti/Ambedkar jayanti|
|15. April.22||Good Friday|
|03. May. 22||Eid-ul-Fitr|
|16. May. 22||Budh Purnima|
|10. July. 22||Eid-ul-Adha|
|09 . August. 22||Muharram|
|15 . August. 22||Independence day|
|19 . August. 22||Janmashtami|
|31 . August. 22||Ganesh Chaturthi|
|08. September. 22||Onam|
|02. october .22||Gandhi Jayanti|
|04. October .22||Maha Navmi|
|05. October .22||Dussehra|
|09. october .22||Milad un Nabi|
|24. October .22||Diwali|
|25. December. 22||Christmas Day|
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