Welcome to our website Festivalsindia.com . India is famous for it’s culture and different festivals. It is said about India that India is a land of Different Fairs and festivals.

Our country India is a very big country and every day of a year is a festival and it can be celebrated here with great joy and happiness.

“India a country Where Everyday Is A Celebration.”The Website Festivalsindia offers detailed information about Festivals in India like Diwali, Holi, Rakhi, Eid, New Year, Christmas, Vijya Dashmi and Onam etc.

Every festival takes an important part in the life of different peoples from different communities of India. There are many festivals can be celebrated on different religious occasions. Indian Festivals are celebrated across the world because the Indian people are everywhere in the world. some of them are doing jobs abroad or some of them are good big businessmen.

But no one can left Indian culture and festival celebrating. festivals colours our life in a new way. Every festival In India have different colors, prayers, sweets and old unique rituals. many types of festivals are celebrated here in India like national, regional, local, religious or seasonal festivals. In every months many festival comes and fill colors in our life’s. Here is the list of Indian Festival so you can explore more.

Religion Wise Festival List of India :

Hindu Festivals | Islamic Festivals | Christian Festivals | Sikh Festivals | Jain Festivals | Buddha Festivals | Bahai Festivals | Zoroastarian Festivals | Other Festivals | Famous Holidays India | Famous Fairs India

Indian Festivals In Year 2013 :

Festivals in January:

New Year : 1 January
Swami Vivekanad Jayanti : 12 January
Lohri : 13 January
Makar Sankranti : 14 January
Pongal : 15 January
Magh Bihu : 14-16 January
Guru Govind Singh Jayanti : 18 January
Eid E Milad : 25 January
Republic Day : 26 January
Lala Lajpat Rai Jayanti : 28 January

Festivals in February:

Khajuraho Dance Festival : 1-7 February
Brij Festival : 2-4 February
Mauni Amavasya : 10 February
Losar : 11 February
Valentine’s Day : 14 February
Basant Panchami : 14 February
Shivaji Jayanti : 19 February
Magh Poornima : 25 February
Taj Mahotsav : 18 – 27 February

Festivals in March:

Mahashivratri : 10 March
Holika Dahan : 26 March
Holi : 27 March
Holla Mohalla : 28 March
Good Friday : 29 March
Easter : 31 March

Festivals in April:

Chaitra Navratri : 11 April
Kaila Devi Fair : 7 April
Chetti Chand : 11 /12 April
Ugadi/ Gudi Padava : 11 April
Gangaur : 13 April
Baisakhi : 13 April
Tamil New Year : 14 April
Mewar Festival 13-15 April
Vishu : 13 April
Mahavir Jayanti : 24 April
Hanuman Jayanti : 25 April

Festivals in May:

Ravindra Nath Tagore Jayanti : 8 May
Parshuram Jayanti : 12 May
Mother’s Day : 12 May
Akshaya Tritiya : 13 May
Narsingh
Shri Narsingh Jayanti : 23 May
Buddha Poornima : 25 May

Festivals in June:

Vat Savitri Puja : 8 June
Shani Jayanti : 8 June
Maharana Pratap Jayanti : 11 June
Father’s Day : 16 June
Nirjala Ekadashi : 20 June
Hemis Festival : 18-19 June
Sant Kabir Jayanti : 23 June

Festivals in July:

Guru Hargovind Singh Jayanti : 5 July
Somvati Amavasya : 8 July
Ramzan : 9 July
Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra : 10 July
Guru Purnima : 22 July

Festivals in August:

Hariyali Amavasya : 6 August
Eid UL Fitr : 8 August
Teej : 9-10 August
Naag Panchami : 11 August
Independence Day India : 15 August
Jamshed Roz (Parsi New Year): 18 August
Rakhee : 21 August
Krishna Janmasthami : 28 August

Festivals in September:

Ganesh Chaturthi : 9 September
Rishi Panchami : 10 September
Onam : 16 September
Jal Jhulni Ekadashi : 16 September
Vishwakarma Jayanti: 17 September
Anant Chaturdashi : 18 September

Festivals in October:

Gandhi Jayanti:  2 October
Durga Asthami : 12 October
Dusshera : 14 October
Eid UL Zuha : 16 October
Sharad Poornima : 18 October

Festivals in November:

Dhanteras : 1 November
Diwali : 3 November
Goverdhan Puja : 4 November
Bhai Dooj : 5 November
Chhath Puja : 8 November
Children’s Day : 14 November
Muharram : 14 November
Guru Nanak Jayanti : 17 November
Kartik Purnima : 17 November

Festivals in December:

Somvati Amavasya : 2 December
Ram Jaanki Vivaha : 7 December
Christmas Day : 25 December

 

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