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Welcome to INDIAN FESTIVAL DIARY

In India most of the festivals are associated with religion. Some of the major festivals of India are Dussehra, Vasant Panchami, Pongal, Janmashtami, Kali Puja, Holi, Eid-ul-Fitr, Ramzan, Muharram, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Christmas etc. These are some of the festivals mainly observed by the Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Punjabis and also by the Christians with great devotion, pomp and show in India. Festivals like Dussehra, Diwali, Holi etc are celebrated throughout the country while some others are observed regionally.

Indian Festivals have a great religious and social significance. People celebrate and observed the festival to unite togetherness and forget all their differences and enmity for the sake of their religion, society and friendship. It also teaches a moral lesson amongst people. We should all celebrate the festivals with purity and sacredly; and it is believed that fasts and rituals inspire people to lead a better and healthy life. Children, Young, Old all celebrate these festivals and fasts with great enthusiasm with their families and relatives.

# Name of the Festivals Date
1 Vasant Panchami / Saraswati Puja 01 February, 2017 (Wednesday)
2 Sir Chhotu Ram Jayanti 01 February, 2017 (Wednesday)
3 Kaila Devi Fair 03 February, 2017 (Friday)
4 Ratha Saptami 03 February, 2017 (Friday)
5 Masik Durgashtami 04 February, 2017 (Saturday)
6 World Cancer Day 04 February, 2017 (Saturday)
7 Bhishma Ashtami 04 February, 2017 (Saturday)
8 Masik Karthigai 05 February, 2017 (Sunday)
9 Rohini Vrat 06 February, 2017 (Monday)
10 Jaya Ekadashi 07 February, 2017 (Tuesday)
11 Bhishma Dwadashi 07 February, 2017 (Tuesday)
12 Pradosh Vrat 08 February, 2017 (Wednesday)
13 Jaisalmer Desert Festival 08 February (Wednesday) - 10 February, 2017 (Friday)
14 Shekhawati Festival 10 February (Friday) - 11 February, 2017 (Saturday)
15 Guru Ravidas Jayanti 10 February, 2017 (Friday)
16 Agni Utsav 10 February, 2017 (Friday)
17 Magha Purnima 10 February, 2017 (Friday)
18 Chandra Grahan 10 February, 2017 (Friday)
19 Purnima Upavas 10 February, 2017 (Friday)
20 Lalita Jayanti 10 February, 2017 (Friday)
21 Thaipusam 10 February, 2017 (Friday)
22 Kumbha Sankranti 12 February, 2017 (Sunday)
23 Alwar Festival 13 February (Monday) - 17 February, 2017 (Friday)
24 Valentine's Day 14 February, 2017 (Saturday)
25 Sankashti Chaturthi 14 February, 2017 (Tuesday)
26 Yashoda Jayanti 17 February, 2017 (Friday)
27 Shabari Jayanti 18 February, 2017 (Saturday)
28 Konark Dance and Music Festival 19 February (Sunday) - 23 February, 2017 (Thursday)
29 Pariyanampetta Pooram 19 February, 2017 (Sunday)
30 Janaki Jayanti 19 February, 2017 (Sunday)
31 Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti 19 February, 2017 (Sunday)
32 Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti 21 February, 2017 (Tuesday)
33 Vijaya Ekadashi 22 February, 2017 (Wednesday
34 Maha Shivratri 24 February, 2017 (Friday)
35 Pradosh Vrat 24 February, 2017 (Friday)
36 Bhavnath Fair 25 February, 2017 (Saturday)
37 Surya Grahan 26 February, 2017 (Sunday)
38 Phalguna Amavasya 26 February, 2017 (Sunday)
39 Darsha Amavasya 26 February, 2017 (Sunday)
40 Losar Festival 27 February, 2017 (Monday)
41 Chandra Darshan 27 February, 2017 (Monday)
42 Uthralikavu Pooram 28 February, 2017 (Tuesday)
43 Phulera Dooj 28 February, 2017 (Tuesday)
44 Ramakrishna Jayanti 28 February, 2017 (Tuesday)
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