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Indian Festivals 2021

Indian Festivals 2021– India is a diverse country therefore a wide variety of festivals are celebrated all across the country. Though popular festivals of India are muted due to the pandemic but to keep the festive zest alive in us, Chimes Radio presents to you the list of Popular Indian festivals 2021. Read about important Indian festivals in 2021.

Indian Festivals 2021

Date

Day

Indian Festival 2021 Name

13 Jan

Wednesday

Lohri

14 Jan

Thursday

Pongal

26 Jan

Tuesday

Republic Day

16 Feb

Tuesday

Vasant Panchami

28 Mar

Sunday

Holika Dahana

29 Mar

Monday

Holi

2 Apr

Friday

Good Friday

4 Apr

Sunday

Easter Day

13 Apr

Tuesday

Gudi Padwa

14 Apr

Wednesday

Baisakhi

21 Apr

Wednesday

Ram Navami

14 May

Friday

Ramzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar

26 May

Wednesday

Buddha Purnima/Vesak

12 Jul

Monday

Rath Yatra

19 July

Monday

Eid al- Adha

24 Jul

Saturday

Guru Purnima

15 Aug

Sunday

Independence Day

21 Aug

Saturday

Onam

22 Aug

Sunday

Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi)

30 Aug

Monday

Janmashtami

10 Sep

Friday

Ganesh Chaturthi/Vinayaka Chaturthi

02 Oct

Saturday

Gandhi Jayanti

13 Oct

Wednesday

Maha Ashtami

14 Oct

Thursday

Maha Navami

15 Oct

Friday

Dussehra

4 Nov

Thursday

Diwali/Deepavali

6 Nov

Saturday

Bhai Dooj

19 Nov

Friday

Guru Nanak Jayanti

25 Dec

Saturday

Christmas

 

 

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January Indian Festivals 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for January. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festival in India?

DateDayFestival
13th JanuaryWednesdayLohri
14th JanuaryThursdayMakar Sakranti
14th – 17th JanuaryThursday- SundayPongal
26th JanuaryTuesdayRepublic Day

 

1. Lohri: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Lohri, one of the popular festivals of India dates on 13th January, Wednesday in 2021. Lohri falls on the last day of the month of Paush, also known as Makar Sankranti in most places.

Where: Lohri marks the harvesting season in Punjab and the end of the winter season.

Significance: Lohri, one of the popular Punjabi festivals of India, is celebrated by lighting a huge bonfire in the yard after the rabi crops are chopped. Small idols of the Lohri goddess are made and placed beneath the fire.

Things to do: People wear traditional clothes and throw sesame seeds, jaggery, and rewaries in the fire. They sit around the fire and sing and dance till the fire dies out. People also pray to God of fire, to bless their land with abundance and prosperity. They also exchange greetings and gifts with their friends and family members. 

2. Pongal: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Pongal, one of the popular festivals of South India (celebrated as Makar Sankranti in North India) dates from January 13-16. The main festivities occur on January 14. 

Where: Tamil Nadu

Significance: Pongal is a popular harvest festival is dedicated to the Sun God, Surya. 

Things to do: The three days of the Pongal festival are called Bhogi Pongal, Surya Pongal, and Maattu Pongal. On the main Pongal day, people gather to cook Pongal dishes facing east towards the rising sun and then offered to God.

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3. Republic Day: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Republic Day has been celebrated every year in India on January 26.

Where: January 26 is celebrated as Republic Day all across India with a lot of enthusiasm.

Significance: It is celebrated to honor the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect or being.

Things to do: In Delhi, at Rajpath magnificent parades are held by the regiments of the Indian Army, Navy, Air Force, police, and paramilitary forces.

Republic day Facts: Even after India became independent in 1947, it still didn’t have a permanent constitution, and Indian laws were based on a modified version of the British established, Government of India Act 1935. Later, Dr. B R Ambedkar was appointed to draft the Indian Constitution. After a lot of hard work, the Constitution was finally drafted, and January 26 was chosen as the day to declare India as the Sovereign Republic. India’s constitution happened on Republic Day, 26th January 1950.

India celebrated its 72nd Republic Day in 2021. 

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February Indian Festivals 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for February. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

DateDayFestival
16th FebruaryTuesdayVasant Panchami/ Saraswati Puja

 

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4. Vasant Panchami: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Basant Panchami, one of the popular festivals of India dates on 16th February, Tuesday, in 2021.

Where: Pan India

Significance: Basant Panchami is a famous festival that marks the end of the winter season and the beginning of Spring. Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of Basant Panchami. 

Things to do: This popular Indian festival is the time when people start giving the first lessons on education to their children. It is also referred to as “Kite festival” in Punjab. This custom is referred to as Vidyarambam or Aksharabhyasam. Young girls wear bright yellow dresses and participate in the festivities. 

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March Indian Festivals 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for March. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

DateDayFestival
11th MarchThursdayMaha Shivratri
28th to 29th   MarchSunday- MondayHolika Dahan- Holi

 

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5. Holi: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Holi, one of the popular festivals of India dates on 29th March, Sunday in 2021

Where: Pan India

Significance: Holi, “Festival of Colors” centers around the burning and destruction of the demoness Holika. Holi is a significant Indian festival it denotes the celebration of good harvests and land fertility.

Things to do: The fun part of this festival involves people throwing colored powder on each other and using water guns. 

Holi Facts: This festival also celebrates the eternal love of Radha and Krishna. Holi, the colorful festival of India is celebrated in a grand style in the city of Mathura and Vrindavan. But do you know why is the festival of colour celebrated? Or the real mythological significance behind the Holi festival?

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April Indian Festivals 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for April. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

DateDayFestival
2nd AprilFridayGood Friday
4th AprilSundayEaster
13th AprilTuesdayGudi Padwa
14th AprilWednesdayBaisakhi
21st AprilWednesdayRama Navami

6. Good Friday

When: In 2021, Good Friday dates on 2nd April, Friday. In many countries, Good Friday is observed as a national holiday on the Friday before Easter.

Where: World-wide

Significance: The day commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ

Things to do: Christians take part in Good Friday Fasting and show their appreciation for Christ’s sacrificial deed. This day is also known as Holy Friday. 

7. Easter

When: In 2021, Easter dates on 4th  April, Sunday.

Where: World-wide

Significance: The festival celebrates the resurrection of Jesus and is considered as a rebirth of Christianity.

Things to do: The traditional celebration of the festival involves special prayers sung in praise of Jesus Christ in churches, followed by an elaborate Sunday mass, with happy music.

Easter Facts: One more vital feature of Easter is an egg. The egg is a symbol of resurrection for the Christian community People decorate eggs and perform egg hunting on this day. 

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8. Gudi Padwa: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Gudi Padwa, one of the popular festivals of India dates on 13th April, Tuesday in 2021. Gudi Padwa is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month as per the Hindu calendar. 

Where: Maharashtra & adjoining regions

Significance: According to the Hindu mythology, it is said that Lord Brahma created the universe on this day and Lord Brahma introduced days, weeks, months, and years.

Things to do: On Gudi Padwa, people have customary oil bath, wear new clothes and decorate their homes. 

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9. Baisakhi: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Baisakhi, one of the popular festivals of India dates on 14th April, Wednesday in 2021.

Where: It is celebrated in Punjab and other parts of North India.

Significance: Baisakhi is the Sikh New Year and is a spring harvest festival.  In Punjab, Baisakhi marks the harvest of the rabi crops 

Things to do: Farmers pray to God by for an abundant harvest, a symbol of prosperity. Devotees visit Gurudwaras to offer prayers and many fairs are organized along with Bhangra and Gidda performances, folk songs, amusement rides, and tasty food. 

10. Ram Navami: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Ram Navami is one of the popular festivals of India which dates on 21st April, Wednesday in 2021.

Where: Ram Navami is celebrated grandly in places associated with Sri Rama, such as Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh and Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu that attract thousands of devotees. 

Significance: Ram Navami is a Hindu festival, celebrating the birth of Lord Rama. Rama was the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. 

Things to do: On Ram Navami, people clean their houses and decorate small statues of Rama. Offerings of flowers and fruit are placed and prayers are recited after an early bath. Special foods are also prepared on this day.

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May Indian Festivals 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for May. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

Date

Day

Festival

14th May

Friday

Ramzan Id/ Eid-ul- Fitr

26th May

Wednesday

Buddha Purnima

 

 

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11. Ramzan/ Eid-Ul-Fitr: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Ramaz Eid, one of the popular festivals of India dates on 14th May, Friday in 2021.

Where: World- wide

Significance: Ramzan Eid marks the end of, the fasting month by the Muslims; when they do not eat or drink anything during the day. They only eat after the evening prayers are done and after the sun sets and the moon reappears. The last day of the Ramadan month, Eid- ul –Fitar is celebrated by everyone which marks the end of the fasting season and the start of the Islamic month of ‘Shawwal’.

Things to do: Ramzan Eid or the Eid-Ul-Fitr is celebrated on the last day of the holy month when the Muslims break their fast and celebrate the festival with foods, gifts and wish each other ‘Eid Mubarak’. 

buddha purnima

12. Buddha Purnima: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Buddha Purnima, one of the popular festivals of India dates on 14th May, Friday in 2021.

Where: It is observed by the Buddhist population throughout the country as well as in nations such as Sri Lanka, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

Significance: Buddha Purnima is a Buddhist holiday also known as Buddha Jayanti or Vesak. The festival commemorates Gautama Buddha’s birth, enlightenment, and death.

Things to do: On the festival day, Buddha idols are worshiped, and prayer meetings are organised. Devotees go to Buddhist sites, recite Buddhist scriptures, and participate in religious debates and group meditations. 

The event is also very important among Indian festivals and is celebrated with great zeal.

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June Indian Festivals 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for June. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

Date

Day

Festival

20th June

Sunday

Ganga Dussehra

 

 

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13. Ganga Dussehra: Indian Festivals 2021

When: One of the most popular Indian festivals, Ganga Dussehra, falls on the 20th of June, a Sunday in 2021.

Where: India

Significance: One of the most important Indian festivals is Ganga Dussehra. It is held in honour of the Goddess Ganga. The day is observed to commemorate Ganga’s descent on Bhumi (Earth). Because of the sacred Ganges’ arrival on Earth, it was cleaned and elevated to divine status.

Things to do: People pray to Ganga devi on this day. Ganga Dussehra is a ten-day celebration that begins the day before Nirjala Ekadashi.

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July Indian Festivals 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for July. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

Date

Day

Festival

12th July

Monday

Rath Yatra

19th July

Monday

Eid-al Adha

 

 

rath yatra

14. Rath Yatra: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Rath Yatra is one of the popular Indian festivals dates on 12th July, Monday in 2021.

Where: It is held at Puri, Odisha. Rath Yatra takes place in India and across the world. 

Significance: Rath Yatra or the Chariot festival is one of the holiest and oldest festivals of India.  It celebrates the return of Krishna with his brother and sister Balarama and Subhadra to Vrindavan.

Things to do: The idol of Lord Jagannath, Balarama, and Subhadra are taken out in a procession. It marks Lord Jagannath’s annual visits to the Gundicha Temple (Aunts Home) home near Balagundi Chhaka, Puri for nine days.

eid al adha

15. Eid al-Adha/ Bakrid: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Eid al-Adha one of the popular Indian festivals amongst Muslims starts from 19th July 2021 and ends on 20th July 2021. Commonly called Bakrid, this festival is observed during the month of ‘Dhu al-Hijjah,’ the twelfth and final month of the Islamic calendar.

Where: Eid ul Adha is celebrated by Muslims all over the world

Significance: It is celebrated to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim’s (Abraham’s) sacrifice, which he made after Allah’s command as a believer in Him.

Things to do: The pilgrimage to Mecca, also known as “haj” comes to an end with Eid al Adha. 

Learn about the entire festival of Eid al Adha 2021.

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August Indian Festivals 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021 for August. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

DateDayFestival
15th AugustSundayIndependence Day
19th AugustThursdayMuharram
21st AugustSaturdayOnam
22nd AugustSundayRaksha Bandhan
30th AugustMondayKrishna Janmashtami

 

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16. Independence Day: Indian Festivals 2021

When: In 2021, Independence Day, 15th August falls on a Sunday.

Where: India

Significance: Indian Independence Day is celebrated on August 15 every year to commemorate India’s freedom from the rule of the British Raj in 1947. it is an annual celebratory occasion and a national holiday.

Things to do: People hoist the national flag, wear colors signifying the tricolor, take part in many cultural programs and parades to celebrate the day.

Independence Day Facts: On 15 August 1947, the first Prime Minister of independent India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, hoisted the national flag at the Lahori Gate of Red Fort in New Delhi, and the Father of the Nation Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi fasted in Calcutta.

The day is recognized as the national pride and honor for our country, with subsequent Prime Ministers hoisting the flag and addressing the country from the Red Fort every year. 

17. Muharram: Indian Festivals 2021

When: In 2021, Muharram dates on 19th August, Thursday.

Where: World-wide

Significance: Muharram is the first month of the Islamic calendar and is considered to be a religious occasion. Muharram also marks the anniversary of the battle of Karbala, where the Islamic prophet Muhammad’s grandson Imam Hussain Ibn Ali was killed.

Things to do: People remember the massacre on the 10th day, Ashura by fasting. Muslims celebrate the day by visiting the mosque, praying to Allah, and by spending time with their family. People also like to cook cuisines like sweet rice and many more. They eat it while breaking their fast. 

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18. Onam: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Onam, one of the popular Indian festivals (South) dates on 21st August Saturday, 2021. The festival begins on the day known as Atham and ends on the tenth day, known as Thiru Onam or Thiruvonam. 

Where: The festival of Onam is celebrated throughout the state of Kerala.

Significance: Onam festival has its roots grounded in mythology. Once upon a time, there was a generous and virtuous ruler, Mahabali who ruled Kerala. Though he was an asura – enemies of devas. So, the devas sent Lord Vishnu in the disguise of Vamana (a dwarf). Vamana requested Mahabali for three feet of land as an offering.

And at the time of measuring the three feet of land, Vamana grew so huge that he measured all the worlds in two steps. Since he had nowhere else to place his third step, Mahabali asked Vamana to place it on him. Vamana was pleased by the generosity of the king and blessed Mahabali before he was sent to the nether world. He granted him permission to visit people once a year. And the visit of Mahabali is celebrated as Onam.

Things to do: People purchase and wearing of new clothing, known as the Onakkodi, lamps are beautifully decorated, people also indulge in various games and dances during and post-Thiruvonam. 

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19. Raksha Bandhan: Indian Festivals 2021

When: Raksha Bandhan dates on 22nd August, Sunday in 2021.

Where: Rakhsha Bandhan is one of the auspicious festivals of India. 

Significance: The word Raksha means ‘safety’ and  Bandhan means ‘bond’. Raksha Bandhan is a celebration of the lovable and bond that exists between siblings. Raksha Bandhan is rooted in mythology. It is said that during Mahabharat, when Lord Krishna accidentally nicked his finger on his ‘Sudarshan Chakra’, Draupadi tore a piece of her saree and tied it to his finger to stop the bleeding. Lord Krishna was so touched by her gesture and kindness that he promised to always protect her.

Things to do: On this day sisters tie Rakhi, a protective band on their brother’s hand that ensures the safety of the brother. In return,  the brother promises her the same. 

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20. Krishna Janmasthami: Indian Festivals 2021

The birth of Lord Krishna, Janmashtami, is celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm throughout India. People conduct fasts, sing devotional songs in praise of Lord Krishna, participate in Dahi Handi celebrations, hold ceremonies in temples, cook prasad to offer to the Lord, and many more.

It is one of the largest festivals of India which is quite popular and celebrated grandly in Mathura and Vrindavan, where Lord Krishna is believed to have been born and spent his growing up years. Celebrations start from midnight, people fast on this day and sing devotional songs. As a part of the ritual, statues of baby Krishna are washed and placed for worship. People then break their fast and share food and sweets. This popular festival of India dates on 30th August, Monday in 2021.

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September Indian Festivals 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for September. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

DateDayFestival
10th SeptemberFridayGanesh Chaturthi
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21. Ganesh Chaturthi: Indian Festivals 2021

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha is considered to be a symbol of wisdom and good fortune. He is also addressed as Gajanana, Ganesh, Gajadant that are among his 108 names. This is a 10-day long festival that  begins weeks before Ganesh Chaturthi, with people making clay idols of Lord Ganesha and painting them. On the tenth day, Lord Ganesha’s statue is immersed in water, known as Ganpati Visarjan. People chant Ganapati Bappa Morya, paying respect to him. This is one of the most popular Indian festivals that dates on 10th September, Friday in 2021.

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October Indian Festivals​ 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for October. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

DateDayFestival
2nd OctoberSaturdayGandhi Jayanti
13th OctoberWednesdayDurga Puja-Ashtami (Navratri)
15th OctoberFridayDussehra
24th OctoberSundayKarwa Chawth

 

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22. Gandhi Jayanti: Indian Festivals 2021

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also well-known as Mahatma Gandhi was born on the 2nd of October in Gujarat, Porbandar. He heavily contributed to India’s Independence movement. Not only did Gandhi just contributed to India’s freedom struggle but also stood up to bring changes in society. He believed in the path of “Ahimsa” and thus his birthday is celebrated to remember his principle of non-violence and to secure peace, tolerance in the nation. Mahatma Gandhi is the greatest and famous Indian personality and for his contributions to the Indian independence struggle, he earned the title of “Father of the nation”. 

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23. Navratri: Indian Festivals 2021

Navratri, also called Durga Puja, is one of the major festivals in India. It is held in honor of the divine feminine. The festival is of nine days and nine nights is accompanied by dance, music, sweets, and worship of the most powerful goddess. The festival ends with Dussehra (also called Vijayadashami) on the 10th day.

Navratri is celebrated differently in India’s various regions. One popular ritual of this festival is Kanya Puja, which takes place on the eighth or ninth day. In this ritual, nine young girls are dressed as the nine goddesses portraying feminine power. They are worshiped with foot washing and are given offerings such as food and clothing.

Dussehra is a time to celebrate the triumphs of good over evil. It is associated with the victory of  Rama over the Ravana, from Ramayana. In North India, the Ram Lila is the highlight of the festival. This series of holy and popular festivals of India falls on the month of October, with Dussehra on 15th October

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November Indian Festivals​ 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for November. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

DateDayFestival
4th NovemberThursdayDiwali/ Lakshmi Puja
6th NovemberSaturdayBhai Dooj
19th NovemberFridayGuru Nanak Jayanti

 

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24. Diwali: Indian Festivals 2021

Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is celebrated across India with great enthusiasm. The festival symbolizes the victory of good over bad or evil. Diwali is celebrated 20 days after Lord Ram rescued Sita from  Ravana and defeated him. The celebration marks the return of Lord Ram to Ayodha after 14 years of exile. 

Diwali generally falls on the no-moon night between the month of October and November. Traditionally it used to go on for five long days. The darkest night centers the Diwali night, the new moon night- the end of the month of Ashvin and the start of the month of Kartika.

  • Day 1 – Dhanteras
  • Day 2 – Naraka Chaturdashi, Chhoti Diwali 
  • Day 3 – Lakshmi Puja/Kali Puja 
  • Day 4 – Govardhan Puja
  • Day 5 – Bhai Dooj/Vishwakarma Puja

People clean their houses and decorate them beautifully with lights and diyas. They wear new clothes, make sweets, and pray for better days. Diwali, one of the biggest and most popular festivals of India, falls on 4th November in 2021. Know how to celebrate Diwali 2021 with kids.

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25. BhaiDooj: Indian Festivals 2021

The last day and the fifth day of the big festival of Diwali is called Bhai dooj. It celebrates the loving relationship between brothers and sisters. It is quite similar to Raksha Bandhan but has different traditions. Siblings pray for the well-being and long-life of each other on this special day. 

This popular festival of India, Bhai Dooj falls on the month of November, on the 6th November

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26. Guru Nanak Jayanti: Indian Festivals 2021

Guru Nanak Jayanti, otherwise called Gurpurab, is the main celebration for the devotees of the religion of Sikhism. It is commended to celebrate the birth anniversary of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak Dev. The celebration is celebrated on arrival of Kartik Poornima, which is the fifteenth lunar day in the long stretch of Kartik as depicted by the Hindu schedule, and typically falls in the period of November by the Gregorian schedule.

Festivities start in Gurudwaras two days before the day of Guru Nanak Jayanti. A 48-hour constant recitation of the Guru Granth Sahib, called Akhand Path, is held. A day prior to Guru Nanak’s birthday, a parade called Nagarkirtan is coordinated. The parade is driven by five men, alluded to as the Panj Pyare, holding the Sikh three-sided flag, Nishan Sahib.

This is one of the popular festivals in India mainly for the Sikhs. In 2021, Guru Nanak Jayanti falls on 19th November, Friday.

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December Indian Festivals​ 2021

List of Indian Festivals 2021  for December. Read about the Indian festival today! What are your favorite festivals of India?

DateDayFestival

25th  December

ThursdayChristmas

 

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27. Christmas: Popular Festival of India

Christmas is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God. The name ‘Christmas’ comes from the Mass of Christ. Mass assistance is a place where Christians remember that Jesus passed on for them and afterward returned to life. The ‘Christ-Mass’ service was the one that was permitted to occur after dusk (and before dawn the following day), so individuals had it at Midnight!

Christmas is currently celebrated by individuals around the planet, if they are Christians. It’s when loved ones meet up and recall the good things they have. Individuals, and particularly kids, additionally like Christmas as it’s the point at which you give and get presents! Listen to the best five Christmas songs for kids.

Therefore, Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 every year.

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