List of Indian Festival 2022

India is a festivals country. Each festival has its own importance. People of all sections of India celebrate of festivals. The festival is an event that gives every Indian a learning and joy in life. On festivals in India, people fill their homes and their lives with happiness. Most children wait for festivals. Among which the most liked festivals are Deepawali, Holi and Krishna Janmashtami. The list of Da Divine India includes festivals, events, fairs, birthdays, which are explained in detail. In this way are given in the list below.


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Aas Mata ki Puja 2023

Aas Mata ki Puja 2023

The fast of worship of Aas Mata can be observed anytime from Pratipada of Shukla Paksha of Falgun month to Ashtami. Aas Mata is worshiped on this day. It is said that by observing this fast all the wishes are fulfilled.
Achla or Apara Ekadashi 2023

Achla or Apara Ekadashi 2023

Ekadashi fasting holds an important place in Hindu religion. Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha of Jyeshtha month is called Achala Ekadashi. Achala Ekadashi is also called Apara Ekadashi.
Ahoi Ashtami Vrat 2022

Ahoi Ashtami Vrat 2022

Ahoi Ashtami fast is a very famous fast in North India. Ahoi Ashtami fasting day falls four days after Karva Chauth and eight days before Diwali Puja. The day of Ahoi Ashtami is also known as Ahoi Eighteen. On this day, women observe a strict fast similar to Karva Chauth.
Aja Ekadashi 2023

Aja Ekadashi 2023

The Ekadashi which falls in the Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month is called Aja Ekadashi. It is believed that fasting on Aja Ekadashi gives virtue equal to the Ashwamedha Yagya.
Akshaya Tritiya 2023

Akshaya Tritiya 2023

The Akshaya Tritiya festival is also known as Akti or Akha Teej. This festival is an auspicious festival of Hindus and Jains. This festival falls on the third day of the Shukla Paksha of the Vaishakh month.
Amalaki Ekadashi 2023

Amalaki Ekadashi 2023

The day of Amal Ekadashi holds an important place in Hinduism. According to the Hindu calendar, Amalaki Ekadashi is observed on the Shukla Paksha of the month of Falgun.
Amla Navami, Akshaya Navami

Amla Navami, Akshaya Navami

The Navami of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month is called 'Amla Navami'. As the name suggests, the Amla tree is worshiped on this day. It is believed that Amla tree is worshiped to fulfill the wish of good health.
Ananta Chaturdashi 2023

Ananta Chaturdashi 2023

The day of Ananta Chaturdashi is an important day for both Hindu and Jain religions. For Jainism, it is the day when Lord Vasupujya, the 12th Tirthankara of the current cosmic cycle, attained nirvana. It is the last day of the main Jain festival, Paryushan. In Hinduism, Anant Chaturdashi is considered to be the most important day for worshiping the Ananta form of Lord Vishnu.
Asha Bhagoti Vrat 2022

Asha Bhagoti Vrat 2022

The Asha Bhagoti fast starts from the Ashtami of the Krishna Paksha of Ashwin month and lasts for eight days.
Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2023

Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2023

Gupt Navratri is an important festival in Hinduism, it is a festival which is celebrated for nine days. During these nine days, nine forms of Goddess Shakti or Durga are worshipped. Gupt Navratri is also known as Shakambhari Navratri or Gayatri Navratri.
Bahula Chaturthi Vrat 2023

Bahula Chaturthi Vrat 2023

Bahula Chauth is fasted on the Chaturthi of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada. This fast is observed by mothers to protect their sons. Items made of wheat and rice are prohibited on this day. The law of worshiping a clay statue of cow and lion is prevalent. This fast is also called Gau Pooja Vrat.
Baikunth Chaturdashi 2022

Baikunth Chaturdashi 2022

This fast is observed on Chaturdashi of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month. Shukla Chaturdashi of Kartik month is considered a holy day for Hindu religion as both Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva are worshiped on this day.
Baisakhi 2023

Baisakhi 2023

Baisakhi is one of the holiest Sikh festivals. Baisakhi Festival falls on April 13th or April 14th and marks the beginning of the solar year.
Balaram Jayanti 2023, Hal Sasthi 2023

Balaram Jayanti 2023, Hal Sasthi 2023

This day is very important for Hindus. Krishna's elder brother Balram ji was born on Krishna's Sashti of Bhadrapada. Balram ji is also known as Baldev, Balabhadra, Haladhara, Halayudh and Sanskar. Balaramji is considered an incarnation of Sheshnag.
Basoda or Sheetala Ashtami 2023

Basoda or Sheetala Ashtami 2023

Basoda is an important festival in Hindu religion. Sheetla Ashtami is also known as 'Basoda Pooja'. Basoda Pooja is a popular festival dedicated to the Sheetla Mata.
Bateshwar Fair 2022

Bateshwar Fair 2022

The name of Bateshwar Nath comes in the ancient religious places of India. This place is named after Lord Shiva. Bateshwar is situated at a distance of 70 km from Agra (Uttar Pradesh) on the banks of river Yamuna.
Bhagavad Gita Jayanti 2022

Bhagavad Gita Jayanti 2022

Gita Jayanti is a very important day for Hindus. On this day, the holy book of Hindus, Bhagavad Gita was born, ie Gita Jayanti is the day when Lord Shri Krishna told the Gita to Arjuna. It is celebrated on Shukla Ekadashi on the 11th day of Margashirsha month of the Hindu calendar.
Bhai Dooj 2022

Bhai Dooj 2022

The festival of Bhai Dooj is a famous festival for Hindus. This festival is similar to the festival of Raksha Bandhan. The festivals of Bhai Dooj are known by many names like Bhaubeej, Bhai Tika, Bhai Phonta etc.
Bhaum Pradosh Vrat 2023

Bhaum Pradosh Vrat 2023

Pradosh Vrat is an important fast for Hindus. This fast is observed twice every month. Lord Shiva is pleased by observing this fast. Pradosh Vrat is considered a holy fasting day. Pradosh Vrat falls on 'Trayodashi' every lunar fortnight according to the Hindu calendar.
Bhaumvati Amavasya 2023

Bhaumvati Amavasya 2023

Amavasya day holds great importance in Hinduism. This is the day on which the moon is not fully visible. Lord Shiva is worshiped on the new moon day. The day of Bhaumvati Amavasya is the same day of Amavasya which is on Tuesday.
Bhishma Ashtami 2023

Bhishma Ashtami 2023

Hinduism holds special significance for Bhishma Ashtami, this day is celebrated as a festival in Hinduism. The Ashtami of Shukla Paksha of Magha month is called ‘Bhishma Ashtami’. This day falls during the months of January and February.
Bhishma Panchak 2022

Bhishma Panchak 2022

This fast starts from Kartik Shukla Ekadashi and continues till full moon. Women and men who take bath in Kartik observe fast by staying fast. This day is named after Bhishma Pitamah.
Brahma Gauri Punam Fast in 2023

Brahma Gauri Punam Fast in 2023

Brahmagauri Punam fast is done on Tritiya of Shukla Paksha of Paush month. On this day Jagjanani Gauri should do Shodashopachar Puja. This fast is observed by women.
Brihaspativar Vrat and Katha

Brihaspativar Vrat and Katha

In Hinduism, seven days of the week are dedicated to some deity. In this way, the day of Thursday also holds importance in Hindu religion. Thursday is also known as Guruwar

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