Indian Festival Calendar

The world’s largest democracy India is a multicultural society with many religions. Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Muslims, Christians and Jain’s celebrate their festivals in India.     Throughout India holidays and festivals of most religions are celebrated depending on the demographics of the area. For instance the festival of Baisakhi is predominantly a festival associated with Punjab.  While Baisakhi is celebrated by Hindus all over India on April 13th it is celebrated with a lot of fanfare in the province of Punjab.

List of Indian holidays 2015 - Plan your visit to India around holidays!

January 2015

  01 Thursday New Year 05        Sunday             Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti   13        Tuesday Lohri   14        Wednesday Makar Sankranti   26        Monday Republic Day   24        Saturday                        Basant Panchami

February 2015

14        Saturday Valentines Day 17       Tuesday Maha-Shivratri

 March 2015

 06        Friday Holi   21        Saturday Navroz   21      Saturday Gudi Padva 28 Saturday Ram Navami

April 2015

02       Thursday            Mahavir Jayanti   03        Friday               Hanuman Jayanti   13        Monday Baisakhi    

May 2015 

 04        Monday Buddha Jayanti   05        Tuesday            Teachers Day   10        Sunday             Mothers Day

June 2015 

21       Sunday             Father's Day   

July 2015

12       Saturday Guru Poornima 18 Sunday              Id-UL-Fitr

August 2015

29       Saturday Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan 02        Sunday              Friendship Day            15        Sunday Independence Day                                   

September 2015

05    Saturday      Sri Krishna Janmashtami  17     Thursday Ganesh Chaturathi

October 2015

02         Friday Gandhi Jayanti 13        Tuesday           Navratri Begins 21         October Navratri Ends 22        Thursday Dusshera 26        Monday             Lakshmi Pooja 30        Friday Karva Chauth 31        Saturday Halloween  

November 2015 

08       Sunday Dhan Teras 11       Wednesday Diwali 25 Wednesday Guru Nanak Jayanthi  

December 2015 

06        Sunday Hanukkah Begins 14      Monday Hanukkah Ends 25         Friday Christmas 
new year celebration
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Indian Festival Calendar

The world’s largest democracy India is a multicultural society with many religions. Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Muslims, Christians and Jain’s celebrate their festivals in India.     Throughout India holidays and festivals of most religions are celebrated depending on the demographics of the area. For instance the festival of Baisakhi is predominantly a festival associated with Punjab.  While Baisakhi is celebrated by Hindus all over India on April 13th it is celebrated with a lot of fanfare in the province of Punjab.

List of Indian holidays 2015 - Plan your

visit to India around holidays!

January 2015

  01  Thursday New Year 05   Sunday           Guru Gobind Singh                                 Jayanti   13   Tuesday           Lohri   14   Wednesday     Makar Sankranti   26   Monday            Republic Day   24   Saturday          Basant Panchami

February 2015

14   Saturday Valentines Day 17   Tuesday             Maha-Shivratri

 March 2015

 06   Friday Holi    21   Saturday Navroz    21   Saturday Gudi Padva  28   Saturday Ram Navami

April 2015

 02   Thursday           Mahavir Jayanti    03   Friday               Hanuman Jayanti    13   Monday Baisakhi    

May 2015 

 04   Monday Buddha Jayanti    05   Tuesday            Teachers Day    10   Sunday             Mothers Day

June 2015 

 21   Sunday            Father's Day   

July 2015

 12   Saturday Guru Poornima  18    Sunday             Id-UL-Fitr

August 2015

 29   Saturday Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan  02   Sunday              Friendship Day             15   Sunday   Independence Day                                   

September 2015

  05  Saturday    Sri Krishna Janmashtami    17  Thursday    Ganesh Chaturathi

October 2015

   02         Friday Gandhi Jayanti   13        Tuesday           Navratri Begins   21         October Navratri Ends   22        Thursday Dusshera   26        Monday             Lakshmi Pooja   30        Friday   Karva  Chauth   31        Saturday   Halloween  

 November 2015 

  08   Sunday Dhan Teras   11   Wednesday Diwali   25    Wednesday Guru Nanak                                        Jayanthi  

 December 2015 

  06   Sunday Hanukkah Begins   14   Monday Hanukkah Ends   25   Friday Christmas 
new year celebration

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