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2018 Indian Festivals and Holidays Calendar

Θ Government Holidays – Θ Hindu Festivals & Others, Islamic Holidays, Sikh Festivals                                                                          देंखे भारतीय कैलेंडर⇒ हिंदी

Indian calendar 2018

KALASHJanuary 2018 KALASH, Indian calendar 2018
DATEDAYHOLIDAYFESTIVAL
01 MondayNew Year
08 Monday Swami Vivekananda Jayanti
13Saturday Lohri
14 Sunday Makar Sankranti, Pongal
22 Monday  Vasant Panchami
23 Tuesday Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti
26FridayRepublic Day
31Wednesday Guru Ravidas Jayanti
KALASHFebruary 2018 KALASH
10Saturday Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
13Tuesday Maha Shivaratri
17Saturday Ramakrishna Jayanti
KALASHMarch 2018 KALASH
01 Thursday Holika Dahan
02 FridayHoliHoli
04 Sunday Shivaji Jayanti
18 Sunday Gudi Padwa , Ugadi
19 Monday Jhulelal Jayanti
20 Tuesday Parsi New Year
25 Sunday Rama Navami
29Thursday  Mahavir Swami Jayanti
30 FridayGood FridayHazarat Ali’s Birthday
KALASHApril 2018 KALASH
01SundayBank’s Holiday 
12Thursday Vallabhacharya Jayanti
14SaturdayAmbedkar JayantiBaisakhi
20Friday Shankaracharya Jayanti , Surdas Jayanti
30Monday Buddha Purnima
KALASHMay 2018 KALASH
07MondayRabindranath Tagore Jayanti 
KALASHJune 2018 KALASH
15FridayJamat Ul-Vida
Eid al-Fitr, Ramadan
16Saturday Maharana Pratap Jayanti
21Thursday Longest Day of Year
28Thursday Kabirdas Jayanti
KALASHJuly 2018 KALASH
14Saturday Jagannath Rathyatra
KALASHAugust 2018 KALASH
15WednesdayIndependence Day 
17Friday Tulsidas Jayanti
22WednesdayEid al-AdhaBakrid
24Friday Onam
26SundayRaksha BandhanRakhi
KALASHSeptember 2018 KALASH
02Sunday Janmashtami
03MondayJanmashtami @Iskon 
12Wednesday Al-Hijra , Islamic New Year
13Thursday Ganesh Chaturthi
21FridayMuharram 
23SundayAutumnal Equinox 
KALASHOctober 2018 KALASH
02TuesdayGandhi Jayanti 
10Wednesday Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti
17Wednesday Durga Ashtami
19FridayDussehraMadhvacharya Jayanti
24Wednesday Valmiki Jayanti , Meerabai Jayanti
27Saturday Karwa Chauth
KALASHNovember 2018 KALASH
06Tuesday Narak Chaturdashi
07WednesdayDiwaliLakshmi Puja
08Thursday Gowardhan Puja
09Friday Bhaiya Dooj
13Tuesday Chhath Puja
14WednesdayNehru Jayanti 
21WednesdayMilad an-NabiId-e-Milad
23Friday Guru Nanak Jayanti
   KALASHDecember 2018 KALASH
22Saturday Shortest Day of Year
25TuesdayMerry Christmas 

Check also >>2019 Indian Festivals and Holidays Calendar

Indian calendar

Indian calendar gives you a list of Indian vacations. According to the Hindu calendar, Indian calendar shows all major and important holiday dates in the current year. You can see the list of all the major Indian vacancies at inhindi.org.

Monthly calendar is also available for viewing holidays. The Indian calendar includes all the major dates like Hindu Holidays, Christian Holidays, Sikh Holidays and Muslim Holidays, also known as Islamic Holidays.

There are also all major government holidays in the year of Indian calendar. Through this calendar, you can stay updated about all the big holidays coming in a year.

Hindu celebrations are commended according to the Hindu Calendar. This timetable relies upon the development of sun and moon so a large portion of the celebrations are praised on various dates, move around inside a scope of dates in various years. Here we have given the dates of the Hindu religious occasions for schedule year 2017 and 2018. A Hindu is a devotee of Hinduism. Hinduism is accepted to be one of the world’s most established sorted out religions. Hinduism is the world’s third biggest religion with in excess of a billion adherents. Larger part of Hindu individuals live in India and Nepal. These days substantial Hindu populaces can be found in different parts of the world.Hinduism has no single prophet, no single sacred writing, and no one arrangement of religious rituals. Most Hindus venerate at least one divinities, trust in resurrection and esteem the act of reflection. Hindu sacrosanct writings are viewed as the most old religious writings. The essential consecrated writings of Hinduism are the Vedas: Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva Veda. Most prominent Hindu sacred writings are the Mahabharata, Bhagavad Gita and Ramayan.

Read More – 2018 Hindu Festivals

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