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Festival In 2025 - Festival Dates In 2025

Festival In 2025 - Festival Dates In 2025


The Hindu calendar should be unique in the world. No other calendar will contain such a variety of information highlighting festivals, fasts, feasts, and celebrations. India as a country is very vast and diverse. Every state is a unique place, and they differ in community, language, religion, customs, and traditions. In short, India is a mixture or diverse mixture of diverse things. The Hindu calendar was developed in the Vedic period, and the earliest mention of Hindu time is found in the Vedas, the ancient and sacred texts of Hinduism. The Hindu calendar is also called Panchanga or Panchangam.


Hindu festivals are generally based on location dates and days. Religious festivals are determined by the planetary positions of the Sun and Moon. According to the Hindu religion, festivals tell us the time of worshiping deities, fasting, celebrating, and seeking blessings of God. India is an ancient land full of ancient cultures and traditions. The land of yoga and meditation for unique travel destinations gives a unique aura to the country. Innumerable religions, languages, and cultural backgrounds give way to festivals of diverse nature, colors, customs, traditions, and rituals and this is what makes India so unique. 


India is a democratic and secular nation. Religious and communal harmony comes together best at times of festivals and celebrations. Each ritual, festival, and tradition often varies depending on location and religion. Every festival has a reason to celebrate and its own story and significance. Although every festival is different, people still come together to celebrate with great enthusiasm. India celebrates Shivratri, Holi, Raksha Bandhan, Diwali, Dussehra, Ugadi, Janmashtami, Gudi Padwa, and many other festivals with equal enthusiasm and excitement. The Hindu calendar highlights the dates and days of various religious festivals and celebrations throughout the year.

 


Festivals In January 2025



Date 

Day

Festivals

01 

Wednesday

English New Year

12 

Sunday 

Swami Vivekananda Jayanti

13 

Monday

Lohri

14 

Tuesday

Pongal, Uttarayan, Makar Sankranti

23 

Thursday

Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti

26 

Sunday

Republic Day

30 

Thursday 

Gandhi Punyatithi



Festivals In February 2025

 


Date 

Day

Festivals

02 

Sunday

Basant Panchmi, Saraswati Puja

04 

Tuesday 

World Cancer Day

12 

Wednesday 

Guru Ravidas Jayanti

14 

Friday 

Valentine's Day

19 

Wednesday 

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti

23 

Sunday 

Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti

26 

Wednesday

Mahashivratri



Festivals In March 2025 

 


Date 

Day

Festivals

01 

Saturday 

Ramakrishna Jayanti

08 

Saturday 

International Women's Day

13 

Thursday

Holika Dahan

14 

Friday

Holi

20 

Wednesday 

Parsi New Year

30 

Sunday

Chaitra Navratri, Ugadi, Gudi Padwa

31 

Monday

Cheti Chand



Festivals In April 2025

 


Date 

Day

Festivals

01 

Tuesday

Bank's Holiday

06 

Sunday

Ram Navami

07 

Monday

Chaitra Navratri Parana

12 

Saturday

Hanuman Jayanti

14 

Monday

Baisakhi, Ambedkar Jayanti

30 

Wednesday

Akshaya Tritiya



Festivals In May 2025

 


Date 

Day

Festivals

01 

Thursday 

International Workers' Day

02 

Friday 

Shankaracharya Jayanti, Surdas Jayanti

06 

Tuesday 

Sita Navami

11 

Sunday 

Narasimha Jayanti

13 

Tuesday 

Narada Jayanti

26 

Monday 

Vat Savitri Vrat

27 

Tuesday 

Shani Jayanti



Festivals In June 2025

 

 

Date 

Day

Festivals

05 

Thursday

World Environment Day

27

Friday

Jagannath Rath Yatra

21

Saturday

International Yoga Day



Festivals In July 2025

 


Date 

Day

Festivals

06 

Sunday

Ashadhi Ekadashi

10 

Thursday

Guru Purnima

27 

Sunday

Hariyali Teej

29 

Tuesday

Nag Panchami

31 

Thursday 

Tulsidas Jayanti



Festivals In August 2025

 


Date 

Day

Festivals

09 

Saturday

Raksha Bandhan

12 

Tuesday

Kajari Teej

15 

Friday

Independence Day

16 

Saturday

Janmashtami

26 

Tuesday

Hartalika Teej

27 

Wednesday

Ganesh Chaturthi



Festivals In September 2025

 

 

Date 

Day

Festivals

05 

Friday

Onam/Thiruvonam

06 

Saturday

Anant Chaturdashi

22 

Monday

Sharad Navratri

30 

Tuesday

Durga Puja Ashtami



Festivals In October 2025

 

 

Date 

Day

Festivals

01 

Wednesday

Durga Maha Navami Puja

02 

Thursday

Gandhi Jayanti, Dussehra, Sharad Navratri Parana

10

Friday

Karva Chauth

18 

Saturday

Dhanteras

20 

Monday

Narak Chaturdashi

21 

Tuesday

Vat Savitri Vrat

27 

Tuesday 

Diwali

22 Wednesday Govardhan Puja, Hindu New Year
23 Thursday Bhai Dooj
28 Tuesday Chhath Puja


Festivals In November 2025

 


Date 

Day

Festivals

05 

Wednesday 

Guru Nanak Jayanti

14 

Friday

Children's Day, Nehru Jayanti



Festivals In December 2025

 


Date 

Day

Festivals

25 

Thursday

Merry Christmas

27

Saturday

Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti



Conclusion


India, a land of rich culture and history, celebrates many festivals with great joy, gaiety, rituals, and enthusiasm. Every region and religion of India has its own set of festivals to celebrate and correspond to the birthdays and great deeds of gods, gurus, heroes, and saints. Some of these festivals are celebrated according to religious beliefs and customs. People of India like to celebrate every festival related to their region and culture. Through online astrology consultation, you can easily know the dates of every festival celebrated in India. Keeping fast, serving the poor, serving humanity, and eating free food are some of the common rituals included in these festivals. Holi, Diwali, Independence, and Day are some of the major festivals of India. Check out the festival dates in 2025 festivals celebrated in India.

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