Hindu Holidays Calculator

Hinduism is the third largest religion, followed in India and Nepal. Unlike other religions, Hinduism does not have a single founder or scriptures nor a common set of teachings. There are more than 900 million people following the Hinduism. It is known to be one of the largest religion. Most of the Hindu festival is observed with the worship of deity, fasting, rituals, charity, celebrations, pujas. This Hindu holidays calculator shows the list of most celebrated Hindu festival dates for 2017.

Find Festival Dates of Hindu Religion for Calendar 2017

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Festival-NameDayDateMonthYear
Makar SankrantiSaturday14January2017
Vasant PanchamiWednesday1February2017
Maha ShivratriSaturday25February2017
HoliMonday13March2017
Hindi New YearTuesday28March2017
RamanavamiWednesday5April2017
Hanuman JayantiTuesday11April2017
Raksha BandhanMonday7August2017
Krishna JanmashthamiTuesday15August2017
Ganesh ChaturthiFriday25August2017
Pitr PakshaSaturday9September2017
NavaratriThursday21September2017
Saraswati PujaWednesday27September2017
DaseraSaturday30September2017
DiwaliWednesday18October2017
Vikram Year 2070Sunday12November2017

Hinduism is the third largest religion, followed in India and Nepal. Unlike other religions, Hinduism does not have a single founder or scriptures nor a common set of teachings. There are more than 900 million people following the Hinduism. It is known to be one of the largest religion. Most of the Hindu festival is observed with the worship of deity, fasting, rituals, charity, celebrations, pujas. This Hindu holidays calculator shows the list of most celebrated Hindu festival dates for 2017.

All the Hindu festivals are originated from the Hindu mythology. You can also refer the days and dates of Hindu festivals for the past as well forthcoming years using this Hindu Holidays Calculator.


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