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Hindu Festivals of 2011

Panchang Ganita, Panchanga Siddhanta, Panchang Author: Pundit Mahesh Shastriji, Seattle, WA USA
Inspiration: Late Pundit Maganlal Devshanker Shastriji

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Hindu Festivals of 2011

Following Calendars for 2011 are prepared by mypanchang.com for various cities in the world. These calendar are in english but prepared as per North Indian, Gujarat, Maharastra, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Kerala, Orrisa, & Esst Indian States tradition and festivals. Indians live everywhere in the world and hence we have prepared this calendar as per combined indian traditions. If your temple wants to prepare calendar please contact us. We offer complete solution including printing on 100 lbs glossy paper in color with digital printing as well as offset printing through our associate printers at very cheap rates.

  1. 2011 Hindu Calendar for Toronto, Canada (North Indian Format)
  2. 2011 Hindu Calendar for Vancouver, Canada (North Indian, South Indian Format)
  3. 2011 Hindu Calendar prepared for Austin Hindu Temple Austin, TX, USA (North Indian, South Indian Format)
  4. 2011 Hindu Calendar prepared for Sanata Shiva Shakti Mandir Houston, TX, USA (North Indian, South Indian format)
  5. 2011 Hindu Calendar prepared for Sri Lalitha Peetham Temple Dallas, TX, USA (North indian, South indian format)
  6. 2011 Hindu Calendar Prepared for Madrid, Iowa, USA (North indian, South indian format)
  7. 2011 Hindu Calendar prepared for Sanatan Dharma Temple and Cultural Center, Seattle (Maple Valley), WA, USA (North and South Indian Format)
  8. 2011 Seattle's Telugu Calendar for Sanatan Dharma Temple and Cultural Center
  9. 2011 Seattle's Tamil Calendar for Sanatan Dharma Temple and Cultural Center
  10. 2011 Hindu calendar prepared for Mayuri Group, Seattle, WA USA (North indian, South indian format)
  11. 2011 Hindu calendar prepared for Inchin's Bamboo Garden, Seattle, WA, USA (North indian, South indian)
  12. Seattleindian.com's 2011 Calendar for Seattle (North and South Indian Calendar)
  13. 2011 Hindu Calendar prepared for Mumbai, Maharastra, India (North and South Indian format)

How to use provided ICS file with Microsoft Outlook?

  • click on your timezone and save it onto appropriate folder. "My documents" folder for example.
  • Open Microsoft Outlook. Click on the File Menu and click on Open Panchangam
  • Go to the Calender tab of the outlook. Right Click on the new calender and click on the "View in Overlay Mode"
  • Now we can see both the calendars in a single pane.
  • if you import this with into your live calendar by logging into hotmail and importing the ics file you'll get indian festivals automatically on your windows 7 phone.

How to use provided ICS file with Microsoft Live A/c and integrate with windows 7 phone

  • Download appropriate ics files for your timezone and save it to mydocuments
  • Login to your hotmail a/c or live a/c.
  • Select Calendar from left hand menu
  • Click on Add a new calendar under Calendars on left hand side or from top New Calendar
  • Enter details 2011 Hindu Festival calendar in Name: and click Save
  • click on Subscribe on top menu right above calendar
  • Click on Import from an ICS file
  • Select location of ics where you saved your file "My Documents"
  • Click on Import Calendar button
  • click on Done when import is done

How to use provided ICS file with Google Calendar

  • Download appropriate ics file for your timezone
  • login to gmail a/c
  • Click on Calendar
  • click on Add under my calendars
  • Enter Calendar name: 2011 hindu festival calendar
  • Click Create Calendar
  • click Settings
  • Click Import Calendar
  • click choose file and select location where you saved your ics file "My Documents"
  • from calendar drop down box select the newly created calendar
  • click on "Import"
With Live, google, and yahoo calendar use the import feature available. You can consult their help documentation on how to import Panchangam (ICS) file into their application.

Hindu Festivals for 2011

Description USA / Canada UK India Australia and Newzeland
  Hawaii PST MST CST EST EST UK India WAU NT SA QLND NSW AEST NZLND
    Except NY New York  
ICS  File -----> ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS ICS
Name of Festivals                              
Tamil Hanumat Jayanthi 3-Jan 3-Jan 3-Jan 3-Jan 3-Jan 3-Jan 3-Jan 3-Jan 3-Jan 3-Jan 4-Jan 4-Jan 4-Jan 4-Jan 4-Jan
Lohri 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan
Bhogi 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 13-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan
Makar Samkranti 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan
Pongal/MakarSamkranti 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 14-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan
Putrada Ekadasi 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 15-Jan 16-Jan 16-Jan 16-Jan 16-Jan 16-Jan 16-Jan 16-Jan 16-Jan
Thai Poosam 19-Jan 19-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan 20-Jan
Sattila Ekadasi 29-Jan 29-Jan 29-Jan 29-Jan 29-Jan 29-Jan 29-Jan 29-Jan 30-Jan 30-Jan 30-Jan 30-Jan 30-Jan 30-Jan 30-Jan
Vasant Panchami 7-Feb 7-Feb 7-Feb 7-Feb 7-Feb 7-Feb 8-Feb 8-Feb 8-Feb 8-Feb 8-Feb 8-Feb 8-Feb 8-Feb 8-Feb
Ratha Saptami 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 10-Feb 11-Feb
Bhishma Ekadasi 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 14-Feb 15-Feb
Vijaya Ekadasi 27-Feb 27-Feb 27-Feb 27-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb 28-Feb
Maha Shivaratri 2-Mar 2-Mar 2-Mar 2-Mar 2-Mar 2-Mar 2-Mar 2-Mar 3-Mar 3-Mar 3-Mar 3-Mar 3-Mar 3-Mar 3-Mar
Karadyan Nonbu 14-Mar 14-Mar 14-Mar 14-Mar 14-Mar 14-Mar 14-Mar 14-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar
Amalaki Ekadasi 15-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar 15-Mar 16-Mar 16-Mar 16-Mar 16-Mar 16-Mar 16-Mar 16-Mar 16-Mar 16-Mar
Holika Dahan 18-Mar 18-Mar 18-Mar 18-Mar 18-Mar 18-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar
Holi 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar
Lakshami Jayanthi 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar
Panguni Uttiram 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar 19-Mar
Papamochini Ekadasi 29-Mar 29-Mar 29-Mar 29-Mar 29-Mar 29-Mar 29-Mar 30-Mar 30-Mar 30-Mar 30-Mar 30-Mar 30-Mar 30-Mar 30-Mar
Khara Yugadi 3-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr
Hindu New Year 3-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr
Chaitra Navaratri 3-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr
Gudi Padwa 3-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr
Cheti Chand 3-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr 4-Apr
Shri Rama Navami 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr 12-Apr
Tamil New Year 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 15-Apr
Baisakhi 13-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr
Kamada Ekadasi 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr
Vishu Kani 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 14-Apr 15-Apr 15-Apr 15-Apr 15-Apr 15-Apr 15-Apr 15-Apr 15-Apr 15-Apr
Hanuman Jayanthi 17-Apr 17-Apr 17-Apr 17-Apr 17-Apr 17-Apr 17-Apr 17-Apr 18-Apr 18-Apr 18-Apr 18-Apr 18-Apr 18-Apr 18-Apr
Varuthini Ekadasi 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 28-Apr 29-Apr
Akshya Tritiya 5-May 5-May 5-May 5-May 5-May 5-May 6-May 6-May 6-May 6-May 6-May 6-May 6-May 6-May 6-May
Sankara Jayanthi 7-May 7-May 7-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May
Ramanuja Jayanthi 7-May 7-May 7-May 7-May 7-May 7-May 7-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May 8-May
Mohini Ekadasi 13-May 13-May 13-May 13-May 13-May 13-May 13-May 13-May 13-May 14-May 14-May 14-May 14-May 14-May 14-May
Nrisimha Jayanthi 15-May 15-May 15-May 15-May 15-May 15-May 15-May 16-May 16-May 16-May 16-May 16-May 16-May 16-May 16-May
Hanumat Jayanthi (Andhra) 26-May 26-May 26-May 26-May 27-May 27-May 27-May 27-May 27-May 27-May 27-May 27-May 27-May 27-May 27-May
Apara Ekadasi 27-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May 28-May
Nirjala Ekadasi 11-Jun 11-Jun 11-Jun 11-Jun 11-Jun 11-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun 12-Jun
Yogini Ekadasi 26-Jun 26-Jun 26-Jun 26-Jun 26-Jun 26-Jun 27-Jun 27-Jun 27-Jun 27-Jun 27-Jun 27-Jun 27-Jun 27-Jun 27-Jun
Ratha Yatra 2-Jul 2-Jul 2-Jul 2-Jul 2-Jul 2-Jul 3-Jul 3-Jul 3-Jul 3-Jul 3-Jul 3-Jul 3-Jul 3-Jul 3-Jul
Shayana Ekadasi 10-Jul 10-Jul 10-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul
Shayana Ekadasi (Vaishnava) 10-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul 11-Jul
Guru Poornima 14-Jul 14-Jul 14-Jul 14-Jul 14-Jul 14-Jul 15-Jul 15-Jul 15-Jul 15-Jul 15-Jul 15-Jul 15-Jul 15-Jul 15-Jul
Kamika Ekadasi 26-Jul 26-Jul 26-Jul 26-Jul 26-Jul 26-Jul 26-Jul 26-Jul 26-Jul 26-Jul 26-Jul 27-Jul 27-Jul 27-Jul 27-Jul
Diwaso 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul 30-Jul
Hariyali Teej 1-Aug 1-Aug 1-Aug 1-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug
Andal Jayanti 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug 2-Aug
Naag Panchami 3-Aug 3-Aug 3-Aug 3-Aug 3-Aug 3-Aug 4-Aug 4-Aug 4-Aug 4-Aug 4-Aug 4-Aug 4-Aug 4-Aug 4-Aug
Pavitra Ekadasi 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug 9-Aug
Rigveda Upakarma 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug
Vara lakshmi Vrata 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug 12-Aug
Yajur Upakarma 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug
Raksha Bandhan 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug 13-Aug
Kajali Teej 16-Aug 16-Aug 16-Aug 16-Aug 16-Aug 16-Aug 16-Aug 16-Aug 16-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug
Bolchoth 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 17-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug
Naag Pancham (Guj) 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug
Randhan Chhath 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 19-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug
Sitala Satam (Guj) 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 20-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug
Krishna Janmasthami 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 21-Aug 22-Aug 22-Aug 22-Aug 22-Aug 22-Aug 22-Aug 22-Aug 22-Aug
Aja Ekadasi 24-Aug 24-Aug 24-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug 25-Aug
Haritalika 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug
Samaveda Upakarma 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep
Ganesh Chaturthi 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 31-Aug 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep
Rishi Panchami 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 1-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep 2-Sep
Parivaratini Ekadasi 7-Sep 7-Sep 7-Sep 7-Sep 7-Sep 7-Sep 7-Sep 8-Sep 8-Sep 8-Sep 8-Sep 8-Sep 8-Sep 8-Sep 8-Sep
Onam 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep 9-Sep
Anant Chaturdashi 10-Sep 10-Sep 10-Sep 10-Sep 10-Sep 10-Sep 11-Sep 11-Sep 11-Sep 11-Sep 11-Sep 11-Sep 11-Sep 11-Sep 11-Sep
Pitrupaksha start 12-Sep 12-Sep 12-Sep 12-Sep 12-Sep 12-Sep 13-Sep 13-Sep 13-Sep 13-Sep 13-Sep 13-Sep 13-Sep 13-Sep 13-Sep
Pitrupaksha end 26-Sep 26-Sep 26-Sep 26-Sep 26-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep
Sharad Navaratri 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 27-Sep 28-Sep 28-Sep 28-Sep 28-Sep 28-Sep 28-Sep 28-Sep 28-Sep 28-Sep
Durgashtami 3-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct 4-Oct
Mahanavami 4-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct 5-Oct
Dashera 5-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct
Vijaya Dashami 5-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct 6-Oct
Pasankusa Ekadashi 6-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct 7-Oct
Kojagiri Poornima 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct
Sharad Poornima 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 11-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct 12-Oct
Karwa Chauth 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 15-Oct 16-Oct
Ahoi Asthami 19-Oct 19-Oct 19-Oct 19-Oct 19-Oct 19-Oct 19-Oct 19-Oct 19-Oct 20-Oct 20-Oct 20-Oct 20-Oct 20-Oct 20-Oct
Rama Ekadasi 22-Oct 22-Oct 22-Oct 22-Oct 22-Oct 22-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct
Vasu Baras 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 23-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct
Dhanatrayodashi 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct
Dhanteras 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct 24-Oct
Narak Chaturdashi 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct
Kaali Chaudash 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct
Diwali Lakshami Puja 25-Oct 25-Oct 25-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct
Diwali  26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 26-Oct 27-Oct
Gowardhan Puja 26-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct
Gujarati New Year 26-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct
Bhaiya Duj 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct
Bhai Beej 27-Oct 27-Oct 27-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct 28-Oct
Labh Pancham 30-Oct 30-Oct 30-Oct 30-Oct 30-Oct 30-Oct 30-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct
Skanda Shasthi 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov
Chhath (Bihar) 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 31-Oct 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov 1-Nov
Devauthi Ekadashi 5-Nov 5-Nov 5-Nov 5-Nov 5-Nov 5-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov
Uthana Ekadashi 5-Nov 5-Nov 5-Nov 5-Nov 5-Nov 5-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov
Prabodhini Dwadashi 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov
Tulasi Vivah 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 6-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov 7-Nov
Vaikunth Chaturdashi 8-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov 9-Nov
Kartiki Poornima 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 11-Nov
Tripura Deepam 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 10-Nov 11-Nov
Utpanna Ekadashi 21-Nov 21-Nov 21-Nov 21-Nov 21-Nov 21-Nov 21-Nov 21-Nov 21-Nov 21-Nov 22-Nov 22-Nov 22-Nov 22-Nov 22-Nov
Kukke Subramanyam Shasthi 30-Nov 30-Nov 30-Nov 30-Nov 30-Nov 30-Nov 30-Nov 30-Nov 30-Nov 30-Nov 1-Dec 1-Dec 1-Dec 1-Dec 1-Dec
Gita Jayanthi 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec
Mokshada Ekadashi 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 5-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec 6-Dec
Dattatreya Jayanthi 9-Dec 9-Dec 9-Dec 9-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec
Karthigai Deepam 9-Dec 9-Dec 9-Dec 9-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec 10-Dec
Dhanurmasa Starts 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec 16-Dec
Saphala Ekadasi 20-Dec 20-Dec 20-Dec 20-Dec 20-Dec 20-Dec 20-Dec 21-Dec 21-Dec 21-Dec 21-Dec 21-Dec 21-Dec 21-Dec 21-Dec
Tamil Hanumat Jayanthi 24-Dec 24-Dec 24-Dec 24-Dec 24-Dec 24-Dec 24-Dec 25-Dec 25-Dec 25-Dec 25-Dec 25-Dec 25-Dec 25-Dec 25-Dec


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duramgamam jyotisam jyotir ekam tan me manaH shivasankalpam astu||
||shri shukla yajurveda vajasaneyi samhita (madhyandina sakha) 34.1||

The divine essence that goes far away, from the waking, and likewise from the sleeping, and that one far-traveling Light of lights, on that-the auspicious will of the divine-may my mind dwell.


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kriShNa! kriShNa!! kriShNa!!!

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