October Festival Date List: From 25 September, the festive season, see here the October festival list

Festival Season 2022 Date List: Sharda is ending on 25th September and with this the festival season will also begin. Along with the beginning of dance from 26 September, many important festivals like Nartan, Dussehra, Dhanteras, Diwali, Govardhan Puja, Bhai Dooj, Chhath Puja, Karva Chauth and Sharad Punya will be celebrated in the month of […]
 


October Festival Date List: From 25 September, the festive season, see here the October festival list

Festival Season 2022 Date List: Sharda is ending on 25th September and with this the festival season will also begin. Along with the beginning of dance from 26 September, many important festivals like Nartan, Dussehra, Dhanteras, Diwali, Govardhan Puja, Bhai Dooj, Chhath Puja, Karva Chauth and Sharad Punya will be celebrated in the month of October. There will be an atmosphere of happiness in the house and family during the festive season. You can find here the list of major festivals celebrated in the month from 26th September…

October 2022 Festival Date List

September 25, Sunday: Mahalaya, Sarva Pitru Maasya, Sharda Closing

September 26, Monday: Narata of Asu begins, Ghat establishment, Maa Shailputri worship, Maharaj Agrasen Jayanti

03 October Monday: Durga Ashtami or Maha Ashtami, Kanya Pujan, Havan

Tuesday October 04: Maha Naomi, Assu’s story ends

05 October Wednesday: Dussehra, Durga idol immersion, Dussehra, Ravana effigy burning, Goddess Aparajita worship

09 October Sunday: Assu Di Punya, Kojagar Punya Vrat, Assu Punya

Thursday 13 October: Karva Chauth

Monday, October 17: Ahoi Ashtami Vrat

October 23, Sunday: Dhanteras, Monthly Shivratri

October 24, Monday: Diwali, Lakshmi Pujan, Narak Chauth

26 October, Wednesday: Govardhan Puja, Bhai Dooj

October 30, Sunday: Chhath Puja

Mahalia will start from September 25

In India this festival lasts for about 30 days every year. It begins with the last day of Mahalaya or Sharda. This time Sarvapitri Mashit is falling on 25th September. Then the next day begins the nine-day Navratri festival, in which crores of devotees observe a fast and are absorbed in the worship of nine different forms of Maa Durga.

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