Hindu Festival Calendar

India is a spiritual land of saints and sages where every single day is dedicated to the worship of Gods and Goddesses. Hinduism, one of the prominent religions of India, is full of important Tithis (dates) and festivals associated with various Hindu deities. The devotees observe fast on all such occasions and experience Divine’s Grace in abundance. To remain updated about rich Hindu culture, check online, Hindu Festival Calendar 2018.

January 2018
14th January 2018 Makar Sankranti
February 2018
13th February 2018 Mahashivratri
March 2018
1st March Holika Dahan
2nd March Holi
9th March Sheetala Ashtami
18th March Gudi Padwa
18th March Chaitra Navratri
19th March Cheti Chand
20th March Gangaur
25th March Ram Navami
26th March Chaitra Navratri Parana
31st March Hanuman Jayanti
April 2018
14th April Solar New Year
14th April Baisakhi
14th April Ambedkar Jayanti
18th April Akshaya Tritiya
30th April Buddha Purnima
July 2018
13th July Surya Grahan
23rd July Devshayani Ekadashi
27th July Guru Purnima
27th July Chandra Grahan
August 2018
11th August Surya Grahan
13th August Hariyali Teej
15th August Nag Panchmi
25th August Onam
26th August Rakshabandhan
29th August Kajari Teej
September 2018
3rd September Janmashtami
12th September Hariyali Teej
12th September Hartalika Teej
13th September Ganesh Chaturthi
23rd September Anant Chaturdashi, Ganesh Visarjan
25th September Pitrapaksha begins
October 2018
10th October Navratri begins
10th October Sharad Navratri
15th October Saraswati Puja
17th October Durga Puja Ashtami , Durga Maha Navami Puja
18th October Sharad Navratri Parana
19th October Dussehra
27th October Karwa Chauth
November 2018
5th November Dhanteras
6th November Chhoti Diwali
7th November Diwali
8th November Goverdhan Puja
9th November Bhai Dooj
13th November Bhai Dooj
19th November Devutthani Ekadashi
20th November Tulsi Vivah
23rd November Kartik Purnima