India, an Incredible Country with vivid Festivals
Festivals of India: List of Festivals in October 2018
In the monotonous attire, the beam of Festivals of Hindu Culture sets spark on the onset of Ganesh Chaturthi, the festival calendar remains almost the same as all the religions celebrate or observe the auspicious or inauspicious days during the long course of Pre-Autumn days.
||वक्रतुण्ड महाकाय सूर्यकोटि समप्रभ।
निर्विघ्नं कुरु मे देव सर्वकार्येषु सर्वदा॥
This year, 2018, we have the following festivals standing on the verge of the month of October 2018. For those you wish to know in-depth details, please follow the link provided as shared below:
- Mahalaya Amavasya 8th October 2018, know more
- Navaratri begins 10th October 2018, know more
- Navaratri ends / Maha Navami 17th October 2018, know more
- Dusshera 19th October 2018, know more
- Sharad Purnima 23rd October 2018, know more
- Karwa Chauth 27th October 2018, know more
The Karwa Chauth sets a fly bye to the new set of festivals yet to start with a pomp and show from the starting of the month of November 2018.
Festivals of India: List of Festivals in November 2018
The festivals in November are characterized and summarized around the ethical values with which the lords and the kingdoms previously lived and prospered once in the Vedic period. This is also a very heavy marketing period for the North Indians as the majority of the Gold silver and other ornaments are bought and being used in this period only.
The marketers, craftsmen, and traders keep their close eye on the onset of these festivals, these festivals are also a part of livelihood for many traders who prepare for these festivals throughout the year to encash their year-long labor into the next years-long budget.
- Dhan Teras 5th November 2018, Know More
- Diwali 7th November 2018, Know More
- Bhai Dooj 9th November 2018, Know More
- Chhath Puja 13th November 2018, Know More
- Kartik Poornima 23rd November 2018, Know more
Diwali – Festivals of Lights
Post Pomp and show celebrations on these auspicious days north India reach toward the end of the Year. The Year with remarkable festivals of Indian Culture and attire to present and show cast the believes and trends throughout the Vedic Centuries, The World bows a wow to the country for such diversified yet unified festivals and their joyous colors in the Rangoli panes of the beautiful festivals on the offset of the year.