Hindu Holidays 2023 In India

2023 Hindu Holidays & Festivals As Per Hindu Calendar 2023

Hindu Holidays 2023 In India

Hindu Holidays 2023 In India:– Some festivals are held in remembrance of historical events or people, while others are held to honor various seasons, harvests, or deities. 


The majority of Hindu celebrations include rituals like wearing new clothes, decorating homes, fasting, singing and dancing, and enjoying time with friends and family as well as praying to the almighty and asking for blessings. Let’s look at the Hindu celebrations that are included on the list of Hindu Holidays in India in 2023.

List Of Hindu Holidays 2023 In India


Hindu Holidays 2023 in January

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
2 January, Monday Pausha Putrada Ekadashi
4 January, Wednesday Pradosh Vrat (S)
6 January, Friday Paush Purnima Vrat
10 January, Tuesday Sankashti Chaturthi
15 January, Sunday Pongal, Uttarayan, Makar Sankranti
18 January, Wednesday Shattila Ekadashi
19 January, Thursday Pradosh Vrat (K)
20 January, Friday Masik Shivaratri
21 January, Saturday Magha Amavasya
26 January, Thursday Basant Panchmi, Saraswati Puja

Hindu Holidays 2023 in February

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
1 February, Wednesday Jaya / Bhami Ekadashi
2 February, Thursday Pradosh Vrat (S)
5 February, Sunday Magha Purnima Vrat
9 February, Thursday Sankashti Chaturthi
13 February, Monday Kumbha Sankranti
16 February, Thursday Vijaya Ekadashi
18 January, Saturday Mahashivratri, Pradosh Vrat (K), Masik Shivaratri
20 January, Monday Phalguna Amavasya

Hindu Holidays 2023 in March

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
3 March, Friday Amalaki Ekadashi
4 March, Saturday Pradosh Vrat (S)
7 March, Tuesday Holika Dahan, Phalguna Purnima Vrat
8 March, Wednesday Holi
11 March, Saturday Sankashti Chaturthi
15 March, Wednesday Meena Sankranti
18 March, Saturday Papmochani Ekadashi
19 March, Sunday Pradosh Vrat (K)
20 March, Monday Masik Shivaratri
21 March, Tuesday Chaitra Amavasya
22 March, Wednesday Chaitra Navratri, Ugadi, Ghatasthapana, Gudi Padwa
23 March, Thursday Cheti Chand
30 March, Thursday Ram Navami
31 March, Friday Chaitra Navratri Parana

Hindu Holidays 2023 in April

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
1 April, Saturday Kamada Ekadashi
3 April, Monday Pradosh Vrat (S)
6 April, Thursday Hanuman jayanti, Chaitra Purnima Vrat
9 April, Sunday Sankashti Chaturthi
14 April, Friday Mesha Sankranti
16 April, Sunday Varuthini Ekadashi
17 April, Monday Pradosh Vrat (K)
18 April, Tuesday Masik Shivaratri
20 April, Thursday Vaishakha Amavasya
22 April, Saturday Akshaya Tritiya

Hindu Holidays 2023 in May

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
1 May, Monday Mohini Ekadashi
3 May, Wednesday Pradosh Vrat (S)
5 May, Friday Vaishakha Purnima Vrat
8 May, Monday Sankashti Chaturthi
15 May, Monday Apara Ekadashi, Vrishabha Sankranti
17 May, Wednesday Masik Shivaratri, Pradosh Vrat (K)
19 May, Friday Jyeshtha Amavasya
31 May, Wednesday Nirjala Ekadashi

Hindu Holidays 2023 in June

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
1 June, Thursday Pradosh Vrat (S)
4 June, Sunday Jyeshtha Purnima Vrat
7 June, Wednesday Sankashti Chaturthi
14 June, Wednesday Yogini Ekadashi
15 June, Thursday Pradosh Vrat (K), Mithuna Sankranti
16 June, Friday Masik Shivaratri
18 June, Sunday Ashadha Amavasya
20 June, Tuesday Jagannath Rath Yatra
29 June, Thursday Deva Shayani Ekadashi, Ashadhi Ekadashi

Hindu Holidays 2023 in July

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
1 July, Saturday Pradosh Vrat (S)
3 July, Monday Guru Purnima, Ashadha Purnima Vrat
6 July, Thursday Sankashti Chaturthi
13 July, Thursday Kamika Ekadashi
14 July, Friday Pradosh Vrat (K)
15 July, Saturday Masik Shivaratri
16 July, Sunday Karka Sankranti
17 July, Monday Shravana Amavasya
29 July, Saturday Padmini Ekadashi
30 July, Sunday Pradosh Vrat (S)

Hindu Holidays 2023 in August

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
1 August, Tuesday Pradosh Vrat (S)
4 August, Friday Guru Purnima, Ashadha Purnima Vrat
12 August, Saturday Sankashti Chaturthi
13 August, Sunday Kamika Ekadashi
14 August, Monday Pradosh Vrat (K)
16 August, Wednesday Masik Shivaratri
16 July, Sunday Karka Sankranti
17 July, Monday Shravana Amavasya
29 July, Saturday Padmini Ekadashi
30 July, Sunday Pradosh Vrat (S)

Hindu Holidays 2023 in September

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
2 September, Saturday Kajari Teej
3 September, Sunday Sankashti Chaturthi
7 September, Thursday Janmashtami
10 September, Sunday Aja Ekadashi
12 September, Tuesday Pradosh Vrat (K)
13 September, Wednesday Masik Shivaratri
14 September, Thursday Bhadrapada Amavasya
Kanya Sankranti
18 September, Monday Hartalika Teej
19 September, Tuesday Ganesh Chaturthi
25 September, Monday Parivartini Ekadashi
27 September, Wednesday Pradosh Vrat (S)
28 September, Thursday Anant Chaturdashi
29 September, Friday Bhadrapada Purnima Vrat

Hindu Holidays 2023 in October

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
2 October, Monday Sankashti Chaturthi
10 October, Tuesday Indira Ekadashi
11 October, Wednesday Pradosh Vrat (K)
12 October, Thursday Masik Shivaratri
14 October, Saturday Ashwin Amavasya
15 October, Sunday Sharad Navratri, Ghatasthapana
18 October, Wednesday Tula Sankranti
20 October, Friday Kalparambha
21 October, Saturday Navpatrika Puja
23 October, Monday Durga Maha Navami Puja
24 October, Tuesday Durga Visarjan, Dussehra, Sharad Navratri Parana
25 October, Wednesday Papankusha Ekadashi
26 October, Thursday Pradosh Vrat (S)
28 October, Saturday Ashwin Purnima Vrat

Hindu Holidays 2023 in November

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
1 November, Wednesday Sankashti Chaturthi, Karva Chauth
9 November, Thursday Rama Ekadashi
10 November, Friday Dhanteras, Pradosh Vrat (K)
11 November, Saturday Masik Shivaratri
12 November, Sunday Diwali, Narak Chaturdashi
13 November, Monday Kartik Amavasya
14 November, Tuesday Govardhan Puja
15 November, Wednesday Bhai Dooj
17 November, Friday Vrischika Sankranti
19 November, Sunday Chhath Puja
23 November, Thursday Devutthana Ekadashi
24 November, Friday Pradosh Vrat (S)
27 November, Monday Kartik Purnima Vrat
30 November, Thursday Sankashti Chaturthi

Hindu Holidays 2023 in December

Date and Day Hindu Festival/Holiday
8 December, Friday Utpanna Ekadashi
10 December, Sunday Pradosh Vrat (K)
11 December, Monday Masik Shivaratri
12 December, Tuesday Margashirsha Amavasya
16 December, Saturday Dhanu Sankranti
23 December, Saturday Mokshada Ekadashi
24 December, Sunday Pradosh Vrat (S)
26 December, Tuesday Margashirsha Purnima Vrat
30 December, Saturday Sankashti Chaturthi

2023 Hindu Holidays & Festivals As Per Hindu Calendar 2023

Hindu Holidays 2023 & Festivals As Per Hindu Calendar

Hindu Holidays 2023 In India:- Some of the festivals and holidays on the preceding list will be prominent Hindu festivals and holidays in 2023. These festivals and holidays are celebrated in a variety of ways across the nation.

Makar Sankranti

You may be aware that Makar Sankranti is celebrated in honor of the Sun. This day is celebrated as the day when the Sun moves into Capricorn from an astrological perspective. This day will fall on January 15 in the year 2023. The celebration likewise denotes the finish of winter and the start of the new reap season. The festival of Makar Sankranti is also known as Uttarayan. On this day, farmers all over the country pray for a good harvest and pay homage to the Sun as the Sun begins its journey northward, also known as the Uttarayan journey. The scriptures say that Uttarayan is the positive sign and Dakshinayan is the negative sign. As a result, on this day, people worship the Sun by taking a holy dip in a holy river. It is likewise accepted that the Sun travels in Capricorn or Disease is viewed as exceptionally productive.


On the 14th day of the dark fortnight, also known as Krushnapaksha Chaturdashis, Lord Shiva’s birthday is celebrated as Shivratri. Chaturdashi Tithi belongs to Lord Shiva. Astrology places a high value on this day. Astrology says that the moon is good for the mind, and the moon has a weaker effect on the auspicious day of Maha Shivratri. As a result, the moon in the birth chart is strengthened when people worship Lord Shiva. The worshiper’s mental toughness, willpower, courage, and patience are all bolstered by doing this. Amavas is the day before Maha Shivratri. It represents the Kaliyuga when evil is eradicated from the planet. On this day there is a custom to wash Master Shiva in milk, water, and honey and afterward embellished with blossoms and Bel Patti, alongside different ceremonies for the afternoon.


The propitious day of Holi will be commended on Eighth Walk 2023. The Holika Dahan occurs on March 7, which is the night of the full moon. The Holika Dahan muhurta begins at 6:24 p.m. and runs until 8:51 p.m. Astrologers believe that on the auspicious day of Holi, the Sun and Moon will be on opposite sides of each other. From an astrological perspective, this position is considered to be favorable because the Moon will be in Leo and Virgo, while the Sun will be in Aquarius and Pisces.


As previously mentioned, Onam celebrations will take place on August 29, 2023. You probably won’t know about the way that the festival of Onam happens with the festivals of Thiruvathira and Vishnu. In honor of the great King Mahabali, this festival is held in the various provinces of Kerala. The people who live in this state worship the gods in the hope that Mahabali’s spirit will come to Kerala. In the meantime, Onam celebrations are held to obtain Mahabali’s blessings. This is a festival that occurs every year in the month of Chingam, which falls between August and September and is also known as the first month of the Malayalam calendar. This festival is primarily held in Hinduism but has its roots in Malayali-Hindu myths.

Ganesh Chaturthi

Lord Ganesha, the patron of good fortune, was born on this auspicious festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. On the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, Ruler Ganesha is venerated as you will be honored with shrewdness, success and favorable luck. It is thought that Lord Ganesha was born during the Bhadrapada month’s Shukla Paksha. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on a good day in August or September. After ten days of Anant Chaturdashi, also known as Ganesh Visarjan, the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi comes to an end. After the street procession, devotees of Lord Ganesha immerse the Lord’s idol in water on this day. On this day, it is believed that looking at the moon will cause Mithya Dosha, or a false accusation of theft, to be created.


In addition to commemorating Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana on Vijayadashami, also known as Dussehra, this day is also observed to honor Goddess Durga’s victory over the demon Mahishasura. On this day, the practices of Shami Puja, Aparajita, and Simolanghan are also observed in some parts of India. These rituals should be performed during Aparahna, according to Hindu beliefs.

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