Festivals in November month

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Festivals in November month

If you are contemplating that festivals are going to end with Diwali in October, you are a bit wrong. In India, every day is celebrated. Though it sounds a bit bizarre, but true as well. This incredible country is blessed with unsurpassed culture making it unique and different from others. Festivals in November month

Festivals in November month

Festivals in November month
Festivals in November month

Important Dates And Festival In November 2017

Let’s come to the point and yes November is also coming up with a comprehensive range of festival to make you happy and peaceful. Take a look the important dates and festival in November 2017.

  • 1st November, Wednesday -Tulasi Vivah, Pradosh Vrat
  • 2nd November, Thursday- Vaikuntha Chaturdashi
  • 3rd November, Friday -Dev Diwali
  • 4th November, Saturday -Kartik Purnima, Purnima Upavas, Guru Nanak Jayanti
  • 5th November, Sunday – Masik Karthigai
  • 6th November, Monday – Rohini Vrat
  • 7th November, Tuesday – Sankashti Chaturthi
  • 10th November, Friday – Kalabhairav Jayanti
  • 14th November, Tuesday – Utpanna Ekadashi, Nehru Jayanti
  • 15th November, Wednesday – Pradosh Vrat
  • 16th November, Thursday – Masik Shivaratri, Vrischika Sankranti, Mandalakala Begins
  • 18th November, Saturday – Margashirsha Amavasya
  • 19th November, Sunday – Chandra Darshan
  • 22nd November, Wednesday – Vinayaka Chaturthi
  • 23rd November, Thursday – Vivah Panchami
  • 24th November, Friday – Subrahmanya Sashti, Champa Shashthi
  • 27th November, Monday – Masik Durgashtami
  • 30th November, Thursday – Mokshada Ekadashi, Gita Jayanti, Guruvayur Ekadashi

Festivals That You Must Not Miss 

The above mentioned festivals are quite spiritual and special to the people having true inclination towards their religion. But would not you love to know about some incredible festivals? They are also being mentioned below so you must not miss if wish to make your November memorable. Festivals in November month

  • Pushkar Balloon Festival – This is celebrated on an international level as it is also associated to the three-day International Hot Air Ballooning Festival. You must not miss it making plan to visit it. Yes, it is quite special since it is quite similar to the Taj Balloon Festival in Agra. Festivals in November month
  • International Yoga and Music Festival – Rishikesh, Uttarakhand must be your next destination as International Yoga and Music Festival will be organized in between November 1-7, 2017. It is celebrated every year and it is quite popular since folk can have Free classes and lectures in respect of yoga asanas, shatkarma, Ayurveda, philosophy, and Indian classical music. Indian classical music concert is another thing adding a spark to the beauty of this festival. Festivals in November month
  • Rann Utsav – There is another one desert festival unveiling the incredible shade of Kutch region’s culture and heritage. You must not miss it if you really love food stalls, folk dances and music, adventure sports and handicrafts. It will be celebrated in between November 1 to February 20, 2018.
  • Guru Nanak Jayanti – This occasion is a remembrance of Guru Nanak’s birthday. He is the organizer of the Sikh religion and Sikh Community holds great faith to him. This is not an ordinary but quite special festival and widely celebrated all through Punjab however particularly so at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, the principle place of worship of the Sikhs. The day of the celebration is kicked of seeing the sacred boo. Apart from it, the great parade is carried off on this day having music and drummers. The wonderfully lit up sanctuary is a mind blowing incredible sight right now. It will be celebrated on November 4, 2017 in Amritsar, Punjab.
  • Wangala Festivals – Additionally known as the 100 Drum Wangala Festival, this is the greatest harvest collection. This lovely festival is celebrated in Meghalaya’s Garo tribe in northeast India showing another shade of this lovely culture. If you are heading to this place, do not forget to visit this place. This is celebrated on a large scale in the respect of Sun God of ripeness, the celebration denotes the finish of the sowing season and farming year. It’s celebrated on a large scale singing the songs showing happiness, pounding of drums, blowing horns, and customary moving. On this auspicious day, people wear the clean and new clothes. Celebration features incorporate a conventional move rivalry among Wangala troupes from the Garo Hills, moderate cooking rivalry, indigenous games and incredible handloom and crafted works display and so on. It is going to start from November 10, 2017 and if you have been there, do not forget to part of this lovely festival.
  • Children DayNovember 14 is celebrated as the Children Day all around the country. Kids’ day and Bal Divas, they both there are two names. It is celebrated every year in India on fourteenth of November. It has also been expand the attention to individuals towards the rights, care and training of youngsters. The message is being spread all around the world that it is only youngsters who are the key of accomplishment and improvement of the nation. They hold the required power and magic in order to lead their nation in various and new mechanical way. They are cute and sparkle same like the valuable pearls. Youngsters are the God blessings to their folks by the all-powerful. They are blameless, splendid, unadulterated and adored by everybody.
  • Milad un-Nabi 30 November – We are here with the next one in the list. Milad-un-Nabi is also known as Barawafat or Mawlid and celebrated on a large scaled as it is birthday of Prophet Muhammad. As per Islamic date-book the birthday of the Islamic prophet Muhammad happens in the third month, Rabi’ al-awwal. The festival of Milad-un-Nabi root is said to be have been since eleventh century in the Fatimid tradition. This is auspicious day for its followers. Festivals in November month

So, what are you waiting for? After October, November is all set to make you get dipped in the shade of happiness. Are you ready to celebrate them? What you are going to do on these special days? Share with us and let’s double the happiness.

Jiyo Pal Pal Team wishes you for all these upcoming festivals in advance… 

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