2022 Hindu Calendar Hindu Tyohar Calendar

2022 Indian Calendar for Indian Festivals and Indian Holidays

2022 Hindu Festivals Calendar, Hindu Tyohar Calendar for New Delhi

 

This is a month wise list of most Hindu festivals in the year 2022. Most of the Hindu festivals are determined based on position of the Sun and the Moon. Please visit Hindu Festivals as per Lunar month to know in which Lunar month festivals are celebrated. Hindu Festivals depend on location and might differ between two cities and difference is quite noticeable for cities in different time zone. Hence one should set the location before looking into the festival list.

Hindu festivals calendar is also known as Hindu Vrat and Tyohar calendar. The fasting is known as Vrat or Upavas and festival is known as Tyohar or Parva in the local language. Most Hindu festivals calendar include significant fasting days along with festivals. Many Hindu festivals are celebrated while keeping a day-long fast on the festival day. Hence in Hinduism Tyohar(s) is time for celebrations, deity worship and austerity.

January 2022 Festivals
1 Saturday Masik Shivaratri
2 Sunday Margashirsha Amavasya
13 Thursday Pausha Putrada Ekadashi
14 Friday Pongal , Uttarayan , Makar Sankranti
15 Saturday Pradosh Vrat (S)
17 Monday Paush Purnima Vrat
21 Friday Sankashti Chaturthi
28 Friday Shattila Ekadashi
30 Sunday Masik Shivaratri
February 2022 Festivals
1 Tuesday Paush Amavasya
5 Saturday Basant Panchmi , Saraswati Puja
12 Saturday Jaya / Bhami Ekadashi
13 Sunday Pradosh Vrat (S) , Kumbha Sankranti
16 Wednesday Magha Purnima Vrat
20 Sunday Sankashti Chaturthi
27 Sunday Vijaya Ekadashi
28 Monday Pradosh Vrat (K)
March 2022 Festivals
1 Tuesday Mahashivratri , Masik Shivaratri
2 Wednesday Magha Amavasya
14 Monday Amalaki Ekadashi
15 Tuesday Pradosh Vrat (S) , Meena Sankranti
17 Thursday Holika Dahan
18 Friday Holi , Phalguna Purnima Vrat
21 Monday Sankashti Chaturthi
28 Monday Papmochani Ekadashi
29 Tuesday Pradosh Vrat (K)
30 Wednesday Masik Shivaratri
April 2022 Festivals
1 Friday Phalguna Amavasya
2 Saturday Chaitra Navratri , Ugadi , Ghatasthapana , Gudi Padwa
3 Sunday Cheti Chand
10 Sunday Ram Namami
11 Monday Chaitra Navratri Parana
12 Tuesday Kamada Ekadashi
14 Thursday Pradosh Vrat (S) , Mesha Sankranti
16 Saturday Hanuman jayanti , Chaitra Purnima Vrat
19 Tuesday Sankashti Chaturthi
26 Tuesday Varuthini Ekadashi
28 Thursday Pradosh Vrat (K)
29 Friday Masik Shivaratri
30 Saturday Chaitra Amavasya
May 2022 Festivals
3 Tuesday Akshaya Tritiya
12 Thursday Mohini Ekadashi
13 Friday Pradosh Vrat (S)
15 Sunday Vrishabha Sankranti
16 Monday Vaishakha Purnima Vrat
19 Thursday Sankashti Chaturthi
26 Thursday Apara Ekadashi
27 Friday Pradosh Vrat (K)
28 Saturday Masik Shivaratri
30 Monday Vaishakha Amavasya
June 2022 Festivals
11 Saturday Nirjala Ekadashi
12 Sunday Pradosh Vrat (S)
14 Tuesday Jyeshtha Purnima Vrat
15 Wednesday Mithuna Sankranti
17 Friday Sankashti Chaturthi
24 Friday Yogini Ekadashi
26 Sunday Pradosh Vrat (K)
27 Monday Masik Shivaratri
29 Wednesday Jyeshtha Amavasya
July 2022 Festivals
1 Friday Jagannath Rath Yatra
10 Sunday Deva Shayani Ekadashi , Ashadhi Ekadashi
11 Monday Pradosh Vrat (S)
13 Wednesday Guru Purnima , Ashadha Purnima Vrat
16 Saturday Sankashti Chaturthi , Karka Sankranti
24 Sunday Kamika Ekadashi
25 Monday Pradosh Vrat (K)
26 Tuesday Masik Shivaratri
28 Thursday Ashadha Amavasya
31 Sunday Hariyali Teej
August 2022 Festivals
2 Tuesday Nag Panchami
8 Monday Shravana Putrada Ekadashi
9 Tuesday Pradosh Vrat (S)
11 Thursday Raksha Bandhan
12 Friday Shravana Purnima Vrat
14 Sunday Kajari Teej
15 Monday Sankashti Chaturthi
17 Wednesday Simha Sankranti
19 Friday Janmashtami
23 Tuesday Aja Ekadashi
24 Wednesday Pradosh Vrat (K)
25 Thursday Masik Shivaratri
27 Saturday Shravana Amavasya
30 Tuesday Hartalika Teej
31 Wednesday Ganesh Chaturthi
September 2022 Festivals
6 Tuesday Parsva Ekadashi
8 Thursday Pradosh Vrat (S) , Onam/Thiruvonam
9 Friday Anant Chaturdashi
10 Saturday Bhadrapada Purnima Vrat
13 Tuesday Sankashti Chaturthi
17 Saturday Kanya Sankranti
21 Wednesday Indira Ekadashi
23 Friday Pradosh Vrat (K)
24 Saturday Masik Shivaratri
25 Sunday Bhadrapada Amavasya
26 Monday Sharad Navratri , Ghatasthapana
October 2022 Festivals
1 Saturday Kalparambha
2 Sunday Navpatrika Puja
3 Monday Durga Puja Ashtami
4 Tuesday Durga Maha Navami Puja , Sharad Navratri Parana
5 Wednesday Durga Visarjan , Dussehra
6 Thursday Papankusha Ekadashi
7 Friday Pradosh Vrat (S)
9 Sunday Ashwin Purnima Vrat
13 Thursday Sankashti Chaturthi , Karva Chauth
17 Monday Tula Sankranti
21 Friday Rama Ekadashi
22 Saturday Pradosh Vrat (K)
23 Sunday Masik Shivaratri , Dhanteras
24 Monday Diwali , Narak Chaturdashi
25 Tuesday Ashwin Amavasya
26 Wednesday Bhai Dooj , Govardhan Puja
30 Sunday Chhath Puja
November 2022 Festivals
4 Friday Devutthana Ekadashi
5 Saturday Pradosh Vrat (S)
8 Tuesday Kartik Purnima Vrat
12 Saturday Sankashti Chaturthi
16 Wednesday Vrischika Sankranti
20 Sunday Utpanna Ekadashi
21 Monday Pradosh Vrat (K)
22 Tuesday Masik Shivaratri
23 Wednesday Kartik Amavasya
December 2022 Festivals
3 Saturday Mokshada Ekadashi
5 Monday Pradosh Vrat (S)
8 Thursday Margashirsha Purnima Vrat
11 Sunday Sankashti Chaturthi
16 Friday Dhanu Sankranti
19 Monday Saphala Ekadashi
21 Wednesday Pradosh Vrat (K) , Masik Shivaratri
23 Friday Margashirsha Amavasya

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Lists of all Significant Hindu Festivals

Hindu festivals are dependent on the location and it varies even between the two adjacent cities. If we go by the local language, Fast is referred as Vrat and Festival is called by Tyohar. The majority of the hindu festivals are determined on the basis of planetary positions of the sun and the moon. Hence, according to the Hindu religion, festival or tyohar exemplifies the time of worshiping deities, celebrations and seeking the blessings of god.

India is regarded as a land of fasts and festivals since the time immemorial. Our nation is well known for a lot of things right from yoga to the diverse travel destinations, but there exists one thing that our nation is best at; it?s the celebration of festivals. India is a country with myriad cultural and religious backgrounds, and as a nation, it showcases the celebration of festivals of various types, colour and religion. This diverse culture makes the festivities and commemorations a pretty unique one to see and experience. It is the Indian culture that people are celebrating festivals and observing fasts right from the origin of human civilization.

India being a secular country encompasses more than 4 religions and every single month comprises of one or more festivals to celebrate and enjoy. Even the traditions, rituals and celebrations for a festival varies with the change in place and region. Every single festival has its own legend and significance, and all the customs rests upon the reason behind the celebration of the festival. Though the process of the celebration of festival differs but the enthusiasm and the liveliness inside the people is the same when it comes to celebrations.

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