Kal kya hai? A Guide to Upcoming Indian Festivals in 2024

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Kal kya hai, As we embark on a journey through the vibrant cultural landscape of India, we are greeted by an array of festivals that punctuate the calendar with colors, traditions, and joyous celebrations. From the fervent devotion of religious observances to the exuberance of cultural festivals, each event holds a special place in the hearts of millions across the nation. Join us as we take a closer look at the exciting lineup of festivals set to grace our calendars in the first quarter of 2024.

Kal kya hai, January Delights:

The year kicks off with a bang as we usher in the New Year on January 1st, followed by the auspicious occasion of Kalashtami on January 4th. As the month progresses, we celebrate Safala Ekadashi on January 7th and witness the spiritual fervor of Mas Shivaratri and Bhaum Pradosh Vrat on January 9th. From the joyous festivities of Lohri on January 14th to the sacred rituals of Ganga Sagar Snan and Makar Sankranti on January 15th, January is packed with opportunities to revel in the rich tapestry of Indian culture.

Kal kya hai, Fabulous February:

As we transition into February, the festive spirit continues to soar. On February 2nd, we observe Kalashtami once again, followed by World Cancer Day on February 4th. The month unfolds with the observance of Shattila Ekadashi on February 6th and the spiritual significance of Masik Shivaratri on February 8th. Amidst celebrations such as Valentine’s Day and Basant Panchami, February offers a diverse array of festivals that cater to every taste and tradition.

Kal kya hai, Marching into March:

March arrives with a plethora of festivals to captivate our senses. From the joyous Yashoda Jayanti on March 1st to the solemn observance of Mahashivaratri on March 8th, the month is filled with opportunities for spiritual reflection and cultural revelry. As we commemorate occasions like Ramakrishna Jayanti and Holi, March heralds the arrival of spring and the promise of new beginnings.

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A Celebration of Diversity:

As we look ahead to the coming months, let us embrace the rich tapestry of Indian festivals that unite us in celebration and reverence. Whether it’s the colorful traditions of Makar Sankranti or the spiritual significance of Mahashivaratri, each festival offers a unique opportunity to connect with our roots and rejoice in the diversity of our cultural heritage.

Kal kya hai, Upcoming Indian Festivals in 2024:

January 1New Year
January 4Kalashtami
January 7Safala Ekadashi
January 9Mas Shivaratri, Bhaum Pradosh Vrat
January 11Paush Amavasya
January 12National Youth Day, Swami Vivekananda Jayanti, Chandradarshan
January 14Lohri, Varad Chaturthi
January 15Ganga Sagar Snan, Monday Vrat, Makar Sankranti, Pongal
January 16Skanda Shashthi
January 17Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti
January 18Durgashtami Vrat
January 21Paush Putrada Ekadashi, Rohini Vrat
January 22Kurma Dwadashi Vrat, Som Pradosh Vrat
January 23Pradosh Vrat
January 25Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti, Satyanarayan Vrat, Magh Snan Begins, Purnima Vrat, Paush Purnima, Satya Vrat
January 26Republic Day
January 29Sakat Chauth, Sankashti Chaturthi
January 30Martyrs’ Day
February 2Kalashtami
February 4World Cancer Day
February 6Shattila Ekadashi
February 7Pradosh Vrat
February 8Masik Shivaratri
February 9Amavasya, Mauni Amavasya
February 10Magha Gupta Navaratri Begins
February 11Chandradarshan
February 12Monday Vrat, Ganesh Jayanti, Varad Chaturthi, Kumbha Sankranti
February 14Valentine’s Day, Basant Panchami
February 15Skanda Shashthi, Single Awareness Day, World Hippo Day
February 16Bhishma Ashtami, Rath Saptami
February 17Durgashtami Vrat, Mahananda Navami
February 18Rohini Vrat
February 19Chhatrapati Shivaji Jayanti
February 20Jaya Ekadashi
February 21Pradosh Vrat
February 22National Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day
February 24Ravidas Jayanti, Magh Snan Ends, Purnima Vrat, Magha Purnima, Satya Vrat
February 26Celebrating National Pistachio Day
February 27National Strawberry Day
February 28Sankashti Chaturthi, National Science Day, National Tooth Fairy Day, National Public Sleeping Day
March 1Yashoda Jayanti, National Employee Appreciation Day
March 2 American Citizenship Day
March 3Kalashtami, Bhannu Saptami, Shabri Jayanti, Masik Ashtami Vrat, Janaki Jayanti,  World Wildlife Day
March 4Shri Ramdas Navami, National Sons Day
March 5National Potty Dance Day
March 6Vijaya Ekadashi, JANHVI KAPOOR BIRTHDAY, No Homework Day, National Dentist Day 
March 8Mahashivaratri, International Women’s Day, Pradosh Vrat
March 9World Kidney Day, National Barbie Day
March 10Phalguna Amavasya, National Freelancers Day
March 11Ramadan Begins, Monday Vrat, Chandradarshan
March 12Ramakrishna Jayanti, Phulera Dooj
March 13Vinayak Chaturthi
March 14Meen Sankranti
March 15International Consumer Rights Day, Skanda Shashthi
March 16Rohini Vrat
March 17Durgashtami Vrat, Holashtak
March 20Amalaki Ekadashi
March 21Narsimha Dwadashi, Govind Dwadashi
March 22Pradosh Vrat
March 23Shaheed Diwas
March 24Purnima Vrat
March 24Choti Holi, Holika Dahan
March 24Khajur Ravivar (Palm Sunday)
March 24Holashtak Ends
March 25Holi Date in India
March 27Bhai Dooj
March 28Sankashti Chaturthi
March 29Good Friday
March 30Rang Panchami
March 31Easter
Kal kya hai

Stay Tuned for More:

Join us as we embark on this exhilarating journey through the heart of Indian culture. Stay tuned to Khabaribaba.in for more updates, insights, and features on upcoming festivals and events. Together, let us celebrate the spirit of unity, joy, and togetherness that defines the essence of Indian festivals.

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