Indian Calendar

date  2019

Indian Calendar 2019

We all need a calendars to plan our year and mark important milestones and the dates they are falling on. From the simplest of tasks such as planning a vacation to celebrating a festival, we need a good calendar. The Indian Calendar provides you with a list of Indian Holidays. Indian Calendar showcases all major and important holiday dates according to the Hindu calendar in the current year. You can check the complete list of major Indian Holidays on mPanchang.com

Monthly Calendar is also available to check holiday dates. This version keeps you updated on the important dates and events lined up in a month. The Indian Calendar includes dates coinciding with Hindu Holidays and those falling under Christian Holidays, Sikh Holidays and Muslim Holidays, also known as Islamic Holidays.

The Indian Calendar also features all Government Holidays falling in a year. Through this calendar, you can stay updated, align your tasks, and jot down the holidays falling in a year.

Also check Hindu calendar

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  • Christian
  • Hindu
  • Muslim
  • Sikh
  • Govt. Holiday

January 2019

  • 01
    Tuesday
    English New Year
  • 12
    Saturday
    Swami Vivekananda Jayanti
  • 13
    Sunday
    Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti, Lohri
  • 14
    Monday
    Makar Sankranti
  • 15
    Tuesday
    Pongal
  • 17
    Thursday
    Tailang Swami Jayanti
  • 23
    Wednesday
    Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti
  • 26
    Saturday
    Republic Day

February 2019

  • 09
    Saturday
    Basant Panchami
  • 19
    Tuesday
    Chhatrapati Shivaji Jayanti, Guru Ravidas Jayanti
  • 28
    Thursday
    Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti

March 2019

  • 04
    Monday
    Maha Shivaratri
  • 08
    Friday
    Ramakrishna Jayanti
  • 20
    Wednesday
    Chhoti Holi , Holika Dahan , Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanti
  • 21
    Thursday
    Holi, Dhulandi, Vernal Equinox , Parsi New Year

April 2019

  • 01
    Monday
    Bank Holiday
  • 06
    Saturday
    Gudi Padwa
  • 07
    Sunday
    Cheti Chand, Jhulelal Jayanti
  • 14
    Sunday
    Baisakhi, Ambedkar Jayanti, Rama Navami
  • 17
    Wednesday
    Mahavir Swami Jayanti
  • 19
    Friday
    Good Friday
  • 21
    Sunday
    Easter
  • 30
    Tuesday
    Vallabhacharya Jayanti

May 2019

  • 07
    Tuesday
    Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti
  • 09
    Thursday
    Shankaracharya Jayanti, Surdas Jayanti
  • 18
    Saturday
    Buddha Purnima
  • 31
    Friday
    Jamat Ul-Vida

June 2019

  • 05
    Wednesday
    Eid al-Fitr
  • 06
    Thursday
    Maharana Pratap Jayanti
  • 17
    Monday
    Sant Kabirdas Jayanti
  • 21
    Friday
    Longest Day of Year

July 2019

  • 04
    Thursday
    Jagannath Rathyatra
  • 16
    Tuesday
    Guru Purnima

August 2019

  • 07
    Wednesday
    Tulsidas Jayanti
  • 12
    Monday
    Eid al-Adha, Bakrid
  • 15
    Thursday
    Independence Day, Rakhi
  • 24
    Saturday
    Krishna Janmashtami

September 2019

  • 01
    Sunday
    Al-Hijra, Islamic New Year
  • 02
    Monday
    Ganesh Chaturthi
  • 10
    Tuesday
    Onam
  • 11
    Wednesday
    Thiruvonam
  • 23
    Monday
    Autumnal Equinox
  • 29
    Sunday
    Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti

October 2019

  • 02
    Wednesday
    Gandhi Jayanti
  • 06
    Sunday
    Durga Ashtami
  • 07
    Monday
    Mahanavami
  • 08
    Tuesday
    Dussehra, Madhvacharya Jayanti
  • 13
    Sunday
    Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti, Meerabai Jayanti
  • 17
    Thursday
    Karwa Chauth
  • 27
    Sunday
    Narak Chaturdashi, Diwali, Lakshmi Puja
  • 28
    Monday
    Govardhan Puja
  • 29
    Tuesday
    Bhaiya Dooj

November 2019

  • 02
    Saturday
    Chhath Puja
  • 10
    Sunday
    Id-e-Milad, Milad un Nabi
  • 12
    Tuesday
    Guru Nanak Jayanti
  • 14
    Thursday
    Nehru Jayanti

December 2019

  • 22
    Sunday
    Shortest Day of Year
  • 25
    Wednesday
    Christmas

Apart from the above, local state holidays depend on existing religious and local demographics. Popular religious festivals include but are not limited to the Sikh festivals namely Guru Nanak Jayanti and Vaisakhi, Hindu festivals of Makar Sankranti, Maha Shivratri, Janmashtami, Deepawali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Durga Puja, Raksha Bandhan, Holi, Dusshera; Islamic festivals like the Eid ul-Fitr, Milad un-Nabi, Eid al-Adha, Muharram Buddhist festivals like Buddha Jayanti and Losar and Christian festivals of Christmas and days of observances such as Good Friday are observed throughout India.

Points to be noted while following the dates given are as under

1. Only 4 holiday are observed nationally i.e.
2. Public holidays as defined are observed on a regional basis.
3. Muslim festivals are timed according to local sightings of various phases of the moon and thus the dates change as per the lunar movement.
4.Government holidays are as per the Circular issued by the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.

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