Shiv Jayanti,  Ram-Navmi, M. Gandhi, Jayanti Gurunanak Jayanti,  Mahavir Jayanti & Ambedkar Jayanti

Ganesh Festival
Navratri Festival
Gokul Ashtami
Sankasti Chaturthi
Shivaji Jayanti
Gurunanak Jayanti
Ambedkar Jayanti
M. Gandhi Jayanti

Easter Sunday

Independence Day
Maharashtra Day
Republic Day
Parsi New Year
Ratha Saptami
Narali Pournima
Kojagiri Pournima
Vatta Pornima
Shiv Jayanti
This festival is celebrated on the birth day of Shivaji Maharaj. On this day Processions are held. People dress up like Shivaji and his associates to take part in the procession where they put up small skit, which they keep on performing all the way in the procession. Various programs are arranged on this day.


On 'Ram Navmi' Lord Rama had born. Lord Rama's birthday is celebrated with great happiness & is believed to bring peace of mind & happiness to the people.

M. Gandhi Jayanti

On 2nd of October Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi or Mahatma Gandhi had born and this day is called as M.Gandhi Jayanti. He is called the father of the Nation. He led the Indian freedom struggle in its last stages. He had started various movements to achieve freedom and to involved people  in the freedom struggle. He gave his entire life for the freedom struggle.
Gurunanak Jayanti
This festival is celebrated by Sikhs. It is celebrated on the birth day of  "Guru Nanak". It is celebrated on the 30th of November.  All Sikhs go to the Gurudwara on this day to celebrate the Gurunanak Jayanti
 Mahavir Jayanti
Lord Mahavirs birthday is celebrated on this day. It is usually celebrated on the first day of the Bhadrapad. On this day, every Jain makes up his mind to follow his teachings.

Ambedkar Jayanti

14th of April is the day on which Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar had born. He was the man who wrote more than 90%  of the Indian constitution and is called as father of 'Indian Constitution'. He fought for the upliftment of the Dalits. Many people worship him like God. He played a crucial role in the achievement of the Indian Independence. He was one of the highly educated people in India, in those days.  Hence was given the responsibility of writing the constitution.

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