Hindu calendar


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The most important festival of the Hindu calendar was celebrated over the two days - traditionally a time when charity, goodwill, family values and the love of God are celebrated and reinforced.
The whole India, today, is soaked in colour, as it is one of the most spirited and beloved festivals of the Hindu calendar.
Dhanteras, the auspicious day in the Hindu calendar to buy gold or something for the house, fell on Friday.
The tragedy cast a long shadow over celebrations marking the end of one of the holiest festivals in the Hindu calendar.
We have lived millions of years; and, according to the Hindu calendar, we shall continue doing so for as many years, maybe even forever without an end.
Diwali, popularly known as the festival of lights, is one of the most important festivals of the year in the Hindu calendar.
The pilgrimage began June 25 and will conclude Aug 2, the full moon day of the Shravan month of the Hindu calendar.
India, April 29 -- Akshaya Tritiya is one of the most auspicious days of the Hindu calendar.
Diwali, the Indian Festival of Light, is the biggest event on the Hindu calendar and it's also my favourite time of the year
It is the most important event in the Hindu calendar.
Scores more were injured in the disaster, which came at the start of Navaratri, a nine-day Hindu festival which is one of the most important in the Hindu calendar and when crowds are particularly large.
The lunar Hindu calendar determines the celebration of Diwali, so it may be observed in October or November.
The procession starts from Dehu, near Pune, in the Hindu calendar month of Jyeshth (roughly, June) and lasts a total of 22 days.