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Festivals in July 2022: From Bakra Eid to Sawan Shivratri to Hariyali Teej, here’s the complete list of festivals

Being a land of festivals, Indians observe religious activities or festivals throughout the year. Here’s the complete list of festivals in July 2022.

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Festivals in July 2022
Here’s the complete list of festivals in July 2022.

India has a diverse range of cultures, languages, and festivals which make the country an Incredible India. Being a land of festivals, Indians observe religious activities or festivals throughout the year. The festivals in India are celebrated throughout the year.

From Bakra Eid to Masik Durgashtami to Hariyali Teej, July will witness some of the biggest festivals in India.

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Here’s the complete list of festivals in July 2022

#Name of the FestivalsDate
1National Doctors’ Day01 July 2022 (Friday)
2Rath Yatra01 July 2022 (Friday)
3Van Mahotsava Day (Forest Day)01 July 2022 (Friday) – 07 July 2022 (Thursday)
4Vinayaka Chaturthi03 July 2022 (Sunday)
5Bonalu Festival03 July 2022 (Sunday) – 24 July 2022 (Sunday)
6Sai Teun Ram Jayanti04 July 2022 (Monday)
7Ker Puja06 July 2022 (Wednesday)
8Masik Durgashtami07 July 2022 (Thursday)
9Hemis Festival08 July 2022 (Friday)
10Bakra Eid (Eid al-Adha)09 July 2022 (Saturday) – 10 July 2022 (Sunday)
11Gauri Vrat09 July 2022 (Saturday)
12Devshayani Ekadashi10 July 2022 (Sunday)
13Pradosh Vrat11 July 2022 (Monday)
14World Population Day11 July 2022 (Monday)
15Jaya Parvati Vrat12 July 2022 (Tuesday) – 16 July 2022 (Saturday)
16Champakulam Boat Race12 July 2022 (Tuesday)
17Guru Purnima13 July 2022 (Wednesday)
18Kokila Vrat13 July 2022 (Wednesday)
19Vyasa Puja13 July 2022 (Wednesday)
20Sankashti Chaturthi16 July 2022 (Saturday)
21Sankatahara Chaturthi16 July 2022 (Saturday)
22Palayur Church Festival16 July 2022 (Saturday) – 17 July 2022 (Sunday)
23Karka Sankranti16 July 2022 (Saturday)
24Kala Ashtami, Kalashtami20 July 2022 (Wednesday)
25Kamika Ekadashi24 July 2022 (Sunday)
26Parent’s Day24 July 2022 (Sunday)
27Rohini Vrat24 July 2022 (Sunday)
28Pradosh Vrat25 July 2022 (Monday)
29Masik Shivaratri26 July 2022 (Tuesday)
30Sawan Shivaratri26 July 2022 (Tuesday)
31Hariyali Amavasya28 July 2022 (Thursday)
32Darsha Amavasya28 July 2022 (Thursday)
33Chandra Darshan30 July 2022 (Saturday)
34Hariyali Teej31 July 2022 (Sunday)

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Krishna Janmashtami 2022: Wishes, quotes, greetings to share with your family, friends

This year, the holy festival of Shri Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated on August 19, 2022. Greet each other on Krishna Janmashtami. We have compiled a list of wishes, quotes and messages to share with your family and friends on this holy festival.

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Krishna Janmashtami 2022

This year, the holy festival of Shri Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated on August 19, 2022. In Hinduism, this festival of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great pomp every year. Religious beliefs are that Lord Shri Krishna was born in the Ashtami and Rohini Nakshatra of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month. Since then this day is celebrated as Krishna Janmashtami. On this day Krishna devotees organize worship rituals across the country. Interesting programs like Matki burst are organized in the streets.

Greet each other on Krishna Janmashtami. We have compiled a list of wishes, quotes and messages to share with your family, friends or to your loved ones on Happy Janmashtami 2022.

Janmashtami 2022 Wishes

May Lord Krishna always give you happiness, love, prosperity and peace. Happy Janmashtami to you!

May you be showered with love, peace and prosperity this Janmashtami. Wishing you and your family a very auspicious Janmashtami!

May Lord Krishna rid you of all your worries on this day. Happy Janmashtami!

Let there be love, happiness and laughter in your life with Lord Krishna’s blessings. Wishing you and your family a very happy Janmashtami!

May you celebrate this Janmashtami with lots of joy and happiness. Wishing you and your family a very auspicious Janmashtami!

May Krishna’s tunes fill your life with eternal joy. Happy Janmashtami!

Radhe Krishna, Hare Krishna!

Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare!

Happy Janmashtami to you all.

Happy Janmashtami! May Lord Krishna make your life full of joy and prosperity.

May the blessings of Lord Krishna always be with you and your family. Wishing you and your family a very happy Janmashtami!

May Lord Krishna fill your home with lots of happiness. Happy Janmashtami!

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Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Quotes in Hindi

पलकें झुकें और नमन हो जाए,

मस्तक झुके और वंदन हो जाए;

ऐसी नज़र कंहाँ से लाऊँ,

मेरे कन्हैया कि आप को याद करूँ और

आपके दर्शन हो जाएं। 

जय श्री कृष्णा। श्री कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी की हार्दिक बधाई।

मुरली मनोहर कृष्ण कन्हैया जमुना के तट पर विराजे हैं,

मोर मुकुट पर कानों में कुण्डल कर में मुरलिया साजे है।।

श्री कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी की बधाई

“प्यार क्या होता हैं ये दुनिया को जिसने बताया।

दिलों के रिश्तों को जिसने प्रेम से सजाया।

उस प्यार के देवता का आज जन्मदिन है!”

“श्री कृष्णा गोविन्द हरे मुरारी हे नाथ नारायण वासुदेव…!!”

जानते हो कृष्ण, क्यों तुम पर हमें गुरुर हैं,

क्योंकि तुम्हारे होने से ही हमारी ज़िन्दगी मे नूर हैं।।

श्री कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी की बधाई।।

कृष्ण की है महिमा,

कृष्ण का प्यार, कृष्ण में श्रद्धा औऱ कृष्ण से संपूर्ण संसार,

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Happy Parsi New Year 2022: Navroz Mubarak wishes, quotes, messages to send to your loved ones

Navroz Mubarak 2022: In India Parsi New Year will be celebrated on August 16 this year. You may send your loved ones these best wishes, quotes and messages on this special occasion.

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India is widely considered as a country of festivals since there are so many festivals observed each year. These celebrations highlight a variety of occasions, some of which mark the beginning of a new year while others are related to the rains, the harvest, etc. While the Parsi New Year often falls in August each year, Indians use the Shahenshahi Calendar, which disregards the idea of leap years and places the celebration in August. Similarly, Jamshed-i-Navroz is another name for the Parsi New Year. The Parsi community adheres to the belief that the great King Jamshed has saved the world from impending calamity.

In India, Parsi New Year will be celebrated on August 16 this year. You may send your loved ones these best wishes, quotes and messages on this special occasion.

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Navroz Mubarak Wishes

I am sending Parsi new year wishes for you packed with love and care. Happy Navroz.

May the blessings of the King be on you, and may this year be prosperous for you. Let us celebrate Navroz with lots of enthusiasm and immense joy.

May you have an amazing year ahead. Happy Pateti!

May the king shower his bountiful blessings on you throughout the year. Happy Parsi New Year.

This year, be extra fortunate to celebrate the Navroz. Have a joyful year ahead.

As the new chapter of life is unfolding, I share my best wishes for you.

Parsi New Year Quotes

Just like the birds, let us shun off all the negativity behind. Happy Navroz.

As the New Year is commencing, may God bless you throughout Navroz.

New beginnings are too exciting, and new opportunities are waiting for you.

Happy Pateti Wishes

Sending you the warmest Pateti wishes for the lucky year. Wishing you a happy Pateti.

I pray for your immense happiness and prosperity. May you have a remarkable year ahead. Happy Pateti.

I pray that the new dawn fills your life with happiness. Happy Pateti 2021

May this auspicious year be happy and prosperous for you.

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Karwa Chauth 2022: Know date, sargi time, and puja vidhi

Karwa Chauth is celebrated on the Chaturthi of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. This year Karwa Chauth will be celebrated on October 13, 2022. Check the date, muhurat and sargi time here.

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Karwa Chauth is celebrated on the Chaturthi of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. This year Karwa Chauth will be celebrated on October 13, 2022. On this day, the married women observe fast for the whole day and then after watching the moon at night, they break their fast by offering them Ardhya.

On this day the first revered Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati are worshipped. Unmarried women also fast on Karwa Chauth to get a good husband. This year, the fast of Karwa Chauth will be even more special for a reason.

Karwa Chauth 2022 Muhurat

In this year 2022, there is going to be a very auspicious time for worship, on the fast of Karwa Chauth. This year, the Chaturthi date of the Krishna Paksha of Kartik month will start from 01:59 on Thursday, October 13, till 03:08 in the morning on October 14. Since Chandrodaya Vyapini Muhurat is on October 13, Karva Chauth will be commemorated on this day and fast will be observed.

Karwa Chauth 2022 Sargi Time

The most auspicious time for the worship of Karwa Chauth will be from 05:54 pm to 07:09 pm on October 13, 2022, that is, 1 hour 15 minutes will be available to worship. At the same time, the time of moonrise and the Sargi time is at 08:09 pm at night.

Karwa Chauth Vrat Puja Vidhi

Karva Chauth fast is kept waterless. Only in case of health problems or pregnant women are allowed to take fruits. This fast begins early in the morning by taking bath and eating Sargi. Sargi is a pre-dawn meal that mothers-in-law cook to bless daughters-in-law with a happy and successful marriage. Women get ready with Solah Shringar (sixteen ornaments), decorate their hands with beautiful mehndi and then worship in the evening.

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