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Festivals and important days in June 2022: From Guru Arjan Dev Punyatithi to Vinayaka Chaturthi to Father’s Day, check complete list here

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



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Being a land of festivals, Indians observe religious activity or festivals throughout the year.

India is home to a diverse range of religions, including Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists, among others, and that is why the country celebrates several festivals on one day or the other. Being a land of festivals, Indians observe religious activities or festivals throughout the year.

The majority of India’s festivals celebrate events from Indian folklore and frequently connect with seasonal changes. All the celebrations have a long history and are rooted in distinct cultural and linguistic norms across the country.

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The following are some of the significant festivals and important days that will occur in June 2022.

S.No.Name of the FestivalsDate
1Guru Arjan Dev Punyatithi02 June 2022 (Thursday)
2Maharana Pratap Singh Jayanti02 June 2022 (Thursday)
3Vinayaka Chaturthi03 June 2022 (Friday)
4Jamai Sasthi (Son-in-law day)05 June 2022 (Sunday)
5World Environment Day05 June 2022 (Sunday)
6Dhumavati Jayanti08 June 2022 (Wednesday)
7Vrishabh Utsava08 June 2022 (Wednesday)
8Masik Durgashtami08 June 2022 (Wednesday)
9Mahesh Navami09 June 2022 (Thursday)
10Ganga Dussehra09 June 2022 (Thursday)
11Nirjala Ekadashi10 June 2022 (Friday) – 11 June 2022 (Saturday)
12Ramalakshmana Dwadashi11 June 2022 (Saturday)
13Gayatri Jayanti11 June 2022 (Saturday)
14Pradosh Vrat12 June 2022 (Sunday)
15Vaikasi Visakam12 June 2022 (Sunday)
16Vat Purnima Vrat (Fasting)14 June 2022 (Tuesday)
17Sant Kabir Jayanti14 June 2022 (Tuesday)
18Jyestha Purnima14 June 2022 (Tuesday)
19World Blood Donor Day14 June 2022 (Tuesday)
20Raja Festival (Mithuna Sankranti)15 June 2022 (Wednesday)
21Guru Arjan Dev Martyrdom16 June 2022 (Thursday)
22Sankatahara Chaturthi17 June 2022 (Friday)
23Sankashti Chaturthi17 June 2022 (Friday)
24Goa Memorable Day18 June 2022 (Saturday)
25Father’s Day19 June 2022 (Sunday)
26Kala Ashtami, Kalashtami20 June 2022 (Monday)
27Longest Day of the Year21 June 2022 (Tuesday)
28Kharchi Puja22 June 2022 (Wednesday)
29Sao Joao Feast of St John the Baptist24 June 2022 (Friday)
30Yogini Ekadashi24 June 2022 (Friday)
31Pradosh Vrat26 June 2022 (Sunday)
32International Anti Drug Day26 June 2022 (Sunday)
33Rohini Vrat27 June 2022 (Monday)
34Masik Shivaratri27 June 2022 (Monday)
35Darsha Amavasya28 June 2022 (Tuesday)
36Ashadha Amavasya29 June 2022 (Wednesday)
37Chandra Darshan30 June 2022 (Thursday)

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Happy Navratri 2023: Wishes, messages, greetings, WhatsApp images to share on Chaitra Navratri

This year, Chaitra Navratri will be observed on March 22 and will end on March 30.



Navratri 2023

Navratri is one of the auspicious festivals of Hindus. It is an annual Hindu festival observed in honour of the goddess Ambika and Durga. The nine-day-long festival falls twice a year, one in the month of Chaitra and the other one in the month of Sharad.

This year, Chaitra Navratri will be observed on March 22 and will end on March 30. Navratri begins with worshipping Maa Shailputri and ends with the worship of Maa Siddhidatri.

On the occasion of Chaitra Navaratri, here are wishes, messages, greetings and WhatsApp images to share with your loved ones.

Chaitra Navaratri 2023: Wishes

  • Let Goddess Durga bring happiness, health, prosperity, and harmony into your life. Chaitra Navratri greetings!
  • May the auspicious occasion of Chaitra Navratri help you to overcome all the obstacles and negative energies in your life. Wishing you all a happy Chaitra Navratri.
  • Let us thank all the Goddesses for their love and blessings on the occasion of Navratri. To all, best wishes on this auspicious occasion.
  • May this festival lead us from ignorance to wisdom and from darkness to light.
  • May the goddess Durga usher happiness, peace, and positivism throughout the year. Have a wonderful Navratri.

Chaitra Navaratri 2023: Messages

  • Durga aur Laxmi, Sarasvati aur Katyayni, sab barsaye aapke Jeevan mein khushiyan hazar. Mubarak ho aapko aur aapke parivar ko Chaitra Navratri ka tyohar.
  • The nine forms of Goddess Durga bring nine different strengths to the world. May you be blessed with all. Happy Chaitra Navratri to you.
  • On the occasion of Navratri, let us thank all the Goddesses for their love and blessings. Warm greetings on this auspicious occasion to all.
  • Good fortune, good health, happy life, all these are my wishes for you this Navratri! Happy Navratri to you and your family.
  • May the celebrations of Navratri infuse your life with unmatched energy and happiness. Warm greetings on the occasion of Navratri to you.

Chaitra Navaratri 2023: Greetings

  • May Goddess Durga bless you with the power to tackle the evils and bring prosperity into your life, Happy Chaitra Navratri., Jai Mata Di.
  • Warm greetings on this auspicious occasion of Chaitra Navratri. May Maa Durga protect you from negativity and bring positivity into your life.
  • Wishing you a Happy Chaitra Navratri. May the goddesses give you the power, wisdom and courage to take on any challenges in life.
  • Happy Chaitra Navratri. I wish Maa Durga empowers you with immense strength to take on all the challenges in life.
  • Time has come to welcome the nine Shaktis into our lives and seek their blessings for a happy and prosperous life. Wishing you and your family a Happy Navratri.

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When is Ramadan 2023 in India? Check city-wise Sehri, Iftar time

The beginning of the month of Ramadan depends on moon sightings.



Ramadan 2023

Ramadan, also known as Ramazan, is one of the most auspicious festivals for Muslims across the world. It is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar which holds special importance for Muslims.

Muslims observe a strict fast called Roza from sunrise to sunset each day during Ramadan.

When will Ramadan 2023 start in India?

The beginning of the month of Ramadan depends on moon sightings.

The exact date of this holy month varies from country to country but it is expected that Ramadan 2023 will start on March 22 or March 23 and end on April 21 or April 22. Middle Eastern countries celebrate both Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr, one day earlier than most countries in the world.

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Ramadan 2023: Sehri and Iftar timings city-wise

Mumbai05:29 am06:50 pm
Delhi05:06 am06:35 pm
Chennai05:02 am06:20 pm
Hyderabad05:08 am06:30 pm
Bangalore05:13 am06:35 pm
Ahmedabad05:29 am06:52 pm
Kolkata04:26 am05:48 pm
Pune05:26 am06:49 pm
Jaipur05:13 am06:41 pm
Lucknow04:52 am06:19 pm
Kanpur04:55 am06:22 pm
Indore05:16 am06:41 pm
Patna04:37 am06:02 pm
Ludhiana05:09 am06:41 pm
Chandigarh05:06 am06:37 pm
New Delhi05:06 am06:35 pm
Amritsar04:33 am05:58 pm
Jodhpur05:25 am06:52 pm
Gurgaon05:07 am06:36 pm
Noida05:05 am06:34 pm
Kolhapur05:25 am06:47 pm
Ajmer05:18 am06:46 pm
Jammu05:12 am06:45 pm
Patiala05:08 am06:38 pm

Ramadan 2023 in other countries

  • In Dubai and Abu Dhabi, Ramadan will begin on March 23.
  • In Indonesia, it will begin on March 22
  • In Kuwait, Lebanon, Maldives, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and Turkey, it will also begin on March 23.

Each country will celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr on April 21 or April 22, depending on the moon sighting.

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Bihar Police ban vulgar Bhojpuri songs on Mahashivratri and Holi, promise strict punishment

Special vigilance will be taken on festivals like Mahashivratri and Holi and songs that are casteist and hurt women’s sentiments.



Bhojpuri song

Bihar Police on Friday banned vulgar and obscene Bhojpuri songs for Mahashivratri and Holi. Instructions have been issued by the Bihar Police Headquarters to the DMs, SSPs, and SPs of all the districts on the same and stringent action will be taken against those who will upload obscene and provocative Bhojpuri songs on social media, reports said.

Reports further said special vigilance will be taken on festivals like Mahashivratri and Holi and songs that are casteist and hurt women’s sentiments.

The instructions said many casteists and vulgar Bhojpuri songs are surfacing on social media that are an insult to scheduled caste and women. And such singers are glorifying one caste and demean the other creating a possibility of deteriorating social harmony and the environment.

Following this, the Bihar Police Headquarters released the instruction on February 11 in the Bhojpur and Siwan districts and warned of strict punishment for the same.

The decision was taken in view of upcoming festivals like Mahashivratri and Holi and legal action will be taken against those who fail to follow the instructions, reports said.

Recently, violence erupted between two castes in Bihar’s districts of Arrah and Siwan after casteist Bhojpuri songs were played at an event. Reports said Bihar police failed to control the violence which is still prevailing in both districts.

The Bhojpuri music industry produced multiple songs every year and is often slammed for its vulgar lyrics and obscene videos.

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