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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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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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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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Amarnath Yatra 2022: Book helicopter online, ticket price, documents required

To make the trip more comfortable for devotees, the Jammu and Kashmir government has started a helicopter service to reach the Amarnath cave from Srinagar.

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The 43-day pilgrimage will conclude on August 11.

Amarnath Yatra 2022 is an annual Hindu pilgrimage that attracts thousands of Lord Shiva devotees from all over the world. After being suspended for two years due to the coronavirus pandemic, the sacred pilgrimage is all set to begin this year on June 30. The 43-day pilgrimage will conclude on August 11.

The online registration to visit the holy shrine of Barfani Baba has already started. It takes several days to reach the holy shrine to get to the temple because it is not easily accessible by road. So, to make the trip more comfortable for devotees, the Jammu and Kashmir government has started a helicopter service to reach the Amarnath cave from Srinagar.

For the first time, devotees can access the helicopter service directly from Srinagar. Here’s how!

Devotees will start the pilgrimage from Srinagar to Panchtarni, which is the last stop point located at an elevation of 3,500 meters, from where a 6 km trek takes pilgrims to the holy Amarnath cave. From there, devotees can either walk to the holy cave or take a horse or palki to reach the holy shrine.

Earlier, the helicopter facility was only available from Baltal and Pahalgam, which is the twin route to reach the Amarnath shrine, and from Pahalgam, pilgrims either walk or take the help of ponies and a palanquin facility.

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How to book helicopter from Srinagar to Amarnath Cave?

Devotees can easily log on to Shri Amarnath Shrine Board’s website www.shriamarnathjishrine.com or visit directly the Booking Portal at heliservices.jksasb.nic.in for the booking of Helicopter tickets for Shri Amarnath Yatra.

  • Visit the official website of the Amarnath Yatra shrine board.
  • Then, enter the detail of your visit on the homepage to check the availability of the helicopter.
  • After that, book the helicopter by adding the required information including mobile number, aadhaar card number, nationality, and email id.

Earlier, helicopter services were operational for only two sectors, but now the pilgrims can avail of the services in four sectors (to & fro) viz. Srinagar to Neelgrath, Srinagar to Pahalgam, Neelgrath to Panchtarni, & Pahalgam to Panchtarni, with a total of 11 Helicopters to remain available for the passengers.

Documents required while booking a helicopter ticket

  • Ticket as printed from portal. (No digital ticket will be accepted)
  • Passenger-wise ID proof as submitted at the time of online booking.
  • SASB prescribed Health certificate in original.
  • Aadhaar card in original of each passenger.

Ticket Price

To and FroOne Way
SrinagarPanjtarnivia Neelgrath
Rs.29,000
Rs.14,500
SrinagarPanjtarnivia Neelgrath
Rs.30,000
Rs.15,000
SrinagarNeelgrathRs.23,400
Rs.11,700
SrinagarPahalgamRs.21,600
Rs.10,800
NeelgrathPanjtarniRs.5,600
Rs.2,800
PahalgamPanjtarniRs.8,400
Rs.4,200

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Shani Jayanti 2022: Offer 5 things to Shani Dev today for goodluck, here’s all you need to know

Every year Shan Jayanti is celebrated on May 30. Shani Jayanit is celebrated for worshipping the Lord of justice and karma, Shani Dev. Here are the measures that will give you relieve from the wrath of Shani

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Shani Jayanti 2022: Offer 5 things to Shani Dev today for goodluck, here's all you need to know

Every year Shan Jayanti is celebrated on May 30. Shani Jayanit is celebrated for worshipping the Lord of justice and karma, Shani Dev.

Shani Jayanti is considered to be the best day to get the blessings of Shani Dev. Worshiping the god of justice Shani on this day gives relief from the inauspicious effects of Shani. Shani is the god who gives fruits according to the deeds, if he has an evil eye, then the king also becomes a beggar. Therefore, on the day of Shani Jayanti, there is a huge crowd in Shani temples. People offer oil, black sesame, urad etc. to Shani Dev. To please Shani, an oil lamp is lit.

Measures that will relieve from the wrath of Shani

According to astrology, if you take some measures on the day of Shani Jayanti, then you can get relief from the wrath of Shani. These measures avert future crises. Along with this, they also get the blessings of Shani.

It gives progress and diseases, obstacles are removed. Happiness and prosperity increases. In such a situation, even if you are not able to worship Shani by law, then definitely offer some things to Shani Dev. This will please him.

Shami leaves

Shami plant is very holy to Shani Dev. Those who are affected by Shani are asked to offer water to the Shani tree or it is advised to serve him by planting a Shami plant in the house. Offer Shami leaves to Shani Dev on the day of Shani Jayanti. Due to this, inauspicious Shani Dev will also start giving auspicious results.

Mustard Oil

The relation of Sani Dev and oil is well known. Oil is mainly used in the worship of Shani Dev. Offer oil to Shani on the day of Shani Jayanti and light a mustard oil lamp. This will remove Shani Dosha.

Black Sesame

Offer black sesame to Shani Dev. With this, Shani will be pleased and fulfill all your wishes.

Kali Urad

Black Urad is also very important to get rid of Shani Dosha. Either offer black urad khichdi to Shani Dev or offer black urad.

Blue flowers

Blue and black colors are very dear to Saturn. Therefore, offer blue flowers to Shani Dev. This will please Shani Dev.

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