India, which is prominently known for its rich blend of cultures, traditions, and religions, has an equal degree of richness in its celebrations, festivals, holidays, and their respective significances. For the fact, there is no single month in an Indian calendar which goes off without any religiously significant or historically significant holiday or festival. These festivals hold a lot of attraction not among foreign visitors, but domestic tourists as well. If you are planning to go on a revitalizing journey to India and its different vibrant parts anytime in 2014, then consider the Indian calendar 2014.
Take an online view of the Indian calendar 2014. Indian calendar 2014 is printable, and also supports downloading in HTML or Microsoft Excel XLS application or Microsoft Word DOC application. Viewing, printing, as well as downloading of calendar is free.
The Indian calendar 2014 and the holidays as mentioned are drawn by keeping close proximity with detailed predictions, estimations, and calculations. However, they are still vulnerable to changes and modifications.
Holidays in India
|Wednesday||1-Jan||New Year’s Day|
|Tuesday||7-Jan||Guru Govind Singh Jayanti|
|Friday||14-Feb||Guru Ravidas Jayanti|
|Monday||24-Feb||Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti|
|Friday||9-May||Birthday of Ravindranath|
|Tuesday||13-May||Hazarat Ali’s Birthday|
|Monday||18-Aug||Parsi New Year|
|Thursday||2-Oct||Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti|
|Friday||3-Oct||Dussehra (Maha Navami)|
|Sunday||5-Oct||Bakri Id/Eid ul-Adha|
|Wednesday||29-Oct||Chhat Puja (Pratihar Sashthi/Surya Sashthi)|
|Thursday||6-Nov||Guru Nanak Jayanti|
|Monday||24-Nov||Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day|
|Wednesday||17-Dec||First Day of Hanukkah|
|Wednesday||24-Dec||Last day of Hanukkah|
|Wednesday||31-Dec||New Year’s Eve|