Festival 2023

Festival 2023

Being the land of festivals, India thrives on celebrating the spirit of coming together on these auspicious occasions of festivals. In a diverse country like India where cultures, religions, languages, and people blend together beautifully, festivals 2023 are just another excuse to depict the spirit of “unity in diversity!”

The country exemplifies the act of existing harmoniously as a large number of festivals are celebrated around the nation, showcasing its rich cultural heritage and traditions. While these celebrations happen all around the year and across the diverse geographical landscape of our country, the period between October to January is especially full of the vibrant, celebratory spirit associated with a festival.

Highlights of the Day

08 Feb 2023 ( Wednesday ) Phalguna Krishna, Tritiiya - 06:24:20
Sun Rise Moon Rise
bell icon 07:03:40 - 18:18:28 bell icon 20:34:13 - 08:42:06
Tithi Tritiiya
Nakshatra P.Phalguni
Paksha Krishna
Moon Sign Singh
Sun Sign Makar

Indian Festivals

Sankashti Chaturthi
Sankashti Chaturthi
Thursday, February 9, 2023
Yashoda Jayanti
Yashoda Jayanti
Sunday, February 12, 2023
Shabari Jayanti
Shabari Jayanti
Monday, February 13, 2023
Monday, February 13, 2023
Kumbha Sankranti
Kumbha Sankranti
Monday, February 13, 2023
Janaki Jayanti
Janaki Jayanti
Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Highlights of the Day

08 Feb 2023 ( Wednesday ) Phalguna Krishna, Tritiiya - 06:24:20
Sun Rise Moon Rise
bell icon 07:03:40 - 18:18:28 bell icon 20:34:13 - 08:42:06
Tithi Tritiiya
Nakshatra P.Phalguni
Paksha Krishna
Moon Sign Singh
Sun Sign Makar

Hindu Calendar

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Magha - Phalguna
bell icon07:07:37 bell icon12:58:04
Dashami 18:12:37
30 Dashami
bell iconVrishabha 01:50:45
bell iconKrittika 22:16:18
bell icon07:07:16 bell icon13:40:27
Ekadashi 18:13:17
31 Ekadashi
bell iconVrishabha 02:47:05
bell iconRohini 00:40:24
bell icon07:06:53 bell icon14:26:44
Dvadashi 18:13:57
1 Dvadashi
bell iconMithun 03:42:46
bell iconRohini 03:24:00
bell icon07:06:30 bell icon15:16:43
Trayodashi 18:14:38
2 Trayodashi
bell iconMithun 04:36:43
bell iconMrigashirsha 06:18:16
bell icon07:06:04 bell icon16:09:24
Chaturdashi 18:15:17
3 Chaturdashi
bell iconMithun 05:27:37
bell iconAardra 09:17:03
bell icon07:05:38 bell icon17:03:30
Chaturdashi 18:15:55
4 Chaturdashi
bell iconKark 06:14:26
bell iconPunarvasu 12:13:11
bell icon07:05:10 bell icon17:57:36
Purnima 18:16:34
5 Purnima
bell iconKark 06:56:50
bell iconPushya 15:04:47
bell icon07:04:41 bell icon18:50:51
Prathama 18:17:13
6 Prathama
bell iconSingh 07:35:02
bell iconAslesha 17:45:41
bell icon07:04:11 bell icon19:42:59
Dvitiiya 18:17:51
7 Dvitiiya
bell iconSingh 08:09:50
bell iconMagha 20:15:35
bell icon07:03:40 bell icon20:34:13
Tritiiya 18:18:28
8 Tritiiya
bell iconSingh 08:42:06
bell iconP.Phalguni 20:15:05
bell icon07:03:08 bell icon21:25:14
Chaturthi 18:19:05
9 Chaturthi
bell iconKanya 09:12:58
bell iconU.Phalguni 22:28:55
bell icon07:02:34 bell icon22:16:57
Panchami 18:19:40
10 Panchami
bell iconKanya 09:43:33
bell iconHasta 00:18:28
bell icon07:01:59 bell icon23:10:31
Shashthi 18:20:17
11 Shashthi
bell iconTula 10:15:04
bell iconHasta 01:40:32
bell icon07:01:25 bell icon00:06:55
Saptami 18:20:52
12 Saptami
bell iconTula 10:48:52
bell iconChitra 02:28:12
bell icon07:00:48 bell icon00:06:55
Ashtami 18:21:28
13 Ashtami
bell iconTula 11:26:35
bell iconSvaati 02:36:43
bell icon07:00:10 bell icon01:06:57
Navami 18:22:02
14 Navami
bell iconVrishchik 12:09:58
bell iconVishaakha 02:02:50
bell icon06:59:30 bell icon02:10:33
Dashami 18:22:36
15 Dashami
bell iconVrishchik 13:00:40
bell iconAnuraadha 00:46:09
bell icon06:58:51 bell icon03:16:22
Ekadashi 18:23:10
16 Ekadashi
bell iconDhanu 13:59:36
bell iconMula 22:53:25
bell icon06:58:10 bell icon04:21:25
Dvadashi 18:23:43
17 Dvadashi
bell iconDhanu 15:05:49
bell iconP.shadha 20:29:46
bell icon06:57:29 bell icon05:22:22
Trayodashi 18:24:17
18 Maha Shivaratri
bell iconMakar 16:16:17
bell iconShravana 14:44:35
bell icon06:56:47 bell icon06:16:58
Amavasya 18:24:49
19 Amavasya
bell iconMakar 17:27:13
bell iconShravana 11:47:30
bell icon06:56:03 bell icon07:04:57
Prathama 18:25:22
20 Prathama
bell iconKumbh 18:35:49
bell iconDhanishta 09:01:48
bell icon06:55:19 bell icon07:47:25
Dvitiiya 18:25:54
21 Dvitiiya
bell iconKumbh 19:41:06
bell iconShatabhisha 06:39:07
bell icon06:54:34 bell icon08:26:00
Tritiiya 18:26:24
22 Tritiiya
bell iconMeen 20:43:20
bell iconP.Bhadrapada 04:51:34
bell icon06:53:47 bell icon09:02:31
Chaturthi 18:26:55
23 Chaturthi
bell iconMeen 21:43:26
bell iconU.Bhadrapada 03:45:48
bell icon06:53:00 bell icon09:38:28
Panchami 18:27:25
24 Panchami
bell iconMesh 22:42:21
bell iconRevati 03:28:49
bell icon06:52:13 bell icon10:15:18
Shashthi 18:27:55
25 Shashthi
bell iconMesh 23:40:45
bell iconAshvini 04:00:39
bell icon06:51:24 bell icon10:54:16
Saptami 18:28:24
26 Saptami
bell iconVrishabha 00:38:46
bell iconBharani 05:20:49
bell icon06:50:35 bell icon11:36:16
Ashtami 18:28:53
27 Ashtami
bell iconVrishabha 00:38:46
bell iconKrittika 07:21:43
bell icon06:49:45 bell icon12:21:56
Navami 18:29:23
28 Navami
bell iconVrishabha 01:35:58
bell iconRohini 09:53:34
bell icon06:48:55 bell icon13:11:12
Dashami 18:29:51
1 Dashami
bell iconMithun 02:31:18
bell iconMrigashirsha 12:44:05
bell icon06:48:03 bell icon14:03:21
Ekadashi 18:30:18
2 Ekadashi
bell iconMithun 03:23:35
bell iconAardra 15:44:11
bell icon06:47:12 bell icon14:57:11
Dvadashi 18:30:46
3 Dvadashi
bell iconKark 04:11:50
bell iconPunarvasu 18:42:13
bell icon06:46:19 bell icon15:51:26
Trayodashi 18:31:13
4 Trayodashi
bell iconKark 04:55:35
bell iconPushya 21:31:40
bell icon06:45:27 bell icon16:45:09
Chaturdashi 18:31:40
5 Chaturdashi
bell iconKark 05:35:00
bell iconAslesha 21:31:40

Delhi- Wednesday, 08 February 2023
Date Wednesday, 08 February 2023
Tithi Krishna Tritiya
Day Wednesday
Paksha Krishna-Paksha
Sunrise 7:5:40
Sunset 18:6:1
Moonrise 20:25:20
Nakshatra Purva Phalguni
Nakshtra Till 20 : 15 : 55
Yog Atigand
Yog Till 16 : 30 : 0
Karan I Vanija
Surya Rashi Capricorn
Chandra Rashi Leo
Rahu Kal 12:35:51 to 13:58:23
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Indian Festivals and Cultural Diversity

India is a country where many different cultures, religions, and languages amalgamate into forming one nation. We coexist amidst our differences and try to uplift each other to further uplift the country on the world’s map. This is a country where each community and religion celebrates not only their special occasions as per the Indian calendar 2023 but also the ones of their fellow countrymen. Every day is thus a new day of celebration for the Indians living not only in the country but also for those who are living abroad.

Top 5 Indian Festivals:

Festivals are an important part of the culture of India. They are an extremely important part of the celebrations in this country. We epitomize the spirit of being together despite the diversity prevalent in every aspect of this country and its people. Every festival is celebrated with an increased vigor and enthusiasm regardless of which religion it belongs to. For us, it is merely an excuse to get together and let go of our worries as we enjoy the festivities together. The citizens of the country together hang in the Christmas lights and deck their balconies with diyas during Diwali. The colors of Holi drench one and all while Pongal festivities are celebrated all around the country, albeit the name of the festival changes in every region. Each Indian festival depicts the unison of our multicultural land.

Here is a list of the most celebrated festivals in the country that are full of fun, frolic, and zeal to give you a glimpse into the hurrah of celebrations that resound in our country ever so often:

1. Diwali: The festival of lights is the most celebrated day of the year in the Hindu calendar and is the most significant Hindu festival of India. Celebrated throughout the country, the day holds a lot of religious significance as it was on this day that Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after an exile of 14 years. Despite being a primarily Hindu festival, the day is celebrated with equal fervor across religions, bringing people together.

2. Holi: This day is marked with the streets drenched in colors as gulals and pichkaris take over the celebrations, bringing people from different religions, regions, and cultures together as everyone screams in unison, “Holi hai!” Singing and dancing become the order of the day as people enjoy the various delicacies with a glass of thandai and lassi on this auspicious festival in the Hindu calendar 2023

3. Makar Sankranti: This is a harvest festival that is celebratedin India in the month of January as per the Hindu calendar 2023. The first crop of the season is harvested as people thank the Gods and mother nature for the abundance in their lives. The festival is celebrated all around the country. However, the name of the festival changes based on geographical location as mentioned below:

  • Pongal in South India
  • Bhodi in Andhra Pradesh
  • Bhugali Bihu in Assam
  • Onam in Kerala
  • Uttarayan in Gujarat
  • Lohri in Punjab

4. Eid Ul Fitr: Undoubtedly one of the most important occasions that are a part of the list of festival in 2023. This day holds a lot of relevance for the Muslims in the country as they break their month-long fast or Roza after the holy month of Ramzan. The festivities are the best example of people from all walks of life coming together as they gather to enjoy the iftaar party. The day is unlike any other and is full of gratitude, harmony, merry-making, and joy.

5. Christmas:This globally celebrated festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ is celebrated in India with equal merriment and joy. Christmas trees and the colors red, white, and green dominate the decorations one sees everywhere as people come together to partake in the cheerfulness. Churches are visited by not only the Christians in the country, but people from other religions also take their children to witness the nativity scene and visit the Santa.

The country thus celebrates the many different hues that are reflected through the prism of diversity. It symbolizes the spirit of unison as people join hands in participating in each other’s joys, enthusiasm, and happiness.

List of Indian Festivals 2023:

The list of the most celebrated days in the country is fairly long, but it is a marker of the fact Indians do not shy away from any occasion that invites them to revel and rejoice. Here is a compiled list of all the festivals 2023 to give you an idea of their dates in the ongoing year. Discover the festival dates in the following festival calendar:

To know more about the Hindu festival list as well as festivals celebrated by other communities, or to seek the muhurat for auspicious occasions, get connected with Astroyogi astrologers right away!

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