List Of All Kartik Month Festivals in the Hindu Festival Calendar!

List Of All Kartik Month Festivals in the Hindu Festival Calendar!

Kartik month is believed to be the eighth Lunar month of the Hindu calendar. According to the Gregorian calendar, the month occurs between October and November.

It is observed according to two ways in the Hindu calendar 2022. The first method is that the Lunar month marks its existence between Purnima and Purnima which is called the Purnimanta calendar, whereas, in a different method, the Lunar month is observed by the date of Amavasya through Amavasya and is referred to by the Amanta calendar. Amanda calendar.

 The following list contains Kartik Month Festivals

  • Karwa Chauth On the day of Karwa Chauth married women observe a fast to ensure their safety, well-being, and happiness that their husbands enjoy. Fasting takes place during the day, from sunrise until the moonrise.
  • Ahoi Ashtami Mothers observe a fast on this day to ensure the security and well-being of their kids. It is a very popular holiday in the Northern states of India.
  • Rama Ekadashi The Vrat observed to obtain blessings and please Lord Vishnu. It is believed that Rama Ekadashi can be described as one of the Vrats that are part of Ekadashi.
  • DhanterasDhanteras signifies the beginning of the five days celebration of Diwali. This day is also referred to as Dhantrayodashi and is a day of worship for goddess Lakshmi together with Kuber the God of Kuber.
  • Narak Chaturdashi HTML0This Day is known as Roop Chaudas and kali Chuadas. This day was when Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.
  • Lakshmi Puja Lakshmi Puja can be described as the most important day in the 5 days Diwali celebration, as it’s celebrated on all five days.
  • Govardhan PujaLord Krishna was defeated by Indra on the same day. Govardhan Puja is also known as Annakut Puja and is also observed as New Year’s Day in some regions of India.
  • The festival is celebrated on the first Sunday of every month. On this day sisters pray for the wellbeing and well-being that their brother. Sisters hold tika rituals and brothers give their sisters gifts as a reward.
  • Chhath PujaThe All-powerful Sun The Surya Devta has been worshiped on this festival to promote growth and wellbeing.
  • Gopashtami HTML0 This event is a big hit in Braj regions such as Mathura, and Vrindavan. Gopashtami is celebrated upon Ashtami Tithi of Kartik Shukla Paksha.
  • Kansa Vadh This day, Lord Krishna beat the evil Kansa, and then Ugrasena was declared to be the King of Mathura.
  • The Devutthana Ekadashi. This ceremony is intended to please Lord Vishnu since Devutthana Ekadashi is among the main Vrats associated with Ekadashi.
  • Tulsi Viah.This day is observed as the day of the marriage ceremony to Tulsi, the Tulsi flower (aka holy basil) to Krishna the avatar of the Lord Vishnu. You can also read, Today Panchangam so that you can check important dates and their time calculations

The month of Hindu to come is Margashirsha check out the list of Margashirsha month celebrations.