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Hindu Punjabi Festivals

This list of Hindu Punjabi festivals summarizes festivals observed in Punjab. The festivals of Maghi and Vaisakhi are determined by the solar aspect of the Punjabi calendar. The rest are based on the lunar months of the Punjabi calendar.


Punjabi Hindus follow the Punjabi calendar to observe religious festivals.

List and descriptions of major Hindu Punjabi festivals

Other festivals

In addition to the above, Punjabi Hindus observe other Punjabi festivals such as, Basant Festival of Kites, Teej and Gugga.

See also


  1. ^ drikpanchang [1]
  2. ^ Hindustan Times 18 03 2014 [2]
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Punjabiyat: The Cultural Heritage and Ethos of the People of Punjab by JAsbir SIngh Khurana Hemkunt Publishers (P) Ltd ISBN 978-81-7010-395-0
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  5. ^ Office Holidays [3]]
  6. ^ The Times of India 20 02 2012 [4]]
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  8. ^ Hindustan Times 10 08 2014 [5]
  9. ^ Alop ho riha Punjabi virsa by Harkesh Singh Kehal Pub Lokgeet Parkashan ISBN 81-7142-869-x
  10. ^ Durga Puja [6]
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  15. ^ Madhusree Dutta, Neera Adarkar, Majlis Organization (Bombay), The nation, the state, and Indian identity, Popular Prakashan, 1996,  
  16. ^ The Tribune 14 11 2008 [7]
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