Date Day Festival 1 Tuesday Shivratri Special: Unlock Your Spiritual Path This MahaShivratri 8 Tuesday Skanda Shashti 17 Thursday Holi - The Festival of Colours and Its Significance 18 Friday Panguni Uthiram festival/ Panguni Uthiram celebration/ Panguni Uthiram 2022 22 Tuesday Rang Panchami: Celebrating the destruction of Rajas and Tamas 28 Monday Fasting on Papamochani Ekadashi absolves all your sins
Festivals in March are the true epitome of celebrations of life, the win of good over evil, colours, and much more. We all relate the Month of March with the Hindu festival of Holi. Holi - the festival of colours, love and brotherhood, is also known as Holika or Holika Utsav in various parts of India. According to the Hindu calendar, Holi comes on the Phalguna Purnima (Full Moon), which falls in the months of February or March. It is celebrated with great fun and frolic across various regions of the country. And who can forget Maha Shivratri? Hymns and Mantras turn on spirituality; the world looks divine while meditating & chanting his name. He is the God of gods, Lord Shiva. On the 14th day of the waning Moon (Chaturdashi) of Falgun, just the day before the new moon, the darkest night of the year, Shivratri is celebrated as per North Indian Calendar.