Important Hindu Festivals and Auspicious Days in November 2010

Dates of important festivals associated with Hinduism in November 2010 – based on major Hindu calendars used in India. The festivals and auspicious days are based on Indian Standard Time (IST).
November 2 – Rama Ekadasi Fasting
November 3 – Dhantryodasi – Dhanteras
November 3 – Pradosh Fasting
November 4 – Kali Chaudash
November 5 – Narak Chaturdasi
November 5 – Diwali
November 5 – Lakshmi Puja
November 6 – New Year in Gujarati Calendar
November 6 – Annakut
November 6 – Govardhan Puja
November 6 – Skanda Sashti Fast Begins
November 6 – Amavasya - No moon day
November 7 – Kartik month begins in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

November 7 – Chitragupta Puja
November 11 – Skanda Sashti
November 11 – Sashti Fasting
November 12 – Dala Chath Evening Argh
November 13 – Chath Morning Argh
November 17 - Sabarimala Mandakala Kalam Begins – Temple opens for 2-month pujas and rituals
November 17 – Karthigai Month begins in Tamil Nadu
November 17 – Vrischika Masam begins in Kerala Malayalam Calendar
November 17 – Utppanna Ekadasi
November 17 – Tulsi Vivah begins
November 17 – Pandarpur Kartik Ekadasi Yatra
November 17 – Panchuka Begins in Orissa
November 17 – Bhishma Panchak Vrat Starts
November 18 – Agrahan month begins in Bengali calendar
November 19 – Pradosh Fasting
November 21 – Tulsi Vivah ends
November 21 – Purnima or full moon day
November 21 – Tripurari Purnima
November 21 – Dev Diwali
November 21 – Kartigai Deepam
November 22 – Margashirsh month begins on North Indian calendars
November 25 – Manabasa Gurubar Pujas in Orissa
November 26 – Sankashta Chaturti Fasting
November 28 – Kalbhairav Ashtami