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Hindu Festivals 2019 - Hindu Festival Calendar in 2019

This is a list of important festival dates in Hinduism in 2019 based on various regional Hindu calendars. The same festival might be rarely celebrated a day earlier or later in different parts of India . Hindu Festivals 2019 based on Hindu traditional calendar - India Standard Time. January 2019 Hindu Festivals Lohri - January 14 Makar Sankranti – 15th January, 2019 Pongal – 15th January, 2019 Sankranti – 15th January, 2019 Magh Bihu - January 15 Thaipusam - January 21 February 2019 Vasant Panchami/Saraswati Puja - February 10 Ratha Saptami - February 11 Bhishma Ashtami - February 12 March 2019 Maha Shivratri - March 4 Holika Dahan – March 20, 2019 Dhulandi Holi  - March 21, 2019 Basoda / Sheetla Ashtami - March 28 April 2019 Ugadi (New Year in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh) – April 6, 2019 Gudi Padva – April 6, 2019 Chaitra Navratri Begins - April 6, 2019 Hindi New Year - April 6, 2019 Cheti Chand - April 7, 2019 Gangaur - Gauri

Tulsidas Quotes

Sant Tulsidas is the author of the immortal Ramcharitmanas. This is a collection of quotes of Tulsidas. What does it matter whether it is Sanskrit or the common dialect? True love is the one thing needed. If a rug serves better, what is the use of a shawl? The ornament of the night is the moon, that of the day is the sun. The ornament of the devotee is devotion, that of devotion knowledge. The ornament of knowledge is meditation, that of meditation is renunciation. The ornament of renunciation, says Tulsi, is pure, unalloyed peace. This and this alone Is true religion – To serve thy brethren: This is sin above all other sin, To harm thy brethren: In such a faith is happiness, In lack of it is misery and pain: Blessed is he who swerveth not aside From this strait path: Blessed is he whose life is lived Thus ceaselessly in serving God: By hearing others’ burdens, And so alone, Is life, true life, to be attained: Nothing is hard to him who, ca