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Lohri is a popular Punjabi festival celebrated primarily by the Sikh community. It is believed to celebrate the passing of the winter solstice as the festival was originally celebrated on the winter solstice day.
This Hindu Calendar by VedSutra is at attempt at simplifying the highly complex and busy schedule of festivals and celebratory occasions for Hindus across the globe. We have included only the most popular festivals from the 2017 Hindu Calendar on this page to make it easy for everyone to use. You can even access many other resources on our website like the collection of Chalisas, details of various Hindu festivals and the vast collection of images of Hindu Gods both on our website and our Hindu Calendar app.
Very often you see devout Hindus struggling to obtain accurate information of Hindu festivals during the year to plan their holidays, poojas or even family visits. All such problems will now be a thing of the past thanks to this Hindu Calendar. While we have done our best to ensure that the main festivals are covered, we may have unintentionally missed something in the process. We highly appreciate feedback and are eager to listen from you in case you believe that any particular festival should be added to our Hindu Calendar to make it useful for even more people.
In the future, we are also planning to upgrade the features of this calendar by enabling easy setup of notifications for Hindu festivals, making the calendar more dynamic, giving the user the ability to sync it with their offline Google Calendar app and more! We will even add features like Panchang and Kundali with full flexibility to adjust for location using GPS to appeal to the vast base of users in India and beyond. Do spread the word about this Hindu Calendar so that more people get to know of this and are able to use it to their advantage.