This Calendar is viewed by people all over the globe and therefore cannot accommodate different date and time of each country or position.  Hence the dates here refer to the Hindu festivals according to Punchaang as celebrated in North India.  Dates and time may be slightly different in other countries.

If this is the case for you, please refer to your personal purohit for the exact time to suit your needs.

Many thanks,

Thakur Bhim Singh

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4th Day – ‘Govardhan Puja’

28 October

People across the country celebrate this festival for a variety of reasons and beliefs. Govardhan Puja is celebrated in North India as the day when Lord Krishna with his velour defeated Indra who is believed to be the God of rain and thunder. While in Gujarat the day is celebrated as the beginning of yet another year, in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, the day is celebrated as the day when Lord Vishnu has believed to have killed demon king Bali.

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Date:
28 October

This Calendar is viewed by people all over the globe and therefore cannot accommodate different date and time of each country or position.  Hence the dates here refer to the Hindu festivals according to Punchaang as celebrated in North India.  Dates and time may be slightly different in other countries.

If this is the case for you, please refer to your personal purohit for the exact time to suit your needs.

Many thanks,

Thakur Bhim Singh