This Calendar facilitates the Indian Holiday list. It shows holidays according to the Hindu calendar. It shows Monthly Indian Festivals holidays of all different religions (Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Islam, and Christian). This calendar also mentions Indian Government Holidays and Indian Festivals throughout the year. Indian Holidays Calendar for April, 1991 Indian Holidays and Hindu Festival Calendar for Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India is as mentioned below:

Festivals 1991


Festivals in January 1991

1 january 1991
(Tuesday)
English New Year
3 january 1991
(Thursday)
Sankashti Chaturthi, Sakat Chauth
7 january 1991
(Monday)
Swami Vivekananda Jayanti, Kalashtami
11 january 1991
(Friday)
Shattila Ekadashi
13 january 1991
(Sunday)
Pradosh Vrat, Lohri
14 january 1991
(Monday)
Masik Shivaratri, Pongal, Makar Sankranti
15 january 1991
(Tuesday)
Magha Amavasya, Mauni Amavas, Surya Grahan, Thai Amavasai, Magh Bihu
16 january 1991
(Wednesday)
Gupta Navratri Begins
17 january 1991
(Thursday)
Chandra Darshan
19 january 1991
(Saturday)
Vinayaka Chaturthi, Ganesha Jayanti
20 january 1991
(Sunday)
Vasant Panchami
21 january 1991
(Monday)
Skanda Sashti
23 january 1991
(Wednesday)
Ratha Saptami, Narmada Jayanti, Bhishma Ashtami, Masik Durgashtami, Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti
26 january 1991
(Saturday)
Jaya Ekadashi, Republic Day, Rohini Vrat
28 january 1991
(Monday)
Pradosh Vrat
30 january 1991
(Wednesday)
Magha Purnima, Chandra Grahan, Purnima Upavas, Guru Ravidas Jayanti, Thai Pusam

Festivals in February 1991

2 february 1991
(Saturday)
Sankashti Chaturthi
4 february 1991
(Monday)
Yashoda Jayanti
5 february 1991
(Tuesday)
Shabari Jayanti
6 february 1991
(Wednesday)
Janaki Jayanti, Kalashtami
10 february 1991
(Sunday)
Vijaya Ekadashi
11 february 1991
(Monday)
Pradosh Vrat
12 february 1991
(Tuesday)
Maha Shivaratri
13 february 1991
(Wednesday)
Kumbha Sankranti
14 february 1991
(Thursday)
Phalguna Amavasya
16 february 1991
(Saturday)
Chandra Darshan, Phulera Dooj, Ramakrishna Jayanti
18 february 1991
(Monday)
Vinayaka Chaturthi
20 february 1991
(Wednesday)
Skanda Sashti
22 february 1991
(Friday)
Masik Durgashtami, Rohini Vrat
24 february 1991
(Sunday)
Amalaki Ekadashi
25 february 1991
(Monday)
Gauna Amalaki Ekadashi, Vaishnava Amalaki Ekadashi
26 february 1991
(Tuesday)
Pradosh Vrat
28 february 1991
(Thursday)
Chhoti Holi, Holika Dahan, Vasanta Purnima, Purnima Upavas, Phalguna Purnima, Lakshmi Jayanti, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanti, Masi Magam

Festivals in March 1991

1 march 1991
(Friday)
Holi, Attukal Pongala
2 march 1991
(Saturday)
Bhai Dooj, Bhratri Dwitiya
3 march 1991
(Sunday)
Shivaji Jayanti
4 march 1991
(Monday)
Sankashti Chaturthi
5 march 1991
(Tuesday)
Ranga Panchami
7 march 1991
(Thursday)
Sheetala Saptami
8 march 1991
(Friday)
Basoda, Sheetala Ashtami, Kalashtami
12 march 1991
(Tuesday)
Papmochani Ekadashi
13 march 1991
(Wednesday)
Pradosh Vrat
14 march 1991
(Thursday)
Masik Shivaratri, Karadaiyan Nombu
15 march 1991
(Friday)
Meena Sankranti
16 march 1991
(Saturday)
Chaitra Amavasya
17 march 1991
(Sunday)
Chandra Darshan, Chaitra Navratri, Gudi Padwa, Ugadi
18 march 1991
(Monday)
Jhulelal Jayanti, Matsya Jayanti
19 march 1991
(Tuesday)
Gauri Puja, Gangaur, Vinayaka Chaturthi
20 march 1991
(Wednesday)
Lakshmi Panchami, Masik Karthigai
21 march 1991
(Thursday)
Yamuna Chhath, Skanda Sashti, Vernal Equinox
22 march 1991
(Friday)
Rohini Vrat
23 march 1991
(Saturday)
Masik Durgashtami
24 march 1991
(Sunday)
Rama Navami
26 march 1991
(Tuesday)
Kamada Ekadashi
27 march 1991
(Wednesday)
Pradosh Vrat
28 march 1991
(Thursday)
Mahavir Swami Jayanti
29 march 1991
(Friday)
Purnima Upavas, Panguni Uthiram, Good Friday
30 march 1991
(Saturday)
Hanuman Jayanti, Chaitra Purnima
31 march 1991
(Sunday)
Easter

Festivals in April 1991

2 april 1991
(Tuesday)
Sankashti Chaturthi
7 april 1991
(Sunday)
Kalashtami
10 april 1991
(Wednesday)
Varuthini Ekadashi, Vallabhacharya Jayanti
11 april 1991
(Thursday)
Vaishnava Varuthini Ekadashi
12 april 1991
(Friday)
Pradosh Vrat
13 april 1991
(Saturday)
Masik Shivaratri
14 april 1991
(Sunday)
Vaishakha Amavasya, Solar New Year, Mesha Sankranti, Baisakhi, Puthandu, Ambedkar Jayanti
15 april 1991
(Monday)
Adhik Maas Begins, Chandra Darshan, Vishu Kani, Pohela Boishakh
17 april 1991
(Wednesday)
Masik Karthigai
18 april 1991
(Thursday)
Vinayaka Chaturthi, Rohini Vrat
19 april 1991
(Friday)
Skanda Sashti
20 april 1991
(Saturday)
Ramanuja Jayanti
21 april 1991
(Sunday)
Masik Durgashtami
24 april 1991
(Wednesday)
Padmini Ekadashi, Thrissur Pooram
26 april 1991
(Friday)
Pradosh Vrat
28 april 1991
(Sunday)
Vaishakha Purnima, Purnima Upavas, Chitra Pournami

Festivals in May 1991

2 may 1991
(Thursday)
Sankashti Chaturthi
6 may 1991
(Monday)
Kalashtami
7 may 1991
(Tuesday)
Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti
9 may 1991
(Thursday)
Tagore Jayanti *Bengal
10 may 1991
(Friday)
Parama Ekadashi
11 may 1991
(Saturday)
Pradosh Vrat, Shani Trayodashi
12 may 1991
(Sunday)
Masik Shivaratri
14 may 1991
(Tuesday)
Vaishakha Amavasya, Adhik Maas Ends, Masik Karthigai
15 may 1991
(Wednesday)
Chandra Darshan, Vrishabha Sankranti, Rohini Vrat
16 may 1991
(Thursday)
Parashurama Jayanti, Akshaya Tritiya
17 may 1991
(Friday)
Vinayaka Chaturthi
18 may 1991
(Saturday)
Shankaracharya Jayanti, Surdas Jayanti, Skanda Sashti
20 may 1991
(Monday)
Ganga Saptami
21 may 1991
(Tuesday)
Masik Durgashtami
22 may 1991
(Wednesday)
Sita Navami
24 may 1991
(Friday)
Mohini Ekadashi
25 may 1991
(Saturday)
Pradosh Vrat, Shani Trayodashi
26 may 1991
(Sunday)
Narasimha Jayanti
27 may 1991
(Monday)
Vaikasi Visakam
28 may 1991
(Tuesday)
Vaishakha Purnima, Kurma Jayanti, Buddha Purnima, Purnima Upavas
29 may 1991
(Wednesday)
Narada Jayanti

Festivals in June 1991

1 june 1991
(Saturday)
Sankashti Chaturthi
5 june 1991
(Wednesday)
Kalashtami
8 june 1991
(Saturday)
Hanuman Jayanti *Telugu, Apara Ekadashi
9 june 1991
(Sunday)
Gauna Apara Ekadashi, Vaishnava Apara Ekadashi
10 june 1991
(Monday)
Pradosh Vrat, Masik Shivaratri, Masik Karthigai
12 june 1991
(Wednesday)
Jyeshtha Amavasya, Shani Jayanti, Vat Savitri Vrat, Rohini Vrat
13 june 1991
(Thursday)
Chandra Darshan
15 june 1991
(Saturday)
Maharana Pratap Jayanti, Vinayaka Chaturthi, Mithuna Sankranti
17 june 1991
(Monday)
Skanda Sashti
19 june 1991
(Wednesday)
Masik Durgashtami
20 june 1991
(Thursday)
Mahesh Navami
21 june 1991
(Friday)
Ganga Dussehra
22 june 1991
(Saturday)
Gayatri Jayanti, Nirjala Ekadashi, Longest Day of Year
23 june 1991
(Sunday)
Eid al-Adha, Bakrid
24 june 1991
(Monday)
Pradosh Vrat
26 june 1991
(Wednesday)
Jyeshtha Purnima, Vat Purnima Vrat, Purnima Upavas, Kabirdas Jayanti
27 june 1991
(Thursday)
Chandra Grahan
30 june 1991
(Sunday)
Sankashti Chaturthi

Festivals in August 1991

3 august 1991
(Saturday)
Kalashtami, Aadi Perukku
4 august 1991
(Sunday)
Masik Karthigai
5 august 1991
(Monday)
Shravan Somwar Vrat *North
6 august 1991
(Tuesday)
Kamika Ekadashi, Mangala Gauri Vrat *North, Rohini Vrat
7 august 1991
(Wednesday)
Pradosh Vrat
8 august 1991
(Thursday)
Sawan Shivaratri
9 august 1991
(Friday)
Hariyali Amavasya, Aadi Amavasai
10 august 1991
(Saturday)
Shravana Amavasya
11 august 1991
(Sunday)
Chandra Darshan
12 august 1991
(Monday)
Hariyali Teej, Shravan Somwar Vrat
13 august 1991
(Tuesday)
Vinayaka Chaturthi, Mangala Gauri Vrat
14 august 1991
(Wednesday)
Nag Panchami
15 august 1991
(Thursday)
Kalki Jayanti, Skanda Sashti, Independence Day
16 august 1991
(Friday)
Tulsidas Jayanti
17 august 1991
(Saturday)
Masik Durgashtami, Simha Sankranti, Malayalam New Year
19 august 1991
(Monday)
Shravan Somwar Vrat
20 august 1991
(Tuesday)
Shravana Putrada Ekadashi, Mangala Gauri Vrat
21 august 1991
(Wednesday)
Vaishnava Shravana Putrada Ekadashi
22 august 1991
(Thursday)
Pradosh Vrat
23 august 1991
(Friday)
Varalakshmi Vrat, Onam
24 august 1991
(Saturday)
Purnima Upavas, Rigveda Upakarma, Hayagriva Jayanti
25 august 1991
(Sunday)
Shravana Purnima, Rakhi, Raksha Bandhan, Gayatri Jayanti, Narali Purnima, Yajurveda Upakarma, Sanskrit Diwas
26 august 1991
(Monday)
Gayathri Japam
28 august 1991
(Wednesday)
Kajari Teej, Sankashti Chaturthi, Sangada Hara Chathurti *Tamil, Bol Choth *Gujarat
30 august 1991
(Friday)
Nag Pancham *Gujarat, Randhan Chhath *Gujarat
31 august 1991
(Saturday)
Balarama Jayanti, Shitala Satam *Gujarat

Festivals in September 1991

1 september 1991
(Sunday)
Janmashtami *Smarta, Kalashtami, Ashtami Rohini
2 september 1991
(Monday)
Janmashtami *ISKCON, Dahi Handi, Rohini Vrat
4 september 1991
(Wednesday)
Aja Ekadashi
5 september 1991
(Thursday)
Vaishnava Aja Ekadashi
6 september 1991
(Friday)
Pradosh Vrat, Masik Shivaratri
8 september 1991
(Sunday)
Bhadrapada Amavasya
10 september 1991
(Tuesday)
Chandra Darshan, Samaveda Upakarma, Varaha Jayanti
11 september 1991
(Wednesday)
Hartalika Teej, Gowri Habba, Ganesh Chaturthi
12 september 1991
(Thursday)
Rishi Panchami
13 september 1991
(Friday)
Skanda Sashti
14 september 1991
(Saturday)
Gauri Avahana
15 september 1991
(Sunday)
Durva Ashtami, Gauri Puja
16 september 1991
(Monday)
Radha Ashtami, Masik Durgashtami, Mahalakshmi Vrat Begins, Gauri Visarjan
17 september 1991
(Tuesday)
Kanya Sankranti, Vishwakarma Puja
19 september 1991
(Thursday)
Parsva Ekadashi
20 september 1991
(Friday)
Vamana Jayanti
21 september 1991
(Saturday)
Pradosh Vrat, Shani Trayodashi
22 september 1991
(Sunday)
Anant Chaturdashi, Ganesh Visarjan
23 september 1991
(Monday)
Purnima Upavas, Purnima Shraddha, Autumnal Equinox
24 september 1991
(Tuesday)
Pratipada Shraddha
25 september 1991
(Wednesday)
Dwitiya Shraddha
26 september 1991
(Thursday)
Tritiya Shraddha
27 september 1991
(Friday)
Maha Bharani, Chaturthi Shraddha, Sankashti Chaturthi
28 september 1991
(Saturday)
Panchami Shraddha
29 september 1991
(Sunday)
Shashthi Shraddha, Rohini Vrat
30 september 1991
(Monday)
Saptami Shraddha, Kalashtami, Mahalakshmi Vrat Ends

Festivals in October 1991

1 october 1991
(Tuesday)
Ashtami Shraddha, Jivitputrika Vrat
2 october 1991
(Wednesday)
Navami Shraddha, Dashami Shraddha, Gandhi Jayanti
3 october 1991
(Thursday)
Ekadashi Shraddha
4 october 1991
(Friday)
Magha Shraddha, Indira Ekadashi, Dwadashi Shraddha
5 october 1991
(Saturday)
Trayodashi Shraddha, Pradosh Vrat, Shani Trayodashi
6 october 1991
(Sunday)
Chaturdashi Shraddha, Masik Shivaratri
7 october 1991
(Monday)
Ashwin Amavasya, Sarva Pitru Amavasya
8 october 1991
(Tuesday)
Navratri Begins, Ghatasthapana
9 october 1991
(Wednesday)
Chandra Darshan
11 october 1991
(Friday)
Vinayaka Chaturthi
12 october 1991
(Saturday)
Lalita Panchami
13 october 1991
(Sunday)
Saraswati Avahan, Bilva Nimantran, Skanda Sashti
14 october 1991
(Monday)
Kalparambha, Akal Bodhon
15 october 1991
(Tuesday)
Saraswati Puja, Navpatrika Puja
16 october 1991
(Wednesday)
Saraswati Balidan, Durga Ashtami, Sandhi Puja, Maha Navami, Saraswati Visarjan
17 october 1991
(Thursday)
Durga Balidan, Ayudha Puja, Saraswati Poojai, Bengal Maha Navami, Durga Visarjan, Dussehra, Vijayadashami, Tula Sankranti
18 october 1991
(Friday)
Bengal Vijayadashami, Mysore Dasara, Vidyarambham Day, Madhvacharya Jayanti
19 october 1991
(Saturday)
Papankusha Ekadashi
20 october 1991
(Sunday)
Pradosh Vrat
22 october 1991
(Tuesday)
Kojagara Puja, Sharad Purnima
23 october 1991
(Wednesday)
Ashwin Purnima, Purnima Upavas, Valmiki Jayanti, Meerabai Jayanti
26 october 1991
(Saturday)
Atla Tadde, Karwa Chauth, Sankashti Chaturthi, Rohini Vrat
29 october 1991
(Tuesday)
Ahoi Ashtami, Radha Kunda Snan
30 october 1991
(Wednesday)
Kalashtami

Festivals in November 1991

2 november 1991
(Saturday)
Rama Ekadashi, Govatsa Dwadashi
3 november 1991
(Sunday)
Dhan Teras, Yama Deepam, Pradosh Vrat
4 november 1991
(Monday)
Kali Chaudas, Hanuman Puja, Masik Shivaratri
5 november 1991
(Tuesday)
Narak Chaturdashi, Tamil Deepavali, Diwali, Lakshmi Puja, Kedar Gauri Vrat, Chopda Puja, Sharda Puja, Kali Puja
6 november 1991
(Wednesday)
Kartik Amavasya
7 november 1991
(Thursday)
Gowardhan Puja, Annakut, Bali Pratipada, Dyuta Krida
8 november 1991
(Friday)
Chandra Darshan, Bhaiya Dooj, Yama Dwitiya
10 november 1991
(Sunday)
Nagula Chavithi *Telugu, Vinayaka Chaturthi
11 november 1991
(Monday)
Labh Panchami
12 november 1991
(Tuesday)
Chhath Puja, Soora Samharam
14 november 1991
(Thursday)
Gopashtami, Masik Durgashtami, Nehru Jayanti
16 november 1991
(Saturday)
Akshaya Navami, Jagaddhatri Puja, Vrischika Sankranti
17 november 1991
(Sunday)
Kansa Vadh, Mandalakala Begins
18 november 1991
(Monday)
Devutthana Ekadashi, Guruvayur Ekadashi
19 november 1991
(Tuesday)
Tulasi Vivah, Pradosh Vrat
20 november 1991
(Wednesday)
Vaikuntha Chaturdashi
21 november 1991
(Thursday)
Dev Diwali, Kartik Purnima, Purnima Upavas, Guru Nanak Jayanti
23 november 1991
(Saturday)
Rohini Vrat
24 november 1991
(Sunday)
Sankashti Chaturthi
28 november 1991
(Thursday)
Kalabhairav Jayanti

Festivals in December 1991

1 december 1991
(Sunday)
Utpanna Ekadashi
2 december 1991
(Monday)
Vaishnava Utpanna Ekadashi
3 december 1991
(Tuesday)
Pradosh Vrat
4 december 1991
(Wednesday)
Masik Shivaratri
6 december 1991
(Friday)
Margashirsha Amavasya
7 december 1991
(Saturday)
Chandra Darshan
10 december 1991
(Tuesday)
Vinayaka Chaturthi
11 december 1991
(Wednesday)
Vivah Panchami
12 december 1991
(Thursday)
Subrahmanya Sashti, Champa Shashthi
14 december 1991
(Saturday)
Masik Durgashtami
16 december 1991
(Monday)
Dhanu Sankranti
17 december 1991
(Tuesday)
Mokshada Ekadashi, Gita Jayanti, Vaikuntha Ekadashi
19 december 1991
(Thursday)
Pradosh Vrat, Hanuman Jayanti *Kannada, Masik Karthigai
20 december 1991
(Friday)
Dattatreya Jayanti, Rohini Vrat
21 december 1991
(Saturday)
Chandra Grahan, Purnima Upavas, Annapurna Jayanti
22 december 1991
(Sunday)
Shortest Day of Year, Arudra Darshan
24 december 1991
(Tuesday)
Sankashti Chaturthi
25 december 1991
(Wednesday)
Merry Christmas
27 december 1991
(Friday)
Kalashtami, Mandala Pooja
31 december 1991
(Tuesday)
Saphala Ekadashi

Hindu Festival Calendar

The following Hindu Festival Calendar are shown for the date April, 1991 Indian Holidays and Hindu Festival Calendar for Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Hindu calendar is used by Hindus for important events related to their religion and festivals. The Hindu religion is the world’s 3rd oldest religion having countless followers and can be found being practiced throughout the world. Hindus have divine texts called Vedas which are highly respected in their religion. Four Vedas are Rig Veda, Atharva Veda, Yajur Veda, and Sama Veda. Hindus’ Famous and beloved scripture are Bhagavad Gita, Mahabharat, and Ramayana.

Panchang, Panchangam, Panjika, etc. are the other names of the Hindu calendar. Hindus celebrate their festivals on different dates because they depend on the action of the moon and sun. That’s why Hindus celebrate their festivals according to the Hindu calendar. Hindu Calendar is also called astrology calendar. It keeps on changing from time to time.

Vikram Samvat

It started in 57 B.C.
To mark achievement, King Vikramaditya introduced it.
This calendar is also according to the movements of Moon, so it is also a type of lunar calendar.
It also contains 12 months and 354 days to make a year.
Months are divided into two parts.
The shiny days are referred as Shuklapaksha. Days between the new moon and full moon.
The dark days are referred as Krishna Paksha. Days between the full moon and the new moon.
The month starts with Krishna Paksha.
It has 13 months after five years. This month refers to Adhik Mass.

The Solar Calendar

This is according to the movement of the Sun. Sidereal/tropical are two types of movement of the year. For example, Roman and French calendar. It is used in different states of India. Punjab, Assam, Haryana, Kerala, Bengal, Tripura, Tamil Nadu, and Orissa. It is not considered according to the number of days in a year. Below mentioned categories are the part of Indian National Calendar.

Saka Samvat

It started in 78 A.D.
To mark achievement, Saka rulers introduced it.
It is also the type of solar calendar.
It is also an official calendar adopted by the Indian Government in 1957.
It also contains 12 months and 365 days to make a year.

The Lunisolar Calendar

This calendar is according to the movement of both Sun and Moon. Sun helps to assemble year and moon helps to assemble the month of the year. This calendar is referred for Indian Hindu Festivals and Indian Holidays. It is also used in different states of India like Gujrat, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Kashmir, and Bihar. It accumulates the yearly motion of the Sun and monthly phases of Moon. Some examples are Jews and the Babylonian calendars along with the Indian Calendars used in, Bihar Karnataka, Kashmir.

Structure of Indian calendar

Luni-solar system is based on time which consists of 365 days and twelve months. The first month refers to Chaitra and the last month refers to Phalguna. Indian new year is celebrated according to Shaka Calendar. 12 months are of Hindu festivals calendar are mentioned below:

1. Chaitra
2. Vaishakha
3. Jyeshtha
4. Ashadha
5. Shravana
6. Bhadra
7. Ashwin
8. Kartika
9. Agrahayana
10. Pausha
11. Magha
12. Phalguna

Gregorian Calendar

It is also the type of Scientific calendar.
It also contains 12 months and 364.25 days to make a year.
It is universally followed and is called the solar calendar.