Indian Hindu Calendar 2015 • Saka Calendar
Hindu calendar also known as the Saka calendar is the traditional Indian calendar. Many of the Indian Hindu religious festivals and events are based on the Saka calendar.
Today's Saka Date : Saka Year 1936, Phalguna, 13
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Festivals and Important days of the year 1936
|Makar Sankranthi||Thursday, 15th Jan 2015|
|Thiruvalluvar Day / Maattu Pongal||Friday, 16th Jan 2015|
|Kaanum Pongal (Uzhavar Thirunal)||Saturday, 17th Jan 2015|
|Republic Day||Monday, 26th Jan 2015|
|Maha Shivrathri||Wednesday, 18th Feb 2015|
|Holi||Thursday, 05th Mar 2015|
|Gudi Padwa||Saturday, 21st Mar 2015|
|Rama Navami||Saturday, 28th Mar 2015|
|Good Friday||Friday, 03rd Apr 2015|
|Easter||Sunday, 05th Apr 2015|
|Dr. B.R. Ambedkars Birthday||Tuesday, 14th Apr 2015|
|Bengali New Year||Wednesday, 15th Apr 2015|
|May Day||Friday, 01st May 2015|
|Mahavir Jayanti||Saturday, 02nd May 2015|
|Ramadan (Eid al-Fitr)||Saturday, 18th Jul 2015|
|Independence Day||Saturday, 15th Aug 2015|
|Ganesh Chathurthi||Tuesday, 18th Aug 2015|
|Nag Panchami||Wednesday, 19th Aug 2015|
|Krishna Janmashtami||Saturday, 05th Sep 2015|
|Bakrid (Eid al-Adha)||Thursday, 24th Sep 2015|
|Gandhi Jayanthi||Friday, 02nd Oct 2015|
|Navaratri||Tuesday, 13th Oct 2015|
|Maha Navami||Wednesday, 21st Oct 2015|
|Vijaya Dasami / Dussehra||Thursday, 22nd Oct 2015|
|Day of Ashura||Saturday, 24th Oct 2015|
|Deewali||Wednesday, 11th Nov 2015|
|Nagula Chavithi||Sunday, 15th Nov 2015|
|Christmas||Friday, 25th Dec 2015|
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Hindu Calendar is the traditional astrology calendar of India. Many of theIndian festivals and Government Holidays are determined based on the Indian Hindu Calendar. The months of the Hindu Calendar starts with Chaitra and ends with Phalguna.