Happy New Year 2014, New Year 2014 Calender, Indian Calender

Happy New Year 2014 |New Year 2014 Indian Calender

Happy new year, New year 2014 calendar, Happy new year 2014, New Year 2014 Calendar, New Year 2014 Indian Calender

Happy New Year 2014 Indian Calender: Few Days to go ,and there gone to be a big day. That is Happy new year 2014. And the most generous thing is about 2014 Calendar. 2014 Calendar are different for different countries as per their Happy New Year forms of culture. 2014 is a simple year similar to others, but somehow 2014 Calendar values a lot for many resolutions and promises. It is new opening to a new year by forgetting what had happened in the past, and move towards a new life with new joy and passion. Let us discuss Happy New Year 2014, New Year 2014 Calendar, New Year 2014 Indian Calender below in this article.

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State of your surroundings depends on the state of your mind and every Calendar with Happy new year wishes gives the wake up call for the opportunity that you will get in some where between 2014 Calendar. So, Actually Happy new year 2014 Calendar symbolizes the initial way to mark days for enjoyment and find reasons to spend time with your loved ones .

Happy New Year 2014 Indian Calender

Starting with the January, the month full of winters in the north , according to 2014 Indian Calendar, 7 January, 2014 is the day of Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti , that is birthday of Sikh 10th Guru Guru Gobind Singh . It is celebrated very deliberately by Sikhs in Punjab and also other parts of world. Makar Sankranti and Pongal followed by Id-e-Milad on the same day of 14th January, 2014 is a day for celebration for both Hindus and Muslims. Then comes the national holiday in New year 2014 Calendar on Republic Day.

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Next comes February, the month of 28 days, smallest month of year. 4th February, 2014 is Vasant Panchami ,which is symbol of winter last days and beginning of Spring season. Further comes in 2014 Calendar Shivaji jayanti on 19th February, 2014 followed by Guru Ravidas Jayanti on 14th February, 2014. Then on 27th February, 2014, there is a big occasion for Hindus , Lord Shivas Birthday.

Happy Holi 2014, the festival of colors and happiness will be celebrated on 16th March, 2014 in 2014 Indian Calendar.Then comes Hindus Lord Rama Birthday , in new year 2014 Calendar, called Ram Navami , will be celebrated on 8th April, 2014. A symbol of prosperity and harmony, called the festival of Vaisakhi in North India, is on 14th April, 2014, celebrated as HAPPY NEW YEAR for Hindus . Easter Day, the most festive event for Christianity every year fixed on 20th April, 2014.

Happy New Year 2014 next joins with the joy of religion Buddha as Buddha Purnima on 14th May, 2014. Ramzan Id comes next, on 30th July, 2014 great event of festive for Muslims. 15th August, 2014 is India’s Independence Day, and thus it is National holiday. Moreover, 18th August, 2014 is Parsi HAPPY NEW YEAR .

Great Indian leader who made lots of efforts for Independence of India , Mahatma Gandhi ‘s birthday , 2nd October is also counted as National holiday . The another Hindus Festival of victory of good over evil is given place in 2014 Calendar on 3rd October, 2014. On 23rd October, 2014 in 2014 Calendar the most pronounced highly celebrated festival of India, Diwali will be celebrated. That day, according to Ramayan, Ram returned home in Ayodhya by victory over Ravan. Sikhism most cultural celebrating day, first Guru, Guru Nanak ‘s Birthday , on 6th November, 2014. Last festival is world wide famous, Christmas, every year celebrated on 25 December, 2014 with lots of fun and joy.

Wish you Happy New Year 2014. May GOD bless all your loved ones a prosperous year.

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