Famous  Indian  New Years


Baisakhi is traditionally celebrated on April 13, and sometimes on April 14. It is considered a spring harvest festival mainly in Punjab and northern India. Sikhs also hold kirtan, visit local gurdwaras, hoist the Nishan Sahib flag, and gather to engage in social activities.

Gudi Padwa

Gudi Padwa is a spring festival that marks the beginning of the traditional new year for Hindus, mainly Marathi and Konkani Hindus. It is celebrated in and around Maharashtra, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu. The beginning of Chaitra, the first month of the luni-solar Hindu calendar.

Pohela Boisakh

Pohela Boishak is celebrated as first day of the Bengali calendar and also as the official calendar of Bangladesh. This festival is celebrated on 14 April in Bangladesh and 15 April in the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura, Jharkhand and Assam (Barak Valley) by Bengalis regardless of religious faith.

The Indian state of Assam has three important cultural festivals: “Rongali” or “Bohag Bihu” in April, “Kongali” or “Kati Bihu” in October or November, and “Bhogali” or “Magh Bihu”. In October or November. January