Send Your Festival Creativity and Get Published. Contact Us On

Indian Festivals in May 2021| May Festivals of India List


Indian Festivals in May 2021

In the month of May people of India celebrate special days decided by the international community or National community or birthday of some legendary personalities.

Indian Festivals in May
Indian Festivals in May

May Festivals of India List-

The list of festivals celebrated in India in the month of May is given below.

  • International Workers' Day - May 1, 2021 - Saturday
  • World Laughter Day - May 2, 2021 - Sunday
  • Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti - May 7, 2021 - Friday
  • Jamat Ul-Vida - May 7, 2021 - Friday
  • Mother's Day - May 9, 2021 - Sunday
  • Eid al-Fitr - May 13, 2021 - Thursday
  • Ramadan - May 13, 2021 – Thursday
  • Dhungri Mela- May13 - May16 every year
  • Parashurama Jayanti - May 14, 2021 - Friday
  • Akshaya Tritiya - May 14, 2021 - Friday
  • Buddha Purnima - May 26, 2021 - Wednesday
  • Chandra Grahan - May 26, 2021 - Wednesday
  • World No Tobacco Day - May 31, 2021 – Monday

World Laughter Day

World Laughter Day is celebrated to highlight the importance of happiness in our life and behavior. Laughter is considered the best medicine in medical science. The main purpose of World Laughter day is To bring a smile to every face.

Mother's Day

Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year. Mothers play an immensely important role in our life. Mothers are selfless, shower unconditional love on their children, and sacrifice all their needs for their families. To remember the contribution of our loving mother, we celebrate a day as mother’s day.

World No Tobacco Day

Cancer is a big problem nowadays. A large no of people is suffering from mouth cancer caused due to chewing tobacco. People know the adverse effect of tobacco on our health and body, still, they don’t care about it. To bring the attention of the world, and highlight the tobacco-related disease, we celebrate World No Tobacco Day in the month of May.

Buddha Purnima

Buddha Jayanti, also known as Buddha Purnima, celebrates the birth, enlightenment, and death of Lord Buddha. It's the most sacred Buddhist festival. Activities include prayer meets, sermons, and religious discourses, recitation of Buddhist scriptures, group meditation, processions, and worship of the statue of Buddha.

Dhungri Mela

The three-day Dhungri Mela takes place in honor of Goddess Hadimba's birthday in Manali. She was the wife of Bhima, one of the five Pandavas brothers from the great Hindu epic the Mahabharata. Her temple is one of the most important ones in the region, and gods and goddesses from surrounding villages are carried in procession to attend the celebrations. The festival involves much singing and dancing, including performances of the Kullu Natti folk dance. It provides an interesting glimpse of local culture.

No comments:

Post a Comment