Indian Festivals in March 2022 | March Festival of India List

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March is the month of the spring season. Everywhere mustard flowers are spread in agricultural fields. This time is considered the most pleasant time of the year. This month signifies the transition of the season from winter to summer. Flowers are the main attraction during this time. People used to celebrate cultural festivals or religious festivals such as Holi, and Mahashivaratri.

Indian Festivals in March
Indian Festivals in March

Holi and Mahashivarati is the most significant Hindu festival celebrated across India. Mahashivratri is a religious festival devoted to Lord Shiva.

We are here to talk about Indian Festivals in March. 

March Festival of India List:-

International Women’s Day- March 8, 2022, Tuesday

Maha Shivaratri- March 1, 2022, Tuesday

Ramakrishna Jayanti- March 4, 2022, Friday

Parsi New Year- March 16, 2022, Tuesday

Chhoti Holi- March 17, 2022, Thursday

Holika Dahan- March 17, 2022, Thursday

Holi Festival- March 18, 2022, Friday

Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanti- March 18, 2022, Friday

Shaheed Diwas- March 23, 2022, Wednesday

Popular Indian Festivals in March:-

Indian festivals are celebrated according to culture, religion, and geographical location. Some festivals are celebrated in North India and are considered North Indian Festival. Some Indian Festivals are celebrated in South India thus these festivals are considered South Indian Festivals. Here are some Popular Indian Festivals in March.

Holika Dahan

Holika Dahan is also one of the Indian festivals in March. The festival is celebrated on the eve of the Holi festival. During the Holika Dahan celebration, people gathered around a bonfire and sing and dance. Holika Dahan signifies the triumph of good over evil. Know more About Holika Dahan Celebration. Visit here:- Holika Dahab Celebration

Holi – The Festival of Colors

Holi is also one of the Popular Indian festivals in March celebrated by the Hindu community but it is also considered the cultural festival of India. Not only in India but also in other countries, people celebrate this festival of colors with full joy and excitement.

Also Read:- Cultural Festivals in India

Maha Shivratri

Maha Shivratri is a religious festival celebrated by the Hindu community. On this festival, people offer prayers in the Shivalaya or Shiv Temple and keep fast during the whole day. A glimpse of the Maha Shivratri celebration can be seen mostly in North India. Thus the festival is considered as North India Festival

Also Read:- Indian Festivals in April

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