Indian Festivals in November 2023  | November Festivals of India List

November month comes with many fun and exciting moments in India. There are some major Indian festivals in November 2023. The festivals in November hold immense cultural and religious significance. Check out the list of Indian festivals in November 2023 here. Get ready for the celebration of beautiful festivals in November and make your holiday plan according to the festival date.

List of Indian Festivals in November 2023

Here is the list of upcoming Indian festivals in November with the date.

S.N.November Festival NameDate 2023
1Karwa Chauth1 November
2Dhanteras10 November
3Diwali, Narak Chaturdashi12 November
4Goverdhan Puja, Bhai Dooj, Childrens Day14 November
5Chhath Puja19 November
6Tulsi Vivah24 November
7Dev Diwali26 November

Introduction to November Festivals 2023

Karva Chauth – A Day of Love and Fasting

Karva Chauth is a festival observed by married Hindu women, who fast from sunrise to moonrise for the longevity and well-being of their husbands. It is a day of love, devotion, and solidarity among married women, who come together to perform rituals and break their fast after sighting the moon. Know more about- Moon Festivals in India

Kali Puja – Bengal’s Worship of Goddess Kali

Kali Puja, a significant festival in West Bengal, honours Goddess Kali, the fierce and powerful deity. Elaborate rituals and cultural programs are organized in temples and pandals to seek the goddess’s blessings and protection from evil forces.

Diwali – The Festival of Lights

Diwali, the festival of lights, is the most widely celebrated festival in India and holds great religious and cultural importance. Homes and public spaces are adorned with colourful lights, oil lamps (diyas), and intricate rangoli designs. The festival signifies the victory of light over darkness and the triumph of knowledge over ignorance.

Bhai Dooj – Celebrating Sibling Bond

November concludes with Bhai Dooj, a festival that celebrates the unique bond between brothers and sisters. Sisters perform rituals and apply tilak (vermilion) on their brothers’ foreheads, symbolizing their love and protection. In return, brothers offer gifts and vow to safeguard their sisters.