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Here is a list of festivals in April, from Eid al-Fitr and Baisakhi to Ram Navami

From Eid al-Fitr to Ram Navami, Here's What April Holds.

By: Team Pardaphash  Pardaphash Group
Here is a list of festivals in April, from Eid al-Fitr and Baisakhi to Ram Navami

As April unfolds, India braces itself for a vibrant tapestry of festivals, marking the onset of spring and the commencement of the new financial year. With a rich cultural heritage and diverse traditions, this month promises a plethora of celebrations and events, embodying the spirit of unity amidst diversity.

Attuvela Mahotsavam

April 9 will witness the colorful spectacle of Attuvela Mahotsavam, a water carnival celebrated with fervor in Kerala. Illuminated canoes adorned with temple replicas navigate the waters amidst traditional percussion music, creating a captivating ambiance.

Eid al-Fitr

Tentatively slated for April 11, Eid al-Fitr heralds the culmination of Ramadan, the month of fasting, and beckons joyous festivities among Muslim communities. Families and friends come together to indulge in feasts, exchange gifts, and revel in new attire, epitomizing the spirit of togetherness.


April 13 marks the jubilant celebration of Baisakhi, signifying the onset of the Solar year. The Sikh community commemorates this occasion with exuberant festivities, accompanied by vibrant performances of bhangra and gidda, symbolizing the spirit of harvest and renewal.

Tamil New Year

April 14 ushers in the Tamil New Year, known as Puthandu, celebrated with traditional delicacies and the adornment of homes with intricate kolams. Across Tamil Nadu, the air is filled with the aroma of festive cuisines and the vibrant hues of rangoli.

Poila Baisakh

On April 15, Poila Baisakh marks the advent of the Bengali New Year, observed with fervent enthusiasm by Bengali communities across West Bengal, Bangladesh, Assam, and Tripura. Traditional feasts and the donning of new attire signify new beginnings and prosperity.

Ram Navami

April 17 commemorates the auspicious occasion of Ram Navami, celebrating the birth of Lord Rama. Festivities ensue across the nation, with rituals, musical performances, and devotional fervor resonating in every corner.

Amidst these festive jubilations, April also signifies a blend of national and international events, including Odisha Foundation Day, World Health Day, and Hanuman Jayanti, underscoring the cultural mosaic and collective spirit of India. As the month unfolds, it offers a tapestry of traditions and celebrations, embodying the essence of unity in diversity.

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