Home
Nursery Rhymes
QUOTES for Kids
Festivals
Little Writers
Birthday Book
Jokes
Riddles
Puzzles
Dental Care
Junior Cookery
Animal Kingdom
Green Friends
Flowers
Vegetables
Bugs
Birds
Insects
Fruits
News of the month
General Knowledge
Amazing Facts
Entertainment
Fun with Numbers
Quotes
Quotable Quotes
Food
Do's and Donot's
Proverbs
Special Days
Festivals of India
About India
Independence Day
About Kerala
X' Mas
New Year
Interior Decoration
Flower Garden
Kitchen Garden
Mothers Corner
Teachers Desk
Well Wishers Desk
Glittering Jewels
Yellow Pages
News Room
Feedback
 
 
SPECIAL DAYS IN THE YEAR
 
January
  • 1st - The Beginning of the New Year
  • 13th - Lohri : Punjabi festival, celebrated a day before Makar Sankranti, to mark the culmination of winter.
  • 14th - Makar Sankranti : Celebrates the Sun's entry into the Tropic of Capricon in Magha Maas, as well as the awakening of the Gods from their long slumber.
  • 14th - Pongal : The most important and celebrated harvest festival of South India.
  • 21st - Bakr-id : Commemorates Prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son on Allah's orders.
  • 26th - Republic Day : The day Independent India adopted its constitution.

February

  • 13th - Basant Panchami : A festival celebrated during Spring, in reverence of Goddess Saraswati the Goddess of Knowledge.
  • 14th - Valentine's Day : Commemorating Saint Valentine of Rome, who conducted secret marriages, defying the decree of Emperor Claudius II that outlawed marriagesof young men.
  • 19th - Birth anniversary of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
  • 20th - Muharram : Commemorating the death of Hazrat Imam Hussain, in the battle of Karbala.
 
 

March

  • 8th - Maha Shivratri : Festival to celebrate the day Lord Shiva was married to Parvathy.
  • 8th - International Woman's Day.
  • 14th - Sikh New Year : Nanakshahi Era 537 begings.
  • 21st - Jamshed Navroz : Beginning of Parsi New Year as per Fasli Calendar.
  • 25th - Good Friday : Originally known as God's Friday, this is to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
  • 25th - Holi : Celebrating Lord Vishnu's intervetion to save Prahlad from Holika.
  • 26th - Dhuleti/Vasantotsava : Celebrating the arrival of Spring by sprayingcolored water on others.
  • 27th - Easter Sunday : Commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
 
April
  • 9th - Ugadi : Beginning of the Hindu Lunar Calendar. While it is Ugadi in Andhra and Karnataka, in Maharashtrait is Gudi Padava.
  • 9th - Cheti Chand : Beginning of Sindhi New Year.
  • 13th - Baisakhi : A festival in North India to celebrate harvest and the New Year.
  • 14th - Ambedkar Jayanthi : Birth Anniversary of Dr. B R Ambedkar, father of Indian Constitution.
  • 14th - Puthandu/ Vishu : Beginning of the Tamil/ Malayalam New Year.
  • 15th - Poila Baisakh/ Bihu : Beginning of the Bengali and Assameae New Year.18th
  • 18th - Ramnavami : Birth Anniversary of Lord Rama.
  • 22nd - Mahavir Jayanti : Birth Anniversary of Bhagwan Mahavir, founder of Jainism.
  • 22nd - Eid - E - Milad : Birth Anniversary of Prophet Mohammed.
  • 24th - Hanuman Jayanthi : Birth Anniversary of Hanuman, devotee of Lord Rama.
 
 
 
Kids Web India-A portal for kids,kids web site,kids portal,online games for kids,entertainment& educational multilingual web site for children with interactive activities,personal portal for children,quiz,safe kids site,kids portal for parents,teachers,best kids portal,kerala,india,indian children,kerala children,G.K,Quiz,child artists.
eXTReMe Tracker
Web Design & Hosting, Web content development & web site Promotion, e-Business solutions, Software development, malayalam web site development.
http://www.tekwebvisuals.com e-mail: info@tekwebvisuals.com
Web Design & Hosting, Web content development & web site Promotion, e-Business solutions, Software development, malayalam web site development.
Copyright © 2004. kidswebindia.com
All Rights Reserved.
Site Powered By TEK WEB VISUALS
934913-7715 / 974422-2451