March 2016 Panchak, Jayanti, Sakranti, Pradosh Vrat, Bhadra Dosh

March 2016
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Date Month Day Name of Ekadashis
5 March Saturday Vijaya Ekadashi
19 March Saturday Amalaki Ekadashi
Date Month Days Name of Purnimas
23 March Wednesday Phalguna Purnima Vrat
Date Month Days Name of Amavasya
9 March Wednesday Phalguna Amavasya
Pradosh Vrat
Dates Months Days Name of Pradosh
6 March Sunday Pradosh Vrat (Sukhl Paksh)
20 March Sunday Pradosh Vrat (Krishna Paksh)
Date Month Days Name of Chaturthi
27 March Sunday Sankashti Chaturthi
12 March Saturday Vinayaka Chaturthi
Date Month Days Name of Sankranties
14 March Monday Meena Sankranti
Starts On Ends On
Dates Month Time Dates Month Time
7 March 2:45 PM 11 March 3:40 PM
Bhadra Dosh
Bhadra Dosh Calander March 2015
Start On Ends On
Date Day Time Date Day Time
4 Friday 6:12 AM 4 Friday 6:04 PM
7 Monday 1:17 PM 7 Monday 11:57 PM
12 Saturday 7:36 AM 12 Saturday 6:05 PM
15 Tuesday 11:10 AM 15 Tuesday 10:31 PM
18 Friday 9:56 AM 19 Saturday 10:21 AM
22 Tuesday 3:16 AM 23 Wednesday 4:23 AM
26 Saturday 11:48 AM 26 Saturday 1:05 AM
30 Wednesday 7:25 AM 30 Wednesday 8:04 PM
Festivals This Month

4-March (Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti)
Dayanand Saraswati, born on 12 February 1824 was a Hindu religious leader who is well known as the founder of the Arya Samaj, a Hindu reform movement of the Vedic tradition. He was a profound scholar of the Vedic period and Sanskrit language. He was the first to give the call for Swarajya as "India for Indians" – in 1876 which was later taken up by Lokmanya ‘Bala gangadhar Tilak’. He expired on 30 October 1883 at the age of 59.

7-March (Maha Shivaratri/Shivaratri)
Mahashivaratri is the most significant festival for millions of Lord Shiva worshippers in India. Lord Shiva devotees celebrate the festival with faith and reverence. They observe fast on the day. Shivaratri is celebrated on the 6th night of the dark Phalgun (Feb or March) month every year. On the auspicious day, devotees keep vigil all night. Mahashivaratri marks the night, when Lord Shiva performed the ′Tandava′. On this day Shiva devotees observe fast and offer fruits, flowers and sacred bel leaves on Shiva Linga.

23-March (Holika Dahana)
Holika Dahan, popularly known as ‘Chhoti Holi’, is a Hindu festival which is usually observed in the month of February or March. The festival celebrates the death of Holika, who dies in her attempt to kill Prahlada, son of hirnyakashyap. Holi is a two day festival where the eve of Holi is known as Holika Dahan or Holika. It is also called as ‘kama dahana’.  

24-March (Holi/ Dolyatra)
Holi, amongst the most distinct culturally-rooted festivals of India, evokes the spirit of the spring season. The way Holi in India stirs up excitement among people, no other festival can. Holi festival is famously associated with colours and water balloons. 

The festival of Dolyatra is celebrated with pomp and dignity in the state of West Bengal. It is essentially a festival of colours, just as Holi. Dolyatra is so special in West Bengal for the fact that it is the last festival of Bengali Year. It celebrates the legend of Radha and Krishna which says that Lord Krishna expressed his love to her beloved Radha on the day of Dolyatra.

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