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Telugu Calendar 2019 Festivals & Holidays

Telugu Calendar 2019

India is the country to home different cultures and traditions. It rejoices in every festival that is being celebrated every year by Indians with lots of fervour and enthusiasm. Whether it is Pongal or Onam, Eid or Holi, or holidays to pay tribute to the martyrs of India, you will see multi-diversity in its greatness here only. If we talk about festivals that are observed by Telugu people, they are so vast in numbers that remembering the dates of every important day is quite impractical. So, to ease this problem for Telugu people in India and worldwide, we have brought Telugu Calendar 2019.

Telugu Panchangam (calendar) lists the dates of all important fasts and festivals that will be observed and celebrated this year. It is a platform that offers chances to people to organize their plans better. It is also a means for them to meet their closed and loved ones, and enjoy important celebrations of 2019 together. Read Telugu Calendar 2019 to know more about religious and important festivities that will be celebrated this year.

Holiday Day Date
Bhogi (First Day of Pongal) Monday January 14, 2019
Makar Sankranti Tuesday January 15, 2019
Kanuma Wednesday January 16, 2019
Mukkanuma Thursday January 17, 2019
Republic Day Saturday January 26, 2019
Ratha Saptami Tuesday February 12, 2019
Jaya Ekadashi Saturday February 16, 2019
Bhishma Dwadashi Saturday February 16, 2019
Vijaya Ekadashi Saturday March 2, 2019
Maha Shivaratri Monday March 4, 2019
Amalaki Ekadashi Sunday March 17, 2019
Papmochani Ekadashi Sunday March 31, 2019
Babu Jagjivan Ram Birthday Friday April 5, 2019
Ugadi / Telugu New Year Saturday April 6, 2019
Sri Rama Navami Sunday April 14, 2019
Kamada Ekadashi Monday April 15, 2019
Good Friday Friday April 19, 2019
Hanuman Jayanti Friday April 19, 2019
Varuthini Ekadashi Tuesday April 30, 2019
Akshaya Tritiya Tuesday May 7, 2019
Mohini Ekadashi Wednesday May 15, 2019
Apara Ekadashi Thursday May 30, 2019
Vat Savitri Puja Monday June 3, 2019
Nirjala Ekadashi Thursday June 13, 2019
Yogini Ekadashi Saturday June 29, 2019
Puri Rath Yatra Thursday July 4, 2019
Guru Purnima Tuesday July 16, 2019
Kamika Ekadashi Sunday July 28, 2019
Nag Panchami Monday August 5, 2019
Varalakshmi Vratam Friday August 9, 2019
Shravana Putrada Ekadashi Sunday August 11, 2019
Raksha Bandhan Thursday August 15, 2019
Krishna Janmashtami Saturday August 24, 2019
Ganesh Chaturthi Monday September 2, 2019
Parivartani Ekadashi Monday September 9, 2019
Pitru Paksha Friday September 13, 2019
Vishwakarma Puja Tuesday September 17, 2019
Indira Ekadashi Wednesday September 25, 2019
Navratri Begins Sunday September 29, 2019
Maha Navami (Navratri ends) Monday October 7, 2019
Dussehra / Dasara Tuesday October 8, 2019
Papankusha Ekadashi Wednesday October 9, 2019
Karwa Chauth Thursday October 17, 2019
Rama Ekadashi Thursday October 24, 2019
Dhanteras Friday October 25, 2019
Deepothsavam / Deepavali Sunday October 27, 2019
Govardhan Puja Monday October 28, 2019
Bhai Dooj Tuesday October 29, 2019
Nagula Chavithi Thursday October 31, 2019
Utpanna Ekadashi Friday November 22, 2019
Mokshada Ekadashi Sunday December 8, 2019
Margashirsha Purnima Sunday December 22, 2019

Note: This Calendar for 2019 is designed by our profound experts on the basis of the position of Sun and Moon. Dates of the Telugu fasts and festivals may vary according to the geographic location of different places. So, it is advised to check location and timings of an event before following Telugu Calendar 2019.

Telugu Calendar 2019 - A fusion of Dates and Festivities

Telugu Calendar 2019 includes all important fasts and festivals that are widely celebrated in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and the communities of Telugus in India and globally. Auspicious festivals that are believed to bring good luck and prosperity in one’s life are farmost the highest priority to include in this calendar. All these festivals and their dates are strictly analysed and calculated in order to provide you the right information. Telugus here celebrate these festivities devotedly and with lots of happiness. They believe that performing theses sacred Vratam and celebrating these felicitous festivals with lots of fervour and merriment would bring success and prosperity in their lives.

Telugu Fasts and Festivals 2019 - At a Glance

Festivals such as Ugadi, Makar Sankranti, etc are the major events that are considered highly auspicious and believed to bring prosperity and happiness. The propitious occasion of Makara Sankranthi (as known in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana) is celebrated by Telugu people for 4 days. First day of this festivity is known as Bhogi, second being the main day of Makar Sankranti, third as Kanuma and the fourth and last day as Mukkanuma.

Festivities proceed with various events such as colorful decorations, village children going from one house to other for treats (in some areas), fairs being organized in different places along with dances, bonfires, kite flying, and delicious feasts for people. Overall, the festivity is the time for joy and merriment. This year this festival would be observed from January 14 to January 17 to welcome Uttarayana (the movement of Sun towards North). This is also the beginning of harvest festival, and it is a way for Telugus to show their happiness and gratitude towards God, Cattle and Mother Nature (for helping them in the successful growth of the crops).

Another major event that is being celebrated every year is the Telugu New Year. It is called as Ugadi in local language and will be observed on April 6, 2019. On this occasion, people clean their homes, offices, etc to sweep out the negativities plaguing their lives. Furthermore, Telugu people draw colorful Rangoli or Kolamulus in Telugu, decorate their homes with fresh smelling flowers and tie festoons of Toranulu (mango leaves) outside their doors. They also wear new clothes, buy and give gifts, donate to the poor and needy, take special baths which is followed by treatment with oil, preparing and distribution of mouth-watering sweets and dishes called Pachadi, and finally visiting Hindu temples to pray and worship the Gods. All in all, people rejoice in welcoming the new promising prospects and opportunities that New Year or Ugadi brings with it. It is believed that by doing so, the happiness and joy will remain in the lives of people forever. Thus, they celebrate this propitious event with immense devotion and enthusiasm.

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Other important festivals that are celebrated by the people of Telugu community are Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussehra, Govardhan Puja, Nagula Chavithi, etc. These religious and auspicious festivals are the means for them to invite their friends and relatives living in India or abroad. Together with their closed and loved ones, Telugu people celebrate these festivities with lots of gaiety and fun.

All the festivals mentioned in Telugu Calendar 2019 are the occasions for people to prosper and fulfill their wishes for a great and happy future ahead. You can use this Telugu Panchangam 2019 for managing your important plannings such as birthdays, engagements, marriages, commencing a new business or other activity, etc. AstroSage hopes that Telugu Calendar 2019 will prove to be quite informational and helpful for you to organise your plan, whether to meet your loved ones or to carry out an important tasks, better.

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