Date wise calendar of festivals for August

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Let us quickly have a look on the famous festivals of the world in a date wise format.

A date wise calendar of festivals has been enlisted below:

Festivals from 1st to 15th August

  • On 1st August, Benin and Switzerland have their National Days.
  • Rakhsa Bandhan, a Hindu religious festival is on the 2nd of August.
  • Islander Children’s Day is on 4th August with Jamaica’s National day on the 5th. Also, Ambifair Festival, Brisbane is on the 5th of August.
  • On 6th, Cook Islands has its Constitution Day while Bolivia has Independence Day on the same date. Garma Festival is also commemorated on 6th August.
  • On 9th, there is Singapore’s National Day and Darwin Festival.
  • Krishna Janmashtami, Hindu religious festival is on the 10th of August.
  • On 11th and 14th, Chad and Pakistan have their National Day and Independence Day respectively.
  • Dormition of Theotokos, a Christian festival in the memory of V1irgin Mary is on 15th. Also, Townville Cultural Festival is commemorated on the same day.

Festivals from 16th to 31st August

  • On 18th August, Henley-On-Todd Regatta is rejoiced which is also considered the festival of rowers.
  • On 19th of August, Muslims will celebrate their religious festival of Eid-ul-Fitr.
  • On 25th August, Mareeba Multicultural Festival is rejoiced to pay homage to culturally diverse groups.
  • On 27th of August, Karen Wrist Tying Ceremony will be celebrated in Hobart.
  • On 31st, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia and Tobago have their National Day respectively.

 

Date wise calendar of festivals of January

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Let us show you a date wise calendar of festivals that are celebrated in the month of January.

January is met with a warm welcome from everyone around the world. The people celebrate this month with interesting festivals and events. Many festivals are of cultural, seasonal and religious nature. Let us share some of the most important January festivals in a date wise calendar.

Events from 1 to 10 January

In the beginning of January, the people commemorate New Year Eve in various parts of the world. On 1st of January, Taste Festival is commemorated in Hobart with Feast of St. Basil on the same day. On 5th, the Sikh community rejoices the birth of Guru Gobind Singh. On 6th, 7th and 8th, Christmas is celebrated by Armenians and Orthodox Christians. On 7th, Sydney festival is organized; a huge celebration of music, dance and art.

Events from 11 to 20 January

On 13th, Schutzenfest, a German cultural festival is commemorated. On 15th, we have World Religion Day that is rejoiced in around 80 countries of the world. The Christians celebrate Epiphany, a religious festival on 20th of January.

Events from 21 to 31 January

Tet, a Vietnamese cultural festival and Chinese New Year are celebrated on 23rd of January. On 25th of January, the noteworthy events are Australia Day Live and Burns Night. Both are famous cultural events of Australia.

There are various other events and festivals that are commemorated in the month of January as well. You can join any festival that is commemorated around the region you live.