Last updated on January 15th, 2023 at 11:22 am
March 2023 – A Month of Festivals and Auspicious Events in India
March 2023 brings with it a host of festivals and auspicious events that are celebrated with great enthusiasm and importance in India. From religious festivals to cultural events, this month is packed with opportunities to immerse oneself in the country’s rich heritage and culture.
One of the most significant religious events in March 2023 is Maha Shivratri, which falls on Tuesday, 15 March. This festival marks the day when Lord Shiva is worshipped with great devotion and devotion. It is considered to be an auspicious day for Hindu religion as it is believed that performing religious rituals on this day brings blessings and prosperity.
Another important religious festival of March 2023 is Holi. It is celebrated on the 29th of March, it is a festival of colors and joy. It is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil and the arrival of spring. It is a Hindu festival where people burn old possessions to signify letting go of the past and embracing new beginnings. It is believed that by doing so, it brings good luck and prosperity for the upcoming year.
In addition to these festivals, March 2023 also has several other important religious dates such as Gudi Padwa, Ugadi and Navreh. Gudi Padwa is celebrated on March 28th, Ugadi on March 29th and Navreh on March 30th, all these festivals are celebrated to mark the end of winter and the beginning of spring and are considered to be very auspicious for farmers and agricultural communities in India.
For students, March 2023 marks the end of the academic session and the start of board exams, it’s a time to focus on achieving goals and reaching new heights. For farmers, it is an important month as it marks the end of Rabi crop season and the beginning of summer crop season.
Kalnirnay Calendar March 2023
Kalnirnay Pachang March 2023
Events / Festivals in the month of March 2023 in the Kalnirnay Calendar 2023 are as follows –
- 3rd March 2023 Friday – Aamalki Ekdashi
- Monday 06th March 2023 – Holi
- Tuesday 7th March 2023 – Dhuliwandan
- 9th March 2023 – Tukaram Bhij
- Friday 10th March 2023 (As per Tithi) – Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayati
- Saturday 11th March 2023 – Sankashti Chaturthi
- Rang Panchami – 12th March 2023 Sunday
- 18th March 2023 Saturday – Papmochani Ekdashi
- 21st March 2023 Tuesday – Darsh Amavasya
- 21st March 2023 Tuesday – Dharmaveer Chhatrapati Shri Sambhaji Maharaj Punyatithi
- 22nd March 2023 Wednesday – Gudhi Padwa
- 23rd March 2023 – Thursday – Akkalkot Swami Maharaj Prakat Din
- 25th March 2023 Saturday – Vinayak Chaturthi
- 29th March 2023 Wednesday – Shirdi Sai Baba Utsav Aarambh
- 30th March 2023 Thursday – Sri Rama Navami
- 31st March 2023 Friday – Shirdi Sai Baba Utsav Samapti
In summary, March 2023 is a month of great religious significance with several important religious observances and festivals that are celebrated with great enthusiasm and importance. It is a perfect time to immerse oneself in the country’s rich heritage and culture, and to seek blessings and prosperity for the upcoming year.