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Bihari's Festival Calendar Holidays of Bihar State in 2014

The bihar Festivals calendar of india in 2014 has only less holidays in 2014. At the same time it has traditional festivals celebrated every calendar year alike in upcoming 2014 year. Bihar festivals and events are very ancient that are still followed and have a place in present calendar 2014. In the calendar state of bihar there is no calendar for biharis if there is not a holiday on Chatth Puja 2014 that is observed two times in a year in 2014

2014 Holiday List Government, Public, National in India

2014 Holiday List Government, Public, National in India: The New Year 2014 is to be started from Wednesday 1st January 2014 and the list of Government/National/Public Holidays 2014 with the festival events list had been mentioned below which is applicable for all the states in India like Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya…

Andhra Pradesh State Festival Calendar 2014 for Telugu Public in India

The Festivals in the state of Andhra Pradesh dictates the public holidays in every calendar month in 2014. Andhra Pradesh has people of cosmopolitan with different religious customs and culture of the state. There are mostly muslims and telugu golti people in ap following telugu calendar 2014 and islamic calendar 2014 apart from other communities like tamils, oriyans celebrating festivals. The public national holidays are fixed by the government…

Festivals Calendar Holidays 2014 for Arunachal Pradesh Public

…can find hindu, muslim, christian celebrating their major festivals according to their own calendar in the year 2014 like diwali, ramzan, christmas. Apart from that the tribes in arunachal pradesh have their own unique festivals like Losar, Boori Boot, 2014 Solung calendar, Mopin, Dree, Khan 2014, Kshyatsowai, 2014 Nechi Dau, Loku, 2014 Longte Yullo, Moi, Nyokum, 2014 Ojiale, Reh, Sanken, Si-Donyi and Tamladu which also includes animal sacrifice…