Telugu Calendar 2019

India is a land of festivals. It has different colors, multiple shades and endless patterns. The festivals in India are many. There are several religions, regions and communities each having a specific way of celebration. With Telugu Calendar 2019, know important festivals and celebratory days observed by Telugu natives. Read the calendar given below to know more about Telugu festivals and religious considerations.

Telugu Calendar 2019: List of Festivals

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: The chart given above displays dates of festivals which are calculated after a lot of research by our dedicated team. Lunisolar calendar system was used to find out these days. The position of Sun and Moon differs at every geographic location. Check your location and time zone before referring to this calendar as the dates may vary.

The calendar made for this community is similar to the Vedic calendar in many terms. However, Southern India does not follow things same as in Northern India. The New Year of Telugu people begins in the month of April. They are very particular about fasting for Ekadashi. They would meet and celebrate with all their near and dear ones on all the days of significance. The calendar of Telugu community is called Telugu Panchangam. It lists dates of fasts as well as festivals critical to their religious faith.

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Telugu Calendar 2019: Cultural Significance Telugu Calendar 2019 is a blend of all the important dates and festivals that would make you smile and your stars shine. Festivals are such occasions when everybody celebrates life, be it on a small scale or large. They create an atmosphere of happiness, enjoyment and affection. People start preparing for major festivals prior to their arrival. Many of us wait eagerly for these days. In this calendar, we have tried to bring to you most accurate predictions for the dates of such festivals. Since Moon and Sun change their positions from time to time, it is difficult to declare a date so early. We have, however, taken the initiative, so you can plan how you wish to celebrate these festivals before they actually arrive. Keep checking our page to stay updated with these lists.

Most of the festivals in Telangana are also celebrated in Andhra Pradesh, the later being a parent state of the fastest growing state of India. Telangana is known for start-ups business ventures, innovation and technology. However, that does not mean they are indifferent to their religious considerations. Festivals are celebrated with equal fervour and enthusiasm as in any other state of country. As per them, festivals bring good luck and promise prosperity. They would observe fast or Vratam and perform sacred rituals with same zeal as they work to make a developed economic system.

At MyKundli, we have vehemently analyzed and calculated the dates of all the major festivals celebrated by Telugu community. We aim at providing you with the right information.

Major Telugu Fasts and Festivals 2019

Ugadi, Makar Sankranti, Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussehra, Govardhan Puja, Nagula Chavithi, etc. are some festivals celebrated with joy by Telugu community. On these days, people will decorate their houses, children will receive gifts, there will be dances and traditional food shall be prepared. There is a special way to celebrate different festivals. For instance, Ugadi is celebrated like Diwali. People clean their houses, draw rangoli at their doors, put fresh flowers, wear new clothes and exchange sweets. Taking bath in water mixed with special oils is also a tradition. Makar Sankranti is a 4 day festival namely - Bhogi, Sankranthi, Kanuma and Mukkanuma. Mother nature holds a special place in telugu festivals. Their rituals revolve around nature. Uttarayana which is the day marking the beginning of harvesting season is celebrated to show gratitude for a good yield. Cattle is also worshipped in this festival.

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Telugu Panchangam 2019 can be used for managing important events like birthdays, marriages, purchasing property, starting a new business, etc. MyKundli hopes this information proves to be useful to you.