Central, State Government Gazetted, Restricted and Public Holidays in February 2023
February 2023 has a list of restricted holidays with important dates and timings that are significant to various religions and cultures. Among these days are Hazarat Ali’s Birthday, Guru Ravi Das’s Birthday, Thaipusam, Birthday of Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Maha Shivratri, Shivaji Jayanti, Amavasya, Pournami, Sankashti Chaturthi, Karthigai, Pradosham, Valarpirai Suba Muhurtham, and Theipirai Muhurtham. These days are celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion by people of different beliefs across the world.
February 2023 Calendar Overview
|Working Days||20 Days|
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Amavasya Date in February 2023
|Amavasya Start Time||(19.2.2023) 4.04 PM|
|Amavasya End Time||(20.2.2023) 1.47 PM|
Pournami Date in February 2023
|Pournami Start Time||(4.2.2023) 10.41 PM|
|Pournami End Time||(5.2.2023) 12.48 AM|
Sankashti Chaturthi Date in February 2023
|Sankashti Chaturthi Date||09.02.2023|
|Sankashti Chaturthi Day||Thursday|
|Sankashti Chaturthi Start Time||(9.2.2023) 5.44 AM|
|Sankashti Chaturthi End Time||(10.2.2023) 6.27 AM|
Karthigai Date in February 2023
|Karthigai Start Time||(26.2.2023) 9.04 AM|
|Karthigai End Time||(27.2.2023) 9.58 AM|
Pradosham Date in February 2023
|Pradosham Date||Pradosham Day|
Valarpirai Suba Muhurtham Dates in February 2023
|Valarpirai Muhurtham Date||Valarpirai Muhurtham Day|
Theipirai Muhurtham Date in February 2023
|Theipirai Muhurtham Date||Theipirai Muhurtham Date|
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What holidays are observed in India during February 2023?
February 2023 has a list of restricted holidays with important dates and timings that are significant to various religions and cultures. Among these days are Hazarat Ali’s Birthday, Guru Ravi Das’s Birthday, Thaipusam, Birthday of Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Maha Shivratri, Shivaji Jayanti, Amavasya, Pournami, Sankashti Chaturthi, Karthigai, Pradosham, Valarpirai Suba Muhurtham, and Theipirai Muhurtham.
Are these holidays observed nationwide in India?
These holidays are celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion by people of different beliefs across the world, but they are not necessarily observed nationwide in India. Some holidays, such as Maha Shivratri and Shivaji Jayanti, are more widely recognized and celebrated than others.
What is the significance of these holidays?
Each holiday has its own unique significance within the beliefs and cultural practices of different communities. Hazarat Ali’s Birthday, for example, commemorates the birth of the fourth caliph of Islam and a significant figure in Shia Islam. Guru Ravi Das’s Birthday marks the birth of a revered saint and poet in the Bhakti movement of Hinduism. Thaipusam is a Tamil Hindu festival celebrating the victory of Lord Murugan over evil, while Maha Shivratri is a major Hindu festival honoring the god Shiva. Shivaji Jayanti celebrates the birth of the great warrior king who founded the Maratha Empire in Western India. Amavasya and Pournami are important days in the Hindu lunar calendar, while Sankashti Chaturthi is dedicated to the worship of the elephant-headed god Ganesha. Karthigai is a Tamil Hindu festival of lights, while Pradosham is a day of worship for Lord Shiva. Valarpirai Suba Muhurtham and Theipirai Muhurtham are considered auspicious days for performing certain rituals and ceremonies.
Are there any restrictions or guidelines for observing these holidays?
Depending on the holiday and the customs associated with it, there may be certain restrictions or guidelines for observing the holiday. For example, some holidays may involve fasting or refraining from certain activities, while others may involve specific rituals.