Govardhan Puja around the world in 2023

Govardhan Puja around the world in 2023
  How long until Govardhan Puja?
Govardhan Puja
  Dates of Govardhan Puja around the world
2024 Various Nov 2, Nov 4
India Nov 2
ChandigarhSat, Nov 2Regional Holiday
RajasthanSat, Nov 2Regional Holiday
Uttar PradeshSat, Nov 2Regional Holiday
UttarakhandSat, Nov 2Regional Holiday
NepalMon, Nov 4National Holiday
2023 Various Nov 13
India Nov 13
ChandigarhMon, Nov 13Regional Holiday
RajasthanMon, Nov 13Regional Holiday
Uttar PradeshMon, Nov 13Regional Holiday
UttarakhandMon, Nov 13Regional Holiday
NepalMon, Nov 13National Holiday
2022 Various Oct 25, Oct 26
India Oct 25, Oct 26
UttarakhandWed, Oct 26Regional Holiday
ChandigarhTue, Oct 25Regional Holiday
NepalWed, Oct 26National Holiday
2021 Various Nov 5
India Nov 5
RajasthanFri, Nov 5Regional Holiday
Uttar PradeshFri, Nov 5Regional Holiday
UttarakhandFri, Nov 5Regional Holiday
NepalFri, Nov 5National Holiday
2020 Various Nov 15
India Nov 15
Uttar PradeshSun, Nov 15Regional Holiday
UttarakhandSun, Nov 15Regional Holiday
NepalSun, Nov 15National Holiday

A day after Diwali in the month of Kartik. Celebrated by Hindus as the day Lord Krishna defeated the God Indra

  Which countries observe Govardhan Puja in 2023?
National Holiday Regional Holiday Not a public holiday Govt Holiday
  IndiaNov 13
  NepalNov 13

Govardhan Puja (Annakut Puja)  or Bali Pratipada is a Hindu festival that is usually held a day after the main Diwali in the month of Kartik. Depending on the lunar cycles, there is sometimes a one day gap between Diwali and Govardhan Puja. 

Govardhan Puja is celebrated as the day Lord Krishna defeated the God Indra. 

Devotees celebrate Govardhan Puja by preparing a large variety of vegetarian food such as wheat, rice, curry of gram flour and leafy vegetables in order to offer them to Lord Krishna.

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