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Date-festival:March Calendar: This month will see many major festivals including Shivratri, Holi

Date-festival:March Calendar: This month will see many major festivals including Shivratri, Holi

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Many major fasts and festivals will come in the month of March, including Shivratri, Holi. This month is starting with the nectar period with the seed date of Vad Paksha of Maha Maha At the beginning of the month, the fast of the first revered Ganesha Lord is taking place from Angarak Choth. After that, big festivals like Vijaya Ekadashi, Mahashivaratri and Holi will also come in this special month. 

All these fasts are of great religious significance. The month of March is also special because there are two Ekadashis coming up this month, which are Vijaya Ekadashi and Amalki Ekadashi. This month is considered to be very good for Vishnu devotees. Let us know the date of the main festivals coming in the month of March and what is their religious significance.

March 2, Tuesday: - Angarak Choth - The fast of Angarak Choth is performed
on the fourth day of Vad Paksha in the month of Maha. This Choth is dedicated to Lord Ganesha and on this day Lord Ganesha, the destroyer of obstacles, is worshiped and fasted. It is believed that fasting Angarak Choth yields the fruits of Choth Vrat throughout the year.

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March 3, Wednesday: - Kalashtami
will be fasted on the fifth day of Vad Paksha in the month of Kalashtami. This fast is dedicated to Lord Shiva's form Kalabhairav. On this day, the story of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati is heard by waking up at night and blessings of happiness and prosperity are sought from them. It is believed that fasting Kalabhairav ​​brings liberation from all problems and negative powers like Tantra-Mantra.

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March 8, Monday: - Swami Dayanand Jayanti and World Women's Day -
Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti will be celebrated on Monday, March 8. Also, this day is World Women's Day. Swami Dayanandji was born in the city of Tankara in Gujarat and his mother's name was Yashodabai and his father's name was Karshanji Lalji Tiwari. His father was a rich, prosperous and influential man. He could have lived his life happily if he wanted to but he did many social reforms and established Arj Samaj.

March 9, Tuesday: - Vijaya Ekadashi -
Maha Pak Vad Ekadashi of the month is known as Vijaya Ekadashi and this time the auspicious date is coming on March 9. In the scriptures, Vijaya Ekadashi is considered to be the best of all vows and by performing this vow all sins are destroyed. Fasting on Vijaya Ekadashi brings victory in both worlds. This is the best vow to worship Lord Vishnu and receive his blessings.

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March 11, Thursday: - Mahashivaratri-
Shivaratri falls on the fourteenth day of every month Krishna Paksha but the fourteenth date in the Vad Paksha of Maha month is called Mahashivaratri. In Hinduism, the festival of Mahashivaratri is considered very special. This is the statement of fasting on this day. This is the main festival of Lord Shiva. It is believed that Lord Shivaji and Mother Parvatiji were married on this day. Worshiping Shiva-Parvati with a sincere mind on this day yields all kinds of auspicious fruits.

March 17, Wednesday: - Vinayak Choth -
The fourth date of the Sud Paksha of every month is dedicated to Lord Ganesha and there is a statement to fast on this day. On this day, after worshiping Lord Ganesha with rituals, Ladwa is offered.

March 21, Sunday: -
Holashtak begins - Holashtak begins every year eight days before Holi. This year the date is Sunday, March 21. According to the scriptures, the time from the eighth date of Sud Paksha in the month of Fagan to Fagal Poonam is called Holashtak. Doing any good deed during this time is considered taboo. After all, this period is inauspicious. In the meanwhile it is considered very inauspicious to do Manglik deeds.

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Thursday, March 25: - Amalki
Ekadashi - The Ekadashi date of the interest party in the month of Phagan is called Amalki Ekadashi. This time the auspicious date is Thursday, March 25. The Ekadashi that precedes Holi is also called Rangbhari Ekadashi. The mango tree should be worshiped on this day and those who cannot fast should consume mango. It yields many times the fruit. Banke Bihari Holi is specially organized in Mathura on the colorful Ekadashi day.

March 28, Sunday: - Holika Dahan -
Holi is considered to be the most important festival in Sanatan Dharma. It is mentioned in the scriptures that on the full moon day of the month of Phagan, it is worshiped by collecting sticks and ashes collected from Holashtak and burning Holika at auspicious times. This festival is the festival of truth.

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March 29, Monday: - Dhuleti: - Dhuleti
is celebrated on the unit date of Vad Paksha in the month of Phagan . On this day colors are painted on top of each other and this festival is celebrated in the form of Vasantotsav.  Gangaur Puja also begins on this day, which is celebrated with much fanfare especially in Rajasthan.

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