The fun and gaiety of Indian celebrations continue throughout the year. The celebration of the festivals in September is a blend of tradition with enthusiasm.
Festivals in September
There are several festivals that are held in the month of September.
Teachers day (September 5, 2022)Teacher's Day is celebrated every year on 5th September in honour of teachers. Teachers are respected in schools on this day, children lead a teacher's life on this day and run the entire school on their responsibility under discipline.
Onam (September 8, 2022) Onam is a major festival in Kerala. Onam is also a national festival in Kerala. The festival of Onam is organized every year in September to welcome King Mahabali, which lasts for ten days.
Ganesh Visarjan (September 9, 2022) On this occasion, people immerse the idol of Ganesh Ji installed in their homes in the river or sea. On this day a person gets infinite auspicious results and for this reason, it is also known as Anant Chaturdashi.
Grand parents day (September 11, 2022) Those people are very lucky to get the love of their grandparents in childhood. In their love and affection, life's education and rites are intertwined. Being a respectable and elderly member of the house, everyone respects them and everything they say is followed.
Vishkarma puja (September 17, 2022) Lord Vishwakarma, who is called the greatest civil engineer of the mythological period, is worshipped on Kanya Sankranti. Lord Vishwakarma was born on this day, hence it is also called Vishwakarma Jayanti.
Navratri (September 26, 2022) The word Navratri is a Sanskrit word, which means 'nine nights. During these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of Shakti/Devi are worshipped. The tenth day is famous as Dussehra. Navratri is an important major festival that is celebrated all over India with great enthusiasm.
Last Updated on : February 15, 2022