Our Christian Calendar 2021 features dates of Christian festivals and holidays celebrated in India. Check out Christian Festivals Calendar 2021.
Christian Festivals in India - India is not only a land of varying topographical features, but also a home to people belonging to different religions and ethnicity. The Indian Constitution has defined the country as a secular nation, hence people following different religions coexist in harmony here. As every religion is associated with a number of colorful festivals, it is a treat to eye and a wonderful experience for the soul to see people celebrating festivals in myriad ways. Though Hinduism is the dominant religion, all the important festivals of the other religions are also celebrated with equal enthusiasm and lavishness. A considerable number of Indians also follow Christianity and celebrate various Christian festivals. Christmas, Easter and Good Friday are some of the most famous festivals celebrated with pomp and gaiety. Not only the Christians, but also their friends and acquaintance from other religions soak themselves in the celebrations of the Christian festivals.
There are a number of places in India, where Christian festivals are celebrated on a grand manner. Goa, an erstwhile Portuguese colony, deserves a special mention here. Goa, the smallest Indian state, boasts the oldest and most beautiful Indian churches. These Churches celebrate the regular Christian festivals and also give equal treatment to other auspicious days in the Christian calendar by feasting, prayers and processions. Many other states also celebrate these great occasions with immense fanfare.
Christmas, as we all know, is a prominent Christian festival, and is celebrated with great enthusiasm across the length and breadth of the country. Easter and Good Friday are also observed with equal respect and religious touch. Schools and other educational institutions remain closed on both the festivals. Here we have provided below a list of famous Christian festivals of India.
Christian Holidays 2021
|Jan 06, Wednesday||Epiphany|
|March 14, Sunday||Mothering Sunday|
|March 28, Sunday||Palm Sunday|
|April 2, Friday||Good Friday|
|April 4, Sunday||Easter Day|
|October 31, Sunday||Halloween|
|November 30, Tuesday||St Andrews Day|
|December 25, Saturday||Christmas|