April month Marathi calendar 2018

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The month starts with the importance of Easter to the celebration of spring harvesting and concludes with the holy day in buddhism. Following are the list of Holidays and festivals in April 2018.

04 – April Month – Calendar 2018

 

April 01, 2018 (Sunday) –

Bank Holiday. It is followed by the Financial Ending (previous year) of country’s fiscal department on 31st March every year.

Easter. The celebration of resurrection of Jesus christ. Now a days, Chirstians celebrate this day by decorating Easter Egg.

April 14, 2018 (Saturday) –

 

Baisakhi. The spring harvesting festival and marking of new solar year, are mainly celebrated amongs Sikhism and Hinduism. People do decorate halls and organise kirtans after gathering at Gurudwaras.

April 22. 2018 (Sunday)

Earth Day. This day is celebrated as Earth Day in whole world, where people choose to contribute for the maintenance of our mother Earth. This year theme is plastic. So the objective of this year Earth day will be to clean plastic from our environment to make our Earth pollution free.

April 30, 2018 (Monday) –

Buddh Purnima. Tradional holiday is observed on this day on occassion of birthday of Prince Siddhartha who later became Gautam Buddha. People from Buddh Culture celebrate this day by organising Talks by monks, reciting devotional verses and meditation.

April 01, 2018 (Sunday)

Bank Holiday. It is followed by the Financial Ending (previous year) of country’s fiscal department on 31st March every year.

Easter. The celebration of resurrection of Jesus christ. Now a days, Chirstians celebrate this day by decorating Easter Egg.

April 14, 2018 (Saturday)

Baisakhi. The Spring harvesting festival and marking of new solar year, are mainly celebrated amongs Sikhism and Hinduism. People do decorate halls and organize kirtans after gathering at Gurudwaras.

April 30, 2018 (Monday)

Buddh Purnima. Tradional holiday is observed on this day on occassion of birthday of Prince Siddhartha who later became Gautam Buddha. People from Buddh Culture celebrate this day by organising Talks by monks, reciting devotional verses and meditation.