The festive season of 2023 will begin with a bang in October. However, leading up to this, there are various important celebrations that one must know about as we enter New Year 2023. With the New Year just a few days away, people will want to know when significant holidays and festivals in 2023 fall. And one integral month that sets the tone for the festive season 2023 is sure to be September. The month begins with commemorating a grand Hindu festival, Janmashtami, which celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna. September also brings the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi 2023, which will fall on September 19. As we prepare for this and various other festivities in the month, having the complete list of the September 2023 Festivals Calendar handy is bound to be helpful. Hindu Festivals 2023 Dates’ List for PDF Download Online: Know About Major Celebrations in This Year.

The month of August ends with the celebrations of Raksha Bandhan with great fervour and enthusiasm. This energy and fervour of festivity continue in September as we celebrate Krishna Janmashtami on September 6 and 7. This annual observance is of great importance in various parts of the country and is a grand celebration for Krishna devotees worldwide. In addition, September 5 marks the celebration of Teacher’s Day in India, an excellent opportunity for you to make the teachers in your life feel extra loved. List of Long Weekends in 2023 in India: Holiday Dates To Make the Most of Your Vacations.

Complete September 2023 Festivals Calendar 

Date Day Festival/Event
September 5, 2023  Tuesday Teacher’s Day
September 6, 2023  Wednesday Janmashtami
September 7, 2023  Thursday Dahi Handi
September 14, 2023  Thursday Hindi Diwas
September 15, 2023  Friday Visvevaraya Jayanti / Engineer's Day
September 19, 2023  Tuesday Ganesh Chaturthi
September 23, 2023  Saturday Autumnal Equinox 
September 27, 2023  Wednesday Eid-e-Milad

The middle of September is marked with various events like Hindi Diwas (September 14) and Engineer’s Day (September 19). But in addition to this, two main festivals also fall in this month. Ganesh Chaturthi, a grand 10-day festival where people invite Lord Ganpati into their homes, will start on September 19. This celebration is known to be particularly grandiose in Maharashtra. The month of September ends with the celebration of Eid-e-Milad on September 27. Unline Ramadaan Eid and Bakri Eid, Eid-e-Milad is a considerably smaller event celebrated with great fervour by the Muslim community.

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