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Observance to create unity, ease suffering, and bring peace. Observed every third Sunday of January.

Commemorates the martyrdom of the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad.

Festival marking the day the sun begins its northward journey and enters the sign of Makar. Celebrants traditionally bathe at the Prayag and Ganga Sagar.

Commemoration of a battle in which forty Sikhs died for Guru Gobindh Singh Ji.

First day of the first month of the Islamic year.

Culmination of the Christmas season when the Magi arrive in Bethlehem; Epiphany means the “showing.”

Feast to recall the revelation of the Trinity in Christ’s baptism.

Celebrates the birth of Guru Gobind Singh, the last of the ten Gurus.

Non-religious and traditional celebration of the new calendar year.

Commemoration of St. Basil the Great, father of Eastern monasticism.

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