The year 2022 is going to come soon and with the arrival of this year, everyone is also curious to know the date of Teej-festivals. We pacify your curiosity and tell you the dates of the main festivals of the year 2022. 

January 

Paush Putrada Ekadashi

  • Date - January 13 
  • Significance- Lord Vishnu with Sudarshan Chakra is worshiped on this particular day. A fast is also kept on this day to bear a child.
  • Shubh Muhurta- 7:15 am on 13th January to 9:21 am on 14th January.

Pongal and Makar Sankranti

  • Date- 14 January 
  • Significance- According to astrology, on this day the Sun enters Capricorn. It is believed that on this day the Sun God visits his son Shani's house. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 14:12 pm to 17:45 pm

Shatila Ekadashi

  • Date - January 28 
  • Significance- Lord Vishnu is worshiped on this day. On this day, take a bath with sesame water. It is believed that on this day, sesame should be used in 6 ways and charity should also be done, it destroys sins. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - January 28 at 7:11 am to January 29 at 09:20 am 

February 

Basant Panchami

  • Date - February 5 
  • Significance- Goddess Saraswati is worshiped on this day and from this day the spring season begins in India. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 07:07 in the morning to 12:35:19 in the afternoon

Jaya Ekadashi

  • Date - February 12 
  • Significance- By observing a fast on Jaya Ekadashi, a person does not have the fear of going into the species like ghosts and demons.
  • Shubh Muhurta- 12 February from 7:01 am to 13 February 9:13 am 

Vijaya Ekadashi

  • Date - February 27 
  • Significance- Lord Vishnu is worshiped and Kalash is donated to Brahmins. 
  • Shubh Muhurta is from 6:47 am on 27 February to 9:06 am on 28 February. 

March 

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Mahashivratri 

  • Date - March 1 
  • Significance- Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati were married on the occasion of Mahashivratri. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 23:08 to 6:00 am on March 2

Amalaki Ekadashi 

  • Date - March 14 
  • Significance- Amla tree is very dear to Lord Vishnu. The Amla tree is worshiped on this day. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 6:31 am to 15th March at 8:55 am 
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Holika Dahan

  • Date - March 17 
  • Significance- On this day Lord Vishnu took the form of Narasimha and eliminated the demon king Hiranyakashipu to save Prahlad. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 21:20 to 22:31 at night

Papmochani Ekadashi

  • Date - March 28 
  • Significance- All sins are destroyed by fasting Lord Vishnu on this day. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 6:15 am to 29th March at 8:43 am 

April 

Chaitra Navratri 

  • Date – April 2 to April 10 
  • Significance- Goddess Durga was incarnated on Chaitra Navratri. 
  • Ghatasthapana Muhurta - From 06:10 to 08:29

Ram Navami

  • Date - April 10 
  • Significance- Lord Rama, the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu, was born on Ramnavami. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 11:06 to 13:39

Kamada Ekadashi

  • Date- 12 April 
  • Significance- Lord Vasudev is worshiped on the day of Kamada Ekadashi. On keeping a fast on this day all wishes are fulfilled. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 13:38 in the afternoon to April 13 at 6:12 in the evening 

Hanuman Jayanti 

  • Date - April 16 
  • Significance- Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Hanuman.
  • Shubh Muhurta- 2:27 am to 17th April at 00:26 pm 

May 

Akshaya Tritiya

  • Date - May 3 
  • Significance- Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day and this day is considered auspicious for buying gold. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 05:39 to 12:18

Mohini Ekadashi

  • Date- 12 May 
  • Significance- On this day the worshiper of Lord Vishnu comes out of the entanglement of illusion and attains salvation. 
  • Shubh Muhurta- 5:31 am to 13th May 8:14 am 

Apara Ekadashi

  • Date - 26 May 
  • Significance- This day is known as both Ajala and Apara Ekadashi. On this day Lord Vishnu should be worshiped with Gangajal.
  • Shubh Muhurta- 5:25 in the morning to May 27 at 8:10 in the morning 

June

Nirjala Ekadashi

  • Date - June 11 
  • Significance- This fast leads to longevity and salvation.
  • Shubh Muhurta - 5:22 am to 12th June at 8:09 am 

July 

Devshayani Ekadashi

  • Date - July 10
  • Significance- According to the Puranas, from this day  Lord Vishnu sleeps in Kshirsagar for the next four months. 
  • Shubh Muhurta – 5:30 am to 11.07 am on July 11 

Guru Purnima

  • Date - July 13
  • Significance- Guru is worshiped on this day.
  • Shubh Muhurta- 4:01 am to 14th July at 00:08 

Hariyali Teej

  • Date- 31st July
  • Significance- This festival is celebrated to commemorate the reunion of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati.
  • Shubh Muhurta- 3:01:48 am to August 1st at 4:20 am 

August

Nag Panchami

  • Date - August 2
  • Significance- Snakes are worshiped mainly on this day.
  • Shubh Muhurta – 5:42 to 8:24 

Raksha Bandhan

  • Date - August 11
  • Significance- This festival is a celebration of brother-sister love. It is one of the biggest Hindu festivals.
  • Shubh Muhurta - 20:52 to 21:13

Kajari Teej

  • Date - August 14
  • Significance- Women fast on this day for the happiness and prosperity of married life.
  • Shubh Muhurta - 00:55 to 22:37
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Janmashtami

  • Date - August 19
  • Significance- Shri Krishna was born on this day. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 00:03 to 00:46

Hartalika Teej

  • Date- 30 August
  • Significance- The worship of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati has special significance on this day.
  • Shubh Muhurta - 5:57 to 8:31

Ganesh Chaturthi

  • Date- 31st August
  • Significance- On this day the idol of Lord Ganesha is installed in the houses. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 11:04 am to 13:37 pm

September 

Anant Chaturdashi

  • Date - 9 September
  • Significance- On this day the infinite form of Lord Vishnu is worshipped.
  • Shubh Muhurta - 6:02 to 18:09

Indira Ekadashi

  • Date - 21st September
  • Significance – Up to seven generations of a person who observes this Ekadashi fast gets salvation.
  • Shubh Muhurta - 6:09 to 22 September 8:34 

Sharad Navratri

  • Date - 26 September
  • Significance- Maa Durga comes to her maternal home in Sharad Navratri. 
  • Ghatasthapana Muhurta: 6:11 to 7:51

October

Dussehra

  • Date - October 5
  • Significance- Lord Rama killed Ravana on this day.
  • Shubh Muhurta - 14:07 to 14:54

Papankusha Ekadashi

  • Date - October 6
  • Significance- On this day Bhagavad Gita is read in silence. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 6:16 to 7 October 8:37 

Rama Ekadashi

  • Date - October 21
  • Significance- This Ekadashi is called Rama Ekadashi in the name of Lakshmi Ji. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 6:25 to 22 October 8:41

Dhanteras

  • Date- 23 October
  • Significance- On this day when Dhanvantari Dev appeared with an urn filled with nectar from the churning of the ocean. For this reason, there is a tradition of buying utensils on the day of Dhanteras.
  • Shubh Muhurta-17:44 to 18:05
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Diwali

  • Date - October 24
  • Significance- Deepawali is also known as the Deepawali festival. Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 18:54 to 20:16

Chhath Puja

  • Date- 30 October
  • Significance- It is also known as Surya Shashthi and worships the Sun God and Chhathi Maiya. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 30 October Sunset time:17:37
  • October 31 Sunrise time: 6:31

November

Devuthani Ekadashi

  • Date - November 4
  • Significance- It is believed that on the day of Devuthani Ekadashi, Lord Vishnu wakes up after 4 months of sleep in Kshirsagar. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 6:35 to 5 November 8:47

Kartik Purnima 

  • Date - November 8
  • Significance- On this day Mahadev Ji killed a demon named Tripurasur. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 16:18 to 8 November 16:34 

Uttana Ekadashi

  • Date - November 20
  • Significance- Mother Ekadashi was born on this day, hence it is called Utpanna Ekadashi. 
  • Shubh Muhurta - 6:48 to 21 November 8:55 

December

Saphala Ekadashi

  • Date - December 19
  • Significance- By observing the fast of this Ekadashi, all the work becomes successful, hence it is called Saphala Ekadashi. 
  • Shubh Muhurta- 7:08 to 20 December 9:12 

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