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October

  • October/November, 1619 Bandi Chorr Divas (Diwali) 2006:Oct 21 07:Nov 9 08:Oct 28 09:Oct 17 10:Nov 5 11:Oct 26 12:Nov 13 13:Nov 3 14:Oct 23 15:Nov 11 16:Oct 30 17:Oct 19 18:Nov 7 19:Oct 27 20:Nov 14

3: Birthday of Bhagat Singh Thind, PhD, (3 October 1892 - 15 September 1967) was an Indian American Sikh writer and lecturer on "spiritual science" who was involved in an important legal battle over the rights of Indians to obtain U.S. citizenship.

6: Birth of Baba Buddha ji (6 October [1506]] - 8 September 1631), one of the most venerated, primal figures of early Sikhism, was born on 6 October 1506 at the village of Katthu Nangal, 18 km north-east of Amritsar.

9: Birth of Guru Ram Das Ji / 25 Assu

15: 1st of new month of Katik

16: Birth of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur on 16 October, 1670

20: Joti Jot Guru Har Rai Ji / 6 Katik

20: Gur Gadi Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

20: Gur Gadi Guru Har Krishan Ji

21: Joti Jot Guru Gobind Singh Ji / 7 Katik

29: Birth Bhagat Namdev

Others

8: Birthday of Bhai Santokh Singh, (8 October 1787 - 19 October 1843) the noted author of six works - Naam Kosh, Guru Nanak Parkash, Garb Ganjni Teeka (teeka means translation and explanation of a work), Balmik Ramayan, Atam Purayan Teeka and his magnum opus, Sri Gur Partap Suraj Granth aka Suraj Parkash, was born on 8 October 1787.


19: Barsi of Bhai Santokh Singh, (8 October 1787 - 19 October 1843) the noted author of six works - Naam Kosh, Guru Nanak Parkash, Garb Ganjni Teeka (teeka means translation and explanation of a work), Balmik Ramayan, Atam Purayan Teeka and his magnum opus, Sri Gur Partap Suraj Granth aka Suraj Parkash, was born on 8 October 1787.


Movable Dates

Movable dates for Sikh festivals (these change every year in line with the lunar phase)

Year Hola Mohalla Bandi Chhor Divas Parkash Guru Nanak
Moon phase Full moon New moon Full moon
2003 19 Mar 25 Oct 8 Nov
2004 7 Mar 12 Nov 26 Nov
2005 26 Mar 1 Nov 15 Nov
2006 15 Mar 21 Oct 5 Nov
2007 4 Mar 9 Nov 24 Nov
2008 22 Mar 28 Oct 13 Nov
2009 11 Mar 17 Oct 2 Nov
2010 1 Mar 5 Nov 21 Nov
2011 20 Mar 26 Oct 10 Nov
2012 9 Mar 13 Nov 28 Nov
2013 28 Mar 3 Nov 17 Nov
2014 17 Mar 23 Oct 6 Nov
2015 6 Mar 11 Nov 25 Nov
2016 24 Mar 30 Oct 14 Nov
2017 13 Mar 19 Oct 4 Nov
2018 2 Mar 7 Nov 23 Nov
2019 21 Mar 27 Oct 12 Nov
2020 10 Mar 14 Nov 30 Nov
2021 29 Mar 4 Nov 19 Nov
2022 19 Mar 24 Oct 8 Nov
2023 8 Mar 12 Nov 27 Nov
2024 26 Mar 31 Oct 15 Nov
2025 15 Mar 20 Oct 5 Nov


Compact listing

Movable dates for Sikh festivals (these change every year in line with the lunar phase)

  • Hola Mohalla (Full moon) 19 Mar 2003, 7 Mar 2004, 26 Mar 2005, 15 Mar 2006, 4 Mar 2007, 22 Mar 2008, 11 Mar 2009, 1 Mar 2010, 20 Mar 2011, 9 Mar 2012, 28 Mar 2013, 17 Mar 2014, 6 Mar 2015,
    24 Mar 2016, 13 Mar 2017, 2 Mar 2018, 21 Mar 2019, 10 Mar 2020, 29 Mar 2021, 18 Mar 2022, 11 Mar 2023, 25 Mar 2024, 14 Mar 2025, 03 Mar 2026, 22 Mar 2027, 25 Mar 2028, 01 Mar 2029, 19 Mar 2030


  • Bandi Chhor Divas (New moon) 25 Oct 2003, 12 Nov 2004, 1 Nov 2005, 21 Oct 2006, 9 Nov 2007, 28 Oct 2008, 17 Oct 2009, 5 Nov 2010, 26 Oct 2011, 13 Nov 2012, 3 Nov 2013, 23 Oct 2014, 11 Nov 2015,
    30 Oct 2016, 19 Oct 2017, 7 Nov 2018, 27 Oct 2019, 14 Nov 2020, 04 Nov 2021, 24 Oct 2022, 12 Oct 2023, 01 Nov 2024, 21 Oct 2025, 08 Nov 2026, 29 Oct 2027, 17 Oct 2028, 05 Nov 2029, 26 Oct 2030


  • Parkash Guru Nanak (Full moon) 8 Nov 2003, 26 Nov 2004, 15 Nov 2005, 5 Nov 2006, 24 Nov 2007, 13 Nov 2008, 2 Nov 2009, 21 Nov 2010, 10 Nov 2011, 28 Nov 2012, 17 Nov 2013, 6 Nov 2014, 25 Nov 2015,
    14 Nov 2016, 4 Nov 2017, 23 Nov 2018, 12 Nov 2019, 30 Nov 2020, 19 Nov 2021, 08 Nov 2022, 27 Nov 2023, 16 Nov 2024, 05 Nov 2025, 24 Nov 2026, 14 Nov 2027, 02 Nov 2028, 21 Nov 2029, 10 Nov 2030


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