August 9, 2022
Holidays July 2021 Calendar India

Holidays July 2021 Calendar India

July is a month filled with different festivities, and many national and international days are observed this month. However, there are not as many holidays in July. Only a few of those festivals get a government holiday. Holidays July 2021 Calendar are as follows:-

Holidays July 2021 Calendar – Listing Explained

The Day of Arafah:

The Day of Arafah is the ninth day of “Dhul-Hijjah”. It is when the pilgrims are gathered around the Arafah mountain plain and pray and supplicate to the Lord. It is a holy pilgrimage of Muslims around the world. This day is significant for Muslims is because it was the day that Allah had perfected his religion and satisfied Prophet Muhammad, and accepted that Islam is a “way of life.” The Day of Arafah will begin on the evening of 18 July and end on the evening of 19 July. 

Eid-ul-Adha:

Eid-ul-Adha or Eid-ul-Fitr is an indication of the ending of the holy month of Ramadan. So by Eid-ul-Adha, the Hajj pilgrimage would come to an end. However, there is no connection between the festival and the Hajj pilgrimage. It is that the pilgrimage ends the day before Eid-UL-Fitr, signifying an amount of time. 

This celebration falls on the tenth day in the final month of the Islamic Lunar calendar. This day is also of more significance for Muslims is because it commemorates Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his own son for Allah to prove his dedication to him.

 Eid al-Adha 2021 in India will begin on the evening of Monday, 19 July, and end on the evening of Tuesday, 20 July. However, the Public holiday date is on Wednesday, 21 July.

Holidays July 2021 Calendar India
Holidays July 2021 Calendar India

Rath Yatra:

When Lord Jagannath, his elder brother Balabhadra and his sister Subhadra go out of their dwellings and visit their birthplace Puri’s Jagannath Temple, it is celebrated as Rath Yatra. This is a grand 12 day festival with extraordinarily decorated chariots that carry the gods and is one of the most famous festivals in Odisha and is one of the most extraordinary chariot festivals.

When it comes to the reason behind the celebration, there are many, and the above mentioned is just one of the stories. 

This year, due to COVID restrictions, only five hundred people are allowed to pull the chariot, and those who still want to see the festivities can watch it LIVE on DD-Odia, DD Bharati, and DD channels from 7 am. 

The best part about a diverse country like India is that there are several different religions, having their own religious festivities, and nobody is discriminated against. So children get the excellent opportunity to experience different cultures and traditions. Hope everybody has a safe and sound time in the Holidays July 2021 Calendar. 

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Naveen Dagar

Hi, I’m Naveen Dagar. The founder of this blog NationalDay and many others. I’m a full-time blogger, a digital marketer.

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