As a small business owner, you've only got a few seconds to grab customers' attention. A banner helps you get that attention. Also it's one of the easiest and quickest ways to get the word out. Be it a festival or just some important announcement, get some amazingly designed creatives for your company. In these competitive times, it is very important to advertise your business in the best possible manner.
Send festive wishes to you customers for Diwali, Eid, Chirstmas, Lohri, Makar Sankranti, Dussehra, Onam, Pongal, etc.
Here is a list of religious and national festivals of India that is celebrated in the country with much gusto and fervor. Plan your holidays around these festivals if you wish to explore the vibrant culture of India.
|1||January||Makar Sakranti||14th January||Thursday|
|2||January||Pongal||Begins on 17th January||Sunday|
|3||January||Basant Panchami||16th February||Tuesday|
|4||February||Maha Shivratri||11th March||Thursday|
|6||March||Mewar||Begins from 27th March||Friday|
|8||April||Bihu||Begins on 13th April||Tuesdsay|
|9||May||Thrissur Pooram||3rd May||Sunday|
|10||May||Buddha Jayanti||7th May||Thursday|
|11||May||Eid Ul Fitr||13th May||Thursday|
|12||June||Ratha Yatra||23rd June||Tuesday|
|16||August||Independence Day||30th August||Monday|
|17||August||Onam||Begins on 23rd August||Monday|
|18||August||Ganesh Chaturthi||10th September||Friday|
|19||October||Navratri||From 7th to 14th October||Thursday|
|20||October||Durga Puja||15th October||Friday|