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When is Bahi Dooj

Bhai Dooj also called ‘Bhai Phota’ is celebrated every year after the high-voltage Diwali celebrations recedes. Bhai Dooj comes every year on the fifth and last day of Diwali, which falls on a new moon night, in Kartik month of Hindu calendar. This festival is celebrated after two days of Diwali. This festival rejuvenates the loving bond between brothers and sisters. Bhai Dooj not only commemorates the loving relation between siblings but also brings the whole family together giving every body a scope to pamper themselves. The articles in this chapter discuss about when is Bhai Dooj celebrated.

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When was Bhai Dooj in 2013?

In India, festivals occupy a major role in the Indian culture. All the year round, festivals and occasions are celebrated by all irrespective of caste and creed. Such an important festival is Bhai Dooj that upholds and strengthens the relationship between a brother and sister. It takes various names in different regions. It is popularly known as “Bhai Phota” or “Bhatri Dwitiya” in Bengal, “Bhai-Bij” or “Bhau Beej” in Marathi and “Bhai Tika” in Nepal. Generally the festival of Bhai Dooj falls on the last day of Diwali or Kali Puja. This is the second day of the bright f

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When is Bhai Dooj in 2019

When is Bhai Dooj in 2019?

Bhai Dooj is a special day of the year for most brothers and sisters. The origin of this special day is traced back to two separate mythological stories. One of the stories state that Lord Krishna visited his sister Subhadra after defeating the notorious demon Narakashur and she had welcomed him with a gala celebration. The other said that Lora Yama had visited his sister Yamuna on the day following Diwali. Hence the tradition of visiting a sister and celebrating this lovely relationship on this day came into being. Bhai Dooj is celebrated on the Ditiya (2nd day) of the Shukla Paksha (waxing moon) in the Hindu month of Kartik

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When was Bhai Dooj in 2014?

India, the land of vibrant festivities celebrate the unconditional love between a brother and a sister with utmost grandeur and pomp. Bhai Dooj is observed on the ‘Dwitiya Tithi’ after New Moon on which Diwali is observed. ‘Bhai Dooj’ is also called ‘Yama Dwitiya’ as it is believed that ‘Yamaraj’, the Lord of Death visits his sister ‘Yamuna’ on this day. People of Hindu religion believe that a brother will be protected from all the miseries if he receives a ‘Tika’ from his sister on this auspicious day. There is also a popular mythological story about the s

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When is Bhai Dooj in 2020?

Bhaidooj comes 2 days after Diwali. It is an extremely special day for most brothers and sisters in India. It is celebrated on the 2nd day of the Shukla Paksha in the Hindu month of Kartik. This festival is known by different names in different parts of India and also its neighboring countries. Bhai Phonta, Bhai Tika, Bhratri Dwitiya are all different names of this festival. The beauty of this festival is the innocence and pure love that is associated with it. It is a day when brothers and sisters get together to wish each other good health and prosperity through certain rituals. Gifts too are exchanged on this day. In 2020

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When was Bhai Dooj in 2012?

The five days Diwali festival ends with the celebration of Bhai Dooj. The celebration of this festival is similar to that of Raksha Bandhan. Bhai Dooj is also known as Bhai Phota or Bhau-beej. The festival glorifies the eternal bond of love shared between brother and sister. The festival is observed on the second day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month of Kartika. When is Bhai Dooj in 2012? This year Bhai Dooj is on 15th November. There are various legends associated with the celebration of Bhai Dooj. Many people believed that on Bhai Dooj, the Lord of Death Yamaraj visited his sister Yami. She marked his forehead with r

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When was Bhai Dooj in 2011?

Bhai Dooj is one of the most awaited and traditional festivals of India. Bhai Dooj, just like Raksha Bandhan celebrates the loving bond between siblings. The festival is celebrated all over India with lots of  vim and brio. If you are wondering as to when is Bhai Dooj in 2011, kindly note that Bhai Dooj is on 28th October. Also called Bhau-beej, Bhai Phota or Bhai Tika, the festival is celebrated by Hindus on the on the last day of the five-day-long Diwali festival or the second day of the bright fortnight or Shukla Paksha of the Hindu month of Kartika. On this festive day, sisters pray for their brother’s well being

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When was Bhai Dooj in 2016?

The five day long celebration of Diwali ends with the celebration of Bhai Dooj on the last day. The festival Bhai Dooj has a variety of names like Bhai Phonta, Bhau Beej and also Bhai Tika. The concept of this festival is similar to that of Raksha Bandhan as both are a manifestation of the great bond of love that is shared between a brother and a sister. Bhai Dooj is a very important and popular festival in India and Nepal that is now celebrated all over the world. Bhai Dooj takes place two days after Diwali on the second day of Shukla Paksha in the Hindu lunar month of Kartik. So if you are wondering when is Bhai Dooj in 2016

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When was Bhai Dooj in 2015?

Bhai Dooj is one of the most beautiful occasions in India that celebrates the relationship between a brother and a sister. It is the equivalent of Rakhi in many states while some states observe both Rakhi and Bhai Dooj. The brother sister relationship is glorified in this wonderful occasion that follows Diwali. Right after the grand celebration of the festival of lights with crackers and lights, Bhai Dooj is a very somber and subtle occasion with a lot of interesting ceremonies. If you are wondering when is Bhai Dooj this year, it falls on the 13th of November. History of Bhai Dooj Bhai Dooj celebrations have a lot of history b

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When is Bhai Dooj in 2021?

Bhai Dooj is a day when brothers and sisters come together to wish good luck and health to each other. Unlike other relations that people share, a brother and sister’s relation is a sweet and fun one. Right from little squabbles to covering up for each other, their childhood and growing up are both riddled with adorable memories. In 2021, this special day will be celebrated on the 6th of November. It is the Dwitiya (2nd day) of the Shukla Paksha in the month of Kartik. Bhai Dooj is also known as Bhratri Dwitiya as it is celebrated on this day of Dwitiya. Celebrate this wonderful day with your loved ones by sending gift

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