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  Gurpurb / Festival Guru Sahib / Festival Nanakshahi CE
  Amavasya     02 Jan
  Parkash Utsav Guru Gobind Singh Sahib
23 Poh 05 Jan
  Sangrand Magh     13Jan
  Pooranmashi     18Jan
  Parkash Utsav Guru Har Rai Sahib 19 Magh 31 Jan
  Amavasya     01 Feb
  Sangrand Phagun     12 Feb
  Pooranmashi     16 Feb
  Amavasya     03 Mar
  Sangrand Chet     14 Mar
  Gurgadi Guru Har Rai Sahib 1 Chet 14 Mar
  Nanakshahi New Year Nanakshahi Era 535 commences 1 Chet 14 Mar
  Hola Muhalla Hola Muhalla Nanakshahi* 1 Chet 14 Mar
  Pooranmashi     18 Mar
  Jotijot Guru Hargobind Sahib 6 Chet 19 Mar
  Amavasya     01 Apr
  Sangrand Vaisakh     14 Apr
  Parkash Guru Nanak Sahib * 1 Vaisakh 14 Apr
  Khalsa Day - Vaisakhi Khalsa Panth Creation anniversary 1 Vaisakh 14 Apr
  Pooranmashi     16 Apr
  Jotijot Guru Angad Sahib 3 Vaisakh 16 Apr
  Gurgadi Guru Amar Das Sahib 3 Vaisakh 16 Apr
  Jotijot Guru Harkrishan Sahib 3 Vaisakh 16 Apr
  Gurgadi Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib 3 Vaisakh 16 Apr
  Parkash Guru Angad Sahib 5 Vaisakh 18 Apr
  Parkash Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib 5 Vaisakh 18 Apr
  Amavasya     01 May
  Parkash Guru Arjun Sahib 19 Vaisakh 2 May
  Sangrand Jeth     15 May
  Pooranmashi     16 May
  Parkash Guru Amar Das Sahib 9 Jeth 23 May
  Amavasya     31 May
  Gurgadi Guru Hargobind Sahib 28 Jeth 11 Jun
  Pooranmashi     14 Jun
  Sangrand Harh     15Jun
  Martyrdom Guru Arjun Sahib 2 Harh 16 Jun
  Amavasya     29 Jun
  Parkash Guru Hargobind Sahib 21 Harh 5 Jul
  Pooranmashi     13 Jul
  Sangrand Sawan     16Jul
  Miri-Piri Day Guru Hargobind Sahib 6 Sawan 21Jul
  Parkash Guru Harkrishan Sahib 8 Sawan 23Jul
  Amavasya     29 Jul
  Pooranmashi     12 Aug
  Sangrand Bhadon     16Aug
  Amavasya     27 Aug
  First Parkash Guru Granth Sahib 17 Bhadon 1 Sep
  Pooranmashi     10 Sep
  Sangrand Asu     15Sep
  Jotijot Guru Amar Das Sahib 2 Asu 16 Sep
  Gurgadi Guru Ramdas Sahib 2 Asu 16 Sep
  Jotijot Guru Ramdas Sahib 2 Asu 16 Sep
  Gurgadi Guru Arjun Sahib 2 Asu 16 Sep
  Gurgadi Guru Angad Sahib 4 Asu 18Sep
  Jotijot Guru Nanak Sahib 8Asu 22 Sep
  Amavasya     26 Sep
  Parkash Guru Ramdas Sahib 25 Asu 9 Oct
  Pooranmashi     10 Oct
  Sangrand Katik     15 Oct
  Jotijot Guru Har Rai Sahib 6 Katik 20 Oct
  Gurgadi Guru Harkrishan Sahib 6 Katik 20 Oct
  Gurgadi Guru Granth Sahib 6 Katik 20 Oct
  Jotijot Guru Gobind Singh Sahib 7Katik 21 Oct
  Amavasya     25 Oct
  Pooranmashi     08 Nov
  Sangrand Maghar     14 Nov
  Amavasya     23 Nov
  Gurgadi Guru Gobind Singh Sahib 11 Maghar 24 Nov
  Martyrdom Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib 11 Maghar 24 Nov
  Pooranmashi     08 Dec
  Sangrand Poh     14 Dec
  Martyrdom Elder Sahibzadas 8 Poh 21 Dec
  Amavasya     23 Dec
  Martyrdom Younger Sahibzadas 13 Poh 26 Dec
Jan18, Feb16, Mar18, Apr 16, May 16, Jun 14, Jul 13, Aug 12, Sep 10, Oct 10, Nov 8, Dec 8
Jan2, Feb 1, Mar3, Apr 1, May1, May31, Jun 29, Jul 29, Aug 27, Sep 26, Oct 25, Nov 23, Dec 23
Day 1 (sangrand) of Nanakshahi months in CE Calendar
Chet / Mar 14 Vaisakh / Apr 14 Jeth / May 15 Harh / Jun 15 Sawan / Jul 16 Bhadon / Aug 16
Asu / Sep 15 Katik / Oct 15 Maghar / Nov 14 Poh / Dec 14 Magh / Jan 13 Phagun / Feb 12
Notes: 1. All the dates given above are fixed, so that the Gurpurbs shall always fall on the same date of the CE calendar and Nanakshahi calendar. According to Hindu calendar there will be two Parkash Purbs of Guru Gobind Singh Sahib in 2003 CE. *2. The Calendar Committee of the SGPC in their meeting of 30 June, 1999 decided that Hola Muhalla, Bandi Chhor Divas, and the Birthday of Guru Nanak Sahib, shall continue to be celebrated according to the existing practice for the time being. This was to appease some of the so called 'Babas' and members of 'Sant Samaj'. In 2003CE the dates for these according to the Bikrami (Hindu) calendar are : i. Holla Muhalla - 19 March ii. Bandi Chhor Divas (Diwali) - 25 October iii. Guru Nanak Sahib's Parkash (Katik Pooranmashi) - 8 November will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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