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List of Tamil Festivals Celebrated by Tamil Talking Peoples

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1) Thai Pongal :- Pongal is celebrated on the first day of Thai Masam.

2) Puthandu – Puthandu or Varusha Pirappu is celebrated on first day of Tamil month Chithirai.

3) Deepavali – Deepavali is celebrated when Chaturdashi Tithi prevails during Brahma Muhuratam.

4) Kedar Gauri Vrat or Kedara Vratham

5) Karthigai Deepam – The day when Karthigai Star coincides with Pournami in Tamil month Karthikai.

6) Soorasamharam – The final and the most important event of the six days Kanda Sashti festivals.

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7) Panguni Uthiram – Panguni Uthiram is celebrated in Panguni month when Nakshatra Uthiram or Uttara Phalguni overcome.

8) Vaikuntha Ekadashi – On this day devotees observe fast on Vaikuntha Ekadashi attain salvation.

9) Vaikasi Visakam – Vaikasi Visakam is the birthday of Lord Murugan and is celebrated during Visakam Nakshatra in Tamil month Vaikasi.

10) Thai Pusam – Thaipusam or Thai Poosam falls in Tamil Solar month Thai.

11) Karadaiyam Nombu – Karadaiyan Nombu or Karadayan Nonbu is celebrated at the time on Meena Sankranti or Sankramana.

12) Masi Magam – Masi Magam or Maasi Makam, is celebrated by Tamil speaking people all over the world.

13) Hanumath Jayanthi – Hanumath Jayanthi is observed in the month of Margashirsha Amavasya which falls in January or December.

14) Arudra Darshan – Arudra Darshan is celebrated during Margashirsha Amavasya and falls in January or December.

15) Avani Avittam – Avani Avittam is a festival of Tamil Brahmins.

16) Chitra Pournami – Chitra Pournami, is dedicated to God Chitragupta.

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