1 The Circumcision or Naming of Jesus Christianity
1 to 3 Ganjitsu (New Year's Day) Shinto Japanese
5 Birthday of Guru Gobind Singh (1666 CE) (solar date, Nanakshahi) Sikhism
6 Epiphany Christianity
6 to 7 Christmas Eve & Day (Julian Calendar) (Eastern Orthodox Christian, Armenian Christian, Rastafarian) Christianity
12, 13 or 14 Makar Sankrant/ Lohri/ Pongal (solar calendar) Hindu
16 Shinran Memorial Day Pure Land Buddhism
18 Tu B'Shevat (New Year for trees) Judaism
18 to 25 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Christianity
28 Honen Memorial Day Pure Land Buddhism
29 on Birthday of Guru Gobind Singh (1666 CE) (lunar date * Vikrami) Sikhism
1 Chun Jie/ Yuan Tan (New Year * Year of the Sheep) Chinese
2 Candlemas to Presentation of the Lord Catholic Christian
2 Presentation of Christ in the Temple Anglican Christian
3 to 4 Setsubun (Bean Scattering) Japanese
6 Vasanta Panchami/ Saraswati Puja Hindu
12 to 15 Eid-Ul-Adha (The Festival of Sacrifice) Islam
15 Parinirvana/ Nirvana Day Mahayana & Pure Land Buddhist
15 to 16 Teng Chieh (Yuan Xiao) to (Lantern Festival) Chinese
1 St. David's Day Christianity
1 Mahashivratri (Great Shiva Night) Hindu
2 to 20 Baha'i Fast Baha'i
3 Losar (Tibetan & Nepal New Year) Tibetan Buddhist
4 Al-Hijra (New Year's Day 1423 AH Islam
4 Shrove Tuesday/ Pancake Day/ Fat Tuesday/ Mardi Gras Christianity
5 Birthday of Sri Ramakrishna Hindu
5 Ash Wednesday Christianity
5 to 20 April Lent Christianity
7 The Women's World Day of Prayer Christianity
10 to 27 April First Day of Lent/ The Great Fast Orthodox Christian
13 Ashura Islam
17 Holi (Spring Festival) Hindu
17 St. Patrick's Day Christianity
18 Purim Judaism
19 St. Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary Christianity
21 Naw-Ruz (New Year's Day) Baha'i
21 Jamshedi Noruz (New Year's Day) Fasli Zoroastrianism
21 Shunbun-No-Hi (Higan) (Spring Equinox) Japanese
25 The Annunciation of the Lord/ Blessed Virgin (Lady Day) (Christianity)
26 Khordad Sal Fasli Zoroastrianism
30 Mothering Sunday/ Simnel Sunday Christianity
Date variation New Year 2546 (mostly Thailand, Burma, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Laos) Hinayana Buddhist
2 Varsha to Pratipada (1st day of Chaitra to 1st month of lunar year, 2059 Vikrami era) Hindu
5 - Qing Ming (Chi'ng Ming) (Festival of Pure Brightness) (Chinese)
6 Passion Sunday Christianity
8 Hanamatsuri (Birthday of the Lord Buddha) (Mahayana Buddhist)
11 Rama Navami (Birthday of Rama) Hindu
13 Palm Sunday Christianity
13 to 14 Vaisakhi (Baisakhi) to Sikh New Year Festival (solar date, Nanakshahi, lunar date * Vikrami) Sikhism
13 to 20 Holy Week Christianity
14 Birthday of Guru Nanak (1469) (solar date, Nanakshahi/ Sikh)
14 Mahavira Jayanti (599 BCE) (Jain)
17 Maundy Thursday Christianity
17 to 24 Pesach (Passover) Judaism
19 Holy Saturday (Easter Eve) Christianity
20 Easter Day Christianity
21 to 2 May May Ridván (3 Holy Days, 1st, 9th & 12th days of Ridván) Baha'i
23 St. George's Day Christianity
24 Matsu Festival/ birthday of Tin Hau (goddess of the sea) (China, Taiwan)
27 Easter Day/ Pascha (Orthodox Christian)
29 Yom Ha-Shoah (Holocaust Day) Judaism
7 - Yom Ha'atzma'ut (Israel's independence to many voices from different religions are critical of this festival) Judaism
8 Birthday of the Lord Buddha (Chinese)
11 to 17 Christian Aid Week Christianity
14 The Prophet Muhammad's Birthday (20th August 570 CE) Islam
15 Vaisakha Puja/ Wesak/ Bodhi Day (Theravada and Mahayana Buddhist)
20 Lag B'Omer Judaism
23 Anniversary of the Declaration of the Bab Baha'i
28 Zartusht-No-Diso (Shensai/ Zoroastrian)
29 Anniversary of the Ascension of Baha'u'llah Baha'i
29 Ascension Day (40th day after Easter) Christianity
4 Tuen Ng (Dragon Boat Festival) (Chinese)
6 to 7 Shavuot (Festival of Weeks/ Pentecost) Judaism
8 Pentecost/ Whitsuntide Christianity
14 Saga Dawa/ Parinirvana (Birth of Buddha) (Tibet/ Nepal Buddhist)
14 Martyrdom of Guru Arjan (1606) (lunar date * Vikrami) Sikhism
16 Martyrdom of Guru Arjan (1606) (solar date, Nanakshahi/ Sikh)
19 Corpus Christi (Corpus et Sanguis Christi) Catholic Christian
19 Day of Thanksgiving for the Institution of Holy Communion Anglican Christian
1 Ratha Yatra (Chariot Journey) Hindu
2 Chokhor/ Cho Kor Du Chen/ Chungbacixi (Tibet/ Nepal Buddhist)
9 Anniversary of the Martyrdom of the Bab Baha'i
13 Asalha Pujha (Dhammacakka Day to Turning of the Wheel of Teaching) (Theravada Buddhist)
13 to 15 O-Bon/ Festival of Souls (lunar date) Japanese
23 Birthday of Haile Selassie 1 (Rastafarian)
4 Chinese Valentine's Day/ Seven Sisters' Festival (Chinese)
6 The Transfiguration Christianity
6 Peace Ceremony, Hiroshima Japanese
7 Tisha B'Av Judaism
11 Raksha Bandhan Hindu
11 to 20 Farvardigan (Muktad to Zoroastrian)
12 Chung Yuan (Yue Laan in Hong Kong) (Ghost Festival) (Chinese)
13 to 15 O-Bon/ Festival of Souls (solar date, Japanese)
15 Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Christianity
15 Dormition (Falling Asleep of the Blessed Virgin Mary) (Orthodox Christian)
20 Janamashtami/ Krishna Jayanti (Birthday of Krishna) Hindu
21 Jashan to E to Tiragan/ Maidyoishema Ghambar (Zoroastrian)
21 No Ruz (New Year's Day) (Shensai calendar) (Zoroastrian)
24 to 25 Paryushana to Parva/ Samvatsari (Jain)
26 Khordad Sal (Birthday of Zarathustra)(Shensai/ Zoroastrian)
30 Ganesh-Chaturthi (Birthday of Ganesha) Hindu
11 Ethiopian New Year's Day (Year of Mark) (Rastafarian)
11 Mid-Autumn Festival (Harvest Moon Festival) (Chinese)
12 Monkey God Festival (Chinese)
21 Lailat-Ul-Isra' Wal Mi'raj (The Prophet's Night Journey to Jerusalem & Ascension) Islam
23 Confucius' Birthday (Chinese)
23 Shubun No Hi (Higan) (Autumn Equinox) Japanese
26 to 4 October Navaratri/ Durga Puja/ Dusserah Hindu
27 to 28 Rosh Hashana (New Year's Day 5764) Judaism
into October Harvest Festival Christianity
2 Jashan to E to Mehergan (Zoroastrian)
4 Chung Yeung Festival (Double 9) (Chinese)
6 Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) Judaism
11 to 19 Sukkot (Harvest Festival) Judaism
12 to 19 Inter Faith Week of Prayer for World Peace
14 Lailat to Ul to Bara'h (The Night of Forgiveness) Islam
18 Simchat Torah (Progressive Jewish)
19 Simchat Torah Judaism
20 Anniversary of the Birth of the Bab Baha'i
24 Divali Night (Lord Mahavira's Nirvana) (Jain)
25 Nirvana Celebration (Jain)
25 Divali (Deepavali) Hindu
25 Divali Sikhism
26 New Year VNS 2530 (Jain)
27 to 25 November Ramadan (month of fasting) Islam
1 All Saints' Day (All Hallows', originally All Martyrs') Christianity
2 All Souls' Day Christianity
2 Anniversary of the Crowning of Haile Selassie 1 (Rastafarian)
8 or around Kathina Day (Buddhist)
8 Birthday of Guru Nanak (1469) (lunar date * Vikrami; solar date, Nanakshahi) Sikhism
12 Anniversary of the Birth of Baha'u'llah Baha'i
15 Shichi to Go to San (Seven/ Five/ Three) Japanese
23 Lailat to Ul to Qadr (The Night of Power) Islam
24 Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur (1675) (solar date, Nanakshahi/ Sikh)
25 Eid/ Ul/ Fitr Islam
26 Day of the Covenant Baha'i
28 Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur (1675) (lunar date * Vikrami) Sikhism
28 Ascension of 'Abdu'l-Bahá Baha'i
30 St. Andrew's Day Christianity
30 Advent Sunday Christianity
8 Bodhi Day Pure Land Buddhism
8 Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Christianity
20 to 27 Hanukah (Chanukkah) Judaism
22 Dongzhi (Winter Solstice) (Chinese)
24 Christmas Eve Christianity
25 Christmas Day Christianity
25 Boxing Day Christianity
26 Zartusht/ No/ Diso Fasli Zoroastrianism
31 Omisoka Japanese
Some dates may vary as determined by the moon and faith traditions. Hindus in India use the lunar caldendar. Sikhs divide between using the lunar calendar and the solar calendar (as do ordinary dates).