Interfaith Calendar - July to September 2012

 

July

3 Chokor (Cho Kor Du Chen) Buddhism

5 Night of Forgiveness (Lailat-Ul-Bara’h)

9 Martyrdom of the Bab (Baha’i)

20 -18 Aug Ramadan (Muslim)

23 Birthday of Haile Selassie I (Rastafarian)

29 Tisha B’av (Jewish)

August

1 Lamas / Lughnasadh (Pagan/Druid)

2 Raksha Bandhan (Hindu)

2 Asalha Puja (Buddhism)

6 The Transfiguration (Christian)

8-17 Fravardigan (Zoroastrian/Parsee)

10 Janmashtami or Krishna Jayanti (Hindu)

11 Lailat Ul Qadr (Shi’a) (Muslim)

15 Lailat Ul Qadr (Sunni) (Muslim)

15 Assumption / Dormition of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Christian)

Around 15 O-Bon (Japanese)

18 Navroze (Zoroastrian/Parsee)

19 Eid Ul Fitr (Muslim)

23 Khordad Sal (Zoroastrian/Parsee)

23 Ch’i Hou Chieh (Herd Boy) (Chinese)

31 Chung Yuan (Hungry Ghosts) (Chinese)

September

1 Installation of the Sikh Scripture in the Harminder Sahib (Sikh)

3 Harvest Festival (Christian)

5 Fravardin Mah Parab (Zoroastrian / Parsee)

11 Ethopian New Years Day (Rastafarian)

17-18 Rosh Hashanah (Jewish)

19 Ganesh Chaturthi (Hindu)

20-27 Paryushan (Jain)

20-26 Higan (Japanese)

23 Shubun No Hi (Japanese)

23 Autumn Equinox (Mabon) (Pagan / Druid)

26 Yom Kippur

29 Michaelmas

30 Chung Ch’ui (Rabbit in the Moon) (Chinese)

July 

3 Chokor (Cho Kor Du Chen) Buddhism

5 Night of Forgiveness (Lailat-Ul-Bara’h)

9 Martyrdom of the Bab (Baha’i)

20 -18 Aug Ramadan (Muslim)

23 Birthday of Haile Selassie I (Rastafarian)

29 Tisha B’av (Jewish)

August 

1 Lamas / Lughnasadh (Pagan/Druid)

2 Raksha Bandhan (Hindu)

2 Asalha Puja (Buddhism)

6 The Transfiguration (Christian)

8-17 Fravardigan (Zoroastrian/Parsee)

10 Janmashtami or Krishna Jayanti (Hindu)

11 Lailat Ul Qadr (Shi’a) (Muslim)

15 Lailat Ul Qadr (Sunni) (Muslim)

15 Assumption / Dormition of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Christian)

Around 15 O-Bon (Japanese)

18 Navroze (Zoroastrian/Parsee)

19 Eid Ul Fitr (Muslim)

23 Khordad Sal (Zoroastrian/Parsee)

23 Ch’i Hou Chieh (Herd Boy) (Chinese)

31 Chung Yuan (Hungry Ghosts) (Chinese)

September

1 Installation of the Sikh Scripture in the Harminder Sahib (Sikh)

3 Harvest Festival (Christian)

5 Fravardin Mah Parab (Zoroastrian / Parsee)

11 Ethopian New Years Day (Rastafarian)

17-18 Rosh Hashanah (Jewish)

19 Ganesh Chaturthi (Hindu)

20-27 Paryushan (Jain)

20-26 Higan (Japanese)

23 Shubun No Hi (Japanese)

23 Autumn Equinox (Mabon) (Pagan / Druid)

26 Yom Kippur

29 Michaelmas

30 Chung Ch’ui (Rabbit in the Moon) (Chinese)