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Written by: Jennifer Kumar, LMSW, Cultural Adjustment Coach/Mentor
Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Indian America Interfaith Calendar

 

India and American holidays December 2009 Calendar
See Full Year 2009 and Beyond Calendar Here
 Day  Date                    Holiday                          Represents Culture 
Tuesday December 1,        2009              

Karthigai Deepm
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Hindu- TN/Kerala  
Saturday - Saturday December 12- 19, 2009  

Hannakah

Jewish
       
Monday December 21, 2009  

First Day of Winter

Northern Hemisphere
Thursday December 24, 2009  

Christmas Eve

Christian
Friday December 25,  2009  

Christmas

Christian
Saturday December 26, 2009 

Sabarimala Mandala Puja

Hindu - Kerala
Saturday December 26, 2009 

Kwanzaa
Day 1- Ujoma (Unity)
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African American
Sunday December 27, 2009 

Kwanzaa
Day 2- Kujichagulia (Self-determination)
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African American
Monday December 28, 2009 

Kwanzaa
Day 3 - Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility)
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African American
Tuesday December 29, 2009 

Kwanzaa
Day 4- Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics)
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African American
Wednesday December 30, 2009 

Kwanzaa
Day 5 - Nia (Purpose)
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African American
Thursday December 31, 2009 

Kwanzaa
Day 6- Kuumba (Creativity)
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African American
Thursday December 31, 2009 

New Year's Eve

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4 comments so far...

Re: India and American holidays December 2009 Calendar

It's wrong that you mention the date of Al-Hijrah of Muslims. The day of Arafa and Eid ul Adh-ha are the most important days for Muslim during the month of December,'09. Eid ul Adh-ha is one of the two religion celebrations of Muslim community. This year Eid ul Adh-ha is coming on 27th December, '09. Eid ul Adh-ha calibration related to Hajj pilgrimage in Makkah. And as I said the day of Arafa is just previous day of Eid ul Adh-ha. Furthermore that two of other Islamic celebration is Eid ul Fitr which is celebrating end of Ramadan (30 days fasting). To clear any doubt feel free mail me to: usamuba@yahoo.com Thanks..

By Usam on   Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Re: India and American holidays December 2009 Calendar

Yea Jeniffer, I agree with the previous poster. Apart from that everything looks great! :)

By Sohana Nasrin on   Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Re: India and American holidays December 2009 Calendar

I really like your interfaith calendar. To correct the first comment above (Usam), Eid ul Adh-ha was on November 27th this year (2009), not December. And my understanding is that the most commonly accepted English spelling for the Jewish holiday is "Hanukkah" -- although there are of course several variations in use.

By Christine on   Saturday, December 19, 2009

Re: India and American holidays December 2009 Calendar

Thank you for your feedback, Christine. I am happy you stopped by!

By admin on   Saturday, December 19, 2009

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