Religion Sacred Times. September 2011. September 1 Ganesh Chaturthi (Hindu) Ecclesiastical New Year (Orthodox Christian)
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Ecclesiastical New Year (Orthodox Christian)
September2-10 - ParyushanaParva (Jain 8 days festival signifying human emergence into a new world of spiritual and moral refinement. Marked by recitations from Jain sacred writing and family exchange of cards and letters. Celebration of the natural qualities of teh soul. The 8th day is most important and is focused on forgiveness.)September1-10
September 27 - Meskel (Ethiopian Orthodox Christian commemoration of the discovery of the True Cross by Queen Eleni in the 4th century a.d.)
September 28-Oct 5 - Navaratri (Hindu Festival of the divine mother honoring Durga, wife of Shiva, and seeking her blessings. Also observed as a celebration recalling the days of Lord Krishna)September 27-28
September 29-30 - Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year. A time of introspection, abstinence, prayer and penitence. The story of Abraham is read, the ram\'s horn is sounded, and special foods are prepared and shared)
September 29- Michael and All Angels (Christian)September 29-30