When is Thaipusam 2018?

Thaipusam 2018 started on Wednesday 31st Jan, 2018 (31/01/2018) 747 days ago

What is Thaipusam?


Thaipusam is festival in the Tamil culture, which celebrates the defeat of the evil demon Soorapadman on the hands of the Hindu god of war, Kartikeya. It usually coincides with the full moon in the month of Thai, on the Tamil calendar, which falls within the period of January and February, according to the Gregorian calendar. It is considered as a national holiday in the countries which host a substantial number of Tamils, including Malaysia, Sri Lanka, and the Republic of Mauritius. In Singapore, however, Thaipusam was removed from the list of national holidays.

Dates for Thaipusam from 2015 to 2024

The next occurrence of Thaipusam is marked in red

When is ...?WeekdayDateDays away
Thaipusam 2024ThursdayJan 25th in 1437 days
Thaipusam 2023SundayFeb 5th in 1083 days
Thaipusam 2022TuesdayJan 18th in 700 days
Thaipusam 2021ThursdayJan 28th in 345 days
Thaipusam 2020SaturdayFeb 8th 9 days ago
Thaipusam 2019MondayJan 21st 392 days ago
Thaipusam 2018WednesdayJan 31st 747 days ago
Thaipusam 2017FridayFeb 10th 1102 days ago
Thaipusam 2016SundayJan 24th 1485 days ago
Thaipusam 2015TuesdayFeb 3rd 1840 days ago
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Quick Facts

Start DateJan 31, 2018
When? Ended 747 days ago
Duration1 Day
Type Hindu Holidays

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