June 1: Telugu Hanuman Jayanti 

A 41-day Deeksha ends with grand celebrations in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. 

A significant day for Lord Vishnu's devotees, observed with a strict fast. Breaking the fast, known as Parana, is done the next day at sunrise.

June 2: Apara Ekadashi 

These observances honor Lord Shiva with fasting and night-long vigils. Pradosh Vrat is observed twice a month, while Masik Shivratri occurs once a month.

June 4: Pradosh Vrat & Masik Shivratri 

 June 6: Vat Savitri Vrat  Married women fast for their husbands' well-being during Vat Savitri. On the same day, Shani Jayanti 

June 6 :Shani Jayanti

Shani Jayanti marks Lord Shani's birth.the birth of Lord Shani, is marked with prayers and rituals to appease the deity who rules Saturn. 

This festival celebrates the holy descent of Goddess Ganga to Earth. Devotees take dips in the Ganges river, perform aarti, and chant prayers. 

June 16: Ganga Dussehra 

June 18: Nirjala Ekadashi  The toughest Ekadashi fast observed without water. This fast is believed to bestow the benefits of all 24 Ekadashi fasts in the year.