November is the eleventh month of the Gregorian, Julian, and Revised Julian calendars. The month is named after the Latin word novem, meaning "ninth," as it was the eighth month of the Old Roman Calendar. It always has thirty days.


  • 01 — All Saints' Day or Hallowmas (Western Christian).
  • 01 (18 Katik) — Punjabi Suba Day (Sikh).
  • 02All Souls' Day or Commemoration of the Faithful Departed (Western Christian).
  • 10 — Saint Leo the Great's Day (Western Christian).
  • 11 — Saint Martin's Day (Western Christian).
  • 13 (30 Katik) — Shaheedi Baba Deep Singh Ji Shaheed (Sikh).
  • 14 (1 Maghar) — SGPC Foundation Day (Sikh).
  • 15 — Beginning of Advent (New Calendarist Eastern Christian).
  • 21Presentation of the Theotokos in the Temple (New Calendarist Eastern Christians).
  • 22Saint Cecilia's Day (Western Christian).
  • 23Saint Clement's Day (Western Christian).
  • (5th Sunday before Christmas) — Feast of Christ the King (Western Christian).
  • 24 (11 Maghar) — Shaheedi Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib and Gurgadi Guru Gobind Singh Sahib (Sikh).
  • 24 (9 Adar) — Adar Jashan (Fasli Zoroastrian).
  • 26 (4 Qawl) — Day of the Covenant (Bahá'í).
  • 28 (15 November Julian) — Beginning of Advent (Old Calendarist Eastern Christian).
  • 28 (15 Maghar) — Parkash Sahibzada Zorawar Singh Ji (Sikh).
  • 28 (6 Qawl) — Ascension of `Abdu'l-Bahá (Bahá'í).
  • 29 — Day of Prayer for the Mission of the Church (Western Christian).
  • 30Saint Andrew's Day (Western Christian).
  • (4th Sunday before Christmas) — Advent Sunday (Western Christian).

Preceded by: October

Followed by: December

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