Sukkot starts on the 15th day of Tishrei. In 2009, this corresponds to Oct 3rd. It continues for 7 days and is immediately followed by Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah.
26 March 1956, Monday was the date of holi/holika dahan in 1956.
Sukkot has started on the 15th of Tishrei in the Hebrew calendar each year for the past 3,000 years more or less. In 2011, that date will coincide with sunset on the evening of October 12.
There is no specific meal for Sukkot. Jews eat whatever they would like on Sukkot (provided that it is kosher).
September 15, 1956
18 november, 1956
sukkot is the holiday of harvest.
Simchat Torah is right after Sukkot.
In 2009, Sukkot will be October 3rd to the 9th
It's called a machzor shel sukkot.
Diwali was on 3rd November 1956.
sukkot is about the gratitude to g-d for keeping us in the desert protected by the clouds of glory, our sukkot nowadays are to remind us of that protection