This Gujarati Panchang also gives Bhuj Swaminarayan temple religious events and festivals information. Sankashti Chaturthi, Ekadasi. A simple Gujarati (Hindu) calendar in the traditional print copy that you will already be familiar and comfortable with. Features -Slide up and down to find. Gujarati Calendar contains Tithi, Regional and other Holiday and Choghadia for the year Please Share your feedback @ homeranking.info
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Gujarati Hindu calendar is part of each Gujarati’s life. It begins with Gujarati month of kartak followed by Magshar, Posh, Maha, Fagan, Chaitra, Vaishakh, Jeth, Ashadh, Shravan, Bhadarvo and Aaso. Gujarati Vikram Samvat Calendar is around year ahead of Christian calendar. Biggest misconception is “Indian Hindu festivals observance date in the Indian calendar / panchang is applicable for all location in world”. Many people contact . Year Annual Calendar · Ekadashi/Punam · Annual Festivals · Nirnay · Download to Outlook · JAN · FEB · MAR · APR · MAY · JUN · JUL · AUG · SEP · OCT.
Sakat Chauth. Dattatreya Jayanti. Gujarati Calendar — June. Margashirsha Purnima. Saraswati Puja.
Night Choghadiya Char Makar Sankranti Tuesday, January Republic Day Saturday, January Maha Shivratri Monday, March 4. Holi Thursday, March Shree Ram Navmi Sunday, April Good Friday Friday, April Akshaya Tritiya Tuesday, May 7. Guru Purnima Tuesday, July Independence Day Thursday, August Raksha Bandhan Thursday, August Janmashtami Saturday, August Muharram Asura Tuesday, September Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday Wednesday, October 2. Durgashtami Sunday, October 6. Dussehra Vijaya Dashmi Tuesday, October 8.
Diwali Sunday, October Bhai Bij Tuesday, October Christmas Wednesday, December Phaguna 26, Bank Holiday Click on the date for more Info. Phaguna 27, Click on the date for more Info.
Phaguna 28, Click on the date for more Info. Phaguna 29, Click on the date for more Info. Phaguna 30, Amavasya Click on the date for more Info. Chaitra 2, Cheti Chand Click on the date for more Info. Chaitra 3, Click on the date for more Info.
Chaitra 4, Click on the date for more Info. Chaitra 5, Click on the date for more Info. Narada Jayanti. Apara Ekadashi.
Vrishabha Sankranti. Vat Savitri Vrat. Shani Jayanti. Ganga Dussehra. Nirjala Ekadashi. More May Festivals. Jyeshtha Purnima. Yogini Ekadashi. Mithuna Sankranti. Padmini Ekadashi.
More June Festivals. Ashadha Adhika Purnima. Parama Ekadashi. Karka Sankranti. Jagannath Rathyatra. Devshayani Ekadashi. Ashadha Purnima.
More July Festivals. Kamika Ekadashi. Hariyali Teej. Nag Panchami.
Shravana Putrada Ekadashi. Varalakshmi Vrat. Shravana Purnima.
More August Festivals. Kajari Teej.
Krishna Janmashtami. Aja Ekadashi. Hartalika Teej. Ganesh Chaturthi.
Rishi Panchami. Radha Ashtami. Parsva Ekadashi. Anant Chaturdashi.
Bhadrapada Purnima. More September Festivals. Indira Ekadashi. Sarva Pitru Amavasya.
Navratri Begins. Saraswati Avahan. Saraswati Puja. Durga Ashtami.
They are respectively called Shiyaalo, Unaalo and Chomaasu in Gujarati language. However there are sub seasons too in each season.
Similary Jeth and Ashadh are the months of Grishma or Summer. Gujarati Vikram Samvat Calendar is around year ahead of Christian calendar. To calculate the present Christian year, 57 years should be subtracted from the Indian year if the date is between starting of the Indian year and the end of the Western year i.
If the date falls between the beginning of the Western year and the end of the Indian year i. Gujarati Vikram Samvat calendar uses a solar year but divides it into 12 lunar months, each consisting 29 days 12 hours 44 minutes and 3 seconds. All together a lunar year of days 8 hours 48 minutes and 36 seconds.
In Gujarati Hindu Vikram Samvat Calendar seasons are as per the sun, months as per the moon and days as per both the sun and the moon. Lunar days or tithis can have various lengths. Not only this but sometimes a tithi is omitted or sometime two continuous days share the same tithi.