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Nepali Calendar is also known the Bikram Sambat Nepali calendar. The current Nepali Year in Nepali is Nepali calendar 2074 Bikram Sambat. Nepali Calendar is approximately 56 years and 8 and months ahead of the English Calendar known as Gregorian Calendar or AD. Nepali Calendar in Nepal is called as nepali Patro. In Nepal the new year starts from the middle of april (approximately 17th of the april). In Gregorian Calendar the days of the months are known but in nepali calendar its not the case i.e. they change yearly.

B.S. Year: Month: Calendar in Nepali 

  Ashoj 2073   Sep/Oct 2016  
Sunday 
SUN
Monday 
MON
Tuesday 
TUE
Wednesday 
WED
Thursday 
THU
Friday 
FRI
Saturday 
SAT
Purnima  
30
16  
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
Pratipada  
1

17  
Bishwokarma Puja
Ditiya  
2

18  
Tritiya  
3

19  
Constitution Day
Chaturthi  
4

20  
Panchami  
5

21  
Sasthi  
6

22  
Saptami  
7

23  
Aasthami  
8

24  
Dashami  
9

25  
Ekadashi  
10

26  
Indira Ekadashi Brat
Dwadashi  
11

27  
Trayodashi  
12

28  
Chaturdashi  
13

29  
Aaunshi  
14

30  
Pratipada  
15

01  
Ghatasthapana
Ditiya  
16

02  
Ditiya  
17

03  
Tritiya  
18

04  
Chaturthi  
19

05  
Panchami  
20

06  
Sasthi  
21

07  
Saptami  
22

08  
Phulpati
Aasthami  
23

09  
Mahaasthami
Nawami  
24

10  
Mahanawami
Dashami  
25

11  
Bijaya Dashami, Dashain 2016
Ekadashi  
26

12  
Papangkusha Ekadashibrat
Dwadashi  
27

13  
Dwadashi
Trayodashi  
28

14  
Chaturdashi  
29

15  
Kojagrat Purnima
 Ashoj 2073 festivals,Holidays,Marriage,Bratabanda
Holidays and Festivals:
1 Bishwokarma Puja, Shorha Shradda Starts, Pratipada Shradda
2 Ditiya Shradda
3 Constitution Day, Tritiya Shradda
4 Chaturthi Shradda, 5 Panchami and Sasthi Shradda,
6 Rabisaptami, Saptami Shradda
7 Asthami Shradda, Jitiya Parba (Holiday for Womens celebrating Jitiya Parba)
8 Nawami Shradda, 9 Dashami Shradda
10 Indira Ekadashi Brat, Ekadashi Shradda
11 Dwadashi Shradda, 12 Trayodashi Shraddam
13 Chaturdashi Shradda, 14 Aaunshi Shradda
15 Ghatasthapana, Matamaha Shradda
22 Phulpati
23 Mahaasthami, 24 Mahanawami
25 Bijaya Dashami, Dashain 2016
26 Papangkusha Ekadashibrat
27 Dwadashi , 29 Kojagrat Purnima Brat
See Calendar in Nepali Language
Marriage Dates:
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Bratabandha Dates:
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 About Bikram Samvat Calendar

Vikram Samvat (Bikram Sambat, Vikram Samvat or Vikram Samwat, Devanagari:विक्रम संवत्, abbreviated "V.S.") is the calendar established by Indian emperor Vikramaditya. It is a popularly used calendar in India and the official calendar of Bangladesh and Nepal. The Vikrama Samvat was founded by the emperor Vikramaditya of Ujjain[1] following his victory over the Sakas in 56 BCE, although it is popularly (and incorrectly) associated with the subsequent king Chandragupta Vikramaditya. It is a lunar calendar based on ancient Hindu tradition (see Hindu calendar and Vedic time keeping). The Vikram Samvat calendar is 56.7 years ahead (in count) of the solar Gregorian calendar. For example, the year 2056 BS began in CE 1999 and ended in CE 2000. In Northern India the calendar starts with the first day after the new moon in the month Chaitra, which usually falls in March/April in the Gregorian calendar. Again in Western India the same era begins with the first day after the new moon in the month of Kartika which usually falls in October and November in the Gregorian calendar. In Nepal, it begins in mid-April and marks the start of the solar new year. In India, Saka Calendar is officially used but interestingly in the Hindi version of Preamble of The Constitution of India, the date of adoption of constitution 26 Nov 1950 is presented in Vikram Samvat (Margsheersh Shukla Saptami Samvat 2006 ). -Reference: Wikipedia.org

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Nepali Calendar is also known the Bikram Sambat Nepali calendar. The current Nepali Year in Nepali is Nepali calendar 2074 Bikram Sambat. Nepali Calendar is approximately 56 years and 8 and months ahead of the English Calendar known as Gregorian Calendar or AD. Nepali Calendar in Nepal is called as nepali Patro. In Nepal the new year starts from the middle of april (approximately 17th of the april). In Gregorian Calendar the days of the months are known but in nepali calendar its not the case i.e. they change yearly.
The maximum number of days in a month in Gregorian calendar is 31, but in the Bikram Sambat nepali Calendar it can have upto 32 days. Bikram Sambat Nepali calendar is mostly used in Nepal and India. Some countries like Indonesia, Bangladesh, Srilanka, Thiland, Malaysia and Bhutan are also using Bikram Sambat Nepali Calendar. We have introduced this calendar to provide exact english date to nepali dates calendar along with the festivals, Public holidays, Marriage dates , Bratabandha dates and date converter tools etc. Peoples mostly use online nepali calendar for the festivals like Dashain(Bijaya Dashami), Tihar(Depawali) with tithi and festivals etc. The next Nepali Year is Nepali calendar 2074 Bikram Sambat.


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