Nepali Calendar

You may be searching for the tithis, vaars and public holidays which are given in Nepali calendar below. Calendar plays an important role in daily work because most people use their calendars to schedule their lists into their day literally. Keeping this in mind, we provide the typical Nepali Patro in our website.

What is Nepali Calendar?

Nepali Calendar is the official calendar of Nepal used widely by the Nepali Community. This calendar is also known as the Vikram Samvat Calendar as it was named after the Indian Emperor Vikramaditya who first established this calendar. It is also known as the Nepali Patro. In this calendar, you will find all the Nepali dates, tithis, events, festivals, minor as well as minor ones. Find the most descriptive Nepali Patro here. You can find public holidays, bank holidays, marriage or Bratabhanda tithis, Major festivals and Jatras, and many more. Follow our other links to find more information like Nepali Panchang and Rashifal (Horoscope). This Nepali calendar is detailed and helpful for Nepali people living in as well as outside Nepal. You can track all your essential dates through this calendar.

More about Vikram Sambat

The Nepali calendar, also known as the Vikram Samvat Calendar was named after the Indian Emperor Vikramaditya. This calendar is significant because of its use in many ancient and medieval era inscriptions. While the same system was seen being used before, the name 'Vikram Samvat' appears in historical records only after the 9th Century. The Vikram Samvat calendar follows lunar months and solar sidereal year. The Nepali calendar starts around the mid of April, which is commonly known as the 1rst of Baishakh. Nepali calendar is ahead of the Common Era calendar (A.D) for around 56 years and 8 and 1⁄2 months. There are 12 months, but unlike the Gregorian calendar, every month it has varied dates as they are not easily predetermined and change from year to year. The calendar is used as a national calendar in Bangladesh and Nepal. Some other countries like India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia also use this calendar system.

Main Astrological Happenings in Vikram Samvat 2076

  • King of year: Saturn.
  • Minister of year: Sun.
  • Charged up Rahu & Ketu!
  • Saturn-Ketu Conjunction in Sagittarius.
  • Mars-Rahu Angarak Yog
  • Navaratri.

Use of Nepali Patro

Nepali Patro is the online Bikram Sambat Calendar which helps to track down the important dates, events, and festivals of our Nepal. Nepali dates, events and different festivals are remembered and promoted using this tool. So, it is not only a static calendar but an interactive tool where user themselves can contribute to the society during the important events. Nepali calendar is composed of special features like date converter, currency converter, Nepali Rashifal, Nepali dictionary, etc.

Significance of Vikram Samvat Calendar in Nepal

The Vikram Samvat calendar is widely known as the Nepali Calendar or Nepali Patro because it is the National Calendar of Nepal. It is used by government officials as well as citizens to view and mark dates and events in Nepal. The Nepali calendar is vital because the Nepali people also use different other calendars based on their cultures and celebrate New Year accordingly. All other events and festivals are also observed according to this calendar. People also perform various ceremonies with the use of Nepali Calendar. This calendar is accurate to all the different cultures in Nepal. The Gregorian calendar is also accepted these days widely. The Nepali Patro has a significant influence over the rich culture of Nepal and tracking dates that are important to you.

The significance of the Nepali calendar is highlighted with religious festivals assigned to each month. Some of the popular festivals are Mata Tirtha Puja, Buddha Jayanti and Daishain. This Bikram Sambat calendar is followed by the Nepalese people.