Nepali Calendar

Nepali Calendar is an official calendar of Nepal. It is approximately 56 years and 8½ months ahead of the Gregorian calendar (A.D). Unlike Gregorian months, the lengths of Nepali calendar months are not predetermined, and change from year to year varies from 29 days to 32 days. So, this Nepali calendar gives you the exact date with cultural events and festivals of Nepal from 1970 to 2100 B.S for both Gregorian and Nepali calendar together. People around the world mainly: USA, Australia, Canada, UK, Japan, Nepal love to use this online Nepali Calendar.

SHRAWAN 2077
JUL-AUG 2020
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Pradosh barat
32
Dwadashi
16
Shrawan Sankranti
1
Ekadashi
16
Mukta kamaiya diwas
2
Dwadashi
17
 
3
Trayodashi
18
Gathamuga
4
Chaturdashi
19
 
5
Aaunsi
20
Gulaparwa aarambha
B.P Smriti Diwas
6
Pratipada
21
Pushpalal smriti diwas
7
Dwitiya
22
 
8
Tritiya
23
 
9
Chaturthi
24
Nag panchami
10
Panchami
25
 
11
Sasthi
26
Goshwami tulashidas jayanti
12
Saptami
27
Yala panchadan
13
Nawami
28
 
14
Dashami
29
Khir khanay din
खिर खाने दिवस
15
World Friendship Day
Ekadashi
30
 
16
Dwadashi
31
 
17
Trayodashi
1
 
18
Chaturdashi
2
Rakshyabandhan
19
Purnima
3
Gaijatra
20
Pratipada
4
Ropai jatra
21
Dwitiya
5
 
22
Tritiya
6
 
23
Chaturthi
7
World soil conservation day
24
Panchami
8
World Tribal Day
25
Sasthi
9
 
26
Sasthi
10
 
27
Saptami
11
Shrikrishna Janmastami
World Youth Day
28
Astami
12
 
29
Nawami
13
 
30
Dashami
14
Aaja akadashi
31
Ekadashi
15
Subha Sait:
Marriage: none
Pasni: 12, 21, 22
Bratabandha: none

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What is Nepali Calendar?

Nepali Calendar is the multicultural calendar with Events and Festivals of all the cultural ethnic groups of Nepal. Nepali Calendar follows detail Nepali panchang to list important festivals like Dashain, Tihar, Teej, Chhath, Lhosar, Eid etc and brings you Daily Panchang of Nepal, Government and Bank holidays, Nepali festivals, puja, Marriage Dates, Bratabandtha and so on. Also cultural celebrations of different diversities in Nepal's ethnic, tribal, and social groups at your fingertip useful for the Nepalese community in Nepal and Abroad.

Nepali Calendar is the Bikram Sambat system which uses lunar months and solar sidereal year. The Nepalese new year falls on 1st Baishakh (mid of April). The months have a minimum of 28 (usually Mangshir/Poush) days and a maximum of 32 (usually Asar/Shrawan) days. Besides Nepal and India, Bikram Sambat Nepali Calendar is also used in other countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.

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King Chandragupt Vikramaditya, who was the then Hindu king of Ujjain (currently in Rajasthan, India), started a new calendar, and gave it his own name, (B)Vikram. ‘Sambat’, which means era in English, is used for any Calendar system in Sanskrit. So, the name of the calendar was developed as Vikram Sambat. With the development of relationship between Vikramaditya and Lichchhavi kings of Nepal via marriage, the calendar system was brought to Nepal. Since then, it was used in Nepal by the further generation of Kings for various purposes, until it was replaced by Sakha sambat in the Rana regime. But the Ranas again restored the Vikram Sambat Calendar in 1958, and since then it is used and known as official Nepali Calendar. 

It is also believed that since in around 58 BC (when the Vikram Sambat Calendar was started), there was no any existence of King Chandragupta Vikramaditya in India. So, the calendar may have been started and solely developed by the Lichchhavi kings of Nepal. That means, it was Mandev, the then king of Nepal who started the Nepali Calendar.

We have also created a brand new Nepali Calendar exclusively for iPhone called Smart Patro with much simplicity using latest development technology to make it much faster and user friendly, which includes the features like Calendar, Date Converter, Rashifal, Forex / Exchange Rate, Gold & Silver, Nepali News, Nepali FM Radio, Panchang and many more. You can download Smart Patro from App Store.

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Nepali calendar is Responsive, Light weight, Dual nepali and english calendar, Public holiday marked with red font, Hover mouse on any day to see events, Next and Previous month for current year, Current date highlight, Calendar changes as per nepali time (GMT+5:45). Now support HTTPS.
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Calendar from 1970 B.S to 2076 B.S. Events like tithis for 1970-2065 B.S. Festivals and tithis for 2065 to 2076 B.S. Gregorian calendar (1913 - 2019 A.D) and Bikram sambat nepali calendar (1970 - 2076 B.S.) together.

Dates to remember on 2077 B.S

Nepali calendar 2077 B.S
  • 2020 Apr 14: Nepali New Year
  • 2020 April 23: Aama ko mukh hernay din
  • 2020 Aug 03: Rakshyabandhan
  • 2020 Aug 19: Kuse Aaunsi (Buwa ko mukh hernay din)
  • 2020 Aug 21: Haritalika Teej
  • 2020 Oct 17: Ghatasthapana
  • 2020 Oct 26: Vijaya Dashami (Dashain 2077)
  • 2020 Nov 16: Bhai Tika (Tihar 2077)
  • 2020 Nov 20: Chhath Puja
  • 2020 Dec 25: Christmas day