With the advent of the Nepali Calendar 2080, a new chapter begins as the Nepali New Year gets underway. This calendar, which is rooted in a rich cultural legacy and steeped in tradition, represents an important turning point in the lives of millions of people in Nepal and in Nepali communities across the world. The Nepali Calendar maintains its distinctive beauty while embracing innovations with each new year.
As we explore the New Nepali Calendar 2080 and celebrate the variety, celebrations, and valued values that characterise Nepali culture, we invite you to join us on a trip through time. Let this auspicious event encourage us to treasure our history and anticipate a year full of happiness, success, and community.
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New Year Calendar (Nepali Patro)
The lunisolar Nepali calendar is used in Nepal and some regions of India. Although it is based on the solar year, the lunar cycles are also taken into consideration. Each of the 12 months of the Nepali calendar has a duration of 29 to 32 days. The documented form of the calendar is also called Nepali Patro in Nepal.
Nepali Date Converter
A helpful tool that lets you convert dates between the Gregorian (Western) calendar and the Nepali (Bikram Sambat) calendar is called a Nepali Date Converter. It makes it easier to compare dates on both calendars, facilitating correct planning of events, festivals, and significant occasions for Nepalis and those who are interested in Nepali culture.
It is often simple to use a Nepali date converter. The converter accepts dates in either the Gregorian or Nepali calendars and outputs the matching date in the other calendar.
Festivals and Events in 2080 Nepali Calendar
The Nepali Calendar 2080 lists numerous colourful celebrations and occasions, each with cherished traditions and cultural significance. The Nepali community will unite to celebrate these joyful holidays, honouring their rich heritage as the seasons change. Dashain, Tihar, Holi, and other important festivities are included in the Nepali Calendar 2080.
The new year begins on Baishakh 1, which is the first day of the month of Baishakh. In Nepal, the first of Baishakh is a public holiday when families get together to celebrate.
|1 Baisakh 2080||New Year 2080 | नव वर्ष २०८० आरम्भ|
|2 Baisakh 2080||Siruwa Pawani Parwa | सिरूवा पावनी पर्व|
|3 Baisakh 2080||Baruthini Ekadashi Brat | बरूथिनी एकादशीव्रत|
|7 Baisakh 2080||Aama Ko Mukh Herne Din | Matatirtha Aunshi | मातातीर्थ औंसी|
|8 Baisakh 2080||Lalitpur Matsyandranath Ratharohan|
|9 Baisakh 2080||World Earth Day, Parashuram Jayanti, Eid-Ul-Fitra|
|10 Baisakh 2080||Akshaya Tritiya|
|11 Baisakh 2080||Loktantra Diwas, Shankaracharya Jayanti, Lalitpur Matsyandranath Aarambha|
|13 Baisakh 2080||National Photo Journalism Day|
|15 Baisakh 2080||Gorakhkali Puja|
|16 Baisakh 2080||Sita Jayanti|
|18 Baisakh 2080||International Workers Day, Mohini Ekdashi|
|19 Baisakh 2080||Rastriya Suchana Tatha Sanchar Prawidhi Diwas|
|21 Baisakh 2080||Narasimha Jayanti, Syangja Lasargha Aalamdevi Puja|
|22 Baisakh 2080||Gautam Buddha Jayanti, Urbhauli Parba|
|24 Baisakh 2080||Kirant Samaj Sudhar Diwas, Rastriya Patrakarita Diwas|
|26 Baisakh 2080||Mangal Chauthi Brat, Rastriya Kanun Diwas|
|28 Baisakh 2080||Rastriya Mahila Jyotish Sangh Sthapana Diwas|
|29 Baisakh 2080||Gorakhkali Puja|
The Gregorian calendar’s mid-July to mid-August mark corresponds to the Nepali calendar’s Shrawan month. The month of Shrawan would fall in 2080 between the middle of July and the middle of August. In Nepal, the month of Shrawan is regarded as auspicious and noteworthy, and several religious rites and festivals are held during this period. Among other cultural and religious festivals, it is especially well known for its festivities of, Shivaratri, Hariyali Teej and Raksha Bandhan.
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