Gujarati Calendar 2020-2021 | Gujarati festivals, holidays in Gujarat, Tithi, choghadiya, muhurat, panchang

Gujarati Calendar 2020-2021 On any event in Gujarat, the Gujarati Hindu calendar is mandatory among all the Gujarati calendars. Church calendars are generally used in regular life. But Gujarati’s calendar is used to define appropriate hours and holy schedule for all faiths, fairs, events and festivals.

Gujarati Calendar 2020-2021 | Gujarati festivals, holidays in Gujarat, Tithi, choghadiya, muhurat, panchang

After a day of Diwali, Gujarati calendar begins a new year. The Gujarat calendar starts at Gujarat Month Kartaks preceded by the Gujarati Calendar Magshar, Posh, Maha, Fagan, Chaitra, Vaishakh, Jeth, Asahad, Shravan, Bhadarvo and Aaso Calendar. Church calendars are generally used in regular life.

The days of a Gujarati calendar week are talked as Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Somvar, Mangalvar, Budhvar, Ravivar and Shukravar.

Gujarati Calendar 2020-2021

Throughout Gujarati language for winter, summer, and monsoon, weather seasons are referred to as Shiyalo, Unalo and Chomasu. These are also subseasonal seasons named Vasant(spring), Grishma(summer) and Shishir(winter), Sharad(autumn).

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Gujarati month Chaitra and Vaishakh are considered as Vasant or Spring. Similary Jeth and Ashadh are the months of Grishma or Summer, Shravana and Bhadarvo months considered as Varsha or Monsoon, Kartak as Sharad or Autumn, Magshar and Posh as Hemant and Maha and Fagan as Shishir or Winter.

Gujarati Vikram Samvat Calendar is about 56 years ahead of Christian calendar. So it means if the Gujarati Vikram Samvat year is 2075 then Christian year will be 2019 (2075 – 56). The Vikrama Samvat lunar calendar was founded by the emperor Vikramaditya of Ujjain following his victory over the Shakas in 56 BCE. If the date falls between the beginning of the Western year and the end of the Indian year then 56 year need to subtracted otherwise it will be 57.

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Gujarati festival 2020-2021 Calendar Gujarati Vikram Samvat divided the solar year into twelve lunar months, each comprising of 29 days and twelve hours, four four minutes and three seconds. All in all, 354 days in a lunar year, 8 hours 48 minutes and 36 seconds. The custom of inserting an extra month, called Adhik Mahino or the Purushottam Mas, at an period of 30 cycles (or two and a half years), means turning the month of the lunar month into solar year (as it is called 60 solary months = 62 Lunar month). The cycle for light, months according to moon as well as days according to sun and moon in Gujarati Hindu Vikram Samvat is calendar.

gujarati calendar 2020 marriage dates Tithis or lunar days can have various proportions. Not just this but a tithi is often skipped or two consecutive days share the same tithi. That is because the days are determined by the disparity in longitudinal angle between the sun’s location and the moon in the Gujarati Calendar.

The distinction between Gujarati Vikram Samvat Calendar Year and northern Indiano Vikram Samvat Calendar Year is that, while Gujarati Calendar Year starts in Vikram Samvat on the first day after new moon in Kartak, in the northern Indian portion the same Vikram Samvat calendar will commence on the first day after the new moon, usually in October and November in the common calendar. On the other hand, the new year begins in mid-April in Nepal, where Vikram Samvat has an official calendar.

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