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Nepali Calendar 2079 Baishakh to Chaitra
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The Nepali calendar is officially used in Nepal. The Nepali calendar
based on Bikram Sambat is the national calendar of Nepal. According to the
Nepali calendar, the new year start on the 1st of Baishakh. Nepalese celebrates
Baishakh’s first day as the New Year.
There are 12 months in the Nepali calendar.
In order to create a Nepali calendar, the Nepal Panchang Adjudicating
Committee calculates the calendar and publishes the Nepali calendar.
The date of both Vikram Sambat and AD Sambat can be seen in the Nepali
calendar. There are 7 bars in the Nepali calendar. They are as follows.
Aaitbar (Sunday): – This is the first day in the Nepali calendar
prepared according to Vikram Sambat. In a period of 1 week, it starts on
Sunday and ends on Saturday.
Sombar (Monday): – This is the second day of the week. On this
day, women perform brata in the name of Lord Shiva.
Mangalbar (Tuesday): – This is the third day of the
week. According to astrology, Mangalwar is named after the planet Mars.
Budhabar (Wednesday): – This is the fourth day of the week.
According to astrology, Budhabar is named after the planet Mercury.
Bihibar (Thursday): – This is the fifth day of the week. According
to astrology, Jupiter is named after the planet Bihibar.
Sukrabar (Friday): – This is the sixth day of the week. According
to astrology, Sukrabar is named after the planet Venus.
– This is the seventh day of the week. This day is a public holiday in
Nepal. Students and staff are especially happy when this day comes.