Nepali Calendar Patro

Nepali Calendar 2074 Baishakh- Nepali Patro 2074 Baishakh

This is Nepali Calendar 2074 B.S. at the Baishakh बैशाख Month. Here in Nepal, a local national calendar is running that is called Bikram Sambat (B.S.). So, Nepali Calendar is known as Bikram Sambat. Nepali Calendar is also locally called Nepali Patro. This is a collection of Nepali calendar 2074 B.S. with English dates (A.D) also called Gregorian calendar with Nepali calendar. This Nepali calendar 2074 includes all the events and festivals of Nepal with detail accuracy.

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Nepali Calendar 2074 Baishakh- Nepali Patro 2074 Baishakh

Nepalese calendar starts in Bikram Sambat form. The Nepalese date and month also behave in the same forms. The history of Bikram Sambat have been started from the king of Vikram Aditya. So the Nepalese works and all the official dates, historical dates are records on the base of Vikram combat. Bikram Sambat for functionary use since then, Bikram Sambat came into official use in 1958 as Nepali calendar.

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 The person of Nepal is said as the Nepalese. There are many languages, tradition, and culture that show the identity of Nepalese as well as Nepal. The most things that determine the Nepalese identity is their life and living styles. The 12 month and the name of seven days are exactly the same rotation of the year all over the world. The country identity is their language and culture. Mostly people used to spend and follow the routine according to English calendar. The name of seven days is exactly the same in both Nepali and English calendar but the meaning of using and calling it is different. Let us discuss the names of seven days that Nepali called it:

  1. Sunday – Rabibar
  2. Monday – Sombaar
  3. Tuesday – Mangalbaar
  4. Wednesday – Budhabaar
  5. Thursday – Bihibaar
  6. Friday –Shukrabaar
  7. Saturday – Shanibaar

Now the name of the month according to Nepal calendar which falls according to English calendar.

Name of Nepali month       English month

Baisakh –             April/May

Jestha  –               May/June

Ashadh-               June/July

Shrawan –           July/August

Bhadra –               August/September

Ashoj –                  September/October

Kartik –                  October/November

Mangshir –            November/December

Poush –                  December/January

Magh –                   January/February

Falgun –                 February/March

Chaitra –                March/April

Now we can describe the truth and exact factors that occurred in the month of Baisakh or April and May.

Happy New Year 2074

This is the first month of the year. And it has the great festival that is the new year which is celebrated by all the Nepali. People express their feeling and share their wishes with their own relatives and friends. The New year is celebrated on 1st Baisakh every year according to Nepalese calendar. Nepalese celebrate this day as the festival. The happiness is extremely shown in the face of Nepalese. The first day of the year makes the man energetic and tension free. All the Nepalese joins the hands in the path of development, friendship, non-discriminating society formation. The great love and affection are used to show on the occasion of the first day of the year. Many regions of Nepal like as Himal,Pahad,Terai  people celebrates this day with their own cultures and tradition. But if you talk about the Terai region, there forms the great fair. In the district of Siraha and zone of Sagarmatha, there is one great forest near the city of Lahan also called ‘’Fulbari’’, which has the special occurrence in the first year because in the first there grows the flower of the tree for one day only and it again goes destruction. So it has major importance in that day and the peoples of Terai regions celebrate and worship the festival named ’’JUDSHITAL’’. They make different kinds of delicious meal and plant the tree in the new year. They also give the water in the tree because from this day the mango tree start giving fruit process the older age people use to spray the water on the head of children and adult by giving blessing for bright future. This all used to see only in the first year. So it is the great day for Nepalese and the peoples of Terai regions most.

After some days, the festival of Rama and Sita marriage ceremony came. This day is celebrated as the marriage anniversary of god Rama and Sita. The God marriage is celebrated by the people of India and Nepal as the Rama was the king of Ayodhya and the Sita was the daughter of Janak, king of Janakpur . This is the great relationship that makes the relationship with neighbor India. The god has made the relationship. So it is said as the Nepal and India are the brother. The culture and traditions are almost same. The Hindi is also understand by the people of Nepal and Maithili and Nepali are also understand by the people of India. There is the strong relationship with India and Nepal for the time of God Rama and Sita.

World labors day on 1st may

The unity and community of labor organization which speaks about the right and duties of labor. They celebrate at 1st may every year as the world labor day. This program is conducted in every country of the world on this day. There made the contract and bond of labors, that how many hours should labor work, how many hours should labor can get the break and rest time. Labor should not be worked on the machine, etc . The labor price and works are also mentioned. And this day lies in the month of Baisakh.

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The previous year 2073 Next Month Jyesth
Next Month Ashad
Next Month Shravan
Next Month Bhadra
Next Month Ashwin
Next Month Kartik
Next Month Mangsir
Next Month Paush
Next Month Magh
Next Month Phalgun
Next Month Chaitra

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