Nepali Calendar 2076 Ashwin – Nepali Patro 2076 Ashoj

This is Nepali Calendar 2076 B.S. at the Aswin अश्विन Month. Here in Nepal, the 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 2076 B.S. with English dates (A.D) also called Gregorian calendar with Nepali calendar. This Nepali calendar 2076 includes all the events and festivals of Nepal with detail accuracy.

Life in Nepal is personally related to celebrations. Its examination can’t be made with the religious or social celebrations of Europe, which, for instance, last more often than not for one day, however, are a long way from the neighborhood intensity.

In Nepal, consistently witnesses a festival, and it is to help that this abundance to remember differing prominent occasions devoted to Gods are connected with the confidence of a nation. Ashwin is the seventh lunar month in Hindu date-book.

In Hindu Calendar, there are two strategies to check the lunar month. In one, the lunar month is set apart from Purnima to Purnima (known as Purnimanta date-book) and in other lunar month is set apart from Amavasya to Amavasya (known as Amanta schedule).

Pratipada Shraddha

Pratipada Shraddha is accomplished for those expired relatives who kicked the bucket on Pratipada Tithi, including both Shukla and Krishna Paksha Pratipada. Pratipada Shraddha Tithi is likewise viewed as reasonable to perform Shraddha for maternal granddad and grandma (known as Nana-Nani).

On the off chance that there is no individual to perform Shraddha at maternal home, at that point doing Shraddha on this Tithi mollifies spirits of maternal grandparents. Regardless of whether demise commemoration of maternal grandparents is not known then additionally, Shraddha should be possible on this Tithi. It is trusted that playing out this Shraddha brings satisfaction and flourishing at the home.

Pratipada Shraddha is otherwise called Padwa Shraddha. Pitru Paksha Shraddhas are Parvan Shraddhas(पार्वण श्राद्ध) and promising time to perform them is either Kutup Muhurat and Rohina and so on. Muhurat after that till Aparahna Kala gets over. Tarpan (तर्पण) is done toward the finish of the Shraddha.

Indira Ekadashi

Parana means breaking the quick. Ekadashi Parana is done after dawn on the following day of Ekadashi quick. It is important to do Parana inside Dwadashi Tithi except if Dwadashi is over before dawn. Not doing Parana inside Dwadashi is like an offense.

Parana ought not to be finished amid Hari Vasara. One should sit tight for Hari Vasara to get over before breaking the quick. Hari Vasara is the initial one-fourth span of Dwadashi Tithi. The most favored time to break the quick is Pratahkal. One ought to abstain from breaking the quick amid Madhyahna.

On the off chance that because of certain reasons one can’t break the quick amid Pratahkal then one ought to do it after Madhyahna. Now and again Ekadashi fasting is recommended on two successive days. It is prompted that Smartha with family ought to watch fasting on the first day as it were.

The other Ekadashi fasting, which is the second one, is recommended for Sanyasis, widows and for the individuals who need Moksha. At the point when substitute Ekadashi fasting is recommended for Smartha, it corresponds with Vaishnava Ekadashi fasting day. Ekadashi fasting on both days is proposed for staunch fans who look for adoration and warmth of Lord Vishnu.

Amavasya Shraddha

Amavasya Tithi Shraddha is accomplished for those expired relatives who kicked the bucket on Amavasya Tithi, Purnima Tithi, and Chaturdashi Tithi. On the off chance that somebody can’t perform Shraddha on all Tithis, at that point single Shraddha (for all) on this day is sufficient to conciliate every expired soul in the family.

In the event that demise commemoration of predecessors is not known or overlooked, at that point, those Shraddhas can be performed on this Tithi. That is the reason Amavasya Shraddha is otherwise called Sarvapitra Moksha Amavasya. Additionally, Mahalaya Shraddha for the individuals who kicked the bucket on Purnima Tithi is likewise done on Amavasya Shraddha Tithi and not on Bhadrapada Purnima.

In spite of the fact that Bhadrapada Purnima Shraddha falls one day before Pitru Paksha yet it isn’t a piece of Pitru Paksha. Typically Pitru Paksha begins the following day of Bhadrapada Purnima Shraddha. Amavasya Shraddha is otherwise called Amavas Shraddha.

In West Bengal, Mahalaya Amavasya marks the start of Navratri merriment. It is trusted that Goddess Durga was dropped on the Earth on this day. Pitru Paksha Shraddhas are Parvan Shraddhas(पार्वण श्राद्ध) and favorable time to perform them is either Kutup Muhurat and Rohina and so on. Muhurat after that till Aparahna Kala gets over. Tarpan (तर्पण) is done toward the finish of the Shraddha.

Jivitputrika Vrat

Jivitputrika Vrat is a noteworthy fasting day wherein moms watch Nirjala fasting for the duration of the day and night for the prosperity of their kids. Jivitputrika Vrat is seen on Krishna Paksha Ashtami in the long stretch of Ashwin according to Hindu lunar schedule. This fasting is for the most part seen in Indian conditions of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. Jitiya fasting is likewise mainstream in Nepal.

Saraswati Avahan

The primary day of Saraswati Puja amid Navratri Puja is known as Saraswati Avahan. Avahan implies conjuring of Goddess Saraswati.

Mahashtami, Durgashtami

Mahashtami, otherwise called Maha Durgashtami, is the second day of Durga Puja. Maha Ashtami is a standout amongst the most significant long stretches of Durga Puja. Durga Puja on Maha Ashtami starts with Mahasnan and Shodashopachar Puja (षोडशोपचार पूजा) which is particularly like Maha Saptami Puja aside from Prana Pratishtha (प्राण प्रतिष्ठा) which is done just once on Maha Saptami.

On Maha Ashtami, nine little pots are introduced and nine Shaktis of Durga are conjured in them. Every one of the nine types of Goddess Durga is adored amid Maha Ashtami Puja. Youthful unmarried young ladies, being treated as Goddess Durga itself, are likewise venerated on Maha Ashtami. Revering of young ladies amid Durga Puja is known as Kumari Puja.

In numerous districts, Kumari Puja is finished amid each of the nine days of Durga Navratri. The incredible Sandhi Puja likewise falls on Maha Asthami. The time window of the most recent 24 minutes of Ashtami Tithi and the initial 24 minutes of Navami Tithi is known as Sandhi Time or the blessed crossroads amid Durga Puja.

Sandhi time is viewed as the most promising time amid entire Durga Puja. Sandhi Puja is the perfect point and the most significant custom of Durga Puja. It is standard to perform Balidan or creature penance at this holy crossroads. Fans who keep away from creature penance perform emblematic Bali with vegetables like banana, cucumber or pumpkin. For Brahmins any sort of creature penance is restricted by sacred texts and Brahmin people group does just representative Bali.

Indeed, even the acclaimed Belur Math in West Bengal does emblematic Bali with banana amid Sandhi Puja. It is standard to light 108 earthen lights amid Sandhi Kaal.

Kojagara Vratam, Kojagari Puja

In West Bengal, Orissa and Assam, the most significant day to venerate Goddess Lakshmi fall on the full moon day in lunar month Ashwin. Kojagara Puja Purnima is all the more broadly known as Sharad Purnima in many pieces of India. Anyway, a great many people in India adore Goddess Lakshmi on Amavasya Tithi amid Diwali.

Constitution Day on 3rd Ashoj

The constitution day is celebrated on third of Aswin. As the constitution has not followed in the country but also it is celebrated from this year. But this day hasn’t given the full value and is not celebrated by every people of the country mostly the Terai regions people.


Nepali Calendar 2076 Ashwin – Nepali Patro 2076 Ashwin


Jitendra Sahayogee

I am Jitendra Sahayogee, a writer of 12 Nepali literature books, film director of Maithili film & Nepali short movies, photographer, founder of the media house, designer of some websites and writer & editor of some blogs, has expert knowledge & experiences of Nepalese society, culture, tourist places, travels, business, literature, movies, festivals, celebrations.

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