This is Nepali Calendar 2076 B.S. at the Jyesth ज्येष्ठ 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.
Nepali Calendar 2076 Jyestha – Nepali Patro 2076 Jyestha
Jesth Mahina is the second month followed in Nepal and North India in a traditional Hindu lunar calendar. Jesth Mahina 2019 will take place from 15 May to 15 June. This calendar is predominantly followed in the states of Nepal, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Haryana, Bihar and Chhattisgarh and North India.
From the day after Purnima or full moon to the next Purnima, a month is calculated. The Hindi Calendar year is Saka 2076.Water in this month is to be saved and judgmental. Sun or Surya Bhagavan will be in this month’s Rudra form. It’s his most fierce form.
Water has been worshipped this month in olden days. Varun Dev’s Puja, the lord of waters, is being performed this month. Sri Krishna’s Vasudev form is also being worshipped this month. Jest month is also one of the twenty-seven nakshatras in Hindu astrology. Jesth month falls when purnima or full moon day of the month coincides with jestha nakshatra.
Information and Facts about jesth month
Born Jesth has excellent physical endurance and a good physical appearance. But when it comes to dealing with some really difficult issues in their lives, these people are rather soft, where a firm decision must be made and implemented with a firm mind.
They’re a lot of talkative, so they can’t keep a secret. They should try to control their temper and be ready to accept the advice given by others in order to get on well with others. These qualities make them look like a very proud person, but the facts are different in fact. For Jesth born, the key to success in life is controlling their behavior in every way of life.
That also includes their eating habits. If this happens, they will be taken to the highest position in the hierarchy where they work by their sincere nature. Also, these people are not very clear about the profession they want to pursue for life, and therefore often continue to change jobs or business lines.
This is the result of the planet Buddha’s dual nature, this Nakshatra’s ruler. These people are not very lucky when it comes to family relationships. While their parents don’t get any special help, their spouse is also very dominant, so they can’t take for granted their spouse’s support in whatever they do.
Fact about people who take birth in jesth month
Facts of males: He has a very good physical endurance and an attractive face. It can be noticed that most of the people born in this Nakshatra have defective teeth, either the teeth are gaping between them or they are bulging out. If there are no such two defects, the color of the teeth will be different.
In his mind, he’s very clean and very sober. But others won’t notice these good qualities as they don’t believe in show. Even a small problem he can’t face. He is the type of person not to be told or given any secret. He can’t hide anything in his mind even if it’s about his own life.
He feels that something is missing in his life and that good sleep is disturbed unless he keeps it open to others. Several people who were born in this Nakshatra came to me and complained about getting good sleep. When inquiring into the reason for such a state of affairs.
So they’re always waiting for the next morning and trying to tell the people who meet them first. He’s hot tempered and stubborn. He often faces many problems because of this temperament and forms a wall for his progress in life. He never accepts other people’s advice, while he acts on his own consciousness.
He takes decisions on a number of issues on the spot for the sake of principle without seeing the opportunity and circumstances, which ultimately leads him to a precarious state. Because of the hot temperament condition, he won’t hesitate to cause problems and troubles even to those who gave him all possible help when needed and even treat those people ill.
He can’t expect the relationships to help. He seems to be very proud outwardly, but when we get closer to him it will be obvious that it’s just the opposite. He has to keep away all drugs and alcohol as he is prone to swiftly go out of control that will spoil his hard-earned reputation, hamper his profession as well as family life.
At a very young age, he will leave his home and seek refuge in a remote place. Because of his own effort he must earn his bread strictly. Due to the sincerity shown in the field of work, he usually quickly appears in any position he holds.
Constant job or occupation change is noticed. Period up to 50 years of age will be full of trial, and thereafter all stability in his life will only begin. A period of maximum troublesome from 18 years of age to 26 years of age. He will have to undergo financial problems during this period, mental agony as well as mental disorder in some cases.
A period from the age of 27 will be a beginning of progress towards stability, although the pace will be very slow to the age of 50.
He can’t expect any benefit from his mother and his co-born, while they’re becoming his enemies. He’s usually disliked by his loved ones. This is mainly due to the fact that the born Jesth loves to maintain a separate identity and existence.
His spouse will always have an upper hand and resist the activity of poisoning to the tooth and nail. While his married life will be entirely harmonious and enjoy his wife’s maximum occasional health problems or separation due to some inevitable circumstances, the native mind will be greatly affected.
The possible diseases are frequent temperature, dysentery, cough and cold, asthmatic attachment and stomach problems. It is noticed that these individuals are often affected by one or the other health issues. He may have severe arms and shoulders pain as well.
Facts of female: Well-proportioned and long-armed muscular body. Higher than average height. Broad face, short and curly hair. She has strong emotions, jealousy and deeper love. She’s smart, thoughtful, perceptive. She is more interested in knowing what others are talking about her.
Although her natural feminine character won’t let her appear to be dominant, she’s a good organizer. She’s active in sports. Medium education in academia. She often struggles at home to enrich her own life through the success of her husband. Therefore, most of the females born in Jesth are not involved in any earning job.
She lacks marital harmony and there is also noticeable loss of children. In some cases, such native people have been subjected to in-law harassment and several stories of concoctions are framed against her.
She has to be very careful with her neighbors and relatives as they are people who put poison in her life. For her, a worry-less period is very rare. Since she makes her own rule to abide by her children, her children will neglect her as a vengeance for what she has done to them during childhood.
Some of the females born in this Nakshatra are seen to suffer from uterine disorder. She is also prone to prostrate arms and shoulders with gland enlargement or pain.
JESTHA OR MAY/JUNE
This month starts after the end of Baisakh. So this is also the second month of the Nepali calendar. This month does not bring more vacation. But this is the moth of thirty-two days. It means it’s a long month.
Festivals and events that fall in Jeth month
These are some events that fall under the Jestha month, but the following date is of 2019.
This is also the month of the fair that occurs in the goddess temple mostly in Terai regions. There is the place named Dhorna, Birnagar near about five k.m. from Lahan. This is the time I mean in Purnima, there lies the great fair with the large crowd of people.
People from India and far away from Nepal used to come to worship and gets some wishes and blessing of Goddess Rajdevi Mata. This temple is famous for fulfilling the devotees wish very quick. Thousands of goats and pigeons are sacrificed on this day.
The goddess is believed in destroying all the diseases and sorrow of their devotee. It is also one rules that if you make the wish this year and if your wish fulfills then you have to fulfill that desired celebrated thing. If you do delay, you have to pay to double in the environment of a goddess. Now the government has also given the budget and security to keep this temple safe and clean.
Jestha 15th Gantantra day
This is the day of Gantantra which have started to celebrate the coming of moist in government from a forest. This day the different party leaders organize different program and rally to say the country to celebrate Gantantra day.
To establish the peace in Nepal , the former prime minister Girija Prasad Koirala have brings the destructing moist from the forest. Before coming into the government, moist used to live in the forest and used to destroy the offices, treating the peoples, killing the officers and kidnapping the businessman.
After 10 years of war between the government and moist there becomes the contract to surrender all the guns and weapons to the government. The report shows the death of 20000 thousand moist and about 10000army and police officers. The country was in losing identity mode. Moist have destroyed the sleepings of people and government.
Many wars and confliction have occurred. Finally, both came in the contraction and later after the vote, moist party win with a large seat but can’t make the constitution. When moist became the government of Nepal, they started the date of celebrating Gantantra day on every 15th Jestha.
Shanidev Jayanti – June 3
Shani Jayanti is held in honor of the mighty Lord Saturn as the birthday of the planet God Saturn is considered this day. Shani Jayanti is celebrated on Krishna Paksha’s New Moon (Amavsya) day in the Jest month to please Lord Saturn.
Women are also watching a fast, and this day they are following Vat Savitri Vrata. This year, on June 3, 2019, Shani Jayanti will be celebrated. Shani is Sun and Chhaya’s son. Shani is a planet that has been greatly wronged and cursed by his own wife and heavenly mother Parvati.
In fact, after realizing her mistake, Maa Parvati gave Shani a boon that no significant event would occur in a person’s life unless Shani gave his divine sanctity to that work, either through a transit or through an aspect to a relevant house in one’s Horoscope.
Tradition has it that Shani is Yama’s elder brother (the god of death), and therefore he can sometimes also play Yam’s role. Therefore, if a bad Dasha runs, and at the same time Saturn’s evil transit continues, and the age of death has also come–Shani will certainly kill.
Shani also represents detachment and an end in a way, and going through the same analogy. Shani has a great spiritual value and the lessons it can bring. Legends have it that without a well-placed and powerful Shani in their Kundali, no saint can be born.
Vat Savitri Amavasya fasting – June 3
Most of the lunar calendar festivals fall on the same day in Amanta and Purnimanta. In North Indian states, mainly in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab and Haryana, the calendar of Purnimanta is followed.
Amanta lunar calendar is usually followed in the rest of the states. Vat Purnima or Vat Savitri Puja is celebrated in Nepal, India’s western states, such as Maharashtra, Gujrat and Karnataka. Women pray for their husbands ‘ longevity and prosperity at this festival.
While they pray for their husbands ‘ long lives, on this day they tie threads around the banyan tree trunk. This is referred to as a pipal puja. In the various parts of the state, the married women watching this festival pay respect to the illustrious lady, Savitri, who was Satyavan’s legendary wife. She is a popular figure, having rescued the soul of her husband from the death god, Lord Yama.
However, it could be considered an exception to Vat Savitri Vrat. During Jesth Amavasya, which coincides with Shani Jayanti, Vat Savitri Vrat is observed in Purnimanta calendar. Vat Savitri Vrat, also known as Vat Purnima Vrat, is observed during Jesth Purnima in the Amanta calendar.
Therefore, married women observe Vat Savitri Vrat in Maharashtra, Gujarat, and southern Indian states 15 days later than that of North Indian women. However, in both calendars the legend behind fast observation is the same.
Legend has it that great Savitri tricked Lord Yama, the lord of death, and compelled Him to return her husband Satyawan’s life. Married women therefore observe Vat Savitri Vrat for their husband’s well-being and long life.
Aranya Sashti – June 8
On the sixth day of the waxing phase of the moon in the month of Jesth (May–June), Aranya Sashti or Aranya Shashti is observed according to the traditional Hindu calendar. It is dedicated to the God of the forest and to the Sashti and Kartikeya goddess.
There is a popular belief that those who watch Aranya Sashti are going to be blessed with children. Legend has it that a married woman once stole food and blamed it on a cat. The cat stole all the kids the women gave birth to take revenge and placed them in a temple dedicated to Shasti.
She finally prayed to the goddess and was advised to take a picture of cat and worship together with the goddess to get her babies back. Women watch the day’s partial fast and perform puja in a forest or under the Kadamba Tree.
Goddess Shasti will be worshipped on the day and offerings will be made on a traditional fan. Only the day women eat fruits. The prayers offered on the day are Rg Veda’s Aranya Suktam. A cat along with Goddess Shasti is worshipped on the day in Nepal and western parts of India.
All the worship on the day is associated with rites of fertility and aims to become an offspring. In Bengal, the day is observed as Jamai Sasthi. On the day in Orissa, the famous Shiva-Pravati Vivah is held and is known as Sitala Sashti.
Ganga Dashara – June 12
Ganga Dussehra falls during Jesth Shukla Paksha’s Dashami Tithi and is now falling in May or June. Also known as Gangavataran, Ganga Dussehra means’ the Ganga descent.’ Ganga Dusshra is usually celebrated one day before Nirjala Ekadashi, but Ganga Dussehra and Nirjala Ekadashi may fall on the same day in a few years.
The Goddess Ganga resided in Lord Brahma’s Kamandal before coming to Earth and along with her the Goddess Ganga brought to Earth the purity of heaven. Devotees worship Goddess Ganga on Ganga Dussehra and take bath in Ganges. It is considered highly auspicious to take a bath in Ganges and offer charity or Dan-Punya on the day of Ganga Dussehra.
Devotees flock to Allahabad / Prayag, Garhmukteshwar, Haridwar, Rishikesh and Varanasi to take a holy dip in Ganges on Ganga Dussehra day. Celebrations of Ganga Dussehra are legendary in Varanasi. Thousands of devotees do Ganga Snan on the day of Ganga Dussehra and participate at Dasaswamedh Ghat in Ganga Aarti.
Sometimes the Rato Machchendranath festival of Patan extends into June, and it’s worth checking out if you’re in Kathmandu at that time. The pulling around the streets of a huge chariot is a sight to behold. Ropain is a festival of rice planting that either falls in late June or early July.
Things to do in jesth month in Nepal
Half of the Jesth month fall in May and half in June. So we can do the things that are done in the month of May and June. May is Nepal’s last real springtime month. Temperatures can be hot in the cities and at lower elevations, but conditions are still good for trekking, so get in quickly before the rains begin.
Nepal sees huge climatic variation between the Terai plains, the mid-hills where Kathmandu and Pokhara are located, and the high Himalayas. In May, the weather in the hill towns is very hot, often daytime above 90 ° F, and even higher on the Terai.
Although Nepal’s monsoon starts in June, rain and thunderstorms are likely to start all over the country in late May. High altitude weather may still get cold at night, but most Himalayan places will be warm and sunny during the day. May is Nepal’s spring tourism season’s tail end.
The popular trekking trails remain busy, and accommodation in the teahouse can quickly fill up. In May, hotels tend to charge a peak season fee. By the end of May, visitor numbers start to decline as the monsoon approaches. May is Nepal’s prime trekking season, with warm temperatures that make both camping and teahouse treks comfortable.
In May, however, visibility is not always as clear as humidity and dust build up before the monsoon arrives in June. In May, you may experience some rain and brief thunderstorms on treks, which in fact has the advantage of clearing the air and improving mountain views.
In May, nearly all trekking trails are accessible and comfortable across the country. For some trekkers, those at lower altitudes, like around the Kathmandu Valley and Pokhara, may be uncomfortably hot, so this is an ideal time to go to the mountains.
At this time of year, camping treks are also good. Unfortunately, in May, heat, and dust build up to unpleasant levels in Kathmandu, with winds making conditions even more uncomfortable. Go instead to the hills, mountains, and rivers where you will enjoy much cleaner air.
Visitor numbers thin out considerably in June with the arrival of the monsoon season in Nepal. But there are still a number of cultural and trekking activities that you can enjoy in this warmer month if you know where to look. Nepal sees huge climatic variation between the Terai plains, the mid-hills, and the high Himalayas.
The monsoon, arriving in Nepal in June, sweeps up from India. This, on the one hand, brings welcome relief from hot and dusty conditions in the cities and provides much-needed irrigation for agriculture. But it also makes it more challenging to travel across Nepal, with common annoyances being wet weather, landslides, and muddy or flooded roads.
In most places, temperatures remain hot; the rain can take off the edge of the heat, but it brings more humidity. In many hotels, low-season rates are available. Most trails are empty as they become inconvenient or even inaccessible. June is not an ideal hiking season throughout Nepal in many places.
Clouds obscure views, muddy and slippery trails, and landslides can hinder road access to trailheads. There’s one notable exception, though: Mustang. See below for more information. Mustang lies north of Pokhara in the rain shadow of the Himalayas, meaning it doesn’t experience the monsoon-like weather falling on the rest of the country.
Because of the higher altitude here, the weather is sunny but not too hot, and the skies normally remain clear. Landslides on the road to Mustang during monsoon make it difficult for you to travel overland, but Jomsom is connected by air to Pokhara. If you want to hike in Nepal and June is the only time you can visit, consider hiking in Lower Mustang and Upper Mustang.
Although many outdoor adventure activities in June in Nepal become difficult or impossible, there are still plenty of cultural activities to be enjoyed. Cities and towns such as Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Bandipur offer many cultural attractions including temples, museums, bars and restaurants, shops, and charming accommodations.
You can enjoy all of these even when it’s wet out. And as already mentioned, trekking is still a possibility in some regions. Bandipur, a hidden gem in central Nepal, is a great sightseeing destination this month. To find out more about this magical city.
So, these are some important information about a Jesth month. Many important events and festivals fall under Jesth. We will be posting more articles about these, not now but of course later in coming days. If you like or dislike this article then don’t forget to comment. We will look forward to your response.
|Jestha 2076||May – June 2019|
Festivals and events in the Month of Jestha, 2076
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