Nepali Calendar 2077 Kartik – Nepali Patro 2077 Kartik

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This is Nepali Calendar 2077 B.S. at the Kartik कार्तिक 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 2077 B.S. with English dates (A.D) also called Gregorian calendar with Nepali calendar. This Nepali calendar 2077 includes all the events and festivals of Nepal with detail accuracy.

The great festival of Hindu that is Dashain, Diwali and Chhath fall either in the month of Ashoj or in the month of Kartik. Sometimes these festival are celebrated in Ashoj that is the sixth month of the year and sometimes it is celebrated in the month of Kartik which comes after Ashoj.

Let us talk about the great festival of Nepalese falls in Ashoj Kartik Month.

Tulasi Vivah

Tulasi Vivah is the stylized marriage of the Tulsi plant (sacred basil) to the Hindu god Vishnu or his Avatar Krishna.

Prabodhini Ekadashi, Dev Uthani Ekadashi

Prabodhini Ekadashi is otherwise called Dev Uthani Ekadashi and Devutthana Ekadashi. Parana means breaking the fast. Ekadashi Parana is done after dawn on the following day of Ekadashi fast. It is important to do Parana inside Dwadashi Tithi except if Dwadashi is over before dawn. Not undertaking Parana inside Dwadashi is like an offense.

Parana ought not to be finished amid Hari Vasara. Solitary should sit constricted for Hari Vasara to get over before breaching the fast. Hari Vasara is the initial one-fourth term of Dwadashi Tithi. One should refrain from breaking the fast amid Madhyahna.

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On the off chance that because of certain reasons one can’t break the fast amongst Pratahkal then one ought to do it after Madhyahna.  On occasion, Ekadashi fasting is proposed on two successive days. It is exhorted 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 interchange Ekadashi fasting is recommended for Smartha it agrees with Vaishnava Ekadashi fasting day. Ekadashi fasting on both days is proposed for staunch aficionados who look for adoration and fondness of Lord Vishnu.

Dashain

This is the great festival of Hindu which gives large holidays for people. This festival has the importance of female power that goddess Durga has killed the great demon Mahisasur. And this festival also represents female power.

The female of the present is having the most victims of violence. So the females are also not less than the male. Female can also achieve as big as a male can. So the none of works is impossible by a female to in present era. Dashai is celebrated for ten days.

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The first day is called Ghatasthapna, then continues the counting second day, the third day. And on a ninth day, there done sacrificing and the last and tenth day is Vijaya Dashami.

Lakshmi Puja or Diwali

After 20 days of Dashain, Diwali occurs. If you see the society or view of the market in Diwali, you will fall in love with Diwali. The shinning environment, hugging people and letting of different lights make you mad in Diwali.

Its lightness goes deeper in your heart by pointing. Every homes and shop are decorated with all new types of lights and color also in the shop, it is seen that to do Pandit Puja, they have managed all the material needed for Puja. Everywhere there is full of laughter and happiness which is seemed and deemed only on the occasion of Diwali.

Bhai-dhooj

It is celebrated after the completion of Lakshmi Puja. Men are bound with the circle of love are also the production of love. They are forming the new aspects of loving that will be better for a relationship. Similarly, it is shown mostly in any festival.

The love of brother and sister is shown in Diwali fifth day which is also called as Bhai Dhooj. This love is brother and sister love which describes that how much love is deeper between brother and sister. This is also celebrated as a festival of brother and sister.

The love of a brother to sister and sister to brother is hardly transferred and shown .putting the Tika in the forehead of brother by sister worshipping the brother and wishing only the brightness in their future.

Chhath

Chhath has its own values and norms. Mainly Hindu celebrates this festival as a part of the tradition and culture. Every part of India has decorated in this day. Chhath is worshipped two days to Sun God.

The most worshipped food materials are’’ Thekuwa and Bhuswa ‘’ ( made of the flour of rice).  After coming from the ponds in the morning, they start to distribute the Prasad that is Thekuwa banana and Bhuswa to their own and others.

Chhath is also worshipped as the granting the wishes. The person mainly worshipped this festival for getting happy and prosperity in their family. A person who doesn’t do also have to celebrate from next year if their wish is granted. This is the festival of making the wish come true fast. As this festival starts and ends in this way.

First day: Naha Khay (Bath and Eat),

Second Day: Kharna,

Third Day: Sandhya Arghya (Evening Offering), Kosi (Kosiya),

Day Four: Bihaniya or Bhorwa Ghat (Morning Arghya).

Nepali Calendar 2077 Kartik – Nepali Patro 2077 Kartik

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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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