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Nepali calendar is called Nepali Patro in Nepali. Nepali Patro is the national calendar of Nepal based on Bikram Sambat. This calendar is the official calendar of Nepal.
According to this Nepali Patro (नेपाली पात्रो), New Year falls on Baisakh 1. The Nepali Patro, which is published every year, tithi date, national days, cultural days, festivals, public holidays, etc. throughout the year.
In Nepal, the Nepal Panchanga Nirnayak Samitee calculates the almanac (पञ्चाङ्ग) and publishes the calendar.
Like other calendars, this Nepali Patro has twelve months.
Nepali Calendar depends on the Bikram Sambat schedule and the Nepali schedule is around 56 years and 8.5 months in front of the English Calendar known as Gregorian Calendar or AD.
The new year begins from the center of April(approximately seventeenth of the April). In Gregorian Calendar the times of the months are known yet in Nepali schedule its not the case, for example, they change yearly.
The most extreme number of days in a month in the Gregorian schedule is 31, however, in the Bikram Sambat Nepali Calendar, it can have up to 32 days. Bikram Sambat Nepali schedule is generally utilized in Nepal and India.
A few nations like Indonesia, Bangladesh, Srilanka, Thailand, Malaysia, and Bhutan are additionally utilizing Bikram Sambat Nepali Calendar.
We have acquainted this schedule by giving definite English dates to Nepali dates schedule alongside the celebrations, Public occasions, Marriage dates, Bratabandha dates, and date converter apparatuses and so forth.
People groups, for the most part, utilize online Nepali Patro 2080 schedule for celebrations like Dashain(Bijaya Dashami), Tihar(Deepawali), Chath Parba and so on. Dashain 2080 beginnings from Katik fifth for example day of ghatasthapana and Dashain Tika 2080 on Katik fourteenth. Tihar 2080 lies on Kartik month.