Hindu Calendar

Panchang

What is a Panchang?

Panchang is the calendar system used in ancient India.

The word "Panchang" means five ("panch") parts ("ang"). Each date in the Panchang consists of five subjects:

  • The age of the moon within the month;
  • The constellation near which the moon is
          situated on each particular day;
  • The day of the week;
  • The eclipses; and
  • The positions of the planets.


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Date Day Event

01-Jan

Sunday

Navodaya Puja

01-Jan

Sunday

Sanatan Mandir Annual Festival Calendar - 2017

08-Jan

Sunday

Ekadashi

11-Jan

Wednesday

Poornima

11-Jan

Wednesday

Purnima/Vivekanand Jayanti

13-Jan

Friday

Lohri

14-Jan

Saturday

Makar Sankranti

15-Jan

Sunday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

Event Description

23-Jan

Monday

Ekadashi

27-Jan

Friday

Amavasya

01-Feb

Wednesday

Vasant Panchami(Sarswati Puja)

06-Feb

Monday

Ekadashi

10-Feb

Friday

Poornima

10-Feb

Friday

Purnima

14-Feb

Tuesday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

Event Description

22-Feb

Wednesday

Ekadashi

24-Feb

Friday

Maha Shivratri

26-Feb

Sunday

Amavasya

08-Mar

Wednesday

Ekadashi

12-Mar

Sunday

Poornima

12-Mar

Sunday

Purnima (Holi Dahan)

15-Mar

Wednesday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

Event Description

23-Mar

Thursday

Ekadashi

27-Mar

Monday

Amavasya

28-Mar

Tuesday

Chaitra Navaratra begin / Yugadi / Gudi Padwa

03-Apr

Monday

Devi Maha Ashtami

04-Apr

Tuesday

Shree Ram Navami

06-Apr

Thursday

Ekadashi

10-Apr

Monday

Poornima

10-Apr

Monday

Hanuman Jayanti/ Purnima

14-Apr

Friday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

Event Description

22-Apr

Saturday

Ekadashi

26-Apr

Wednesday

Amavasya

28-Apr

Friday

Akha Teej / Parashuram Jayanti

06-May

Saturday

Ekadashi

09-May

Tuesday

Poornima

09-May

Tuesday

Purnima (Buddha Jayanti)

14-May

Sunday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

21-May

Sunday

Ekadashi

25-May

Thursday

Amavasya

25-May

Thursday

Shani Jayanti

04-Jun

Sunday

Ekadashi

04-Jun

Sunday

Ved Mata Gayatri Jayanti

09-Jun

Friday

Poornima

09-Jun

Friday

Vata Savitri Vrat(Purnima)

12-Jun

Monday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

20-Jun

Tuesday

Ekadashi

23-Jun

Friday

Amavasya

25-Jun

Sunday

Jagannath Rath Yatra

04-Jul

Tuesday

Ekadashi

08-Jul

Saturday

Poornima

08-Jul

Saturday

Guru/Vyas Purnima

12-Jul

Wednesday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

19-Jul

Wednesday

Ekadashi

22-Jul

Saturday

Amavasya

23-Jul

Sunday

Shravan Month Begin

27-Jul

Thursday

Naga Panchami (Kaal Sharpa Shanti Vidhi)

02-Aug

Wednesday

Ekadashi

07-Aug

Monday

Poornima

07-Aug

Monday

Raksha Bandhan / Purnima / Upakarma

11-Aug

Friday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

15-Aug

Tuesday

Shri Krishna Janmashtami (Gokulashatami)

17-Aug

Thursday

Ekadashi

21-Aug

Monday

Amavasya

24-Aug

Thursday

Hartalika Teej/Kevda Teej

25-Aug

Friday

Shri Ganesh Chaturthi

01-Sep

Friday

Ekadashi

04-Sep

Monday

Ananta Chaturdashi

05-Sep

Tuesday

Poornima

05-Sep

Tuesday

Purnima

06-Sep

Wednesday

Pitru Paksha Start

09-Sep

Saturday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

15-Sep

Friday

Ekadashi

19-Sep

Tuesday

Amavasya

20-Sep

Wednesday

Shardiya Navratri Begin

28-Sep

Thursday

Durga Ashtami

30-Sep

Saturday

Vijaya Dashami / Dusshera

01-Oct

Sunday

Ekadashi

05-Oct

Thursday

Poornima

05-Oct

Thursday

Sharad Purnima (Kojagari)

08-Oct

Sunday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

08-Oct

Sunday

Karva Chauth

15-Oct

Sunday

Ekadashi

17-Oct

Tuesday

Dhan Teras (Dhanwantari Jayanti)

18-Oct

Wednesday

Kali Chaudash /Narak Chaturdashi

19-Oct

Thursday

Amavasya

19-Oct

Thursday

Deewali / Lakshmi & Chopda Pujan

20-Oct

Friday

Annakut / Govardhan Puja / Nav Samvat-2074

31-Oct

Tuesday

Tulsi Vivah/Dev Utthan Ekadashi

03-Nov

Friday

Poornima

07-Nov

Tuesday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

13-Nov

Monday

Ekadashi

17-Nov

Friday

Amavasya

29-Nov

Wednesday

Ekadashi

29-Nov

Wednesday

Gita Jayanti

02-Dec

Saturday

Poornima

02-Dec

Saturday

Datta Jayanti/Purnima

06-Dec

Wednesday

Sankatahara Chaturthi

13-Dec

Wednesday

Ekadashi

17-Dec

Sunday

Amavasya

29-Dec

Friday

Ekadashi