नव वर्ष संवत 2067 की हार्दिक बधाई Nav Varsh Samvat 2067 – Hindi New Year in 2010


Gudi Padwa,
Maharashtrian New Year: Gudi Padwa is the day on which the universe was created by Lord Brahma, according to the Brahma Purana. It is also when Satyug began and Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana.

Ugadi, Telugu & Kannada New year,
The name of the festival is derived from ‘Yuga Aadi’ which means New Age, the first day of the Lunar calendar. It’s also Vasanth Ruthu (spring). It symbolises new life with blooming of fresh flowers, singing of birds and fruit-laden trees. It is considered an auspicious time to venture into new projects.

Cheti Chand Sindhi New Year:
The day is celebrated as the birthday of Jhulelal, the Ishtadevta. Water is worshipped as the elixir of life. For those who observed 40 days and nights of austerities, Chaliho Sahab, it is Thanksgiving Day.

The Hindu New Year in the traditional lunar Hindu calendars followed in North India – especially in Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Bihar and Chhattisgarh is celebrated on Chaitra Shukala Pratipada (March – April). The New Year is first day after the Amavasi (No moon) in the month of Chaitra. In 2009, the Nav Samvat begins on March 27.

According to the traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India this is year 2066. This calculation of Hindu New Year is based on the Luni-Solar calendar. A month in the calendar is calculated from full moon to full moon (Purnima to Purnima). This is known as Purnimanta system.

The calendars followed mainly in North India are based on the Amanta and Purnimanta system. Amanta calendar is calculated from New moon to New moon. Purnimanta is calculated from Full moon to Full moon. Amanta is used in some places for calculating festivals and other auspicious days.

The Amanta Lunar calendar starts with Chaitra month. Amanta is used fix all the major Hindu festivals in North India. Even those communities that prefer the Purnimata calendar use Amanta calendar for fixing festivals.

The Hindu Months

Names of the 12 months of the Indian Civil Calendar and Correlation with Gregorian Calendar

  1. Chaitra (30 / 31* Days) Begins March 22 / 21*
  2. Vaisakha (31 Days) Begins April 21
  3. Jyaistha (31 Days) Begins May 22
  4. Asadha (31 Days) Begins June 22
  5. Shravana (31 Days) Begins July 23
  6. Bhadra (31 Days) Begins August 23
  7. Asvina (30 Days) Begins September 23
  8. Kartika (30 Days) Begins October 23
  9. Agrahayana (30 Days) Begins November 22
  10. Pausa (30 Days) Begins December 22
  11. Magha (30 Days) Begins January 21
  12. Phalguna (30 Days) Begins February 20

The Hindu Moon Days

Names of 15 Moon Days in the Hindu Month

  1. Prathamã First
  2. Dvitïyã Second
  3. Trtïyã Third
  4. Chaturthï Fourth
  5. Pañchamï Fifth
  6. Sasthï Sixth
  7. Saptamï Seventh
  8. Astamï Eighth
  9. Navamï Ninth
  10. Dasamï Tenth
  11. Ekãdasï Eleventh
  12. Dvadasï Twelfth
  13. Trayodasï Thirteenth
  14. Chaturdasï Fourteenth
  15. Panchadasï Fifteenth
  16. Purnimã (Suklapaksha) Full Moon
  17. Amãvãsyã (Krsnapaksa) New Moon

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16 thoughts on “नव वर्ष संवत 2067 की हार्दिक बधाई Nav Varsh Samvat 2067 – Hindi New Year in 2010

  1. Gunjan March 26, 2009 at 5:34 pm Reply

    hey its great .u know i want to know abt it.
    i was not aware of names of months in hindu calender.

  2. shiv March 27, 2009 at 7:20 am Reply

    Dhaynyawaad……………..we came to know about our hindu months

    • Vishal Jain March 27, 2009 at 4:50 pm Reply

      Hi Shiv,
      Thanx for giving ur view to me. i am happy u learn something. T
      Thnx once again. I always ready for sharing knowledge t all.

  3. Shashank Tiwari March 28, 2009 at 7:27 am Reply

    it is vey good that still u are a Hindi Fan

  4. daulat May 18, 2009 at 9:24 am Reply

    sir we want to know the monthly calendar in hindu moon days for getting ready reference the tithi

  5. piyanka arora August 22, 2009 at 6:32 am Reply

    if i m born on 17th december, and my marriage is fixed on 7th december. pls advise if it is ok or not suitable.

  6. Manoj goyal March 15, 2010 at 6:16 pm Reply

    नव संवत २०६७ की हार्दिक शुभकामनायें

    • Vishal Jain March 16, 2010 at 4:55 am Reply

      आप को भी हार्दिक शुभकामनाये

  7. MANOJ MAUN December 31, 2010 at 10:22 am Reply

    YOU ARE A GREAT PERSONALITY WHO THINK FOR BHARTIYA NAV VARSH PLS DO LOVE OF HINDU NAV VARSH 2068 VIKRAMI WITH DHUM DHAM TILAK KARO, AUR BADHAYE DO ANEY WALE NAV VARSH KI.

    MANOJ SRIVASTAVA “MAUN”
    PRACHAR PRAMUKH
    NAV VARSH CHETANA SAMITI, LUCKNOW
    SACHIV
    JAN VIKASH SEVA SAMITI, LUCKNOW
    (PARYAVARAN PREMI LEKHAK)

  8. amit chandra March 15, 2011 at 9:01 pm Reply

    thanks…
    hame aap pe garbh hai.

  9. Dr. Amitosh April 4, 2011 at 7:10 am Reply

    Vishal U done a great job. we R extremely thankful to you

  10. KANHAYA GUPTA April 4, 2011 at 7:42 am Reply

    NAV VARSH KI HARDIK SHUBH KAMNAYE….

  11. Chandra Prakash Dubey March 20, 2012 at 5:24 am Reply

    भारतीय नव वर्ष की चतुर्दिक व्याख्या हेतु धन्यवाद. ऐसे ब्लॉग की बहुत आवश्यकता है. तब शायद हम अपने लोगों को अधिकाधिक जागरूक और गर्वित बना सकेंगे.

  12. Arun March 23, 2012 at 4:20 am Reply

    नव संवत 2069 की हार्दिक शुभकामनायें

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