Nepali Date Converter: English (A.D) to Nepali Date (B.S) and B.S to A.D
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There are hundreds of countries in the world with different calendar system but the most widely used calendar system is Gregorian Calendar (Anno Domini) (A.D) as an official calendar of respective countries. Nepal still has its traditional calendar, Bikram Sambat (B.S) as an official calendar of Nepal. There are various other calendar that are used in Nepal along with other Bikram Sambar Calendar. Even after the high influence of western world and technology based on western countries, Nepal still has managed to keep Bikram Sambat Calendar as official calendar of Nepal. Mostly people of Nepal follow Bikram Sambat Calendar for daily use and to keep track of festivals, events and national days.
People use Bikram Sambat Solar Calendar to celebrate anniversaries and birthdays. Whereas, birthdates of Hindu god’s, festivals and death’s ceremonies are celebrated on lunar system of Bikram Sambat Calendar.
English Calendar doesn’t coincide with Nepali Calendar’s dates and months. It is difficult to keep track of exact dates using English or A.D Calendar for Nepalese people for events such as national days and festivals, so there is need of tool like our Nepali Date Converter Tool for exact conversion of dates from B.S to A.D and A.D to B.S.
The Bikram Sambat Calendar is follows lunisolar calendar system whereas, Gregorian Calendar is Solar Calendar. Bikram Sambat (B.S) calendar system uses lunar system for months and solar calendar system for calaculation of year. The Nepali Calendar is also called Nepali Panchang or Patro.
Nepalese New Year falls on mid of April in English Calendar which is Baisakh 1st in B.S Calendar. Whereas, January 1st that is English New year falls on mid of Poush of B.S Calendar.
Aproximately, Nepali calendar or B.S cakendar is 56 years and 8½ months ahead of the Gregorian calendar or A.D or Anno Domino or English Calendar. Interestingly, number of days in each Nepali Calendar months varies every month which is just opposite to Gregorian Calendar which have fixed days each month, except February. Generally, Nepalese Calendar’s month may have 29 days (minimum) and 32 days (maximum), which varies every year. Whereas, the number of days in Gregorian Calendar or A.D Calendar may have fixed days each month which is 31 and 30 and only in February it may have 28 or 29 days. February has 29 days only in leap years, which occur in an interval of 4 years. Usually, there are 365 days in Gregorian year or English year but in leap years, oje day may be added to February as a leap day.
For balancing days of year, there is provision of Adhik maas in lunar Calendar which is considered to be inauspicious for starting any new work or celebrations or functions like marriages, Bartibandha, etc.
Nepali Calendar includes all the festivals of different cultural groups are based on lunar months, whereas national holidays are celebrated on solar dates. Therefore, the dates of festivals do not match exactly every year on the same date o Solar Calendar of Bikram Sambat as they follow lunar day. The Gregorian Calendar has an exact date for celebration of international days and western cultures and festivals as they use the Solar cycle.
The official calendar of Nepal, Bikram Sambat or Nepali Patro or Panchang is used for Government and Bank holidays, festivals, auspicious dates for Marriage, Bratabandha, etc. Nepali Calendar or B.S or Bikram Sambat Calendar is a traditional lunisolar calendar used for celebration of festivities of different ethnic and tribal groups of Nepal and as well as for civic purpose.
We all know, the Gregorian Calendar is used worldwide all over the world. But B.S or Bikram Sambat or Vikram Sambat Calendar is also used in many countries officially and unofficially such as India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
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Bikram Sambat (B.S) Calendar
First of all, Bikram Sambat Calendar is a part of our ancient culture, so it needs to be preserved which can be done by its more use. B.S is lunisolar calendar which is helpful in knowing dates of religious festivals and national days of Nepal. The religious side of Nepalese People is heavily lifted by lunisolar calendar system and the solar cycle up rises the Patriotic side of Nepalese people. Almost all of the religious festivals (except some Sankrati and solar Calendar based festivals) are celebrated on the lunar cycle of Bikram Sambat Calendar. A single day of lunar calendar may not be equal to equal hours of solar days of Bikram Sambat. A day in lunar calendar is called Tithi. Tithis are used to decide on which solar day the festivals will fall each year and also helps to maintain the seasonal crops and crop cultivation time of the country.
And National days are celebrated on fixed solar days of Bikram Sambat Calendar in Nepal. B.S or Bikram Sambat is used for the celebration of both Festivals and National days in Nepal.
Gregorian Calendar (A.D)
Anno Domino or A.D. or Gregorian Calendar is used for the celebration of International days. Various people around the world use various names for this Calendar system that are Gregorian Calendar, Current Era, Common Era, Christian Era, C.E, A.D, Anno Domini, English Calendar, and many local words of several countries. For the international support and activities, Nepal needs to know the events and functions that the world is celebrating. It is important to be a part of international events,for support, to show our existence, for communication, etc. As the world is now a small village in Internet. There always has been a need to keep the tracks of events and functions around the world. For this, there should be one common calendar in the world. And that role is efficiently and well played by Gregorian Calendar.
Important Festival, National and International Days
Bikram Sambat (B.S) calendar is believed to be most scientific and one of the best Calendar in the world. To determine various festivals and national days of Nepal we can use Bikram Sambat calendar. Whereas, Anno Domino (A.D) or CE calendar can be used for determination of international days and events and festivals like Children’s day, Education Day, Christmas, Easter, etc.
Some important festivals, national and international days which are celebrated in Nepal on the basis of Nepali (B.S) and Gregorian (A.D) Calendar are as follows:
Nepali New Year – Baisakh 1
Mother’s Day – Baisakh Krishna Paksha Aunsi
Buddha Jayanti – Baisakh Shukla Paksha Purnima
Republic Day – Jestha 15
World No Tobacco Day – May 31
World Environment Day – June 5
Naag Panchami – Shravan Shukla Paksha Panchami
World Tourism Day – September 27
Krishna Janmashtami – Bhadra Krishna Paksha Ashtami
Teej – Bhadra Shukla Paksha Tritiya
Dashain – Ashwin Shukla Paksha Dashami
Laxmi Pooja – Kartik Krishna Paksha Trayodashi
World AIDs Day – December 1st
Christmas – December 25 (Poush)
Gregorian New Year – January 1 (mid-Poush)
Tamu Losar – Poush 15
Tol Losar – Poush Shukla Paksha Pratipada
Maghesankrati – Magh 1
Sonam Losar – Magh Shukla Paksha Pratipada
Martyr’s Day – Magh 16
Ram Navami – Chaitra Shukla Paksha Navami
World Poetry Day – March 21
International Women’s Day – March 8
World Health Day – April 7
Months and Days in Both Calendars?
There are twelve months in each Nepali and Gregorian Calendar. The name of each 12 months and their corresponding months of Gregorian and Bikram Sambat calendar system with the number of days in the respective month of both calendars is shown below:
|S.No.||Name of Nepali Months||Corresponding Gregorian Months||Number of Days|
|1||Baisakha||Mid-April to Mid-May||30 / 31 (30.950 exactly)|
|2||Jestha||Mid-May to Mid-June||31 / 32 (31.429 exactly)|
|3||Ashad||Mid-June to Mid-July||31 / 32 (31.638 exactly)|
|4||Shrawan||Mid-July to Mid-August||31 / 32 (31.463 exactly)|
|5||Bhadra||Mid-August to Mid-September||31 / 32 (31.012 exactly)|
|6||Ashwin||Mid-September to Mid-October||30 / 31 (30.428 exactly)|
|7||Karthik||Mid-October to Mid-November||29 / 30 (29.879 exactly)|
|8||Mangsir||Mid-November-Mid December||29 / 30 (29.475 exactly)|
|9||Poush||Mid-December to Mid-January||29 / 30 (29.310 exactly)|
|10||Magh||Mid-January to Mid-February||29 / 30 (29.457 exactly)|
|11||Falgun||Mid-February to Mid-March||29 / 30 (29.841 exactly)|
|12||Chaitra||Mid-March to Mid-April||30 / 31(30.377 exactly)|
|S.No.||Name of Gregorian Months||Corresponding Nepali Months||Number of Days|
|1||January||Mid Poush to Mid Magh||31|
|2||February||Mid Magh to Mid Falgun||28/29|
|3||March||Mid Falgun to Mid Chaitra||31|
|4||April||Mid Chaitra to Mid Baisakh||30|
|5||May||Mid Baisakh to Mid Jestha||31|
|6||June||Mid Jestha to Mid Ashad||30|
|7||July||Mid Ashad to Mid Shrawan||31|
|8||August||Mid Shrawan to Mid Bhadra||31|
|9||September||Mid Bhadra to Mid Ashwin||30|
|10||October||Mid Ashwin to Mid Karthik||31|
|11||November||Mid Karthik to Mid Mangsir||30|
|12||December||Mid Mangsir to Mid Poush||31|
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So here are the easiest Nepali Date Converter tool which are the easiest one click tool to convert dates from B.S to A.D and A.D to B.S. That is from Nepali date (B.S) to Gregorian date or English date (A.D) or CE and Gregorian or English date to Nepali date.
How to use this Nepali Date Converter?
1. Enter the date either of BS (Nepali) Date or of AD (English) Date, whichever you want to convert.
2. Enter Year, Month and Date at BS or at AD (at one side only) and click on “CONVERT” Button.
3. After conversion just simply “Tap once in the result” to use the tool Again for Conversion.
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1. Choose AD or BS from top Banner option.
2. Enter the date in “YYYY-MM-DD” format.
3. Click on CONVERT to get the conversion result from either AD to BS or from BS to AD.