2019 Calendar covering all religious festivals, New Zealand National Holidays, Indian National Holidays and Lunar day details (Hindu Tithi तिथी). Monthly calendar is best viewed on larger screen (PC/Laptop/Tablet)
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Baisakhi (Vaishakhi), New Year – Tamil/Sinhalese/Nepali, Sri Ram Navmi, Tara Jayanti, Ambedkar Jayanti
April 14 - April 15
- Baisakhi (Vaishakhi / Baishakhi) 2019
- Sri Ram Navmi 2019
- Tara Jayanti, Ambedkar Jayanti, Mesh Sankranti
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- Sunrise 6.44am, Sunset: 5.57pm (Auckland)
- Mesh Sankranti time: 8.55.34PM (20.55.34 hrs) Auckland time.
- Tithi: Navmi (Naum / 9th Lunar day) from 13th Jan 6.12pm (18.12Hrs) to 14th Jan 4.06pm (16.06Hrs) as per Auckland time
- As per Tamil calendar, if Mesh Sankranti time is after Sun set, the Tamil New Year is next day. Thus Tamil New Year in New Zealand is on 15th April 2019.
Festivals on this day
- Baishakhi (Also written as Baisakhi, Vaishakhi, Vaisakhi, बैशाखी)
- Ram Navmi (Rama Navami / राम नवमी)
- Puthandu / Varusha Pirappu (Tamil New Year)
- Sinhalese New Year (Sri Lanka)
- Nepali New Year
- Mesh Sankranti
- Pana Sankranti
- Pohela Baishakh
- Thingyan (Myanmar / Burma – Buemese New Year)
- Choul Chnam Thmey (Combodian New Year)
- Songkran (Thai New Year)
- Celebrated as New Year in most of the South Asian / South East Asian countries
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Hindu year Vikram Samvat (विक्रम संवत) 2075: from 18th March 2018 to 5th April 2019
Disclaimer: Though all the precautions are taken to calculate exact calendar / tithi as per New Zealand Time, there may be some differences. This may be because Sun Rise/Set and Moon Rise/Set timings differ at every place.
First day after no Moon day (अमावस्या) is considered here as first day of Hindu Month. This is called Amant Calendar (अमान्त पंचांग). In few parts of India first day of Hindu Month is considered on one day after Full Moon (पूर्णिमा) and the calendar is known as Purnimant Calendar (पूर्णिमान्त पंचांग). Only month name changes in these two methods. Tithi still remains the same. For example, if the tithi is Shukla paksh Chaturthi (शुक्ल पक्ष चतुर्थी), it remains same in both the methods.
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