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Gujarati Calendar 2023: Gujarati Calendar is an offline calendar and free app for all Gujarati speaking people around the world. A free calendar app for Gujarati people (also known as Gujarati Calendar 2022). Gujarati calendar app is very useful for information about Shubh Muhurat and Gujarati panchang 2022


Gujarati Calendar And About Gujarati Calendar 2023

Gujarati Calendar 2023


Gujarati Calendar 2023:
This is the best Gujarati Calendar 2022. This free app includes Festivals, Holidays, Shub Muhurt (Marriage Dates Vehicle Purchase Date House Warming / Griha Pravesha Dates). It also contains details of individual days such as Masa Saptāha and Tārīkha. App has panchak information like Yoga Paksha Karan Tithi Nakshatra Amavshya Rahukal Panchang & Kundali


Gujarati Calendar And About Gujarati Calendar 2023



Gujarat Calendar 2022-23: Lots of information at your fingertips like festivals and Panchang. Tithi & Thoran details are also clearly displayed in the app. The app also has special features like Jamrashi Vrat katha Rashifal Choghadia and Kundali


Gujarati Calendar (Panchang 2022-23): Gujarati Panchangam 2022 provides all details about astrology and horoscope. The app also has Daily Panchang including Nakshatra timing, tithi timing, Shubh Divas (auspicious days) today tithi or Today panchangs are the key features of the app and it is Hindu calendar 2023 with offlines calendar which shows today's Panchang in Gujarati language. Details of Amavasya and Purnima panchang are also available in the app

Application Summary:


✦ Calendar images (January 2022 to December 2022)

✦ Timing of sunrise and sunset

✦ Festivals 2022 – 23rd holidays

✦ shub Muhurt Dates and Marriage Dates or Grih Pravesh Dates and Vehicle Purchase Details or Namakaran Dates)

✦ Nakshatra and Rasi details

✦ Days of fasting in each month

✦ Public holidays 2022 – 23

✦ Gujarati Panchanga and Gujarati Horoscope details

✦ Gujarati Astrologys Informations and Gujarati Astrology Details

✦ Share Gujarati Astrology 2022 – 23 / Gujarati rashifal among your friends and family


Gujarati Calendar And About Gujarati Calendar 2023

Gujarati Calendar 2023-2022 App Features


> Complete Gujarati Detailed Calendar

> Shubh Muhurt Details (Marriage Date, Vehicle Purchase, Namakaran, Grih Pravesh)

> Gujarati Calendar 2022-23 has Masa and Saptāha or Tārīkha and Tithi and Nakshatra, Amavshya, Purnima or Rahukal etc for 2022-23

> Zoom in / Zoom out the calendar

> Gujarati Calendar Almanac 2022-23

> Hindu auspicious days like Amavasya and rashifal or choghadia and Kundali, Muhurtas

> Festival details

> Gujarati Panchang, Gujarati Kundli and Dindarshika

> Daily timing of sunrises and sunset / moonrise or moonset

> Religious/auspicious dates and details

> Quick details of Panchang or Tithi and Thoran or Jamrashi and vratkatha, Nakshatra, Festivals, Holidays, Rashifal, Choghadia & Kundali

> Gujarati Rashi Bhavishya information like Rashifal, Jamrashi, Vrat katha & Choghadia

> Panchak & Vinchhudo details

> Best Hindus Calendar in Gujarati for 2023


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About Gujarati Calendar 2023

Gujarati Hindu calendar is part of everys Gujarati's lifes and while the Christian calendar is very much in practice on the work/business/profession fronts, when it comes to spirituality or faith, when it comes to fairs and festivals and when it come to identifyings auspicious days or holy schedules and the Gujarati calendars is followeds

The Gujarati calendar starts the day after Diwali. It starts with the Gujarati month of Kartak followed by Magshar, Posh, Maha, Fagan, Chaitra, Vaishakh, Jeth, Ashadh, Shravan, Bhadarvo and Aaso.

Days in the Gujarati calendar are pronounced as follows: Monday = Somvar, Tuesday = Mangalvaar, Wednesday = Budhvaar, Thursday = Guruvaar, Friday = Shukravaar, Saturday = Shanivaar and Sunday = Ravivaar.

Generally, there are three seasons in India which are winter, summer and monsoon. In Gujarati they are called Shiyaalo, Unaalo and Chomaasu. However, there are sub-seasons within each season. They are Vasant (spring), Grishma (summer), Varsha (monsoon), Sharad (autumn), Hemant (early winter) and Shishir (winter).

According to the Gujarati calendar and the months of Chaitra or Vaishakhs are considered as Vasant or Spring. Similarly and Jeth and Ashadh are Grishma or Summer months. Shravana and Bhadarvo = Varsha or Monsoon. Aso and Kartak = Sharad or Autumn and magshar or Posh mean Hemant or pre-winter, maha or Fagan mean Shishir and Winters

the Gujarati Vikram Samvat calendar is about 56 years ahead of the Christian calenda and this means if it is 2015 in Christian calendar or it would be considered as 2015+56= 2071st year in Gujarati calendar. The Vikrama Samvat lunar calendar was established by Emperor Vikramaditya of Ujjain after his victory over the Shakas in 56 BC. (To calculate the current Christian year, 57 years must be subtracted from the Indian year if the date is between the beginning of the Indian year and the end of the Western year, i.e. between Kartak sud 1 and December 31 and if the date falls between the beginning of the Westerns year or the end of the Indian year and i.e. between January 1 or Aso vad 30, then only 56 years should be deducted

The Gujarati Vikram Samvat calendar uses the solar year but divides it into 12 lunar months, each consisting of 29 days 12 hours 44 minutes and 3 seconds and all together lunar year of 354 days 8 hours 48 minutes or 36 seconds and to fix the lunar months into the solar year (since 60 solar months = 62 lunar months) there is a practice of adding an extra month called Adhik Mahino or Purushottam maas at an interval of 30 months or say two and a half years. In the Gujarati Hindu Vikram Samvat calendar, seasons are according to the sun, months are according to the moon, and days are according to both the sun and the moon.

Lunar days or tithis can vary in length. Not only this but sometimes a tithi is omitted or sometimes two consecutive days share the same tithi. This is because in the Gujarati calendar, days are calculated using the difference in longitudinal angle between the positions of the sun and the moon.

The difference between the Gujarati Vikram Samvat calendar year and the North Indian Vikram Samvat calendar year is that while the Gujarati Vikram Samvat calendar year begins on the first day after the new moon in the month of Kartak (the day after Diwali usually in October/November in the popular calendar), in the North Indian parts of the same Vikram Samvat calendar begins on the first day after the new moon in the month of Chaitra (usually March/April in the Christian calendar). On the other hand, in Nepal, where Vikram Samvat is the official calendar, the new year begins in mid-April.

Gujarati Calendar 2023: How To Use


We are currently only publishing the November 2022 - November 2023 calendar pages. All other months will be published soon. Your suggestions are welcome.

Download Calendar (1) Right click on the page image, (2) Select "Save Image As", (3) Click on your selection.

To set it as your desktop wallpaper, (1) Right-click the image, (2) select "Set as desktop background",


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