Indian Hindu Calendar 1998 • Saka Calendar
Hindu Calendar January, 1998. The calendar given below is the Indian Hindu Calendar 1998 showing the day and dates for the month of January. This calendar also has the Hindu Panchang for each day of the month. Click on any date to view the Daily Panchang. To view Hindu Calendar 1997 or Hindu Calendar 1999 click on the arrows in the box below.
1998 Hindu Calendar with Panchang
Saka Calendar January, 1998 with daily Kala Timings & Panchangam. Switch Hindi & English base calendars to get Saka Year & month on Gregorian calendar & vice versa. Change language to see calendar in Hindi or English.
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The big bold letters are the English Calendar dates and small numbers at the bottom left shows the corresponding Tamil calendar date.
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Festivals and Important Days in January
|Masik Vinayaka Chathurthi||Thursday 1st January, 1998|
|New Year||Thursday 1st January, 1998|
|Shani Maha Pradosha Vrutha||Saturday 10th January, 1998|
|Arudra Darshan||Sunday 11th January, 1998|
|Makar Sankranthi||Wednesday 14th January, 1998|
|Makara Jyothi||Wednesday 14th January, 1998|
|Thiruvalluvar Day / Maattu Pongal||Thursday 15th January, 1998|
|Kaanum Pongal (Uzhavar Thirunal)||Friday 16th January, 1998|
|Pradosha Vrutha||Sunday 25th January, 1998|
|Republic Day||Monday 26th January, 1998|
|Ramadan (Eid al-Fitr)||Thursday 29th January, 1998|
|Gandhi Samaadhi||Friday 30th January, 1998|
|Masik Vinayaka Chathurthi||Saturday 31st January, 1998|
Most of the Hindu Festivals and dates for religious ceremonies are fixed based on the Hindu calendar. This Hindu Calendar 1998 shows the dates of some of the most important hindu festivals. Daily Hindu Panchang for all the days of January, 1998 is also available.
Hindu Calendar is the traditional astrology calendar of India. Many of theIndian festivals and Government Holidays are determined based on the Indian Hindu Calendar. The months of the Hindu Calendar starts with Chaitra and ends with Phalguna.