Hindu Calendar March, 2008. The calendar given below is the Indian Hindu Calendar 2008 showing the day and dates for the month of March. 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 2007 or Hindu Calendar 2009 click on the arrows in the box below.

2008 Hindu Calendar with Panchang

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Language: English Hindi

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March - 2008
Sarvari Magha Phalguna
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
24 17 25 18 26 19 27 20 28 21 29 22
1
23
2
24
3
25
4
26 Pradosh Vrat
5
27 Maha Shivaratri Masik Shivaratri
6
28
7
29 Amavasya
8
1
9
2
10
3 Chaturthi Vrat
11
4
12
5 Shasti
13
6
14
7 Holashtak
15
8
16
9
17
10
18
11
19
12
20
13 Holashtak Ends Maundy Thursday
21
14 Purnima Holi
22
15
23
16 Easter
24
17
25
18
26
19
27
20
28
21
29
22
30
23
31
24
1 25 2 26 3 27 4 28 5 29

The big bold letters are the English Calendar dates and small numbers at the bottom left shows the corresponding Indian Calendar date.

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Festivals and Important Days in March

Mar 7 Fri
Amavasya
Mar 8 Sat
Mar 9 Sun
Mar 10 Mon
Somvar Vrat, Chaturthi Vrat
Mar 12 Wed
Mar 20 Thu
Holika Dahan, Holashtak Ends, Purnima Vrat, Milad Ul Nabi, Sri Satyanarayan Puja, Maundy Thursday
Mar 21 Fri
Purnima, Good Friday, Hindi New Year, Holi
Mar 23 Sun
Mar 26 Wed
Mar 28 Fri

Most of the Hindu Festivals and dates for religious ceremonies are fixed based on the Hindu calendar. This Hindu Calendar 2008 shows the dates of some of the most important hindu festivals. Daily Hindu Panchang for all the days of March, 2008 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.