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Telugu Calendar 2018, February

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Date Sunrise Sunset
01. 06:51 - 06:07
08. 06:49 - 06:11
15. 06:46 - 06:14
22. 06:42 - 06:16
Uttarayanam, Vasant Ritu
Amanta : Magha - Phalguna
Shaka Year: 1940
February 2018
Rahu Kalam
Sun :  04.30 - 06.00 AM
Mon :  07.30 - 09.00 AM
Tue :  03.00 - 04.30 AM
Wed :  12.00 - 01.30 PM
Thu :  01.30 - 03.00 PM
Fri :  10.30 - 12.00 PM
Sat :  09.30 - 10.30 AM
Vikram Samvat: 2074
Sun
ఆది
D E 04:37 – 05:22
Mon
సోమ
D A 12:52 – 01:37 D A 03:07 – 03:52
Tue
మం
D M 09:06 – 09:51 D M 11:13 – 12:04
Wed
బు
D A 12:07 – 12:52
Thu
గురు
D M 10:37 – 11:22 D A 03:06 – 03:51
Fri
శుక్ర
D M 09:07 – 09:52 D A 12:52 – 01:37
Sat
శని
D M 08:22 – 09:07
K Padyami – 15:43 12 Ashlesha – 15:06 V M 5:03 – 6:29 V ND M 2:03 – 3:31
K Vidiya – 12:54 13 Magha – 12:59 V M 2:03 – 3:31 V N 8:27 – 9:57
K Thadiya – 10:36 14 Purva Phalguni – 11:24 V N 8:27 – 9:57 V E 6:19 – 7:51
K Chavithi – 8:58 15 Uttara Phalguni – 10:28 V E 6:19 – 7:51 V N 6:48 – 8:23
K Panchami – 8:05 16 Hasta – 10:17 V N 6:48 – 8:23 V N 6:29 – 8:07
K Shashti – 8:01 17 Chitra – 10:53 V N 6:29 – 8:07 V E 4:48 – 6:29
K Sapthami – 8:45 18 Swati – 12:16 V E 4:48 – 6:29 V N 6:21 – 8:05
K Ashtami – 10:12 19 Vishaka – 14:19 V N 6:21 – 8:05 V N 6:45 – 8:31
K Navami – 12:16 20 Anuradha – 16:55 V N 6:45 – 8:31 V ND M 11:12 – 1:00
K Dasami – 14:44 21 BH Jyeshta – 19:52 V M 11:12 – 1:00 V ND N 9:10 – 10:58
K Ekadasi – 17:24 22 Moola – 22:59 V N 9:10 – 10:58 V ND M 9:49 – 11:37
K Dwadasi – 20:04 23 Purva Ashadha – ND 2:03 V M 9:49 – 11:37 V ND A 11:00 – 12:47
K Thrayodasi – 22:34 24 BH Uttara Ashadha – ND 4:56 V A 11:00 – 12:47 V ND M 9:22 – 11:08
Pradosha Vratam
K Chathurdasi – ND 0:46 25 Shravana – ND 7:31 V M 9:22 – 11:08
K Amavasya – ND 2:35 26 Shravana – 7:31 V M 9:22 – 11:08 V A 11:53 – 1:38
Amavasya
S Padyami – ND 3:57 27 Dhanishta – 9:42 V A 11:53 – 1:38 V E 5:26 – 7:09
S Vidiya – ND 4:51 28 Shatabhisha – 11:27 V E 5:26 – 7:09 V E 6:12 – 7:53
S Thadiya – ND 5:17 29 Purva Bhadrapada – 12:46 V E 6:12 – 7:53 V ND M 10:42 – 12:21
S Chavithi – ND 5:15 30 Uttara Bhadrapada – 13:38 V M 10:42 – 12:21 V ND M 1:50 – 3:28
Chaturthi Vrutham
S Panchami – ND 4:46 1 Revati – 14:02 V M 1:50 – 3:28 V ND M 10:01 – 11:37 Phalguna
S Shashti – ND 3:50 2 Ashwini – 14:01 V M 10:01 – 11:37 V ND M 11:26 – 1:00
Skanda Shashti
S Sapthami – ND 2:28 3 Bharani – 13:34 V M 11:26 – 1:00 V ND M 1:08 – 2:41
S Ashtami – ND 0:43 4 Krithika – 12:42 V M 1:08 – 2:41 V ND M 3:52 – 5:23
S Navami – 22:36 5 BH Rohini – 11:28 V M 3:52 – 5:23 V E 4:42 – 6:12
S Dasami – 20:09 6 Mrigashirsha – 9:53 V E 4:42 – 6:12 V E 5:38 – 7:07
S Ekadasi – 17:29 7 Ardra – 8:02 V E 5:38 – 7:07 V N 7:01 – 8:29 V ND A 1:17 – 2:44
S Dwadasi – 14:39 8 Pushya – ND 3:51 V A 1:17 – 2:44 V ND E 3:31 – 4:59
Pradosha Vratam
S Thrayodasi – 11:46 9 Ashlesha – 1:44 V E 3:31 – 4:59 V A 12:45 – 2:13
  • D - Dur Muhurtam
  • V - Varjyam
  • S - Sukla Paksham
  • K - Krishna Paksham
  • ND - Next Day
  • M - Morning
  • A - After Noon
  • E - Evening
  • N - Night

Telugu Festivals, Holidays in 2016

Given below is the list of government holidays in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana and Telugu festivals in 2018 along with date and month.

About Telugu Calendar 2018

Year 2018 corresponds to the hindu calendar year of Durmukhi till , followed by Hevilambi for the rest of the year.

Telugu new year, ugadi 2018 is on and in 2019 Ugadi falls on .

Telugu Calendar is followed by the people of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to determine their religious festivals and also find out auspicious days. Ugadi marks the beginning of Telugu new year as per this calendar. Know the exact dates of Telugu festivals, government and public holidays, muhurtam timings etc...