Telugu Calendar 2014, January • Telugu Festivals in January
Telugu Calendar for the month of January, 2014 is displayed below. Find out the important Telugu festivals and events during January, 2014. Use this calendar to convert English calendar dates to Telugu Year dates and vice versa. This calendar also shows the daily Panchangam for each day of January, 2014.
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|Vijaya Pushya - Magha||
The big bold numbers are the English Calendar dates of January, 2014. The small numbers at the bottom left is the Telugu Year date. Name of the Telugu year is Vijaya and months are Pushya and Magha
Telugu Festivals and Important Days & Events in January, 2014
Given below are the important festivals, events and holidays as per the Telugu calendar in the month of January.
|New Year Day||Wednesday, 01st Jan 2014|
|Nature Day||Thursday, 02nd Jan 2014|
|Chaturthi Vrutham||Saturday, 04th Jan 2014|
|Shasti||Sunday, 05th Jan 2014|
|Epiphany, Somavara Vrutam||Monday, 06th Jan 2014|
|Durga Ashtami Vrat||Wednesday, 08th Jan 2014|
|Pradosham||Sunday, 12th Jan 2014|
|Makara Sankranti, Milad Ul Nabi||Tuesday, 14th Jan 2014|
|Pournami, Pournami Vratam, Sri Satyanarayana Pooja||Wednesday, 15th Jan 2014|
|Shat Tila Ekadashi, Republic Day||Sunday, 26th Jan 2014|
|Masik Shivaratri||Tuesday, 28th Jan 2014|
|Gandhi Samaadhi||Thursday, 30th Jan 2014|
|Magha Gupta Navratri||Friday, 31st Jan 2014|
Vijaya Samvatsaram or Telugu Year 2014
According to Telugu Calendar system, Gregorian year 2014 is called Vijaya or Vijaya Nama Samvatsara.
The Telugu Calendar displayed above shows the Gregorian calendar for the month of January, 2014 along with the corresponding Telugu dates. Click on any date to get daily panchangam and other information about the day.
This 2014 Telugu Calendar lets you know the Telugu date for a particular day in the month of January.
Telugu Calendar is mainly used by the people of Andhra Pradesh to determine their religious festivals and also find out auspicious days. Ugadi marks the beginning of Telugu New Year as per this Calendar. Use this online Telugu Calendar generator to get old Telugu Calendars to determine birth dates, old panchangam etc...