Hindu calendar showing hindu festival dates, tithi & panchang 2022. Hindu calendar - the traditional Indian lunisolar calendar, is followed in most of North India.

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Today is December 09 2022, Friday, and Hindu calendar date is Pausa Krishna Pratipada, Vikram samvat 2079, Saka samvat 1944 & national calendar date Agrahayana 18. For details see today's panchang →

Hindu calendar December 2022

Below is the Hindu calendar for December 2022. Pausa month 2022 starts on December 9.

December - 2022
Agrahayana - Pausa 2079
Base calendar: Gregorian Hindu
Language: English Hindi
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Sun
रवि
Mon
सोम
Tue
मंगल
Wed
बुध
Thu
गुरू
Fri
शुक्र
Sat
शनि
Ganda Mool Nakshatra
  • From 12/03 05:45 - To 12/05 07:15
  • From 12/12 23:36 - To 12/15 05:16
  • From 12/22 06:33 - To 12/24 01:13
  • From 12/30 11:24 - To 12/31 11:47
Agrahayana S 8 Ashtami 8 H 7 IN 10
6:55    5:36
Kumbha 23:48
Purva Bhadrapada
S 10 Dashami 10 H 8 IN 11
6:56    5:36
Meena
Uttara Bhadrapada
S 11 Ekadashi Panchak Till : 6:16 11 H 9 IN 12
6:56    5:36
Meena
Revati
S 12 Dwadashi 12 H 10 IN 13
6:57    5:36
Mesha
Ashwini
S 13 Trayodashi 13 H 11 IN 14
6:58    5:36
Mesha
Ashwini
Pradosh Vrat
S 14 Chaturdashi 14 H 12 IN 15
6:58    5:36
Mesha 15:03
Bharani
S 14 Chaturdashi 14 H 13 IN 16
6:59    5:36
Vrishabha
Krithika
S 15 Purnima 15 H 14 IN 17
7:00    5:37
Vrishabha
Rohini
Purnima
Pausa K 1 Pratipada 1 H 15 IN 18
7:00    5:37
Mithuna
Mrigashirsha
K 2 Dwitiya 2 H 16 IN 19 BH
7:01    5:37
Mithuna
Ardra
K 3 Tritiya 3 H 17 IN 20
7:02    5:37
Mithuna 13:52
Punarvasu
K 4 Chaturthi 4 H 18 IN 21
7:02    5:38
Karka
Pushya
K 5 Panchami 5 H 19 IN 22
7:03    5:38
Karka
Ashlesha
K 6 Shashthi 6 H 20 IN 23
7:03    5:38
Simha
Magha
K 7 Saptami 7 H 21 IN 24
7:04    5:39
Simha
Purva Phalguni
K 8 Ashtami 8 H 22 IN 25
7:05    5:39
Simha 14:04
Purva Phalguni
K 9 Navami 9 H 23 IN 26
7:05    5:40
Kanya
Uttara Phalguni
K 10 Dashami 10 H 24 IN 27
7:06    5:40
Kanya 22:31
Hasta
K 11 Ekadashi 11 H 25 IN 28
7:06    5:40
Tula
Chitra
K 12 Dwadashi 12 H 26 IN 29
7:07    5:41
Tula
Swati
K 13 Trayodashi 13 H 27 IN 30
7:07    5:41
Vrischika
Vishaka
Pradosh Vrat
K 14 Chaturdashi 14 H 28 IN 1
7:08    5:42
Vrischika
Jyeshta
K 30 Amavasya 30 H 29 IN 2
7:08    5:42
Dhanu
Moola
Amavasya
Pausa S 1 Pratipada 1 H 30 IN 3 BH
7:09    5:43
Dhanu
Purva Ashadha
S 2 Dwitiya 2 H 1 IN 4 BH
7:09    5:43
Makara
Uttara Ashadha Christmas
S 4 Chaturthi Panchak From : 3:31 4 H 2 IN 5
7:10    5:44
Makara
Shravana
Chaturthi Vrat
S 5 Panchami 5 H 3 IN 6
7:10    5:45
Kumbha
Dhanishta
S 6 Shashthi 6 H 4 IN 7
7:10    5:45
Kumbha
Shatabhisha
Shasti
S 7 Saptami 7 H 5 IN 8
7:11    5:46
Meena
Purva Bhadrapada
S 8 Ashtami 8 H 6 IN 9
7:11    5:46
Meena
Uttara Bhadrapada
S 9 Navami Panchak Till : 11:47 9 H 7 IN 10
7:12    5:47
Meena 11:47
Revati
Ganda Mool Nakshatra
  • From 12/03 05:45 - To 12/05 07:15
  • From 12/12 23:36 - To 12/15 05:16
  • From 12/22 06:33 - To 12/24 01:13
  • From 12/30 11:24 - To 12/31 11:47
1 - Amanta Date, S - Sukla Paksha, K - Krishna Paksha, - Sunrise, - Sunset, - Chandra Rasi, - Nakshatra, H - Hijjara Calendar, IN - Indian Civil Calendar
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Hindu Calendar December 2022

2022 Hindu Festivals • Hindu calendar 2022 holidays

List of hindu festivals in 2022, holidays, important days, events and observances in India. For festivals in 2023, go to Hindu calendar 2023 →

Name Date
New Year Day Saturday, January 1
Nature Day Sunday, January 2
Guru Govindsingh’s Birthday Sunday, January 9
Lohri Thursday, January 13
Makar Sankranti Friday, January 14
Pongal Friday, January 14
Republic Day Wednesday, January 26
Gandhi Samaadhi Sunday, January 30
→ All festivals in January
Name Date
Basant Panchami Saturday, February 5
Valentines Day Monday, February 14
Hazrat Ali's Birthday Tuesday, February 15
Guru Ravidas's Birthday Wednesday, February 16
Shivaji Jayanti Saturday, February 19
Swami Dayananda Saraswati Jayanti Saturday, February 26
National Science Day Monday, February 28
→ All festivals in February
Name Date
Maha Shivaratri Tuesday, March 1
Holika Dahan Thursday, March 17
Holi Friday, March 18
Rang Panchami Tuesday, March 22
Hindi New Year Tuesday, March 22
Rang Teras Wednesday, March 30
→ All festivals in March
Name Date
April Fool's Day Friday, April 1
Annual Closing of Accounts Friday, April 1
Gudi Padwa Saturday, April 2
Cheti Chand Saturday, April 2
Ramadan Fasting Starts Sunday, April 3
Babu Jagjivan Rams Birthday Tuesday, April 5
Yamuna Chhath Thursday, April 7
World Health Day Thursday, April 7
Palm Sunday Sunday, April 10
Ram Navami Sunday, April 10
Ambedkar's Birthday Thursday, April 14
Maundy Thursday Thursday, April 14
Bengali New Year Thursday, April 14
Mahavir Jayanti Thursday, April 14
Mesadi Thursday, April 14
Good Friday Friday, April 15
Vishu Friday, April 15
Easter Sunday Sunday, April 17
Earth Day Friday, April 22
Jamat-Ul-Vida Friday, April 29
→ All festivals in April
Name Date
May Day Sunday, May 1
Akshaya Tritiya Tuesday, May 3
Ramadan (Idu'l Fitr) Tuesday, May 3
Guru Rabindranath's Birthday Saturday, May 7
Mothers Day Sunday, May 8
Buddha Purnima Monday, May 16
Vat Savitri Vrat Monday, May 30
→ All festivals in May
Name Date
Environment Day Sunday, June 5
Vat Savitri Purnima Tuesday, June 14
→ All festivals in June
Name Date
Puri Ratha Yatra Friday, July 1
St Thomas Day Sunday, July 3
Id-ul-Zuha (Bakrid) Sunday, July 10
World Population Day Monday, July 11
Guru Purnima Wednesday, July 13
Islamic New Year Saturday, July 30
Hariyali Teej Sunday, July 31
→ All festivals in July
Name Date
Hiroshima Day Saturday, August 6
Friendship Day Sunday, August 7
Muharram Monday, August 8
Raksha Bandhan Thursday, August 11
Independence Day Monday, August 15
Krishna Janmashtami Friday, August 19
Muharram Ends Sunday, August 28
Ganesh Chaturthi Wednesday, August 31
→ All festivals in August
Name Date
Thiruvonam Thursday, September 8
Ganesh Visarjan Friday, September 9
Arbaeen Saturday, September 17
Mahalaya Amavasya Sunday, September 25
Navratri Begins Monday, September 26
World Tourism Day Tuesday, September 27
→ All festivals in September
Name Date
Gandhi Jayanti Sunday, October 2
Saraswathi Puja Monday, October 3
Durga Ashtami Monday, October 3
Dussehra (Maha Navami) Tuesday, October 4
World Animal Day Tuesday, October 4
Dussehra Wednesday, October 5
Milad-un-Nabi (Id-e-Milad ) Sunday, October 9
Maharishi Valmiki's Birthday Sunday, October 9
Karwa Chauth Thursday, October 13
Ahoi Ashtami Monday, October 17
Dhanteras Sunday, October 23
Naraka Chaturdashi Monday, October 24
Diwali Monday, October 24
Govardhan Puja Tuesday, October 25
Bhai Duj Wednesday, October 26
Labh Panchami Saturday, October 29
Pratihar Shashthi or Surya Shashthi (Chhat Puja) Sunday, October 30
→ All festivals in October
Name Date
Tulsi Vivah Saturday, November 5
Guru Nanak's Birthday Tuesday, November 8
→ All festivals in November
Name Date
World Aids Day Thursday, December 1
Christmas Eve Saturday, December 24
Christmas Sunday, December 25
Guru Govindsingh’s Birthday Thursday, December 29
→ All festivals in December

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Hindu calendar or Panchang

Hindu Calendar is the traditional astrology calendar of India which has been in use since ancient times. The Hindu Calendar - also called Panchang or Panchanga, is used to determine the time and dates of Hindu festivals, religious ceremonies, muhurat timing etc, making it an inseparable piece of Indian culture. The Hindu calendar distinctly indicates the 5 elements (pancha - anga) of time division - vara, tithi, nakshatra, yoga and karana.

Lunar, Solar and Lunisolar calendar

Since ancient time, both lunisolar as well as solar calendar is in use in India. Lunar calendar months strictly follow the lunar cycle of two lunar fortnights (Shukla paksha & Krishna paksha). Interestingly, lunisolar calendar is basically a lunar calendar which has some intercalation rules to synchronize it with the solar year.

Leap months (adhik maasa) and occasionally, skipped months (kshaya maasa) are introduced to achieve this. In a solar calendar the months are aligned with rashi or zodiac. Each month begins with sankranti (entry of sun into zodiac). Malayalam calendar, Bengali calendar and Tamil calendar are examples of Indian solar calendars.

Amanta & Purnimanta System

Hindu calendar either follows amanta system or purnimanta system to identify the end of a lunar month. On the amanta calendar, one month ends and the next begins with amavasya tithi. Telugu calendar & Gujarati calendar are examples of amanta calendar. Purnimanta system reckons month end/month start from full moon to full moon. The traditional Hindu calendar popular in north India is a purnimanta calendar.

Hindu New Year

Based on new year month a calendar follows, Hindu calendars can be further classified as Chaitradi (beginning with Chaitra month), Ashadadi (beginning with Ashad), Karthikadi (beginning with Karthik).

Samvatsaram & Year Names

Shalivahana Shaka (Saka samvat), Vikram samvat and Kali era are the 3 most popular eras associated with the Hindu calendar. Year 2022 corresponds to Vikram samvatsar 2079 and Saka Samvatsar 1944 starting from Chaitra 01 (new year of respective calendars). Apart from this, some regional versions of Hindu calendar follow a practice of naming each year according to Jovian year cycle (60 year cycle).

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