The Panchang is ancient spiritual and scientific calendar system based on the positions of the planets, the sun and moon. One year is composed of 12 lunar months of around 29 days and 12 hours.
For every year, our panchang contains more than 340 important date of events and holy festivals in India. It reflects India's culture through the Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian and civil festivals happening all along the year. Nearly all the festivals are illustrated with a colorful image.
The calendar covers the full 2016 year, and all the information back to 2009.
It contains all the details about the lunar cycles (Tithi and Karana), the planets (Nakshatra), the moon/sun combinaisons (Yoga), the full moons or purnima, the new moon or amavasaya, ... along with the Sunrise and Sunset timings.
- Sun, Thithi and Nakshatra timings for several cities in India (Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata) and around the World: Paris, London, Geneva, Moscow,New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Denver, Los Angeles, Cape Town, Toronto, Melbourne, Sydney, Tokoy. The timings are taking the daylight savings into account.
- At startup, the current month will be displayed, with an emphasis on the current day. Just clic on any day to get all the details about this particular day.
- Lunar month days
- Display the details on a day, including: western calendar information (gregorian calendar), Tithi information (moon day name, Shuklapaksh, Krishnapaksh, timings), Nakshatra (name and timings), Sun timings, list of festivals of that day
- Display Vikram Samwat and Saka Samwat
- A list of full moon (purnima) and new moon (amavasaya)
- A list of events and holy festivals, sorted by months, with direct access to any month.
- A list of government gazetted holidays
- A very convenient search tool: Just type a word or the part of a word and get the list of all events related to your search.
- An image for nearly every event
- A list of major cities for which you want to see the detailed panchang. If your city is not in the list, you just select the closest one.
With the search tool, you can:
- Write "Prad", you'll get the full list of Pradosh vrat of the year (worship of Lord Shiva, which is observed on the Trayodashi of both the fortnight - Shukla and Krishna Paksh)
- Write "Eka", you'll get the full list of Ekadashi of the year (Ekadashi occurs on the 11th day of the bright half - called Shukla Paksha and on the 11th of the dark half called Krishna Paksh)
- Write "Chatur", you'll get the full list of Ganesha and Vinayak Chaturthi of the year
- Write "Rohini" or "Ashtami", and so on...
Our calendar complied a Hindu Panchang according to Vedic science and modern outlook. We did a deep study to give you accurate information. We are still improving our panchang and updating the event's list.
Liability Exclusion: We make every effort to ensure, but do not guarantee, the accuracy of the information on this calendar. None of us shall be in any way liable vis-a-vis any person for any damage of any kind or for any cost or expense resulting from the use of the contents of this calendar. Furthermore, we reserve the right to make changes without prior notice if necessary.
Compatibility and general comfort of use improvements
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A bit tacky
Can we get a setting in future versions to turn off colors and graphics and display simple text.
All I want is panchang data without all the fluff. Thanks.
Fantastic and Fun
I hope the developers keep making this app. It's loaded with features--and the pictures are fun. I only wish that some women saints jayanti would be included--such as Anandamayi Ma. Are you going to make this again for 2010?
Very good calendar ! I was waiting for this...
I'm abroad, and it's really difficult to find a indian calendar! Thanks for this great job, and thanks for the photos. Now i know all my festivals in advance.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.