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Hindu Calendar January, 2012
Marathi Kalnirnay , Marathi Calendar with tithi in pdf format is here for free download. Kalnirnay is the standard Marathi panchang used in Maharashtra and Goa. Shubh Vivah muhurat, sankashti Chauturthi Chandroday or Moonrise timings, Ekadashi dates, Amavasya, Purnima tithi nirnay, Puja timings, Chandra Grahan and Surya Grahan times, and the list of all other Marathi festivals and auspicious days are given in this Kalnirnay calendar. The link here is taken from some other website and provided here only for domestic use not for commercial use. Please report us for any type of copyright infringements. It would be greatful of hindupad. Thanks for providing this.
This is a month wise list of most Marathi festivals in the year Most of the Marathi festivals are determined based on the position of the Sun and the Moon. Marathi Festivals depend on geographic location and might differ for two cities and difference is quite noticeable for cities in different time zone. Hence one should set the location before looking into the festival list. It lists all significant public, national, government, regional and religious festivals. The position of Sun and Moon determines the date and time of the Hindu festivals. Diwali is the five days festivity period which begins on Dhanteras and ends on Bhaiya Dooj.