About Odia Calendar

The "Odia Calendar" is a solar calendar used in the region of Odisha. The odia calendar consists of six(6) seasons, twelve(12) months, seven-day(7) week as used by many other calendars. The day begins and ends at sunrise in the odia calendar, unlike in the Gregorian calendar, where the day starts at midnight. There are many variants of odia calendar is used in diffrent parts of Odisha. Some of the common and popular calendars are published in this website and those are:
Biraja Calendar
- This is created and counted by Pandit Sri Paramananda Mishra and used in Maa Mangala Biraja temple and data taken from Biraja Panjika. Kohinoor Calendar
- This is created and counted by Pandit Sri Bishnu Prasad Jagannath and used in Jagannath temple and data taken from Kohinoor Panjika. Radharaman Calendar
- This is created and counted by Pandit Sri Gauranga Mohapatra and used in Jagannath temple and data taken from Khadiratna, Samanta and Biraja Panjika. Bhagyadeep Calendar
- This is created and counted by Pandit Sri Rabindranath Mohapatra and Sri Asis Kumar Mohapatra and used in Jagannath temple and data taken from Jagannath and Samanta Panika. Bhagyajyoti Calendar
- This is created and counted by Pandit Sri Sudarshan Tripathi and used in Jagannath temple and data taken from from Khadiratana and Samanta Panika.


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