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Odia Calendar 2024

What is Odia Calendar ?

Odia calendar is a solar calendar used in India and more specific to the state of odisha. The odia calendar is also known as oriya calendar consists of six seasons, twelve months, seven-days week as used by many other calendars. According to odia calendar, the day begins at sunrise and ends at sunset, 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. The odia calendars and panjika those have been included in this website are in high quality image format, you can download all those for free of cost. Some of the common and popular calendars those are published in this website are:
1. Kohinoor Calendar
2. Biraja Calendar
3. Radharaman Calendar
4. Bhagyadeep Calendar
5. Bhagyajyoti Calendar
6. Bhagyachakra Calendar

What is Odia rasifala ?

Odia rasifala is the forecast of a person's future in Odia language. It is based on the relative positions of the stars and planets at the time of that person's birth. It provides information of stars and planet position, rasifala, good days and bad days, including how to overcome from bad happenings and many more. In odiacalendar.com website we have published yearly rasifala of all 12 rasi's and they are,
01. Mesha Rasi Rasifala
02. Brusha Rasi Rasifala
03. Mithuna Rasi Rasifala
04. Karkata Rasi Rasifala
05. Singha Rasi Rasifala
06. Kanya Rasi Rasifala
07. Tula Rasi Rasifala
08. Bichha Rasi Rasifala
09. Dhanu Rasi Rasifala
10. Makara Rasi Rasifala
11. Kumbha Rasi Rasifala
12. Mina Rasi Rasifala
Also, we have published monthy odia rasifala of all twelve month's and they are,
01. January Month Rasifala
02. February Month Rasifala
03. March Month Rasifala
04. April Month Rasifala
05. May Month Rasifala
06. June Month Rasifala
07. July Month Rasifala
08. August Month Rasifala
09. September rasifala
10. October Month Rasifala
11. November Month Rasifala
12. December Month Rasifala

What is Odia festivals ?

Odia festivals refer to the various cultural and religious celebrations that are observed by the people of the Indian state of Odisha. Here are some of the major festivals celebrated in Odisha:
  1. Rath Yatra: Rath Yatra is one of the most important festivals celebrated in Odisha, and it is associated with Lord Jagannath. The festival is celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm, and it involves the procession of the three deities (Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra) on chariots.
  2. Durga Puja: Durga Puja is a major Hindu festival that is celebrated in Odisha with great enthusiasm. The festival is dedicated to Goddess Durga and is celebrated for ten days.
  3. Raja Parba: Raja Parba is a three-day festival celebrated in Odisha, which marks the onset of the monsoon season. The festival is dedicated to the Mother Earth, and it is celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm, especially by young women.
  4. Diwali: Diwali is a festival of lights that is celebrated across India, including Odisha. The festival is associated with the triumph of good over evil and is celebrated by lighting diyas, bursting crackers, and exchanging sweets.
  5. Holi: Holi is a popular festival celebrated across India, including Odisha. The festival is associated with the arrival of spring and is celebrated by throwing colors and water on each other.
These are just a few of the many festivals celebrated in Odisha, and each festival has its own unique significance and rituals.
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