The Odia Calendar is a solar calendar used in the state of Odisha in India. The odia calendar / oriya calendar consists of six seasons, twelve months, seven-day 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. The odia calendars and panjika 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 are published in this website and those are:
#1. Kohinoor Calendar       #2. Biraja Calendar       #3. Radharaman Calendar       #4. Bhagyadeep Calendar       #5. Bhagyajyoti Calendar       #6. Bhagyachakra Calendar

Odia Panjika
17 February 2019

Tithi : Ekadashi
Yoga : Vishkambha
Sakabda : 1940
Pakhya : Shukla
Karana : Bava
Samvat : 2075
Nakhetra : Mrigashira
Rashi (Chandra) : Mithuna
San : 1426

Odia Festivals - February 2019

#1. Sri Panchami / Saraswati Puja
10 February, 2019

Sri Panchami / Saraswati Puja also know as Basanta Panchami is a festival that marks the preliminary preparations for the arrival of spring, celebrated by people in various ways depending upon the region. Saraswati Puja is performed on Vasant Panchami with dedication and spirituality. PavitraJyotish performs this puja to get blessings of Goddess Saraswati.

#2. Kumbha Sankranti
13 February, 2019

Kumbha Sankranti is the day when the Sun is in the transit from Makar rashi to Kumbha rashi. It is the start of the eleventh month according to the Hindu Solar calendar. The favorable time is very constrained and fluctuates each year in light of the situation of the sun. It is the day when the world's biggest religious celebration happens in one place and that is the Kumbha Mela.

#3. Magha Purnima
19 February, 2019

Magha Purnima is celebrated on the eve of full moon day in the Hindu month of Magha. According to the Gregorian calendar, the day falls either in the month of February or January. It is believed that, on the eve of Magha Purnima, performing a bath in the holy river is considered as highly auspicious. By doing charities and making donations on this day, one gets relieved from all his present and past sins. Deity Vishnu and Lord Hanuman are worshipped on the day of Magha Purnima. It is believed that all the desires of the devotees who offer prayers to these deities on this day are fulfilled.

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