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Lala Ramswaroop Ramnarayan Panchang or Calendar 2021 For Free PDF Download Online: According to the Gregorian calendar, 1 January is the first day of the new year and is the most used calendar in the world. However the Hindu calendar or almanac (also known as panchangam) is traditionally used for social and Hindu religious occasions in the Indian subcontinent. Lala Ramswaroop Ramnarayan Panchang or Lala Ramswaroop Calendar is a popular Hindu almanac, which is very popular among Hindus. This is the reason that before the arrival of the new year i.e. 2021, people have started searching online to download the free PDF of Vikram Samvat 2077 Lala Ramswaroop Calendar 2021. After all, why not search for this almanac online? After all, in this almanac, auspicious time is given along with the dates of major festivals. Here we have brought the PDF of Lala Ramswaroop Ramnarayan Calendar 2021 for you for free download. In addition to the details of festivals, Hindu fast, horoscope, bank holiday, special Muhurta, Nakshatra and many other information are also included.
Lala Ramswaroop Panchang is so popular that it makes it easy for common people to understand complex Indian Vedic astrology. Lala Ramswaroop Calendar 2021 gives us lunar position, Mudra Mudra status, planetary position, horoscope, auspicious time for setting up new businesses along with weddings. Apart from these major festivals, it also gives information about auspicious time and fasting time. Also read: Sankashti Chaturthi Vrat In Year 2021: Sankashti Chaturthi, popular with Lord Ganesha, see the complete list of dates of this fast in the year 2021
It is important that people know the names of months or months according to the Hindu calendar or according to the Vikram Samvat. These names are in Sanskrit and Nepali. The first month of the Hindu lunar calendar is Vaisakh or Baisakh, which falls in April or May in the Gregorian calendar. It is that special time of the year when Hindus of different regions celebrate New Year. Different communities in India. People celebrate New Year on different days. Navreh to Kashmiri New Year, Gudi Padwa to Maharashtra New Year, Ugadi / Chaitra Sukhlandi to Telugu New Year, Chetty Chand or Jhulelal Jayanti to Sindhi New Year, Vaisakhi to Punjabi or Sikh New Year, Puthandu to Tamil New Year, Vishu to Malayalam New Year, Juristal Maithili New Year, Bohag Bigu or Rongali Bihu is called Assamese New Year and Pohela Boishakh is Bengali New Year.
Other months in the Hindu calendar after Vaishakha or Baisakh are Jyeshtha (May-June), Ashadh (June-July), Shravan or Sawan (July-August), Bhadrapada or Bhado (August-September), Ashwin (September- October), Karthik (October-November), Aghan or Margashirsha (November-December), Pausha (December-January), Magha (January-February), Phalgun or Phagun (February-March) and Chaitra (March-April). Also read: Pradosh Vrat In Year 2021: When are Pradosh fasting in the year 2021, know the complete list of Trayodashi dates
Some of the biggest Hindu festivals celebrated in these months of the year are Diwali, Holi, Durga Puja, Dussehra, Krishna Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Ram Navami, Hanuman Jayanti, Saraswati Puja etc. In the new year, Diwali will fall on 4 November 2021 (Thursday). Holi will be held on 29 March 2021 (Monday). Durga Puja will begin on 11 October 2021 (Monday) and will end on 15 October 2021 (Friday). Vijayadashami or Dussehra will be on 15 October 2021. Ram Navami will be celebrated on 21 April 2021 (Wednesday). Krishna Janmashtami will fall on 30 August 2021 (Monday), while Ganesh Chaturthi will be on 10 September 2021 (Friday).
Apart from these big festivals, monthly festivals are also celebrated in Hinduism. Ekadashi fasting is observed on the Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha Ekadashi of every month, while Pradosh Vrat is observed on Trayodashi Tithi and Lord Shiva-Mother Parvati is worshiped on this fast. Apart from this, the full moon and Amavasya Tithi of every month are also said to have special significance. ALSO READ: Ekadashi Vrat In Year 2021: When are Ekadashi fasting in the year 2021, know the complete list of the most loved dates of Lord Vishnu
Sankashti Chaturthi is another auspicious fast celebrated monthly by the devotees of Lord Ganesha. The fast of Sankashti Chaturthi is observed every month after the full moon on the Chaturthi Tithi. If this Chaturthi falls on Tuesday, then it is called Angarki Sankashti Chaturthi. Shivaratri celebrated every month is dedicated to Lord Shiva, while the monthly Durga Ashtami, dedicated to Goddess Durga, is celebrated on the Ashtami date of Shukla Paksha every month.
Lala Ramswaroop Ramnarayan Panchang provides you all information related to festivals, auspicious time, etc. You can download PDF of this almanac for free. Apart from Hindu festivals, through this almanac you can also get information about other big religious festivals like Eid al-Fitr or Badi Eid, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Christmas, Parsi New Year, Christmas etc. We wish all our readers a very happy New Year 2021.