1430 Bengali Calendar
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1430 Bengali Calendar PDF is a traditional lunar calendar widely used by Bengali people to plan their religious and cultural events. It is an essential tool that helps Bengali people to keep track of important auspicious dates, festivals, and holidays throughout the year.
Bengali Panjika Calendar is also known as Panchang (Bengali Panchang), and it contains detailed information about the Bengali months, Tithis, Nakshatras, Yoga, Karana, and other astrological aspects. It is highly regarded in Bengali culture and is consulted by astrologers and priests to determine the most auspicious time for important events, such as weddings, housewarming ceremonies, and other significant life events. Its astrological significance, the Bengali Panjika Calendar is also a rich source of cultural and historical information. It includes details about the birth and death anniversaries of famous Bengali personalities, historical events, and other important cultural events.
১৪৩০ সালের বাংলা ক্যালেন্ডার PDF | 1430 Bengali Calendar PDF – Significance
|SL No.||Bengali Name||English Name||Significance|
|1||Baisakh||Baisakh||The first month of the Bengali calendar marks the beginning of the agricultural year. important for Bengali New Year and Poila Baisakh celebrations.|
|2||the eldest||Jaishtho||Associated with the monsoon season, marks the arrival of mangoes.|
|3||Ashad||Ashar||Associated with the rainy season, important for planting paddy.|
|4||hearing||Shravan||Associated with the monsoon season, important for planting paddy.|
|5||polite||Bhadra||Marks the beginning of autumn, important for harvesting.|
|6||Ashwin||Aashin||Associated with the Sharat season, marks the end of the rainy season.|
|7||Karthik||Kartik||Associated with the Sharat season, important for harvest festivals.|
|8||advance||Agriculture||Marks the beginning of winter, important for Durga Puja.|
|9||Paush||Posh||Marks the mid-winter, important for Makar Sankranti.|
|10||magh||Magh||Associated with the end of winter, important for Saraswati Puja.|
|11||Falgun||Phalgun||Marks the beginning of spring, important for Holi.|
|12||Chaitra||Chaitra||Marks the end of the Bengali year.|
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