Hindu Calendar 2017 & Panchang
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Hindu Calendar by VedSutra is an easy-to-use calendar app with all hindu calendar and panchang features available offline as well!

--- Find accurate Tithi timings as per Hindu Calendar rules mapped to English Calendar dates and times. This will help you easily plan annual pujas, festivals, rituals and more

--- Precise Nakshatra timings help you identify the Lunar Sign of members in your family and other near and dear ones

--- Daily sunrise & sunset timings help you plan your day from dawn to dusk

--- List of auspicious dates for marriage and griha pravesh throughout 2017. Pre-Plan for weddings and for house warming puja by checking out auspicious dates and times months in advance.

--- Festival calendar 2017 that includes dates for major Hindu festivals like Diwali, Holi, Ganesh Chaturthi as well as public holidays in India. Also includes popular occasions like Father’s Day, Mother’s Day and more.

---- Get free access to Chalisa Sangrah containing lyrics of over 7 popular chalisas in both Hindi & English along with Benefits of each

---- Check out list of delicious traditional Indian recipes for free - from Gujiya Para to Samosas to Laddus

In addition to the hindu calendar features, you can also access the VedSutra website from inside the app for free additional resources like pictures of Hindu Gods, stories of Hindu Gods & historical figures, delicious festival recipes with photographs and more.

A note about Hindu Calendar & Panchang:
Traditionally, the English calendar which is followed across the world is based on the movements of the Earth with respect to the Sun. According to the English calendar every day lasts 24 hours representing one rotation of the Earth on its axis.

However, ancient vedic practices differ from English methods significantly. The Hindu Calendar or Panchang is constructed based on the movements of the Moon. The word ‘Panchang’ literallay translates to ‘five limbs’ and refers to the five attributes of Tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga, Karana & Var. Of these five, the first three – Tithi & Nakshatra – are the most important are believed to significantly influence the outcome of human actions.

‘Tithi’ is analogous to a ‘day’ in the English Calendar and measures the time for the angle between the sun and the moon to change by 12 degrees. Unlike days in the English calendar which are of a standard 24 hour length, the hourly length of a Tithi might vary significantly.

‘Nakshatra’ represents the astrological sign in which the moon is located at a given point of time. There are 27 Nakshatras in total each account for an angular increase of 13 degrees and 20 minutes in the movement of the Moon.

Please feel free to write to us in case you have any questions about usage of Hindu Calendar and its Panchang features.

Content rating: Everyone

Requires OS: 4.0 and up

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