Kalnirnay 2023 February – कालनिर्णय २०२३ फेब्रुवारी

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February – A Month of Festivals, Auspicious events and Celebration

February is the second month of the Gregorian calendar and has 28 days (29 in leap years), it’s a short month but packed with important events and festivals. In India, it marks the celebration of several important festivals, it is an auspicious time for farmers and students and it is also a month of love and celebration.

Kalnirnay Calendar February 2023


Kalnirnay Pachang February 2023


Events / Festivals in the month of February 2023 in the Kalnirnay Calendar 2023 are as follows –

  • Jaya Ekadashi – Wednesday 1st February 2023
  • Poornima Starts (Time – 9:29AM) – 4th February 2023 Friday
  • Sankasti Chaturthi – Thursday 9th February 2023
  • Friday 17th February 2023 – Bhagwat Ekadashi 2023
  • 17th February 2023 – Vasudev Balvant Fadke Punyatithi
  • Sunday 19th February 2023 (As per Date) – 18th February 2023 Saturday – Mahashivratri
  • Somvati Amavasya – Monday 20th February 2023 End at 12.36PM
  • 23rd February 2023 – Vinayak Chaturthi
  • 23rd February 2023 – Sant Gadge Baba Jayanti
  • 26th February 2023 – Swatantra Veer Savarkar Punyatithi

Maha Shivratri – The Auspicious Festival of Lord Shiva

Maha Shivratri is celebrated on the 14th of February and it is considered as one of the most auspicious days for Hindu religion. It is the day when Lord Shiva is worshiped with great devotion and devotion.

Holi – The Festival of Colors and Joy

Holi is celebrated on the 28th of February, it is a festival of colors and joy. It is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil and the arrival of spring.

Rabi Crop Season – An Auspicious Time for Farmers

February is also an important month for farmers as it marks the beginning of the Rabi crop season. It is considered as an auspicious time to sow crops and farmers start preparing their land for sowing.

New Academic Session and Board Exams – A Time for Students

February is also an important month for students as it marks the beginning of the new academic session and the start of board exams.

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