Telugu festivals and holidays in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana for the year 2023 are listed on the Telugu calendar, which also includes daily tithi, nakshatram, and varjyam.
The traditional lunisolar Telugu calendar2023 is widely used in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Telugu uses the amanta calendar, where months are calculated from amavasya (new moon) to amavasya, and the year begins with Chaitram month 3 (chaitraadi). The year number is determined by Salivahana Saka Era. The Hindu lunar calendar is different because it uses the purnimanta system (months reckoned from Purnima full moon to Purnima).
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Telugu Calendar 2023
The Telugu calendar or Telugu Calendar 2023 is a solar calendar used in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It follows the Hindu calendar and is used for traditional and religious purposes.
January 2023 Telugu Calendar
English New Year
Pausha Putrada Ekadshi
National Youth Day, Vivekananda Jayanti
Makar Sankranti , Pongal , Utarayana, Bhogi
Subash Chandra Bosh Jayanti
Republic Day , Sri Panchami , Saraswati Puja
Magha Saptami , Chandrabhaga Buda
February 2023 తెలుగు క్యాలెండర్
Jaya Ekadashi, Bhishma Dwadashi
Guru Ravidas Jayanti
Mahasibaratri , Jagara (ଜାଗର)
March 2023 Telugu Calendar
Choti Holi, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu
Sri Rama Navami
April 2023 Calendar In Telugu
Maha Bishuba panasankranti , Odia New Year, Solar New Year
According to the Telugu calendar2023, Ugadi is recognized as the Telugu New Year. On Chaitra Sukla Pradipada, Ugadi occurs. On March 22nd, 2023, Ugadi will occur, and as of that date, Subhakritnama samvatsaram will be replaced by Sobhakritnama samvatsaram. Ugadi in 2024 falls on April 9th.
The Telugu calendar has 12 months, which are Chaitra, Vaisakha, Jesta, Aashada, Sravana, Bhadrapada, Aaswayuja, Karthika, Margasira, Pushya, Magha, and Phalguna are some of the names of these women. There are two pakshas in a month. 15-day Shukla paksha and the Krishna paksha (15 days). Each paksha has 15 days, or tithi, as follows.
The following holidays are observed: Padyami, Vidiya, Tadiya, Chavithi, Panchami, Shasti, Saptami, Astami, Navami, Dasami, Ekadasi, Dwadasi, Trayodasi, Chaturdasi, and Pournami/Amavasya. Pournami and Amavasya both occur in the Shukla and Krishna Pakshas.