Today Nepali Date
Today's Nepali date is live here. Nepali months are different than the Gregorian months. Here you can find the accurate current dates and time of Nepali year 2079.
Nepali date ( Vikram Sambat) is also known as the Vikrami calendar. It is the historical calendar used in Nepal and some Indian states. Vikram Samvat is usually 57 years ahead of the Gregorian calendar, but 56 years ahead from January to April. Along with the Nepal Sambat, it is one of the two official calendars of Nepal. It is also used in several states in India. The traditional Vikram Sambat calendar used in India uses lunar months and solar star years. The Nepalese Bikram Sambat, introduced in 1901 AD, also uses the solar sidereal year.
Nepali Date Format
YYYY-MM-DD is the official date format for the Bikram Sambat calendar used in Nepal. The mmm d, yyyy format is often used together with the yyyy mm dd format when reading and writing full BS data. For example, the 23rd day of Chaitra, 2079 BS can be read and written as Chaitra 23, 2079 , or 2079 Chaitra 23 . A use case for Vikram Samvat's YYYY-MM-DD is his Onlinekhabar, an online news portal.
If you use the Gregorian calendar, you can use both the YYY-MM-DD (24/08/2022) and the DD/MM/YYYY (24/08/2022) formats. The D/M/Y (24 August 2022) format is used to describe a full Gregorian date, but the M/D/Y (24 August 2022) format is also acceptable. All government documents must be completed in YYYY-MM-DD format . The week starts on Sunday and ends on Saturday in Nepal.
Nepali dates contain the following names in Nepali months:
|Nepali Months||Gregorian Months|
|बैशाख||April – May|
|जेठ||May – June|
|असार||June – July|
|श्रवण||July – August|
|भदौ||August – September|
|आश्विन||September – October|
|कार्तिक||October – November|
|मंसिर||November – December|
|पुष||December – January|
|माघ||January – February|
|फाल्गुन||February – March|
|चैत्र||March – April|
Nepali days contain the following names in Nepali week:
|Nepali Week||Gregorian Week|
The Nepali calendar is used as a national calendar by the people of Nepal and is also used symbolically by Hindus in northern, western, and central India. Southern India and parts of eastern and western India (Assam, West India). The Indian calendar is widely used.