Nepali Patro is a popular calendar app in Nepal, with a slogan of Hamro Samaya, Hamro Gaurav. While most smartphones have pre-installed calendar apps, they are not equipped with the features you need. And also, they support Nepali dates (Bikram Sambat), events, and holidays which is a cool thing about the Nepali Patro. There are many surprising features that this app can outperform other calendar apps in the list.
Nepali Patro is a historical Nepali calendar that uses the lunar and solar sides of real years. Nepali calendar uses the Bikram Sambat system. The Rana rulers of Nepal made Vikram Sambat the official Hindu calendar in 1901 CE, which started as Samvat in 1958. In Nepal, the new year begins with the first day of the month of Baishakh, which usually falls within the months of April or May in the Gregorian calendar. The Nepali calendar is 56.7 years ahead of the Gregorian calendar. As before, from 2007 AD Nepal Sambat was recognized as the national calendar.
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There are 12 months in the Nepali calendar, and the length of each month is defined according to the time sun takes to move through a full zodiac sign.
We will be listing important dates and days for your convenience here in the article below. The government has cut off many holidays this year. The list below is the updated one. In our previous articles as well, we have given full details on National holidays and occasions.
Download Nepali Patro
Following is the download link for the Nepali Patro calendar app for Android phones.
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Nepali Patro features
What is the use of a calendar app without the feature of adding an event to it? Nepali Patro supports adding an event on a Nepali Date. The feature is called, My Events, and you can write a short and sweet name of the event, a Repetition of the event, and set a Reminder notification to it. Created events can be edited, deleted, and disabled. A bonus point is you can turn on a cloud sync with Google, you just need to sign in to your Google account for that.
Nepali date converter
It is cool app when we find a small tool that allows us to gain something out of the way. Nepali Patro has a small tool called Date Conversion. A user of the app can convert the date from B.S TO A.D or A.D to B.S. A good example of this is; it is useful when we want to know our birthday date in English date (in A.D).
What is your Zodiac? What’s your Rashi? Nepali Rashifal is a fun thing to see. The Nepali Patro app supports daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly respective notifications and updates about the Nepali Horoscope.
Nepali currency exchange rate
Foreign Exchange can be reviewed in the app. There is a wide range of currencies to look for. Some are the US dollar, European Euro, Swiss Frank, Malaysian Ringgit, and Qatar Riyal.
Most Nepalese people want their event to happen in a better way, a better day. So we choose a day called Saits which is good for that event. For weddings and marriage, we choose marriage Saits, called Biwaha Saits in Nepali. There are other Saits like Hom, Rudri, Pasni, Pasal, and so on. People believe that if they start or perform the work or say that event took place at the moment (Saits) they are blessed, and they become successful in the respective thing that is done.
Nepali Patro Blog includes articles and information from Nepali Patro. They write about festivals, the new year, celebration days like Valentine’s Day, etc.
News on Mobile
News is an amazing feature in this app where you can read all the breaking and trending top stories happening in Nepal. You will be notified about current affairs by the app even if you are not using the app. All the events and information are collected and displayed from the popular news portal of Nepal, such as Nagarik News, Online Khabar, My Republica, BBC Nepali, Gorkhapatra, and so on.
Nepali Patro is a robust Nepali calendar app developed by Nepalese. The smarter and more friendly design of the app lures anyone who uses it once to use it twice and more. A swipe-able function helps to find things and use the app easily.
Important days and events in 2080
- Republic Day: Jestha 15
- Naag Panchami: Bhadra 4
- Raksha Bandhan: Bhadra 14
- Janai Purnima: Bhadra 14
- Gai Jatra: Bhadra 14
- Shree Krishna Janmashtami: Bhadra 20
- Father’s Day: Bhadra 28
- Dar Khane Din: Bhadra 31
- Haritalika Teej ( For women only ): Asoj 1
- Rishi Panchami ( For women only ): Asoj 2
- Constitution Day: Asoj 3
- Indra Jatra ( In Kathmandu valley only ): Asoj 9
- Ghatasthapana: Asoj 28
- Phulpati: Kartik 4
- Maha Astami: Kartik 5
- Kaal Ratri: Kartik 5
- Maha Nawami: Kartik 6
- Bijaya dashami: Kartik 7
- Kaag tihar: Kartik 25
- Kukur Tihar: Kartik 26
- Laxmi Puja: Kartik 27
- Mha Puja: Kartik 28
- Govardan Puja: Kartik 28
- Bhaitika: Kartik 29
- Chhath parva: Mangsir 3
- International day for persons with disability ( For differently ables only ): Mangsir 17
- Bala Chaturdashi: Mangsir 25
- Yomari Punha: Poush 10
- Christmas ( For Christians only ): Poush 9
- Tamu Lhosar: Poush 15
- New year 2024: Poush 16
- Maghe Sankranti: Magh 1
- Swastani Brata starts: Magh 11
- National Martyrs Day: Magh 16
- Sonam Lhosar: Magh 27
- Shree Panchami: Falgun 2
- Shree swastani Brata ends: Falgun 12
- Democracy day: Falgun 7
- Maha Shiva ratri: Falgun 25
- Gyalpo Lhosar: Falgun 28
- Fagu purnima: Chaitra 12
- Terai Holi: Chaitra 12
- Ghode Jatra ( For Kathmandu Valley only ): Chaitra 26