Parva Patrikā Jhulelal Tipno 2017-2018 in English

Parva Patrikā Jhulelal Tipno 2017-2018
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Parva Patrika in English 2017-2018 (Detailed in 5 Pages)


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Parva Patrikā 2017/2018

Jhulelal Tipno Panchāng (Almanac)

Vikram Samvat 2073-2074 Saake 1938-1939

 

Which are the Parva – Festivals in Parva Patrikā year 2017/2018 ?

पर्व Parva – Hindu Festivals in Parva Patrikā year 2017/2018: In 2017/2018 Hindu Community fastings, festivals and its celebrating dates – tithis in Bharat (India), Hong Kong and in various countries wherever Hindu ceremonial traditions and customs are followed devotionally for : Ganesh Chaturthi – Ganesh Choth – Ganesh Chaturthi, Amavasya – Umas (Pitra, Darsh and Dev amaavasyaa), Chandra Darshan – Chandu-Among Sindhis (New Moon), Ekadashi – Gyaras – Agyaaras (Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha i.e. Bright fortnight and Dark Fortnight respectively), Shiv Pradosh Vrat and Pooja during Bright fortnight and Dark Fortnight (Soum Pradosh, Bhaum Pradosh and Shani Pradosh) are given.

Full Moon (Poonam): Purnima – Pooranmaasi Vrat Pooja (Fast), Satyanarayan Pooja tithi-dates are given herewith. Surya Sankrant – Sun’s entry into twelve signs (Nirayana and Saayan) are provided. Surya and Chandra Grahan (Solar eclipse and Lunar eclipse), various birth dates – Janam Tithis of saint – Sant, sages, seers, Mahatmaa, Anniversary, Varsi, Punya tithis, Parva, Tyohaar, Utsav (Festival Celebration dates) are given including in particular government holidays of Bharat (India) in the Parva Patrika Jhulelal Tipno Panchang (Almanac) 2017.

 

2017/2018 Lohri – Laal Loi, Makar Sankranti, Tir-Muri, Republic Day Bharat (India), Basant Panchami – Saraswati Maa Pooja, Chhatrapati Shivaji Jayanti, Maha-Shivratri Pooja and Utsav tithi date, Holi, Dhulivandan, Dhurio are given in Parva Patrika 2017-2018.

 

2017 Chaitra Masa– New Year (Start of New Vikram Sambat 2074 Chaitra Tuesday 28th March 2017 and Shaalivahan Saake 1939. The new year starts with Sun Rise. Chitra nakshatra (constellation) on the day of full moon accordingly describing name of the month. Ugaadi – Guddi Parvaa (Maharashtra) The term Ugaadi Yuga-Adi means Era – Beginning. Ghat Esthaapanaa, Chaitriya Navaratri starts-Vasanti Navaratri starts, Durga Ashtmi (Chaitra and Shaardiya).

Jhulelal Jayanti, Cheti Chand – Sindhi New Year dated 29th March 2017, Incarnation of Lord Vishnu – Sri Ram Navami, Mahavir 9th April 2017 and Hanuman Jayanti 11th April 2017, Vaisakhi (Punjab). Shri Vishnu’s Avataar – Sri Parashuram Jayanti 28th April 2017 and also 28th April Akshaya Trittiyaa – Akhan Teej – Akhaa Teej; Maatra Diwas – Mother’s Day. Every year 1st May Maharashtra Day Holiday, Gujarat Day (International Labour Day), International Yoga Day dated 21st June {which will be celebrated on Sunday 18th June 2017. Surya Namaskar ten postures points compiled can be seen in one of the Jhulelal Tipno (Almanac) Panchang edition and another system a complete Suryanamaskara comprises of 12 positions.}. Buddha Purnimaa, Guru Purnima – Vyaas Pooja, Shraavan Masa – Month Shiva Somavar Pooja from Monday 10th July 2017 till the Poornima 7th August 2017 (This year five Monday i.e. 10th July, 17th July, 24th July, 31st July and 7th August 2017 is Shrāvana Shiva Somvār Puja. Date of Start of Shiv Mansaa Vaachaa and Shiv Chaumaso Fast Starts – Shiv Pooja Kathaa ain Sagraa Badhan (Sindhis observe Vrat starting from Shraavan Shukla Paksha SOMVAR i.e. from Shraavan Bright Fortnight’s MONDAY and the fast ends on the fourth tithi of Kartik Masa i.e. dated Monday 24th July 2017 and ends Monday 23rd October 2017).

Celebration dates one can view: Dated 19th July 2017 Wednesday starts Puj Chaalihaa Sahib Sindhunagar (Ulhasnagar-5) {Chaaliho, Chālio also called Chaliho Sahib, is a 40 forty-day-long festival celebrated by Sindhi Hindu Community – Sindhi Hindus to express their gratitude to Jhulelal (Jhoolelāl) for saving them. It is also marked as thanks giving celebration in the honor of Lord of water Varuna Deva-Jaldev for listening to their prayers}. Also Naag Panchami tithi, Gogro date is given.

Nandhi Thadri – Sitlaa Satain, Vadi Thadiri – Sitalaa Saptami (Vadi Satain-Sindhis), Date – third tithi of Krishna Paksha ‘Teejri’ – Tijri Vrat Pooja (Thursday 10th August 2017 Teejri Sindhi Fast observance) takes place.

 

Sri Krishna Janam (Smaart) dated Monday 14th August 2017 and Sri Krishna Janamashtami Utsav dated Tuesday 15th August 2017 Festival Celebration next day – Gokul, Vrindavan Vaishnav Sampradaaya, date of Govindaa-alaa celeberation (Gope-Gwaal Baal and Krishna breaks the ‘mataki’. It is a day in Maharashtra celebrated with enthusiasm. Independence Day Bhārat (India), Surya Chhath Sunday 27th August 2017; Veeral Devta Pooja (Every Thursday Pooja among Sindhis); Anna-Matiyo, Vachha Bāras, Faguni Satain (Sindhi).

 

Friday 25th August 2017 Shri Ganesh Chaturthi, Ganesh Jayanti Pooja :

Ganesh Rakhan (for one and half day, five days and until Annanta Chaturdashi which is dated Tuesday 5th September 2017. In 2018 Ganesh Chaturthi is dated Wednesday 12th September 2018 and Ganesh Murti V. – Annant Chaturdashi dated Sunday 23rd September 2018). Mahalakshmi Jaa Sagra Badhan ain Sagraa Chhoran (Tying and untying of thread of Goddess Mahalaxmi and reciting Raja Mangli Kathā starting from Shukla Paksha Ashtami to Krishna Paksha ashtami tithi) tithi dates are given; Onam, Thiru Onam dated Saturday 2nd September 2017 festival dates are compiled in this Parva Patrika 2017/2018.

Mahalaya Shraddha, Baddo Shiradh – Fortnight of paying homage to Ancester’s and farewell; Shraddha Start and Shiradha end dates (Sarva Pitra Shiradh) are given. Shardiya Navaratri Starts (Ghat Isthaapnaa) Thursday 21st September 2017 and Durga Ashtami and Saraswati Prayers (Pooja) Thursday 28th September 2017; Navaratri ends Friday 29th September 2017. Dassehra – Vijaya Dashami is dated Saturday 30th September 2017. Karva Choth Sunday dated 8th October 2017, Kajali Teej, Dhan Triyodashi, Kuber Laxmi Pooja – Diwali, (Diyari Patri, Hut-Hutri, Diwali Laxmi Pooja Sindhi Tradional Celebration date and Baru is included.) Monday 5th, Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th November 2018 respectively is Dhanteras, Chhoti Diwali-Roop Chaturdashi and Diwāli-Deepāvali (1st day, 2nd day and third day of Diwali).

2017 Kartik Masa – Gujarati New Year (Start of New Vikram Sambat 2074 dated Friday 20th October 2017) Besta Varash, Goverdhand Pooja, Raja Bali Pratipada, Laabh Pancham , Rishi and Pandav Panchmi are provided. Surya Shasthi-Chhath -Chhath Pooja is dated Thursday 26th October 2017 and Chaath Pooja-Surya Chhath is on Tuesday 13th November 2018. Gopashtami (Cow Prayers Saturday 28th October 2017). Tulasi Vivaah Pooja, (Devuthi Ekadashi – Dev Prabodhini Gyaras, Chaturmasa ends dated Tuesday 31st October 2017). Bikham Jaa Diyaa Baaran (start and end dates of Pooja of Lighting of Deepam on Bhishma Panchak), Guru Nanak Jayanti 4th November 2017. Swami Kaartik Darshan, Swami Kartik Purnima dated Saturday 4th November 2017, Lalita Panchami date, Nārad Jayanti, M. Chaitanya Jayanti, Shri Satya Sai Baba’s birthday 23rd November 2017, Pandharpur Yatra, Amernath Yatra, Jaggannath Rath Yatra Sunday 25th June 2017; Valmik Nagar Yatra, Chhatrapati Shivaji, Jayanti of Maharana Pratap and Haldi Ghati Melaa, Jhansi Maharani Laxmibai Nirvan Din Wednesday 31st May 2017 and Rani Lakshmibai Jayanti (birth anniversary 19th November 1835). Udham-singh Jayanti Tuesday 26th December 2017. Jayanti’s (Birth Anniversary) of Swami Vivekanand Monday 8th January 2018. Swāmi Vivekānand’s birthday (12th January 1863), according to the Indian Almanac (Vishuddha Siddhanta Almanac), that is on Pausha Krishna Saptami tithi, which falls on different dates in the English Calendar every year (generally in the month of January). Shri Subhāsh Chandra Bose Jayanti Monday 23rd January 2017 and Tuesday 23rd January 2018; Mādhavāchārya Jayanti Saturday 30th September 2017; Lālā Lajpatrai jayanti, Bāl Gangādhar Tilak jayanti; M.Gandhi and Lāl Bahādur Shāstriji Jayanti Monday 2nd October 2017 (2nd October 2018). Dr. Bābā Sāheb Ambedkar Jayanti Friday 14th April 2017; Sardār Vallabh bhāi Patel Tuesday 31st October 2017; Tagore Jayanti date to be read as Tuesday 9th April 2017. Sant Tukaram Beej, Sant Gyaneshwar, Sant Namdev, Dattatreya Sunday 3rd December 2017; (Sri Guru Govind Singh Jayanti Friday 5th January 2018. Mahārājā Ranjit Singh was born on 13th November 1780 at Gujranwala. Last breath 27th June 1839. Maharaja Ranjit Singh Jayanti Monday 13th November 2017 and Tuesday 13th November 2018; Wednesday 13th November 2019), Śri Vallabhāchārya Jayanti to be read Saturday 22nd April 2017. Vallabhāchārya Jayanti 11th April 2018. Guru Ravidas Jayanti, Guru Tegbahadur Saheb Jayanti). Bhai Dooj (Bhau Beej – Bhaiyaa Dooj) Saturday 21st October 2017; Ramanuj Aacharya Jayanti, Sri Adi Shankar Acharya Jayanti and Kailash Gaman, Saadhu Vaswani Janam and Meatless Day 25th November 2017, Bhagat Kanwar Ram (13th April 1885 – 1 November 1939 ); Shahid Hemu Kalani Janam (23rd March 1923 and Shaheedi 21st January 1943); Khātu-Shyāmji Melaa (Khatu Shyam fair Fagun Mela 28th February to 9th March 2017). Whereas in 2018 Khatu Baba Fair Starts dated 17th February 2018 to 27th February 2018; Dadu-Dayal Jayanti Friday 23th February 2018; Vishwa Mahila Diwas (World Women’s Day Thursday 8th March 2018); Basora (Bāsorā – Sitla Saptami among ritual of Rajasthani and Mevaar Melaa Friday 9th March 2018; Rishabhdev Jayanti, Varshitap Starts Friday 9th March 2018. Geeta Jayanti. Sindhi Sant ain Shakshiyatun : Sai Teoon Ram (Teun Ram) Varsi – Punya tithi 31 May; and Sai Teoon Rām Birth anniversary – Jayanti 29th June 2017 (Haridwar) and Thursday 6th July 2017, Sai Leela Shah Varsi, Swami Shanti Prakash Maharaj Janam – Swami Prem Prakash Ashram, Sai Vasanshah, Parumalshah, Bhagat Kanwar Ram, Sai Jevan-ghot, Harnamdas (Sadhubele-wārā), Godriwārā (Jalgaon mein), Master Nebhraj Rohri-wāraa, Sadhu T.L. Vaswani SOME of the dates are in this Parva Patrikā 2017/2018.

 

What is meaning of Parva? What is significance of Parva and Parva Patrikā?

 

पर्वन्पर्व​ Parva meaning and significance : Sanskrit Dictionary of Shri Apteji reads, “A festival, holiday or an occasion of joy. An opportunity or occasion in general. A particular period of the year (as the equinox or the solstice). The moment of the sun’s entering in a new sign”. Also reads, “A period, fixed time, particularly, the days of the four changes of the moon; i.e. the eighth and the fourteenth day of each half month, and the days of full and new moon. A sacrifice performed on the occasion of the change of the moon. An eclipse of the sun or moon”.

Hence, the festivals, holidays and dates of occasion of joyous celebration, a periodic change of the moon, its conjunction, opposition passes through the node, Sun’s Rashi Pravesh (Sankranti i.e. Sun entry in the new sign), full moon and new moon dates are given herewith in Parva Patrika Jhulelal Tipno Panchang (Almanac) 2107/2018.

 

It is an 2017/2018 Parva Patrikaa (Calendar of Events and Festivals).

Bharat Desh is a land of festivals, celebrating various joyous occasions of Sankranti (Sun related) and others they celebrate periodic change of moon with Nārial Purnimā, Sharad Purnimā and Guru Poornimā (Vyās Purnima) and so on. Parva Patrikā 2017/2018 id given in HINDI AND ENGLISH language. The Hindu Community service is availed to see dates of (Hindu festival of Ahmedabad ‘Kite festival’ on Makar Sankranti – the commencement of Uttaraayana – Summer solestice when Sun enters in the sign of Capricorn, every year on 14th January – 2018 January 14th Sunday) and also Pongal – harvest festival is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu on 14th January every year and Kite festival. Rāni Sati Dādi ji Melā Jhunjhunu (Rājasthan) Monday 21st August 2017. Ajmer Pushkar Melaa Saturday 4th November 2017 and in Gujarat Dev-Diwari Saturday 4th November 2017, Baisakhi festival in Punjab (Vaisakhi Melaa); date of Chaitra Masa – start of new samvatsar in many parts of Bhārat (India) and abroad. Dates of Holi Parva (festival of colours) Dhulivandan – Dhulendi (Dhuriyo) festival in all over India as well worldwide is celebrated by Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Marvadi (Rajasthani), Punjabi, Sindhi and all other members of the Hindu community such festival dates can be located in this Parva-Patrika and also the day and date this year, when Prahlad Bhagat was protected by Lord Vishnu. Holikaa-dipam day (the day when the Holikaa, the sister of Hiranyakashyap took the Prahlad in her lap and entered in the fire with their intension). Kashmir’s Kheer Bhavani Melaa, Navratri dates to perform prayers and celebration dates, Dassehraa (Vijaya Dashmi) dates and five day festival dates (from Tuesday 17th October 2017 Dhanteras, Chhoti Diwali on 20th October, Diwali dated Thursday 19th October 2017 to 21st October 2017 Goverdhan Pooja, Annakut and Jain Samvat) of Diwali Celebration (Deepavali Utsav) Festival of light day and dates are provided. Besta Varas – Gujarati New Year Samvat 2074 and Jain Samvat 2544 Starts dated 20th October 2017. Mārvāri, Sindhi New year (Sindhyat Dihu – Cheti Chand 29th March 2017); and also Tamil New Year (Friday 14th April 2017) dates and periodic planetary, zodiac signs, Sukra Aste and Uday dates ascending, descending and combust dates can be viewed in the Parva Patrika 2017/2018.

 

2018 Lohri Parva (Punjab) Saturday13th January 2018, Laal-Loi Saturday 13th January 2018.

Makar Sankrānti – Uttarāyana Starts, TirMuri (Kite Festival in Ahmedabad, Gujarat) Sunday 14th January 2018, Sun’s enters in the sign of Capricorn – Makar rāshi.

Jain Mauni Amāvas (Amaavasyaa) Wednesday 17th January 2018.

Basant Panchami – Maa Saraswati Pooja (Sri Panchami) dated 22nd January 2018. Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti Tuesday 23rd January 2018. Khodiyar Mata Jayanti Thursday 25th January 2018. Republic day of India Friday 26th January 2018. Guru Gorakhnath Jayanti and Shri Vishwakarmā Jayanti Monday 29th January 2018. Grahan – Moon Eclipse 31st January 2018. Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti-Birth Anniversary Saturday 10th February 2018. Chhatrapati Shivāji Jayanti dated 19th February 2018 Monday.

Sri Rām Krishna Paramhansa Jayanti Saturday 17th February 2018.

Mahā-Shivarātri Utsav – Festival Tuesday 13th February 2018.

Holi Festival Thursday 1st March 2018 and Dhulendi – Dhulivandan (Festival of colours Friday 2nd March 2018). Chaitanya-mahaprabhu J. Thursday 1st March 2018. Chandra Varsh 2074 Puran (Lunar Calendar Year ends dated Saturday 17th March 2018 Lunar Calendar era 2074 ends).

Important dates and days are provided for ready reference in Parva Patrika 2017/2018.
New Vikram Samvat 2075 (Chaitriya) starts dated Sunday 18th March 2018.
Chaitra Navarātra Starts 18th March 2018. Guddi Parvā is dated 18 March 2018.
Cheti Chand (Jhulelal Jayanti – Sindhiyat Dihu Celebration of Sindhi New Year starts 18th March 2018 and Ekānā). Marvari Chaitra new Samvat 18th March 2018.
Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Shivaram Rajguru and Sukhdev Thapar Shaheedi Din (Martyrs Day) Friday 23rd March 2018.

 

Grahan – Lunar Eclipse Monday 7th / 8th August 2017 Chandra Grahan is Visible in Bhārat (India) and Hong Kong. Hence, this Moon eclipse and its sutak – Chhaayaa (shadow) to be observed in India and Hong Kong. In India Khand-graas Chandra Grahan will be visible during Shraavan Shukla Paksha Purnimā tithi (Full Moon) Monday. Also will be visible in Asia, Europe, Australia, Newzealand, Pacific Ocean.
Grahan – Solar Eclipse Monday 21st / 22nd August 2017 Surya Grahan Not visible in Bharat (India) and Hong Kong.

Grahan – Lunar Eclipse (Moon eclipse) dated Wednesday 31st January 2018 Grahan is Visible in Bharat (India) and Hong Kong. In India Kha-graas Chanra Grahan (Grastodit) will be visible. Thus, this Moon eclipse and its sutak – Chhaayaa (shadow) to be observed in India and Hong Kong.Will also be visible in Asia, America, Australia, E. Europe, Newzealand, Pacific Ocean, Hind Mahāsāgar.
Grahan – Solar Eclipse Thursday 15th / 16th February 2018 Surya Grahan Not visible in Bharat (India) and Hong Kong.

 

Most of the Hindu Community Festivals and its Celebrations days, dates. Vrat – Fastings of Ekadashi, Shiv Pradosh, Shraavan Shiva Somvaar Pooja, Purnima-Puranmasi Vrat – Full Moon, Satyanarayan, Shubh Diwas – Auspicious Days, Tithi, Tyohaar, Different periodic Phases of Moon – eclipses, Niryan Saayan-Sun’s entry in new signs and Holidays are included.

 


Cautionary Note : Parva Patrikā 2017 and 2017/2018 Jhulelāl Tipno (Almanac) Panchāng / Hindu Calendar, is given in good faith. No responsibility however can be ascribed to the compiler regarding contents of this Almanac. (including Devanāgri, Hindi, Gujarāti, Marāthi, Punjabi, Rajasthāni, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil and English compiled materials). Compiler.

 

 





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