Today is Nepali New Year 2075. Yes, we are ahead of time 😊.
As I have mentioned before, Nepal follows a different calendar than the Gregorian calendar so Nepali New Year falls on mid-April instead of 1st of January. Bikram Sambat or Nepali Calendar or Nepali patro is approximately 56 years and 8½ months ahead of the Gregorian calendar.
Last night we celebrated the new year eve with few friends eating yummy food and enjoying great company.
We all dressed up in kurta so we had a Nepali vibe . Chhori also loved her Nepali outfit and was happy throughout the evening.
What can be more Nepali than momo for food with aloo achar .
We also had cake so the kids help us cut it.
We really had great time .
A new beginning…
New horizons to reach for…
May the Sun radiate all the goodness of life…
In the coming year and always!
Happy Nepali New Year 2075 to all!!!
M from nepaliaustralian
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As I have mentioned before, Nepal follows a different calendar than the Gregorian calendar so Nepali New Year falls on mid-April instead of 1st of January. Bikram Sambat or Nepali Calendar or Nepali patro is approximately 56 years and 8½ months ahead of the Gregorian calendar. Unlike Gregorian months, the lengths of Nepali months are not predetermined, and change from year to year, varying from 29 days to 32 days.
The year 2071 started today as 1st of Baishak, 2071. So wishing all of you a very
Happy Nepali New Year 2071.
In Nepal, people celebrate Nepali New Year in many different ways. Please read this post to learn more about celebration of Nepali New Year in Nepal.