Nepali Calendar is the official calendar of Nepal. It follows the Bikram Sambat system. This nepali calendar gives you the exact date with cultural events and festivals of Nepal till 2073 B.S for both Gregorian and Nepali Calendar. This calendar is use mainly in Nepal and hence it is known as Nepali Calendar all over the world. The nepali calendar starts in Baishakh, and ends in Chaitra. It list all the important festivals like Dashain, Tihar, Teej, Chhath, Lhosar etc. The Nepali Calendar uses lunar months and solar sidereal year. The New Year is on 1st Baishakh (mid of April). It is approximately 56 years and 8½ months ahead of the Gregorian calendar (A.D). There are 12 months, but unlike the international calendar, it has varied dates on every month, as they are not pre-determined. The months have minimum of 28 (usually Mangshir/Poush) days and maximum of 32 (usually Asar/Shrawan) days.