Desi Punjabi Month Calendar In Pakistan And India 2024 – Poh Date Today

Hey everyone! What are your thoughts on February being desi month? Personally, I think it’s a great idea! I don’t know about you, but I always love celebrating my culture and heritage. February seems like the perfect time to do just that. There are so many fun events and activities to participate in, and it’s a great way to get connected with other members of the desi community. I’ve put together a calendar of some of the most popular events taking place this month. Be sure to check it out and see what catches your eye!

Today Desi Month Date in Pakistan & India 2024

According to Punjabi Desi Calendar Month Today Date is 13 Jan Saturday 29 Poh,پوہ ਪੋਹ

Desi MonthPoh january Today Date 2024
Today Desi Month Date29 Poh/پوہ/ਪੋਹ
DaySaturday,ہفتہ,शनिवार
shanivaar
Today Gregorian Desi Month Date29-12-2024
English Date13/01/2024
Desi Month Date In Urduآج پوہ 29 دیسی مہینے کی تاریخ ہے۔
Desi Month Date In Hindiआज पोह 29 देसी माह की तिथि है।

In South Asia, the month of November is considered Desi Month, a time to celebrate the region’s culture and heritage. During Desi Month, people of South Asian descent come together to share their traditions and customs with others. From dance and music performances to traditional food festivals, there are a variety of ways to participate in Desi Month festivities. Whether you’re looking to learn more about South Asian culture or simply enjoy some delicious food, Desi Month is a great time to explore all that the region has to offer. So mark your calendars and get ready to celebrate Desi style!

Desi Month January 2024 Dates

January 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
17 Poh
2
18 Poh
3
19 Poh
4
20 Poh
5
21 Poh
6
22 Poh
7
23 Poh
8
24 Poh
9
25 Poh
10
26 Poh
11
27 Poh
12
28 Poh
13
29 Poh
14
30 Poh
15
1 Maagh
16
2 Maagh
17
3 Maagh
18
4 Maagh
19
5 Maagh
20
6 Maagh
21
7 Maagh
22
8 Maagh
23
9 Maagh
24
10 Maagh
25
11 Maagh
26
12 Maagh
27
13 Maagh
28
14 Maagh
29
15 Maagh
30
16 Maagh
31
17 Maagh

Desi Month Date of February 2024

February 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
18 Maagh
2
19 Maagh
3
20 Maagh
4
21 Maagh
5
22 Maagh
6
23 Maagh
7
24 Maagh
8
25 Maagh
9
26 Maagh
10
27 Maagh
11
28 Maagh
12
29 Maagh
13
30 Maagh
14
1 Phagan
15
2 Phagan
16
3 Phagan
17
4 Phagan
18
5 Phagan
19
6 Phagan
20
7 Phagan
21
8 Phagan
22
9 Phagan
23
10 Phagan
24
11 Phagan
25
12 Phagan
26
13 Phagan
27
14 Phagan
28
15 Phagan
29
16 Phagan

Desi Month Date of March 2024

March 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
17 Phagan
2
18 Phagan
3
19 Phagan
4
20 Phagan
5
21 Phagan
6
22 Phagan
7
23 Phagan
8
24 Phagan
9
25 Phagan
10
26 Phagan
11
27 Phagan
12
28 Phagan
13
29 Phagan
14
1 Chet
15
2 Chet
16
3 Chet
17
4 Chet
18
5 Chet
19
6 Chet
20
7 Chet
21
8 Chet
22
9 Chet
23
10 Chet
24
11 Chet
25
12 Chet
26
13 Chet
27
14 Chet
28
15 Chet
29
16 Chet
30
17 Chet
31
18 Chet

Desi Month Date of April 2024

April 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
19 Chet
2
20 Chet
3
21 Chet
4
22 Chet
5
23 Chet
6
24 Chet
7
25 Chet
8
26 Chet
9
27 Chet
10
28 Chet
11
29 Chet
12
30 Chet
13
31 Chet
14
1 Vaisakh
15
2 Vaisakh
16
3 Vaisakh
17
4 Vaisakh
18
5 Vaisakh
19
6 Vaisakh
20
7 Vaisakh
21
8 Vaisakh
22
9 Vaisakh
23
10 Vaisakh
24
11 Vaisakh
25
12 Vaisakh
26
13 Vaisakh
27
14 Vaisakh
28
15 Vaisakh
29
16 Vaisakh
30
17 Vaisakh

Desi Month Of May 2024

May 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
18 Vaisakh
2
19 Vaisakh
3
20 Vaisakh
4
21 Vaisakh
5
22 Vaisakh
6
23 Vaisakh
7
24 Vaisakh
8
25 Vaisakh
9
26 Vaisakh
10
27 Vaisakh
11
28 Vaisakh
12
29 Vaisakh
13
30 Vaisakh
14
31 Vaisakh
15
1 Jeth
16
2 Jeth
17
3 Jeth
18
4 Jeth
19
5 Jeth
20
6 Jeth
21
7 Jeth
22
8 Jeth
23
9 Jeth
24
10 Jeth
25
11 Jeth
26
12 Jeth
27
13 Jeth
28
14 Jeth
29
15 Jeth
30
16 Jeth
31
17 Jeth

Desi Month Date of June 2024

June 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
18 Jeth
2
19 Jeth
3
20 Jeth
4
21 Jeth
5
22 Jeth
6
23 Jeth
7
24 Jeth
8
25 Jeth
9
26 Jeth
10
27 Jeth
11
28 Jeth
12
29 Jeth
13
30 Jeth
14
31 Jeth
15
1 Harh
16
2 Harh
17
3 Harh
18
4 Harh
19
5 Harh
20
6 Harh
21
7 Harh
22
8 Harh
23
9 Harh
24
10 Harh
25
11 Harh
26
12 Harh
27
13 Harh
28
14 Harh
29
15 Harh
30
16 Harh

Desi Month Date of July 2024

July 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
17 Harh
2
18 Harh
3
19 Harh
4
20 Harh
5
21 Harh
6
22 Harh
7
23 Harh
8
24 Harh
9
25 Harh
10
26 Harh
11
27 Harh
12
28 Harh
13
29 Harh
14
30 Harh
15
31 Harh
16
1 Sawan
17
2 Sawan
18
3 Sawan
19
4 Sawan
20
5 Sawan
21
6 Sawan
22
7 Sawan
23
8 Sawan
24
9 Sawan
25
10 Sawan
26
11 Sawan
27
12 Sawan
28
13 Sawan
29
14 Sawan
30
15 Sawan
31
16 Sawan

Desi Month Date of August 2024

August 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
17 Sawan
2
18 Sawan
3
19 Sawan
4
20 Sawan
5
21 Sawan
6
22 Sawan
7
23 Sawan
8
24 Sawan
9
25 Sawan
10
26 Sawan
11
27 Sawan
12
28 Sawan
13
29 Sawan
14
30 Sawan
15
31 Sawan
16
32 Sawan
17
1 Bhadon
18
2 Bhadon
19
3 Bhadon
20
4 Bhadon
21
5 Bhadon
22
6 Bhadon
23
7 Bhadon
24
8 Bhadon
25
9 Bhadon
26
10 Bhadon
27
11 Bhadon
28
12 Bhadon
29
13 Bhadon
30
14 Bhadon
31
15 Bhadon

Desi Month Date Of September 2024

September 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
16 Bhadon
2
17 Bhadon
3
18 Bhadon
4
19 Bhadon
5
20 Bhadon
6
21 Bhadon
7
22 Bhadon
8
23 Bhadon
9
24 Bhadon
10
25 Bhadon
11
26 Bhadon
12
27 Bhadon
13
28 Bhadon
14
29 Bhadon
15
30 Bhadon
16
31 Bhadon
17
1 Assu
18
2 Assu
19
3 Assu
20
4 Assu
21
5 Assu
22
6 Assu
23
7 Assu
24
8 Assu
25
9 Assu
26
10 Assu
27
11 Assu
28
12 Assu
29
13 Assu
30
14

Desi Month Date Of October 2024

October 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
15 Assu
2
16 Assu
3
17 Assu
4
18 Assu
5
19 Assu
6
20 Assu
7
21 Assu
8
22 Assu
9
23 Assu
10
24 Assu
11
25 Assu
12
26 Assu
13
27 Assu
14
28 Assu
15
29 Assu
16
30 Assu
17
1 Kattak
18
2 Kattak
19
3 Kattak
20
4 Kattak
21
5 Kattak
22
6 Kattak
23
7 Kattak
24
8 Kattak
25
9 Kattak
26
10 Kattak
27
11 Kattak
28
12 Kattak
29
13 Kattak
30
14 Kattak
31
15 Kattak

Desi Month Date Of November 2024

November 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
16 Kattak
2
17 Kattak
3
18 Kattak
4
19 Kattak
5
20 Kattak
6
21 Kattak
7
22 Kattak
8
23 Kattak
9
24 Kattak
10
25 Kattak
11
26 Kattak
12
27 Kattak
13
28 Kattak
14
29 Kattak
15
30 Kattak
16
1 Maghar
17
2 Maghar
18
3 Maghar
19
4 Maghar
20
5 Maghar
21
6 Maghar
22
7 Maghar
23
8 Maghar
24
9 Maghar
25
10 Maghar
26
11 Maghar
27
12 Maghar
28
13 Maghar
29
14 Maghar
30
15 Maghar

Desi Month Date of December 2024

December 2024
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
16 Maghar
2
17 Maghar
3
18 Maghar
4
19 Maghar
5
20 Maghar
6
21 Maghar
7
22 Maghar
8
23 Maghar
9
24 Maghar
10
25 Maghar
11
26 Maghar
12
27 Maghar
13
28 Maghar
14
29 Maghar
15
30 Maghar
16
1 Poh
17
2 Poh
18
3 Poh
19
4 Poh
20
5 Poh
21
6 Poh
22
7 Poh
23
8 Poh
24
9 Poh
25
10 Poh
26
11 Poh
27
12 Poh
28
13 Poh
29
14 Poh
30
15 Poh
31
16 Poh

Punjabi Month Calendar Source From Brandedpk.com.

Punjabi Desi Month Date

  •  Festival- Maghi (Makar Sankranti).
  • Month  (Magh).
  • Date (1 Magh).
  • Solar or lunar month Solar.

The month of Magh is an important month in the Pakistan & Indian calendar, as it marks the beginning of the solar new year. The festival of Maghi, also known as Makar Sankranti, is celebrated on the first day of Magh and marks the end of the winter season. 

On this day, people wear new clothes, exchange gifts and sweets with their loved ones, and pray for a prosperous year ahead. In some parts of the country, kite flying is also a popular activity on this day.

So if you’re looking to celebrate the start of the new year in a traditional way, then make sure you mark your calendars for the month of Magh!

Desi Month Names 

Do you know the Punjabi names for the months of the year? Here they are:

Desi Month in Punjabiin Hindi
Chetਚੇਤ
Vaisakhਵੈਸਾਖ
Jethਜੇਠ
Harhਹਾੜ੍ਹ
Sawanਸਾਵਣ
Bhadonਭਾਦੋ
Assuਅੱਸੂ
Kattakਕੱਤਕ
Maggharਮੱਘਰ
Pohਪੋਹ
Maghਮਾਘ
Phaganਫੱਗਣ

Months of Indian & Pakistani civil calendar:

1. January: Maagh

2. February: Phagan

3. March: Chet

4. April: Vaisakh

5. May: Jeth

6. June: Harh

7. July: Sawan

8. August: Bhadon

9. September: Assu

10. October: Kattak

11. November: Maghar

12. December: Poh

The Indian and Pakistani civil calendar is based on the lunar cycle, with each month beginning on the day of the new moon. There are twelve months in the year, with a total of 354 or 355 days. The months are named after festivals and important events in the agricultural cycle.

January is known as Maagh, and is the month of the Magh festival. February is Phagan, the month of the Phalguna festival. March is Chet, the month of the Chaitra Navratri festival. April is Vaisakh, the month of the Vaishakhi festival. May is Jeth, the month of the Jyeshtha Nakshatra. June is Harh, the month of the Hari Raya festival. July is Sawan, the month of the Shravana Nakshatra. August is Bhadon, the month of the Bhadra Purnima festival. September is Assu, the month of the Ashvin Navratri festival. October is Kattak, the month of the Kartik Purnima festival. November is Maghar, the month of the Margashirsha Nakshatra. December is Poh, the month of the Pushya Nakshatra.

Days Name in Punjabi Desi Calendar:

  • Monday- Somvar
  • Tuesday- Mangalvar
  • Wednesday- Budhvar
  • Thursday- Veervar
  • Friday- Shukarvar
  • Saturday- Sanicharvar
  • Sunday- Aitvar

The Punjabi Desi Calendar is the traditional calendar observed by the people of Punjab and other parts of India.

The days are named according to their respective gods, goddesses and spiritual figures. Mondays are dedicated to Goddess Parvati who is known as Somvar, Tuesdays are dedicated to Lord Mangal or Mars who is known as Mangalvar, Wednesdays are dedicated to Lord Buddha who is known as Budhvar, Thursdays are dedicated to Lord Indra who is known as Veervar, Fridays are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi who is known as Shukarvar, Saturdays are dedicated to Shani Dev or Saturn who is known as Sanicharvar and Sundays are dedicated to Lord Brahma who is known as Aitvar.

Each day has its own importance and associated rituals, including morning prayers and offerings to the gods. The Punjabi Desi Calendar is still observed in many parts of India and provides a reminder of ancient traditions and beliefs.

The Punjabi Desi Calendar highlights the importance of the seven days in a week for the people of Punjab. It is believed that worshipping gods, goddesses and spiritual figures on their respective days brings luck, prosperity and success to those who observe them.

The Punjabi Desi Calendar is also used as a guide to plan auspicious occasions such as weddings and religious ceremonies. For this reason, many people in Punjab still follow the Punjabi Desi Calendar and its associated rituals. It provides a link to their cultural heritage and is an important part of their lives.

Punjabi Desi Month Names In Hindi Urdu And Starings Dates

Serial No.MonthUrdu NamePunjabi NameDaysJulian Months
1Vaisakhiبیساکھਵੈਸਾਖ3114 April – 14 May
2Jethجیٹھਜੇਠ3115 May – 14 June
3Harhہاڑਹਾੜ੍ਹ3115 June – 15 July
4Sawanساونਸਾਵਣ3116 July – 15 August
5Bhadonبھادوںਭਾਦੋ3016 August – 14 September
6Assuاسوਅੱਸੂ3015 September – 14 October
7Katakکاتکਕੱਤਕ3015 October – 13 November
8Magharمگھرਮੱਘਰ2914 November – 13 December
9Pohپوہਪੋਹ3014 December – 12 January
10Maghماگھਮਾਘ3013 January – 12 February
11Phagunپھاگنਫੱਗਣ30/3112 February – 14 March
12Chetچیتਚੇਤ3114 March – 13 April

Punjabi Desi Days Names

EnglishPunjabi
MondaySomvar
TuesdayMangalvar
WednesdayBudhvar
ThursdayVeervar
FridayShukarvar
SaturdaySanicharvar
SundayAitvar

Complete Year of Desi Month Calendar 2024

As we start a new year, it’s time to get organized and plan ahead! The Complete Year of Desi Month Calendar 2024 is the perfect tool to help you do just that. This helpful calendar includes all of the important dates for each month, as well as space to write in your own notes and reminders. Plus, the colorful and eye-catching design is sure to brighten up your desk or wall. So, start planning your year today with the Complete Year of Desi Month Calendar 2024!

Sangrand Dates 2024

Desi month calendar sangrand dates for the next 12 months are as follows:

MonthSangrand 2024Day of WeekDesi Month
January14 JAN 2022SundayMaagh
February13 FEB 2022TuesdayPhagan
March14 MAR 2022ThursdayChet
April13 APR 2022SaturdayVaisakh
May14 MAY 2022TuesdayJeth
June14 JUN 2022FridayHarh
July16 JUL 2022TuesdaySawan
August16 AUG 2022FridayBhadon
September16 SEP 2022MondayAssu
October17 OCT 2022ThursdayKattak
November16 NOV 2022SaturdayMaghar
December15 DEC 2022SundayPoh

Masya in 2024 Dates

Masya DateDay of Week
11 January 2024Thursday
9 February 2024Friday
10 March 2024Sunday
8 April 2024Monday
8 May 2024Wednesday
6 June 2024Thursday
5 July 2024Friday
4 August 2024Sunday
2-3 September 2024Monday, Tuesday
2 October 2024Wednesday
1 November 2024Friday
1 December 2024Sunday
30 December 2024Monday

Puranmashi Dates 2024

Puranmashi DateDay of Week
25 January 2024Thursday
24 February 2024Saturday
25 March 2024Monday
23 April 2024Tuesday
23 May 2024Thursday
22 June 2024Saturday
21 July 2024Sunday
19 August 2024Monday
18 September 2024Wednesday
17 October 2024Thursday
15 November 2024Friday
15 December 2024Sunday

Panchami Dates 2024

Panchami DateDay of Week
15 January 2024Monday
14 February 2024Wednesday
14 March 2024Thursday
13 April 2024Saturday
12 May 2024Sunday
11 June 2024Tuesday
11 July 2024Thursday
9 August 2024Friday
8 September 2024Sunday
8 October 2024Tuesday
6 November 2024Wednesday
6 December 2024Friday

Dashmi Dates in 2024

Dashmi DateDay of Week
20 January 2024Saturday
19 February 2024Monday
19 March 2024Tuesday
18 April 2024Thursday
18 May 2024Saturday
16 June 2024Sunday
16 July 2024Tuesday
15 August 2024Thursday
13 September 2024Friday
13 October 2024Sunday
11 November 2024Monday
10 December 2024Tuesday

Short Survey Of Punjabi lunar Calendar 

The Punjabi lunar calendar is a tool used by many to keep track of festivals and important events. The calendar is divided into twelve months, with each month corresponding to a different phase of the moon. The months are named after festivals or important events that occur during that time of year. Here is a brief overview of the Punjabi lunar calendar:

* Maghi/Makar sankranti- This festival is celebrated on the first day of the month of Magh, which corresponds to the winter solstice. It is a time to celebrate the end of winter and the beginning of spring.

* Holika Dahan- This festival is celebrated on the full moon of Phagan, which marks the end of the winter season. On this day, people light bonfires and burn effigies of Holika, the demoness who tried to kill the young god Prahlad.

* Holi- This festival is celebrated on the first day of the month of Chait, which corresponds to the spring equinox. Holi is a time of joy and celebration, when people throw colored powders at each other and enjoy plenty of good food and drink.

* Raksha Bhandan- This festival is celebrated on the full moon of Sawan, which marks the beginning of the monsoon season. On this day, brothers tie Rakhi threads around their sisters’ wrists, symbolizing the strength of their bond.

* Vaisakhi- This festival is celebrated on the first day of the month of Visakh, which corresponds to the summer solstice. Vaisakhi is a time of thanksgiving, when people give thanks for the bountiful harvest. It is also the day when the Sikh new year begins.

* Lohri– This festival is celebrated on the full moon of Poh, which marks the end of the winter season. Lohri is a time to celebrate the return of longer days and warmer weather. On this day, people light bonfires and enjoy traditional Punjabi food and music.

* Teej/Teeyan– This festival is celebrated on the third day of the month of Sawan, which corresponds to the beginning of the monsoon season. Teej is a time for sisters to get together and pray for their brothers’ safety and well-being. On this day, women also dress up in beautiful clothes and jewelry and take part in traditional folk dances.

* Basant– This festival is celebrated on the first day of the month of Magh, which corresponds to the winter solstice. Basant is a time to celebrate the onset of spring, when the days become longer and the weather becomes warmer. On this day, people fly kites and enjoy traditional Punjabi food and music.

Which Punjabi month has 32 days?

The Punjabi month of Jyestha has 32 days. It falls in May – June, which means it is the ‘big’ month. This month is considered to be auspicious for many important events such as weddings and religious ceremonies. Jetth is the Punjabi name for this month.

How many days are in Punjabi month?

There are 30 days in the Punjabi month of Maghar, Poh and Magh. Phagun has 31 days.

  • Maghar 30 
  • Poh 30 
  • Magh 30
  •  Phagun 30-31

What is the meaning of Sangrand?

It is also known as Maghi Sangrand. This month of Magha according to Hindus

Solar calendar. I talk about dogers, so there is a tradition among them

Mansana and the other name of this month is “Maghi Sangrand”.

Sangrand is a sanskrit word which means “auspicious beginning”. It is the first day of the lunar month, and is considered to be very auspicious. On this day, Hindus perform special puja rituals and offer prayers to the gods and goddesses. Sangrand is also an important day for farmers, as it marks the beginning of the harvesting season. Farmers offer prayers to the Sun god, seeking his blessings for a good harvest. So, if you have been thinking of starting something new, make sure to do it on a sangrand day!

What is the Sikh calendar called?

The Sikh calendar is called nanakshahi The calendar was created with the help of the traditional Vikrama calendar. It is used to determine the date of important Sikh festivals.

What is Bikrami year?

Bikrami year is a solar year that starts on the 13th of March or at the start of spring. This year consists of 365 days. The 9th month of this year consists of 30 days. Then next one month is of 31 days and After last two months of this year consist of 32 days.

What happens on sangrand?

This name is given because people believe that the sun leaves only one zodiac sign. and penetrates into other zones. This Sangrind is the scariest day for these worshipers. On this day they arrange. Special supplications, just for that they think, Allah will look upon them kindly. all year round. But Sikh community does not worship sun.

What is the importance of sangrand?

Sangrand is an important festival for Sikhs as it marks the start of the new year according to the lunar calendar. On this day, Sikhs pray for all communities and ask for happiness for all. This event is also significant as it commemorates the martyrdom of 40 Sikh volunteers who sacrificed their lives for their beliefs. This makes sangrand a very special occasion for Sikhs all over the world.

Final Words: 

The Desi Month Calendar is a great way to celebrate your heritage and learn more about the different cultures represented in the South Asian community.

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