Venkatrama Telugu Calendar 1990
Venkatrama Telugu Calendar 1990
Venkatrama Telugu Calendar is a popular and traditional calendar that is followed by the Telugu people in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It is based on the lunar cycle and shows the dates, festivals, holidays, tithis, nakshatras, varjyams, yogams and karanams of each month. Venkatrama Telugu Calendar is also known for its beautiful and colorful illustrations of Hindu gods and goddesses.
In this article, we will look at the Venkatrama Telugu Calendar of the year 1990, which corresponds to the Telugu years Sri Shuklanama Samvatsaram and Sri Pramodanama Samvatsaram. We will also highlight some of the important festivals and events that occurred in that year.
venkatrama telugu calendar 1990
The first month of the Venkatrama Telugu Calendar 1990 was Pushyam, which started on January 1 and ended on January 27. The second month was Magham, which started on January 28 and ended on February 25. Some of the notable festivals and holidays in this month were:
Bhogi: This festival marks the end of the harvest season and the beginning of the new year. It is celebrated by burning old and unwanted items in a bonfire and making rangolis with colorful powders. It was observed on January 14.
Pongal: This festival is also known as Makara Sankranti or Sankranthi. It is celebrated by offering prayers to the Sun god and cooking sweet rice with milk and jaggery. It was observed on January 15.
Kanumu: This festival is celebrated on the third day of Pongal. It is dedicated to cattle and farmers. It was observed on January 16.
Republic Day: This is a national holiday that commemorates the adoption of the Constitution of India on January 26, 1950. It was observed on January 26.
You can view the detailed daily information of this month by going to [Telugu Panchangam January 1990].
The fourth month of the Venkatrama Telugu Calendar 1990 was Chaitram, which started on March 27 and ended on April 25. The fifth month was Vaisakham, which started on April 26 and ended on May 24. Some of the notable festivals and holidays in this month were:
Rama Navami: This festival celebrates the birth anniversary of Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is celebrated by reading the Ramayana, performing puja, fasting and singing bhajans. It was observed on April 3.
Hanuman Jayanti: This festival celebrates the birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman, the monkey god and devotee of Lord Rama. It is celebrated by reading the Hanuman Chalisa, offering sindoor and bananas to Hanuman idols, and visiting temples. It was observed on April 17.
Akshaya Tritiya: This festival is also known as Akha Teej or Akshay Teej. It is considered to be an auspicious day for starting new ventures, buying gold or jewelry, donating to charity, and performing rituals. It was observed on April 24.
You can view the detailed daily information of this month by going to [Telugu Panchangam April 1990].
Venkatrama Telugu Calendar 1990 was a year full of festivals, celebrations, and auspicious occasions for the Telugu people. It also showcased the rich culture, heritage, and faith of the Telugu community. If you want to know more about the Venkatrama Telugu Calendar or download it for free, you can visit [Venkatrama & Co., Telugu Calendar].