Vishu 2013, Vishu Festival date in 2013, Malayalam New Year 2013

Vishu 2013, Vishu Festival date in 2013, When is Vishu in 2013 in Kerala? In 2013, Vishu date is April 14.

Vishu is the harvest festival of Kerala observed on the first day of the Medam month (April – May) of Malayalam Panchang. Vishu 2013 date is April 14. Vishu is the first day in Malayalam calendar.

This festival is also celebrated in Tulu Nadu region in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. In some places Vishu is known as Bisu.

Vishukani is the most important ritual on Vishu festival in Kerala. Vishukani 2013 darshanam in Sabarimala Temple is given in the post of Vishukani darshanam 2013. Vishu Phalam or Vishubhalam are the special predictions prepared by Malayalam Astrologers. It is believed reading or knowing Vishu Phalam of that year on Vishu gives a good start for the year.

Vishu 2013 date in USA & Canada – 14 April

Vishu 2013 date in UK & Europe, UAE & other Gulf countries – 14 April

Vishu 2013 date in Singapore & Malaysia – 14 April

Vishu 2013 date in Australia & New Zealand – 15 April (In Perth of Australia Vishu 2013 date is April 14)

Vishu festival also marks the day of Mesha Sankranti or Mesha Sankraman during which Sun transits to the first zodiac – Mesha Rashi or Aries zodiac. Literally, Vishu means equal and signifies one of the equinox. Malayalam calendar is also known as Kollavarsham.

Vishu festival or the first day of Medam month is considered as the astrological New Year day whereas the official Malayalam New Year starts in Chingam month (August – September).

In 2012 also Vishu festival date was April 14.

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  1. It’s not ‘calender’; it’s ‘calendar’.
    cal·en·der [kal-uhn-der] Show IPA
    noun
    1.
    a machine in which cloth, paper, or the like, is smoothed, glazed, etc., by pressing between rotating cylinders.
    2.
    a machine for impregnating fabric with rubber, as in the manufacture of automobile tires.
    verb (used with object)
    3.
    to press in a calender.
    cal·en·dar [kal-uhn-der] Show IPA
    noun
    1.
    a table or register with the days of each month and week in a year: He marked the date on his calendar.
    2.
    any of various systems of reckoning time, especially with reference to the beginning, length, and divisions of the year. Compare Chinese calendar, Gregorian calendar, Hindu calendar, Jewish calendar, Julian calendar, Muslim calendar.
    3.
    a list or register, especially one arranged chronologically, as of appointments, work to be done, or cases to be tried in a court.
    4.
    a list, in the order to be considered, of bills, resolutions, etc., brought before a legislative body.
    This distinction should have been learnt in III Std. by associating ‘calendAr’ with ‘yeAr’.
    It’s not ‘chingan’; it’s ‘Chingam’ and it’s wrong to say that ‘Chingan 1st is the malayalam new year’. It should be ‘Chingam 1st is the beginning of the Malayalam New year’.

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  3. Hi, Thanks for the above information. However Vishu is not the new year as per malayalam calender. This calender starts with Chingam. Chingan 1st is the malayalam new year. Please request you to replace the incorrect informations.