Calendar


For your desktop – Shehnshai Calendar 2014

Important Dates in the Zoroastrian Religious Calendar, including Saalgreh i.e. Anniversary of Fire Temples – Click Here

For your desktop – Shehnshai_Calendar_2013

Click Here for this unique Calendar Site which has the Shehenshahi, Kadmi and Fasli Calendars, Conversions, Mobile Apps for Blackberry, Android, iOS, Windows and Symbian, and much more. Thank you Arzan Lali for this wonderful resource.

Zoroastrian Calendar ( Excel / VBA Automated) 1900-2100 – Zoroastrian Calendar (1900-2100) – Cyrus Sidhva, Auckland, New Zealand
Android Shenshai Calendar at your fingertips. Available on Google Play Store – Click Here

Download an easy Calendar in Excel (upto the year 2100) which can be Saved / Printed on your desktop – Click Here

Homi Limbuwalla has created a great Shenshai Calendar with the Roj and Mah on Google Calendars. Have a look and find ways of using it 🙂   –   Click here

Gujarati and English Calendar -Very good converter and Roj Calculator online by TheLalis – includes conversion from Shehenshahi to Gregorian and vice versa.

Calendar Magic – for Parsi, Irani, Fasli Calendars – Click Here to download

Below are the Calendars for 2010-11 and 2011-12 – Click on each of them to view / Print

Please also see the Category – Calendars – alongside

32 thoughts on “Calendar

  1. Mehernosh says:

    there is error in parsi calender
    ava month and hormaz roj the date is incorrect
    kindly check
    thanks – mehernosh

  2. Zinobia says:

    I am looking for the Shenshai Calendar 2010-2011
    Can some one help me or send me across to my email add. As in next year my cousin wants her daughter navjote to be done so we are looking out for the calendar to check roj and month I will be highly obliged.

    zenia79@rediffmail.com

  3. homi farokh mistry says:

    I want to know the following :-
    i) Our new year date ?
    ii) When will our Mukhtad get over ?
    iii) Dates in 2011, from when Mukhdat will start and end .

  4. Cyrus D. Vandriwala says:

    Glad to read in Jam-e-Jamshed. Very good effort to keep in touch with religion.

    Cyrus Vandriwala
    – Teacher in Sett R. J. J. High School, Navsari.
    – Managing Committee Member in D.N.Mehta Sarvajanik Hospital, Navsari.
    – Local Committee Member – W.Z.O. Trust Fund, Navsari.

  5. Gulshen Dinshaw says:

    If we can have the same format 2010-12 of Shenshai Calendar for the coming Shenshai Year on your website Thanks

  6. Cyrus Sidhva says:

    furthermore,to the updated Excel Calendar in VBA (Automation) you could also print out the main calendar as well as the ‘Special Dates’ for the Parsi Calendar Year e.g 2012-2013 … and have the special dates handy on a single printout!

  7. Cyrus Sidhva says:

    thanks Yazdi, appreciate your comments on my Excel Calendar with special functions ( made easy by pop up help notes in it for ease of use)

    Regds

    Cyrus

  8. Cyrus says:

    HELP FOR ZOROASTRIAN CALENDAR (Excel / VBA)
    make sure you’ve got Macro security in Excel set at preferably low or medium ( to prevent repeatedly allowing the macro to run)

    on the ‘Calendar’ sheet :

    1) the year selected is the Parsi Calendar Year i.e 2012 – 2013 for the current year until August ( Nawroze) when the year selection should be 2013-2014…

    2) Consequently if you’re researching a Mah / Roj make sure you select the correct year ( TIP: If the date falls beyond 31st DEC of a given year but Before Navroze of the next year then go by the earlier year)

    3) Click the ‘Today’ button to go to today, and HOME to return to the top of the Calendar

    4) ON the SPECIAL DATES Sheet:

    Enter name, and Gregorian Date and click enter, now going back to the newly entered date, you’ll see a ‘Find Mah/Roj’ button appear alongside, clicking it will automatically generate the Mah and Roj and co-inciding date in the selected year ( should be the same date as that on the Calendar sheet for the current year) OR you could get these dates for any year !!

    There are notes ( little red triangle markings in the top right hand corner or the cell where available)

    Hope it helps ! and hope you find this an immensely helpful tool…

    Good luck and God Bless!

    Cyrus

  9. Gulshen says:

    Where I can view/ download the calendar Shehenshai (originally constructed by Sarosh Maneckshaw) for the coming year Thanks

  10. Cyrus says:

    NOTICE:

    Pls download the latest version of Zoroastrian Calendar (1900 – 2100) VBA automated – there are a few Crucial changes …

    visit homepages.woosh.co.nz/cyrus_s/page2.html to download directly from website or click link in Zoroastrians.net/ calendar..

    many thanks

    Cyrus

    PS: Yazdi are you please able to update the link here thanks heaps!

  11. Amin Farhudi says:

    Noblest Aryan Ladies and Lords:
    Dorud!

    I am contacting you from Fatherland Iran. My name is Amin and although I am born and raised a Shia Muslim, I have a deep love for my Persian heritage and identity and regard my ancestral Zoroastrian religion with exceeding honor and sanctity. I would like to thank you for a treasure that you provided on your website and I just downloaded it today: the Kadimi Zoroastrian calendar between 2009 and 2030. During my Iranian studies I observed that this calendar was the one that our sacred Shahanshah Yazdgerd III put in use for Iranians just before the alien invasion. Is there still any Zoroastrian community whether in Iran or in India, who observes this calendar and prefers it to the two other Zoroastrian calendars? If there is, I would like to ask you to impart to me some information about those communities and their websites if available.

    May you be happy and prosperous!

    Your Aryan brother,
    Amin Farhudi

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