Skip to main content


Telugu Calendar 2018 in pdf by Eenadu – Download Telugu Calendar 2018 Online for free


Telugu Calendar 2018 in pdf is provided by Eenadu Newspaper. The calendar is in Telugu and contains 2018 festivals, holidays, tithi, nakshatram, vajram, rahu kalam and other important details associated with Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The calendar is in pdf format and you can download it for free. You will need pdf reader installed to read the calendar.

Link - Telugu Calendar 2018 Eenadu

Telugu calendar is lunar calendar. Neighboring states Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Karnataka have pure Lunar calendar. Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Kerala follows Lunisolar calendar.

The Telugu calendar has a 60-year cycle. Each of the years in the Telugu Calendar bears a special name. It is believed by the Telugu people that the name of the year would provide a clue as to trajectory of the destiny of the Telugu people would take in the course of the year.

A month in the lunar calendar followed in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana starts the day after Amavasya or no moon day. The calendar is thus also known as Amavasyant calendar.

The twelve months are

  1. Chaitra (March - April)
  2. Vaishakh (April - May)
  3. Jyeshta (May - June)
  4. Ashada (June - July)
  5. Shravan (July - August)
  6. Bhadrapad (August - September)
  7. Ashwin (September - October)
  8. Kartik (October - November)
  9. Margashirsh (November - December)
  10. Paush (December - January)
  11. Magh (January - February)
  12. Phalgun (February - March)

There are twelve lunar months in Telugu calendar. Every 2.5 years and extra month is added to the calendar to match with the solar calendar.

All festivals in Hinduism are based on the lunar calendar.