The Nepali Panchang, also known as the Nepali calendar, holds significant cultural and religious importance in Nepal. Rooted in Hindu tradition, the Panchang is a lunar calendar that reflects the lunar phases and positions of celestial bodies. It is widely used for religious ceremonies, festivals, and auspicious events. The Panchang provides information about tithis (lunar days), nakshatras (constellations), yoga, and karana, influencing the timing of various activities. It serves as a guide for planning religious observances, weddings, and other important occasions, considering the auspicious alignments of celestial bodies. The Nepali Panchang plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and fostering a deep connection to the celestial rhythms within the Nepali community.