Tibetan Calendar – February 2018

1 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

2 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

3 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations

4 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

5 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

6 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon

7 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon (last quarter)
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

8 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

9 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

10 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dakini Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

11 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

12 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

13 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

14 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dharmapala Day
  • Gutor – averting the negativity of the old year
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

15 Thursday

  • New Moon at 9:pm GMT
  • Partial Solar Eclipse from 7pm to 11pm GMT
  • Buddha Shakiamuni Day
  • Daka Day
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increased
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

16 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • New Tibetan and Chinese Year of the Earth Dog
  • Happy New Year
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

17 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

18 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • White Tara Day
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

19 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • No surgical operations

20 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

21 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon

22 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair increases intelligence

23 Friday

  • Waxing Moon (first quarter)
  • Green Tara and Medicine Buddha’s Day
  • No surgical operations
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

24 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

25 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Lama Tsong Khapa and Padmasambhava’s Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

26 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair increases intelligence

27 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Obstacles to those born in the years of the boar
  • Avoid Haircutting

28 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

Tibetan Calendar 2018

Tibetan Calendar – Introduction

Tibetan Calendar – January 2018

1 Monday

  • Full Moon
  • Happy New Year 2018
  • Sakya Pandita (1182-1251) Anniversary
  • Buddha Amitabha Day
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increased
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

2 Tuesday

  • Full Moon at 2:25 am GMT
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

3 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon

4 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

5 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations

6 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • Epiphany

7 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Orthodox Christmas
  • Avoid Haircutting

8 Monday

  • Waning Moon (last quarter)

9 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

10 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

11 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dakini Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

12 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

13 Saturday

  • Waning Moon

14 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags

15 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dharmapala Day
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

16 Tuesday

  • Luna Nuova
  • Buddha Shakiamuni Day
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

17 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Earth spleen pulse predominates for 18 days
  • Avoid Haircutting

18 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

19 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • White Tara Day
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

20 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

21 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

22 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

23 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon

24 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon (first quarter)
  • Avoid Haircutting

25 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Green Tara and Medicine Buddha’s Day

26 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Lama Tsong Khapa and Padmasambhava’s Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

27 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon

28 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

29 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

30 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

31 Wednesday

  • Full Moon at 1:26 pm GMT
  • Full Moon Eclipse from noon to 3pm GMT
  • Buddha Amitabha Day
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increased
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

Tibetan Calendar 2018

Tibetan Calendar 2017

Tibetan Calendar – Introduction

Tibetan Calendar – December 2017

1 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

2 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

3 Sunday

  • Full Moon at 3:46pm GMT
  • Buddha Amitabha Day
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increased
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

4 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

5 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

6 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations

7 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Obstacles for those born in the years of the sheep
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

8 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

9 Saturday

  • Waning Moon

10 Sunday

  • Waning Moon (last quarter)
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • Good for haircutting

11 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

12 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dakini Day
  • Tsog day according to Tibetan Calendar (eastern time)
  • Gaden ngancho – anniversary of Je Rinpoche – Lama Tsong Khapa (1357-1419)
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

13 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

14 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Obstacles for those born in the years of the sheep
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

15 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

16 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dharmapala Day
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

17 Sunday

  • New Moon
  • Buddha Shakiamuni Day
  • This month in the tibetan lunar calendar the 30th is double
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

18 Monday

  • New moon at 6:32am GMT
  • Buddha Shakiamuni Day
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

19 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

20 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

21 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • White Tara Day
  • Obstacles for those born in the years of the dog
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

22 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Anniversary of Kiabje Ling Rinpoche (1903~1983)
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

23 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon

24 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Ngepa Gu Dzom – Nine bad omens day in the tibetan calendar (including the morning of the 25th)
  • Christmas eve

25 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Christmas day
  • Zangpo Chu Dzom – 10 auspicious signs in the tibetan calendar (only in the afternoon)
  • Avoid Haircutting

26 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon (first quarter)
  • Green Tara and Medicine Buddha’s Day
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

27 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Obstacles for those born in the years of the horse and snake
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

28 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Lama Tsong Khapa and Padmasambhava’s Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

29 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair increases intelligence

30 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Obstacles for those born in the years of the boar
  • Avoid Haircutting

31 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • New year eve
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

Tibetan Calendar 2017

Tibetan Calendar – Introduction

Tibetan Calendar – November 2017

1 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • All saints
  • Avoid Haircutting

2 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

3 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

4 Saturday

  • Full Moon at 5:24 am GMT
  • Buddha Amitabha Day
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increased
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

5 Sunday

  • Waning Moon

6 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

7 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Water kidney pulse predominates for 72 according to the tibetan medical system
  • No surgical operations

8 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

9 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

10 Friday

  • Waning Moon (last quarter)
  • Lha Bab Duchen – Buddha Shakyamuni come back to earth from Indra’s heaven
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increased
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags

11 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • Obstacles for those born in the years of the mouse

12 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Tsog day according to Greenwich Mean Time (G.M.T.)
  • Avoid Haircutting

13 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dakini Day
  • Tsog day according to Tibetan Calendar (eastern time)
  • No surgical operations

14 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

15 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

16 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

17 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dharmapala Day
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • Avoid Haircutting

18 Saturday

  • New Moon at 11.43 am GMT
  • Buddha Shakiamuni Day
  • Birthday of Ling Choktrul Rinpoche
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

19 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

20 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

21 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • White Tara Day
  • Obstacles to those born in the years of the bird
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

22 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • No surgical operations

23 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Obstacles to those born in the years of the ox
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

24 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags

25 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

26 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon (first quarter)
  • Green Tara and Medicine Buddha’s Day
  • No surgical operations
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

27 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

28 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Lama Tsong Khapa and Padmasambhava’s Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • Obstacles to those born in the years of the monkey
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

29 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair increases intelligence

30 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

Tibetan Calendar 2017

Tibetan Calendar – Introduction

Tibetan Calendar – October 2017

1 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair increases intelligence

2 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

3 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

4 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

5 Thursday

  • Full Moon at 6:41 pm GMT
  • Buddha Amitabha Day
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

6 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

7 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

8 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

9 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Anniversary of Dilgo Kkyentse Rinpoche (1910-1991)
  • No surgical operations

10 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

11 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon

12 Thursday

  • Waning Moon (last quarter)
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

13 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Tsog day according to Greenwich Mean Time (G.M.T.)
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

14 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dakini Day
  • Tsog day according to Tibetan Calendar (eastern time)
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags

15 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

16 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

17 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

18 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dharmapala Day
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

19 Thursday

  • New Moon at 6:30 pm GMT
  • Buddha Shakiamuni Day
  • Diwali – Festival of lights in India
  • This day is favourable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increased
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

20 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Earth spleen pulse predominates for 15 days according to the Tibetan medical system
  • Avoid Haircutting

21 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

22 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • White Tara Day
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

23 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • No surgical operations

24 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

25 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon

26 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

27 Friday

  • Waxing Moon (first quarter)
  • No surgical operations
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

28 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Green Tara and Medicine Buddha’s Day
  • No surgical operations

29 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Anniversary of the 16th Karmapa (1924-1981)
  • End of the European Summer time – clock go back one hour
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

30 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Lama Tsong Khapa and Padmasambhava’s Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags

31 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Obstacles for those born in the years of the bird
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

Tibetan Calendar 2017

Tibetan Calendar – Introduction

Tibetan Calendar – September 2017


1 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair increases intelligence

2 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Obstacles to those born in the years of the boar
  • Avoid Haircutting

3 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

4 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags

5 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

6 Wednesday

  • Full Moon at 7:05 am GMT
  • Buddha Amitabha Day
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increased
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

7 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Birthday of HH Sakya Trizin Rinpoche
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags

8 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

9 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations

10 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

11 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

12 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon

13 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon (last quarter)
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

14 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

15 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dakini Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

16 Saturday

  • Waning Moon

17 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Good for haircutting

18 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

19 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dharmapala Day
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

20 Wednesday

  • New Moon at 6:31 am GMT
  • Buddha Shakiamuni Day
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

21 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

22 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Autumn equinox
  • Avoid Haircutting

23 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • White Tara Day
  • Obstacles for those born in the years of the boar

24 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

25 Monday

  • Waxing Moon

26 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags

27 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

28 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon (first quarter)
  • Green Tara and Medicine Buddha’s Day
  • No surgical operations
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

29 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

30 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Lama Tsong Khapa and Padmasambhava’s Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • Obstacles to those born in the years of the mouse
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

Tibetan Calendar 2017

Tibetan Calendar – Introduction

Tibetan Calendar – August 2017

1 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Tsog day according to Greenwich Mean Time (G.M.T.)
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

2 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Lama Tsong Khapa and Padmasambhava’s Day
  • Tsog day according to Tibetan Calendar (eastern time)
  • Cutting hair increases intelligence

3 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon

4 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

5 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon

6 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon

7 Monday

  • Full Moon
  • Partial moon eclipse from 5 pm GMT to 7:15 pm GMT
  • Buddha Amitabha Day
  • Anniversary of Je Gampopa (1079-1159)
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increa
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

8 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

9 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon

10 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

11 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations

12 Saturday

  • Waning Moon

13 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

14 Monday

  • Waning Moon

15 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon (last quarter)
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

16 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

17 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dakini Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

18 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

19 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

20 Sunday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dharmapala Day
  • Not a good day to start important activities
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

21 Monday

  • New Moon
  • Total sun eclipse from 4pm GMT to 9pm GMT
  • Buddha Shakiamuni Day
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increa
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

22 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

23 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

24 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • White Tara Day

25 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations

26 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon

27 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon

28 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Avoid Haircutting

29 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon (first quarter)
  • Green Tara and Medicine Buddha’s Day
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

30 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

31 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Lama Tsong Khapa and Padmasambhava’s Day
  • Ganachakra (Tsog) Day
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

Tibetan Calendar 2017

Tibetan Calendar – Introduction

Tibetan Calendar – July 2017

1 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon (first quarter)
  • Green Tara and Medicine Buddha’s Day
  • No surgical operations

2 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Birthday of Lama Michel Rinpoche
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

3 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Lama Tsong Khapa and Padmasambhava’s Day
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

4 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Obstacles to those born in the years of the bird
  • Cutting hair increases intelligence

5 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

6 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Birthday of HH the 14th Dalai Lama
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

7 Friday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Birthday of Lama Gangchen Rinpoche
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations

8 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Buddha Shakiamuni first turning of the Wheel of Dharma according to Thai Theravada tradition
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

9 Sunday

  • Full Moon at 4:09 am GMT
  • Buddha Amitabha Day
  • Dzamling Chisang – Universal Prayer Day
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increa
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

10 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

11 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

12 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

13 Thursday

  • Waning Moon

14 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Good day to hang prayer flags

15 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

16 Sunday

  • Waning Moon (last quarter)
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

17 Monday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

18 Tuesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Tsog day according to Greenwich Mean Time (G.M.T.)
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

19 Wednesday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dakini Day
  • Tsog day according to Tibetan Calendar (eastern time)
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

20 Thursday

  • Waning Moon
  • Earth-Spleen pulse dominates for 18 days according to the Tibetan medical system
  • Obstacles for those born in the years of the sheep
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

21 Friday

  • Waning Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

22 Saturday

  • Waning Moon
  • Dharmapala Day
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

23 Sunday

  • New Moon at 6:47 am GMT
  • Buddha Shakiamuni Day
  • This day is favorable for positive activities since the karmic results of both negatives and positive actions is greatly increa
  • No surgical operations
  • Avoid Haircutting

24 Monday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

25 Tuesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

26 Wednesday

  • Waxing Moon
  • White Tara Day
  • No surgical operations

27 Thursday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Chokor Duchen – Celebrating Buddha Shakyamuni first Turning of the Dharma Wheel
  • Good day to hang prayer flags
  • Cutting hair brings fortune

28 Friday

  • Waxing Moon

29 Saturday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Avoid Haircutting

30 Sunday

  • Waxing Moon
  • Not a good day to hang prayer flags
  • No surgical operations
  • Cutting hair increases vitality

31 Monday

  • Waxing Moon (primo quarto)
  • Green Tara and Medicine Buddha’s Day
  • Cutting hair brings power of attraction

Tibetan Calendar 2017

Tibetan Calendar – Introduction