Tamil Calendar January 2024

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Daily Calendar January 2024


Auspicious days in January 2024

Auspicious DaysDate
11 Thursday
25 Thursday
20 Saturday
Sashti Viradham
சஷ்டி விரதம்
16 Tuesday
Sankatahara Chathurthi
சங்கடஹர சதுர்த்தி
29 Monday
Matha Shivaratri
மாத சிவராத்திரி
9 Tuesday
7 Sunday
21 Sunday
9 Tuesday
23 Tuesday
14 Sunday
Chandra Dharisanam
சந்திர தரிசனம்
12 Friday
12 Friday

Tamil Muhurtham Dates in January 2024

Suba Muhurtham DateDayPirai
January 21
தை 7
SundayValarpirai Muhurtham
January 22
தை 8
MondayValarpirai Muhurtham
January 24
தை 10
WednesdayValarpirai Muhurtham

Government Holidays in January 2024

DateDayGovernment Holidays
January 1MondayNew Year’s Day
January 15MondayThai Pongal
January 16TuesdayThiruvalluvar Day/Maattu Pongal
January 17WednesdayUzhavar Thirunal
January 25ThursdayThai Poosham
January 26FridayRepublic Day

Hindu Festivals in January 2024

DateDayHindu Festivals
January 11ThursdayHanuman Jeyanthi, Kerpota Nivarthi
ஹனுமன் ஜெயந்தி, கெர்போட்ட நிவர்த்தி
January 14SundayBogi Festival
போகிப் பண்டிகை
January 15MondayThai Pongal
January 16TuesdayMaattu Pongal ,Thiruvalluvar Thinam
மாட்டுப்பொங்கல், திருவள்ளுவர் தினம்
January 17WednesdayUzhavar Thirunal
உழவர் திருநாள்
January 25ThursdayThai Poosam
January 30TuesdaySri Thiyaga piramma Aarathanai
ஸ்ரீ தியாகபிரம்ம ஆராதனை

Christian Festivals in January 2024

DateDayChristian Festivals
January 1MondayNew year
ஆங்கிலப் புத்தாண்டு
January 6SaturdayEpi Paniday
எபி பனிடே
January 28SundaySeptha geshima
செப்த கெஸீமா

Muslim Festivals in January 2024

January 28SundayChikkantharBasha Malai Santhana Koodu
சிக்கந்தர்பாஷா மலை சந்தன கூடு

Vastu Dates in January 2024

DateTamil Calendar DatesDayTime
January 26தை 12Friday10.41 AM to 11.17 AM

Kari Naal in January 2024

DateTamil Calendar DateDay
January 15தை 1Monday
January 16தை 2Tuesday
January 17தை 3Wednesday
January 25தை 11Thursday
January 31தை 17Wednesday

January 2024 Calendar

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What are the 12 Tamil months in order?

S.NoTamil MonthsEnglish Months
1சித்திரை – Chithirai (April)14 April – 14 May
2வைகாசி – Vaikaasi (May)15 May – 14 June
3ஆணி – Aani (June)15 June – 14 July
4ஆடி – Aadi (July)15 July – 14 August
5ஆவணி – Aavani (August)15 August – 15 September
6புரட்டாசி – Purattaasi (September)15 September – 15 October
7ஐப்பசி – Aippasi (October)15 October – 14 November
8கார்த்திகை – Karthikai (November)15 November – 14 December
9மார்கழி – Maargazhi (December)15 December – 14 January
10தை – Thai (January)15 January – 14 February
11மாசி – Maasi (February)15 February – 14 March
12பங்குனி – Panguni (March)15 March – 13 April

As per tamil month calendar 16 December – 13 January called as மார்கழி and 14 January – 12 February called as தை

What Tamil Month is January 2024?

Maargazhi – மார்கழி

This month has 29 or 30 days and it falls on 9th month on tamil calendar it is considered that maiden girls can find their man in this month. So early morning all teenage or unmarried young girls search in each house for their groom. There are two types of fast followed in this month, that is, savithi fast and vaishnava fast is followed in this month. Among these, the first one is for Thiruvambavai, whereas the second one is thiruppavai following the vaishnava festival.


This is the 10th month on tamil calendar holds 29 or 30 days. This month is the harvest month and here the first harvest begins in this month. At this time the pongal festival is celebrated by cooking the first harvest rice. 

What Special in January 2024 Tamil Calendar?

In the Tamil calendar, the month of January typically corresponds to the Tamil month of “Thai.” The month of Thai holds special significance in the Tamil culture due to the observance of several important festivals and events. Here are some of the notable occasions that are celebrated in the month of Thai according to the Tamil calendar:

  • Pongal Festival: Pongal, the Tamil Harvest Festival, is one of the most prominent celebrations during the month of Thai. It usually falls on the 14th or 15th of January and spans over four days. Pongal is a time of gratitude to the Sun God and celebrates the bountiful harvest. The festival involves cooking a special dish called “Pongal” using newly harvested rice, and it is a time for families to come together, decorate their homes, and participate in various festivities.
  • Makar Sankranti: While not exclusive to Tamil Nadu, Makar Sankranti is celebrated in various parts of India during mid-January. In Tamil Nadu, it is often referred to as “Uttarayanam.” Makar Sankranti marks the transition of the Sun into the zodiac sign of Capricorn (Makara). It is a time for flying kites, taking ritual baths in sacred rivers, and enjoying festive foods.
  • Thai Amavasai: The New Moon day of the Thai month is known as “Thai Amavasai.” It holds spiritual significance, and many people perform rituals and offer prayers to their ancestors on this day. Taking a dip in holy rivers and performing charitable activities are common practices.
  • Mattu Pongal: The third day of the Pongal festival, known as “Mattu Pongal,” is dedicated to honoring cattle, particularly cows and bulls, for their contribution to agriculture. The animals are bathed, decorated with colorful garlands, and fed special treats.
  • Kanum Pongal: The day following the main Pongal celebrations is called “Kanu Pongal.” On this day, people use to visit different places with their friends and family.
  • Thaipusam: Thaipusam is a significant Hindu festival celebrated by the Tamil community, particularly in Tamil Nadu and other regions with Tamil populations. It usually falls in the month of Thai. Devotees carry kavadis (elaborate structures adorned with decorations) and pierce their bodies with skewers as acts of penance and devotion.
  • Bhogi: Bhogi, the day before the start of the Pongal festival, involves discarding old and unwanted items through bonfires. It symbolizes a fresh start and a time to let go of the past.
  • Thai Poosam: Thai Poosam is another important Tamil Hindu festival that falls in the month of Thai. It commemorates the occasion when Parvati, the goddess, presented her son Murugan with a divine spear to vanquish evil forces.

These are just a few of the special occasions and celebrations that take place during the Tamil month of Thai, which usually corresponds to January. The month is characterized by a sense of gratitude, devotion, and cultural vibrancy as people come together to celebrate their traditions and connect with our heritage.

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