Sanskrit is the sacred language of Hinduism and also the classical language of South Asia. It comes under the language family of Indo-European. There is no native speaker for Sanskrit worldwide. The language has been studied by many for several research purposes and to know about the history of the South Asian continent. It is Lingua Franca of ancient and medieval South Asia. The early form of Sanskrit is called Vedic Sanskrit. The Vedic language is spoken in the Era between c. 1800 – 600 BCE, and the classic Sanskrit is spoken in 700 BCE – 1350 CE. Two major epics that are written in Sanskrit, namely the Rāmāyaṇa and the Mahābhārata. In the upcoming article, let’s see how to say months of the year in Sanskrit.
In Sanskrit, the word month is written as मन्थ and pronounced as mʌnθ. Similarly, the plural form of the month is also written and pronounced the same. So let’s see the rest of the months of the year in Sanskrit.
How to Say English Months in Sanskrit
|Month Name in English||Month Name in Sanskrit||Pronunciation|
|February||फेब्यूवेरी / फेब्रूएरी / फेब्रूवेरी||fɛbyəwɛri|
|April||एप्रल / ऐप्रल||eɪprəl|
|July||जूलाइ / जलाइ||dʒulaɪ|
|August||आगस्ट / ऑगस्ट / ऑगस्ट||ɑgəst|
How to Say Sanskrit Months in English
The Sanskrit language has a unique calendar apart from the English calendar, in which the number of days in each month varies between 29 and 32.
|Sanskrit Months||Sanskrit Months Duration||Transliteration|
|चैत्रः||Mid-March to mid-April||Chaitraḥ|
|वैशाखः||Mid-April to mid-May||Vaiśākhaḥ|
|ज्येष्ठः||Mid-May to mid-June||Jyeṣṭhaḥ|
|आषाढः||Mid-June to mid-July||Āṣāḍhaḥ|
|श्रावणः||Mid-July to mid-August||Śrāvaṇaḥ|
|भाद्रपदः||Mid-August to mid-September||Bhādrapadaḥ|
|आश्विनः||Mid-September to mid-October||Āśvinaḥ|
|कार्तिकः||Mid-October to mid-November||Kārtikaḥ|
|मार्गशीर्षः||Mid-November to mid-December||Mārgaśīrṣaḥ|
|पौषः||Mid-December to mid-January||Pauṣaḥ|
|माघः||Mid-January to mid-February||Māghaḥ|
|फाल्गुनः||Mid-February to mid-March||Phālgunaḥ|
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