Tibetan Year of the Male Iron Mouse of the 17th Rabjung 2147
The calendar begins the first of January 2020 and ends on Losar 2021, the Tibetan New Year, and displays both Tibetan and Gregorian calendar dates. It is also an excellent reference to schedule all kinds of tasks as it is organized by week, and shows the astrological influences for each day.
Intended to support practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism, it indicates days on which special practices are done, including tsok feast days, sojong, the four great Buddhist festivals, solstices and equinoxes, main anniversaries, and special days in the Tibetan calendar such as Medical Rainfall, etc. It also provides a wealth of thumb size pictures of Buddhas and historical masters.