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The Sixty-Year Cycle

Each year in the Tamil calendar has a name. These names follow a 60-year cycle. (The number 60 represents five Jovian periods i.e. it takes Jupiter about 12 years to orbit the sun).

The following table lists the cycle of sixty year names:

No.

Name

in English

Year

1

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Prabhava

1987--1988

2

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Vibhava

1988--1989

3

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Sukla

1989--1990

4

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Pramodhudha

1990--1991

5

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Prajorpati

1991--1992

6

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Angirasa

1992--1993

7

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Srimukha

1993--1994

8

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Bhava

1994--1995

9

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Yuva

1995--1996

10

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Dhatu

1996--1997

11

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Isvara

1997--1998

12

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Vehudhanya

1998--1999

13

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Pramathi

1999--2000

14

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Vikrama

2000--2001

15

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Vishu

2001--2002

16

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Chitrabanu

2002--2003

17

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Subanu

2003--2004

18

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Tarana

2004--2005

19

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Parthiba

2005--2006

20

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Viya

2006--2007

21

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Sarvajit

2007--2008

22

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Sarvadhari

2008--2009

23

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Virodhi

2009--2010

24

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Viruti

2010--2011

25

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Kara

2011--2012

26

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Nandana

2012--2013

27

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Vijaya

2013--2014

28

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Jaya

2014--2015

29

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Manmatha

2015--2016

30

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Dhunmuki

2016--2017

31

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Hevilambi

2017--2018

32

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Vilambi

2018--2019

33

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Vikari

2019--2020

34

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Sarvari

2020--2021

35

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Plava

2021--2022

36

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Subakrit

2022--2023

37

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Sobakrit

2023--2024

38

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Krodhi

2024--2025

39

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Visuvasuva

2025--2026

40

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Parabhava

2026--2027

41

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Plavanga

2027--2028

42

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Kilaka

2028--2029

43

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Saumya

2029--2030

44

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Sadharana

2030--2031

45

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Virodhikritu

2031--2032

46

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Paridhabi

2032--2033

47

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Pramadhisa

2033--2034

48

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Ananda

2034--2035

49

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Rakshasa

2035--2036

50

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Nala

2036--2037

51

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Pingala

2037--2038

52

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Kalayukti

2038--2039

53

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Siddharthi

2039--2040

54

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Raudri

2040--2041

55

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Dunmati

2041--2042

56

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Dundubhi

2042--2043

57

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Rudhrodhgari

2043--2044

58

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Raktakshi

2044--2045

59

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Krodhana

2045--2046

60

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Akshaya

2046--2047



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