How to Convert the Thai Buddhist Era Year to Gregorian Calendar Year

Subtract 543.
That is all.
However, if you want to further convert that to Japanese Imperial calendar dates, this site sure comes in handy: NengoCalc
This year, 2009 AD, is also 2552 B.E. (Thailand) and Heisei 21 (Japan).
I think I have enough calendar systems in my life.

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3 Responses to How to Convert the Thai Buddhist Era Year to Gregorian Calendar Year

  1. Timmi says:

    Hi Justin,

    That sounds easy. What about the day and the month? It is required to convert them as well?

    Cheers

    Timo

  2. arjun says:

    i want buddist calender 2012 in marathi or hindi language

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