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.
How to Convert the Thai Buddhist Era Year to Gregorian Calendar Year
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That sounds easy. What about the day and the month? It is required to convert them as well?
Day and month are the same.
i want buddist calender 2012 in marathi or hindi language
ParinibbanaYr=487BC BE=25202,in 2015AD