How can I convert Gregorian date to Persian date and vice-versa in Python?

All I found was some widgets and stuffs which will create Persian Calendar. I don’t want a Persian calendar. I just want to convert dates to each other.
So how can I do that?

Also, you can use jdatetime library like the following:

 import jdatetime
 gregorian_date = jdatetime.date(1396,2,30).togregorian()
 jalili_date =  jdatetime.date.fromgregorian(day=19,month=5,year=2017) 

See other functions in details in this document.

You can use PersianTools library:

Example:

>>> from persiantools.jdatetime import JalaliDate
>>> import datetime

>>> JalaliDate.today()
JalaliDate(1395, 4, 18, Jomeh)

>>> JalaliDate(datetime.date(1990, 9, 23))  # Gregorian to Jalali
JalaliDate(1369, 7, 1, Yekshanbeh)

>>> JalaliDate.to_jalali(2013, 9, 16)       # Gregorian to Jalali
JalaliDate(1392, 6, 25, Doshanbeh)

>>> JalaliDate(1392, 6, 25).to_gregorian()  # Jalali to Gregorian
datetime.date(2013, 9, 16)

>>> JalaliDate.fromtimestamp(578707200)     # Timestamp to Jalali
JalaliDate(1367, 2, 14, Chaharshanbeh)

pip install jdatetime

import jdatetime 
fa_date = jdatetime.date.today()
fa_date.j_months_fa[0]
jdatetime.datetime.now().strftime("%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S")#'Tue, 05 Far 1399 15:49:44'
jdatetime.datetime.now().strftime("%y %m %d") #'99 01 05'
jdatetime.datetime.now().strftime("%Y %m %d") # '1399 01 05'

jdatetime.datetime.now().strftime('%A %B')


 import jdatetime
 jalili_date = jdatetime.date(1399,1,5).togregorian()
 gregorian_date =  jdatetime.date.fromgregorian(day=24 ,month=3,year=2020)

first you have to install the jdatetime

'pip install jdatetime'

the library Jdateimte is so weak and non-friendly without any valid documentation , almost everyone get confused over it (thanks to it’s iranian development).
but here’s the drill:

timestamp = 1647334174.7492166
jdatetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(timestamp)
#returns 'jdatetime.datetime(1400, 12, 24, 1, 48, 17, 532053)'

From your ‘datetime’ object:

yourDate = datetime.datetime.now()
jdatetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(inputDate.timestamp())
#returns same result as before.

I didnt see khayyam package in the answers so here is the link:

https://pypi.org/project/Khayyam/

it is faster than jdatetime and better maintained

pip install jdatetime
import jdatetime
gregorian_date = jdatetime.date(1400,5,24).togregorian()
jalili_date = jdatetime.date.fromgregorian(day=1,month=12,year=2021)