Rātaka is commonly translated to mean 'calendar'. It is a reference to Rā - our sun deity, Tamanuiterā and taka, meaning to rotate or circuit. Rātaka is based on the solar calendar, and everyday movement of the sun, so is the most common name for daily planners & diaries.
Tuhi Stationery Rātaka
We know you’re busy, that’s why we make it easy for you to stay organised and inspired. Celebrate the beauty of everyday life with our most popular product - our Rātaka bilingual (Te Reo Māori & English) daily planner.
The perfect planner for busy people who want to find more time in the day. It’s designed to help you live a fuller life. Find your inner peace with this planner that helps you get through the year, one step at a time. Choose from the wide range of vibrant covers so you never lose sight of your goals, and it brings you joy every time you pick it up.
Tuhi Stationery creates uniquely designed products that celebrates our languages in everyday stationery and planning resources. Our products are built with creativity, language, culture, and functionality in mind, you should never have to sacrifice one for the other. It is possible to have beautiful, bespoke stationery that celebrates your connection to language and culture and desire to live a balanced and fulfilling life. Our products will help you enjoy the little things, so that you can do big things.
- Bi-lingual Māori & English
- Karakia, Korero, Ko wai au & Waiata to use
- Important Maori Dates, Public holidays & significant dates
- 2023 & 2024 Year in view Calendar
- Maramataka Layout to customise
- Matariki Layout
- Monthly View
- Page per day & weekend
- Daily Energy & Gratitude
- Weekly Reflection & Goal Setting
Please note the standard planners do not have a back pocket or desk calendar like the premium planners do. You can purchase the desk calendars seperately on our site at this link.
- Hard Cover
- B5 Size - 17.6cm x 25cm
- 352 pages
- 80gsm woodgrain paper
We will accept product returns for refund within 7 days of purchase if the items are in unused original condition. To return your product and obtain a refund, you should mail your product to: Tuhi Stationery, 27 Grange Road, Papatoetoe, Auckland 2025, New Zealand
For last 2 years I tried two different Rātaka styles and this year I went back to this size and the set up within works for me - it has a busy and regular use, hard cover great because in and out of bags - and can lean on it to write, fits in my bag better :-) . Good size for writing in on within both columns, love the karakia and whakataukī set up, yearly calendars in a good part of the pukapuka. Binding has stayed quite firm. The blank pages have proven very useful. Love the monthly view, plenty of space to write. Beginning to utilise the ōku whāinga and ōku whakamara, ōku whakawhetai a little more often now, keep those coming especially the kōrero at the bottom of the day pages, very remindful. The new colours are great and also easier to spot within a bag or basket full of other books. He tino rawe ēnei rātaka! Ngā mihi mahana!
E mihi ana ki a koutou,
Tino rātaka te katoa. Pai rawa atu ngā wāhanga o te rātaka! Ngawari noa atu ki te whai hoki.
Ka ahu ake au ki te tau 2024 i tēnei wā ahakoa, tū nei te kaupeka o Ngahuru.
Every year I get a new Rātaka which I use as a journal and to map the Moon cycles. I also am into astrology so I put the astrology chart into the Rātaka for each New Moon and Full Moon along with Equinox and Sostices. Keep up the good work
I love how the rataka sits flat on the desk.
Having the year at a glance running across the bottom from the left page across the right page would be helpful.
Love these daily planners.