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Calendars- even more!

Date: 25-01-2017 by Elodie Milne

In the last blog we explored a few different calendars. Today, we are going to look at even more of them in this new blog post.

Indian and Hindu calendars

There have been attempts to establish a single calendar for all of India, but to this day many local variations exist. India uses the Gregorian calendar for administrative purposes, while holidays are determined by regional, religions and ethnic traditions. The Indian national calendar (called the Saka calendar) is the official civil calendar of India, used alongside the Vikram Samvat, a Hindu calendar (used mainly in Nepal and a handful of Indian states).

There have been calls in India to replace the Saka calendar with the Vikram Samvat as the official calendar. The Saka calendar was introduced in 1957 by the Calendar Reform Committee after it conducted a survey and found that there were about 30 calendars in use in the country, due to long-established customs and practices of local calendar makers. The Saka calendar is lunisolar and its leap years coincide with those of the Gregorian calendar. The reformed 1957 calendar was meant to provide an accurate calendar based on scientific study and make India more unified. India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, wrote in 1955: “They (different calendars) represent past political divisions in the country… Now that we have attained Independence, it is obviously desirable that there should be a certain uniformity in the calendar for our civic, social, and other purposes, and this should be done on a scientific approach to this problem.” However, the Saka calendar seems largely ignored in favour of the religious calendar and the Gregorian calendar. Continue Reading

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