The Gregorian calendar, also called the Western calendar and the Christian calendar, is the internationally accepted civil calendar.
" “BUT I THOUGHT JESUS WAS BORN ON DECEMBER 25th “ Contrary to popular Christian teachings, Messiah Yahshua "jesus" was NOT born on December 25th. Using the Holy Bible as our guide, let us see what the scriptures say concerning Messiah’s birth. In 1 Chronicles Chapter 23, King David set up the priestly functions for the Holy Temple and in 1 Chronicles Chapter 24, he separated the Priests into divisions for their appointed times of service in the Holy Temple. 1 Chronicles 24:7-18 details the appointed order of Levite service in the Holy Temple with each division of priests ministering there from Shabbat (Sabbath) to Shabbat (1 Chron. 23:1-8). The priestly rotation began at the beginning of the month of Aviv (Nisan) of the Hebrew calendar (Normally late March or early April according to the Gregorian calendar) and continued throughout the year. *1Ch 24:19 These were the orderings of them in their service to come into the house of Yahweh, according to their manner, under Aaron their father, as Yahweh E ...
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December 4, 2013 The Holy Great Martyr Barbara. Our Venerable Father John of Damascus. Epistle: Heb. 5:11-6:8 Gospel: Luke 21:5-7; 10-11; 20-24 According to the Gregorian Calendar for Pascha Troparion - Tone 4: Your lamb Barbara, O Jesus, cries out in a loud voice: I love you, my Bridegroom; I seek you with painful longing; I am crucified with you; in your baptism, I am buried with you; I suffer for you that I may reign with you; and I die for you that I may live with you. Receive me as a spotless sacrifice immolated with love for you. By her prayers, O merciful One, save our souls. Kontakion - Tone 2: All the faithful find spiritual healing in your all-holy temple. O renowned virgin-martyr Barbara, with a loud voice we sing to you: Pray without ceasing to Christ our God for all of us. Common for a Confessor Troparion - Tone 8: Guide to Orthodoxy, teacher of piety and holiness, luminary for the world, inspired adornment of monks, O wise John, harp of the Spirit, you enlightened all by your teachings; inte ...
laceration with a calendar. Oh no when Sep 23 is said 07 before October. What's 25 before July? Gregorian like thanksgiving
Super power I wish I had: the ability to instantly to convert dates from the French Republican calendar to the Gregorian calendar.
“Why is it hot outside bruh. why.”cuz its really march, the Gregorian calendar we follow is an illusion.. Peep the Ethiopian cal
For who's interested in Yule! ~xXx~ The Winter Solstice - Yule Lore The date varies from December 20 to December 23 depending on the year in the Gregorian calendar. Yule is also known as the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere and the summer solstice in the southern hemisphere due to the seasonal differences. Yule, (pronounced EWE-elle) is when the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half. Starting the next morning at sunrise, the sun climbs just a little higher and stays a little longer in the sky each day. Known as Solstice Night, or the longest night of the year, the sun's "rebirth" was celebrated with much joy. On this night, our ancestors celebrated the rebirth of the Oak King, the Sun King, the Giver of Life that warmed the frozen Earth. From this day forward, the days would become longer. Bonfires were lit in the fields, and crops and trees were "wassailed" with toasts of spiced cider. Children were escorted from house to house with gifts of clove spiked apples and oranges whic . ...
Prehistoric period (300th millennium to 34th century BCE) 300th to 51st millennium BCE 223,000 – 100,000 BCE. The earliest evidence of Hominids, such as Neanderthals and even *** heidelbergensis, deliberately disposing of deceased individuals usually in funerary caches. The graves, located throughout Eurasia (e.g. the Pontnewydd Cave (Wales), Atapuerca Mountains (Spain), Qafzeh (Israel), Es Skhul (Israel), Krapina (Croatia), are believed to represent the beginnings of ceremonial rites, although there is some debate about this. Neanderthals placed their deceased in simple graves with little or no concern for grave goods or markers; however, their graves occasionally appeared with limestone blocks in or on them, possibly an archaic form of grave marking. These practices were possibly the result of empathetic feelings towards fellow tribespeople, for example: an infant buried in the Dederiyeh Cave after its joints had disarticulated was placed with concern for the correct anatomical ar ...
Hi good afternoon which calendar do you prefer Julian or Gregorian
A year is not an arbitrary period of time, it is an astronomic reality insofar as it represents the time it takes for the earth to orbit around the sun. A good calendar therefore, needs to match this period of time. It takes 365.242 days for the earth to complete the trip. Instead of adding .242 of a day (5 hours 48 minutes and 30 seconds) to a 365-day year the leap-year system was devised. Every four years an extra day was added to the 365 days in the regular calendar thereby creating 366-day years. This system is relatively accurate, but .242 is not exactly the .250 of a day that it needs to be for the leap-day to work perfectly. Over the centuries the .008 of a day (11 minutes 30 seconds) began to accumulate. The continuing accumulation caused by the inaccuracies of the Julian Calendar came to an end in 1582. Pope Gregory XIII stated that 10 days in October were to be removed from the calendar. Specifically, he struck the 5th through 14th from the month which created a very bizarre October 1582. You ca ...
The Law of Time! affirms that all of the planetary upheavals and social chaos that we are experiencing today are directly related to giving precedence to human laws and machine technology, rather than divine order and natural law. This is due to living a collective misperception of time known as the 12:60 frequency. This refers to the 12 month cycle of the irregular! Gregorian calendar meaning (The calendar we use at this time) paced by the 60 minute clock. So if you feel like and might have felt like you haven't been running on the right time or are constantly mixing up your days or just feel like your lost in space or actually lost in time. It is because there is another Calendar another time and this has been around since the dawn of time. It is the 13 Moon 28-day calendar this calendar is based on and around Synchronicity Synchronicity follows a set of universal principles based on an underlying mathematical matrix. The more we learn about and tune into this matrix, the more we experience the sync ...
Here is an interesting historical fact. Just have a look at the calendar for the month of September 1752. Go to Google type "September 1752 calendar" & see for yourself. You will notice, 11 days are simply missing from the month. Here's the explanation: This was the month during which England shifted from the Roman Julian Calendar to the Gregorian Calendar. A Julian year was 11 days longer than a Gregorian year. So, the King of England ordered 11 days to be wiped off the face of that particular month. So, the workers worked for 11 days less that month, but got paid for the whole month. That's how the concept of "paid leave" was born. Hail the King!!! In the Roman Julian Calendar, April used to be the first month of the year; but the Gregorian Calendar observed January as the first month. Even after shifting to the Gregorian Calendar, many people refused to give up old traditions and continued celebrating 1st April as the New Year's Day. When simple orders didn't work, the King finally issued a royal dictu ...
don't do that. you can say it in 6 days, on my Gregorian calendar birthday
Can we have a Non-denominational end of the Gregorian calendar year gathering? I wanna get elf'd up.
Rosh Chodesh Sameach a day early. Tomorrow; the returning crescent will be spotted in Israel. It was impossible for it to have been seen tonight in Israel. I did see a very thin faint crescent here in Abilene, TX tonight but it was so thin that it is easy to tell that it would not have been seen in Israel 7 hours earlier. Since I follow the beginning of the day at sunrise; we will be starting the 10th month on Thursday morning at sunrise on the Gregorian calendar. This would be at the end of the 30th night of the 9th biblical month on HaYom Chamishi on the biblical calendar.
So what are some ways you plan to grow in this last month of the Gregorian calendar?
PRAYER POINTS FOR APRIL 2014 April is the fourth month of the Gregorian calendar. It means Aphrodite’s month. Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love and beauty. She is identified with the Roman goddess Venus. April was originally the second month of the Roman calendar, before January and February were added by King Numa Pompilius about 700 BC. It became the fourth month of the calendar year (the year when twelve months are displayed in order) during the time of the decemvirs about 450 BC. The derivation of the name (Latin Aprilis) is uncertain. The traditional etymology is from the Latin aperire, "to open," in allusion to its being the season when trees and flowers begin to "open," which is supported by comparison with the modern Greek use of ἁνοιξις (opening) for spring. Going by this information, we want to redeem and possess the month of April 2014, for the Lord, who is the source of true love, beauty and glory, the One who opens and no one can close. PRAYER POINTS 1. Let us go before the Lor ...
its our calendar. The other calendars were based on lunar cycles unlike our Gregorian calendar which is based on the sun
If nintendo continues to do year of x, we can finally stop using the gregorian calendar
♥ :) the Russian Orthodox Church lives according to the old Julian Calendar, which is currently 13 days behind the Gregorian,
Just landed from my Thanksgiving trip and now shopping for plane fares at Christmas. Stupid Gregorian calendar...
Approximate start of Ramadan 2014 Ramadan in 2014 will start on Saturday, the 28th of June and will continue for 30 days until Sunday, the 27th of July. Based on the sighting of the moon in North America, in 2014 Ramadan will start in North America a day later - on Sunday, the 29th of June. Note that in the Muslim calandar, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Muslims will celebrate Ramadan on the sunset of Friday, the 27th of June. Although Ramadan is always on the same day of the Islamic Calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year, since the Gregorian calendar is a solar calendar and the Islamic Calendar is a lunar calendar. This difference means Ramadan moves in the Gregorian calendar approximately 11 days every year. The date of Ramadan may also vary from country to country depending on whether the moon has been sighted or not. The dates provided here are based on the dates adopted by the Fiqh Council of North America for the celebration of Ramadan ...
lol nah she literally don't know.. In the village at home they don't really use calendars ig.. The Gregorian calendar wrong
December 4 is the 338th day of the year (339th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar
on the Julian Calendar (the old calendar) tomorrow is the liturgical commemoration of The Entrance Of The Blessed Virgin Mary Into The Temple" (it was observed on Nov. 21st on the "new" Gregorian Calendar) . . .
Another fun calendar fact: there are exactly 20,871 weeks in the 400-year cyclical Gregorian calendar.
What is the debate? Every year we hear many sincere Christians and non-Christians decry the Christmas season and the use of Christmas trees for our Christmas celebration. Some sincere folks wanting to be closer to God have adopted a Christian worldview concerning the Christmas season which by default borders on non-Christian expressionism. There is so much chatter that condemns many Christian celebrations so that it becomes hard to ever think that Christians have a Biblical right to celebrate anything. However,normally during the month of December, there is a lesser known, but still ever popular celebration, that began 163 years before Jesus’ birth. This Holiday was called the Feast of Dedication at first, but today we know it as Hanukkah. The Feast of Dedication came about in the year 165-164 BC, when the Temple had been recovered from the Greeks during a lengthy revolt led by the Maccabees. That year, Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles or Booths, was not celebrated on time, and as such, the ...
ever noticed how in the calendar we are always getting more and more behind?ever wonder why? well i noticed it... been watching and studying time for a few years now. first if you do some studying on the historical events, the calendar is off (in the gregorian calendar) by 5 years. and as time passes with every leap year we lose another year. if using the time frame mentioned in the Bible, which can be found throughout the Bible, we are told that there are exactly 390 days for a year. hm... doesnt that make you question how accurate is our time frame used on the modern calendars? well, if you know your Bible and do some historical reading along with it, you will also notice that the Hebrew calendar is also behind, but no one is sure exactly by how much. some scholars say its off by 30 years while others claim its off by 230 years. i think we need to put some time aside and recalculate our calendars. things have been unraveling before our very own eyes, historical and Biblical. even our plants in our garde ...
I love mentoring college kids, I, a football junkie, told my good pal Shannon, who L. Maude Montgomery was and about the Gregorian calendar!
Babylonian Matrix Slave to the Gregorian Calendar, and Machine artificial time watch -(Frequency 12:60 _- 12 months 60 mins - fcking Work and Buy (materialism times )
That Gregorian Calendar thinking, and the Geographical thinking that Comes with it has any and everything WE call History Tied all up in Knots. Human History on this Planet extends into the HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of Years. More than once Civilizations Existed TEN TIMES more TECHNICALLY Advanced as Us. Look at a Pyramid. Look any where in the World and you can FLY UP on something that YOU CANNOT recreate. What Happened? Well What Happened Evidently is, Somebody TOOK the TIME to TRAIN the HUMAN SPIRIT.
If you're really worried about whether or not you should send Christmas cards to people of other religions, or if you should send them cards of their religion that you yourself don't celebrate, let Etiquetteer make it easy for you. Send New Year's greetings on January 1! So much less anxious fretting to deal with since we all use the same calendar. (And yes, Etiquetteer knows all about the Jewish and Chinese calendars, but we ALL use the Gregorian calendar for daily life.)
In the end of the Gregorian calendar. I pick my role to be your reflection
Happy Hanukkah, Tarah! Today is the fifth day of Hanukkah. As the sun sets here in Jerusalem, the sixth night of Hanukkah begins. Tonight, all around the world, six candles will be lit on the hanukkiah (special Hanukkah menorah)! Although Hanukkah usually begins in December, often close to Christmas, it is celebrated very early this year. On the Hebrew calendar, however, Hanukkah is always celebrated from Kislev 25 to Tevet 2. On the Gregorian calendar this year, it began at nightfall on November 27 and will end at nightfall on Thursday, December 5. Here in Israel, it is customary to place the Hanukkah menorah in the window facing the street, as a testimony to the miracles of Hanukkah. Perhaps the best-known custom of Hanukkah is the lighting of the hanukkiah. This special menorah is used only at Hanukkah, and although it is reminiscent of the seven-branched light stand that stood in the Temple, it is different. Instead of the Menorah's seven branches, the hanukkiah has eight candles that are kindled wi . ...
""I'd love to go out with you, but I'm converting my calendar watch from Julian to Gregorian.""
December 3, 2013 The Holy Prophet Zephaniah. Epistle: Heb. 4:1-13 Gospel: Luke 21:12-18 According to the Gregorian Calendar for Pascha Common for a Prophet Troparion - Tone 2: As we celebrate the memory of your prophet Zephaniah, O Lord, we implore you to save our souls through his prayers. Kontakion - Tone 4: Your pure heart was enlightened by the Spirit and became a vessel of radiant prophecy. Because you saw as present the events yet to come we honor you, O blessed and glorious Prophet Zephaniah. The Synaxarion (Lives of the Saints) The holy prophet Zephaniah, who in the days of Josiah, king of Judah, announced the destruction of the ungodly on the day of the wrath of the Lord and strengthened the host of poor and needy people in the hope of salvation.
Tip for a great experience at Skydive Dubai: You must be at least 18 years of age (by Gregorian calendar), please come with a valid ID.
And the Gregorian Calendar wasn't invented until 1582. Few were aware of the year, and there was no real consensus on calendar keeping.
The Biblical Feasts of Israel Shalom Partner and Friend of Israel, Let’s study together the main Holy days that God gave His people, Israel. They are filled with prophetic meaning and truth. Yes, the Holy Scripture is a living force among the Jewish people, and its influence can be felt in Israel’s public life. Where else other than in Israel are the returning harvests wagons decorated with ribbons bearing Scripture texts? Where else are harvest festivals celebrated with dancing to the accompaniment of Psalm / singing? Where else are the premises of national exhibitions hung with Scripture posters? In what other country does the Bible competition form the highlight of a jubilee, as it did in the 10th anniversary celebrations of the foundations of the state of Israel? So widespread was the interest shown in the contest that cafe’s and cinemas were deserted while people gathered around their radios to follow each stage of the contest eager to know who was the most ...
Introduction Of THE ISLAMIC (HIJRI) CALENDAR 1. HISTORY AND MOTIVATION The Islamic Calendar, which is based purely on lunar cycles, was first introduced in 638 C.E. by the close companion of the Prophet and the second Caliph, `Umar ibn Al-KHaTTab (592-644 C.E.). He did it in an attempt to rationalize the various, at times conflicting, dating systems used during his time. `Umar consulted with his advisors on the starting date of the new Muslim chronology. It was finally agreed that the most appropriate reference point for the Islamic Calendar was the _Hijrah_. The actual starting date for the Calendar was chosen (on the basis of purely lunar years, counting backwards) to be the first day of the first month (1 MuHarram) of the year of the Hijrah. The Islamic (Hijri) calendar (with dates that fall within the Muslim Era) is usually abbreviated A.H. in Western languages from the latinized _Anno Hegirae_. MuHarram 1, 1 A.H. corresponds to July 16, 622 C.E. The Hijrah, which chronicles the migration of the Proph ...
Thanks Sir!! Over the years, I've just to celebrate the lunar birthday, never celebrate the gregorian calendar birthday. but the lunar birthday is over this year and I forgot the date...
Let the Silly record reflect that Graham learned to say the word "shoe" today. Julian just loves, loves, loves his stuffed animals. His tiger, Tigger, Dumbo, yellow cat, dinosaur, giraffe... Walking the dogs tonight, I observed that we're probably the only ones without a Christmas tree in the window. It looks like people put their trees up last weekend. Not us. Here's why... We don't have an artificial. I like buying a new tree every year. There's something fun and romantic about buying a live tree. I also like not having to find a place to store an artificial year round. Its necessary for us to put up the tree a little bit later, because it needs to pull a Christmas double-duty. Being Catholic, and on the Julian Calendar, I celebrate Christmas on December 25th. Slobodanka is Orthodox. In being so, her holidays are on the Gregorian calendar. She recognizes January 7th as Christmas Day. So we'd like the tree to last to her holiday date. So we have to wait a little. We'll probably put it up t ...
China adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1911, so Chinese New Year was renamed the Spring Festival.
Please, please, don't make dua at the turn of the Gregorian calendar, expect
Today is my father's Yahrzeit (the Jewish anniversary of his death, on the Gregorian calendar he died Christmas day). Daddy you are missed everyday. Thank you for your love, support and crazy sense of humour, I am and will forever be very proud to be Daddy's little girl. I love you.
did you know the Gregorian and the Jewish calendar conjunct every 19 years?
Bali's day of silence Every religion or culture all over the world has their own way to define and celebrate their New Year. For example, the Chinese have the Imlek year and to celebrate it, have, as they called it in their own language, "Gong Xi Fat Choy". The Moslem societies have their Muharam year, and any of the people over the world using the Gregorian calendar, celebrate the New Year on January 1st. The same thing also occurs in Bali, however the Balinese use many different calendar systems. They have adopted the Gregorian calendar for business and government purposes. But for the endless procession of holy days, temple anniversaries, celebrations, sacred dances, building houses, wedding ceremonies, death and cremation processes and other activities that define Balinese life, they have two calendar systems. The first is the Pawukon (from the word Wuku which means week) and Sasih (which is means month). Wuku consists of 30 items starting from Sinta, the first Wuku and end up with the Watugunung the ...
Marta Heilbrun, Amy Hamel, Catarina Sacristan, and Brooke Foody O'Neill. We all have an interesting day coming up, due to the vagaries of the Gregorian calendar our Western governments choose to recognize, as well as the Earth's solar cycles since our respective inceptions. I recommend going to Skully's Music Diner in Columbus Ohio on Thursday night (so that we might stay until midnight for celebratory purposes), or to any similar venue in your current geographic locations. Have a fine day on Friday.
What Year Was Yeshua the Messiah Nailed to the Tree? When was Yeshua the Messiah nailed to the tree outside Jerusalem? What was the YEAR of the crucifixion of the Messiah? Was it 33 A.D. as Catholics claim? Was it 31 A.D.? Or was it in 30 A.D.? What is the truth? And what difference does it make? Here is vital information and historical proof that Yeshua the Nazarene was indeed the promised Messiah! Yeshua's ministry began in 28 A.D., about the time of the Passover. Therefore, to know what year he died, it would help if we could determine the length of his ministry. How long did he preach, before he was killed? This, too, is a matter of great controversy! Some say three and one half years; others claim he preached one year, and others, like Ernest Martin, say his ministry lasted only two years. But what is the truth? Yeshua's ministry began soon after his baptism, by John the Baptist, when the holy spirit came upon him in a special way. We read in Luke, chapter 3: "Now when all the people were baptized, i ...
Just a quick post, to wish all of you a merry politically-correct non-denominational 'Winterfest'-type holiday, and a happy new Gregorian calendar reset.
"We're all about disrupting your antiquated Gregorian calendar system..."
no. Everyone always goes there. The Gregorian calendar is a construct of man! Time has no end points. We think too limited.
Did you explain you were referring to the Gregorian calendar, and not the Chinese calendar? Condescending ***
The Pack-Kerr story so hot that there were two exclusives Gregorian calendar lists Sunday before Monday
December 25 is the 359th day of the year (360th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are six days remain..
according to your new fandangled Gregorian calendar maybe.
How is it already December?! Like, I'm familiar with how time works (entropy) and the Gregorian Calendar and all -- but how did that happen?
It has just come to my attention that its the first day of the last month in the Gregorian calendar year.
Winter Solstice is a boring, calming story. I recommend it for kids whose adrenalin just spiked like The flip Of a gregorian calendar page.
To a programmer's point of view, like what's the difference between Gregorian and Julian Calendar system? Enlighten me pls.
Greece did not follow the Gregorian calendar until 1923, and was the last European country to do so.
Meeting on the 3rd of December, the 337th day of the year, which means absolutely nothing if you don't follow the Gregorian calendar.
Round number lists, like Gregorian-based calendar years, are bourgeois constructs antithetical to art & change
December 2 is the 336th day of the year. (337th in leap years) in the Gregorian. calendar .
best month outside the Gregorian Calendar?
December = Greatest month of the Gregorian calendar
Since the introduction of the gregorian calendar.
Did the year AD 2013 on the Gregorian Calendar even exist?
Oh my how time flies! It's already December & we are embarking on a New Year! .according to the Gregorian calendar
I think my brain works on the academic calendar rather than the Gregorian. Makes more sense that way anyway.
No month on the Gregorian calendar can be "good to you" because months are only units of time and they don't work like that.
Year 2020: that will be quite a milestone as far as the Gregorian calendar is concerned.
Lets Learn our Islamic Calendar. Today in the Gregorian Calendar is Sunday 1st December 2013. Islamic Calendar is...
Trivia: For the catholics, the Advent Season is the start of the new Liturgical Calendar. It's like January 1 for Gregorian calendar.
What is it about December 1st and peoples widespread disbelief at the Gregorian calendar.
myungeun ~!!. Myungsoo’s birthdate in Gregorian calendar when converted 2 its Lunar calendar date becomes Naeun's bday htt…
The last month of the Gregorian calendar year is here :D Happy new month!!!
period of celebrations,starting on New Year day.korea also celebrate solar New Year day on January 1 each year,following Gregorian Calendar.
Christmas fact of the day:. In the 16th century, Pope Gregory revised the Julian Calendar into the Gregorian...
February 17, 1991 is the 48th day of the year 1991 in the Gregorian calendar... and birthday... :)
A new day has arrived in America (Time zone - 3 hours). Gregorian calendar: Sunday, December 1, 2013 - Week 48, Day 335
Following Thai Solar calendar, in accord Buddhist Era, it is 543 yrs greater than the Gregorian calendar, hence today, it is Dec. 1, 2556.
December is the twelfth and final month of the Gregorian calendar and the first month of winter.
Quiztime Quiz 1. Who, on film, were Chris, Lee, Vin, Chico, Harry, Britt and O'Reilly? The Magnificent Seven 2. What was Hamlet's fathers name? Hamlet 3. Which is the largest British wild bird? Mute Swan 4. Which London road shares its name with the first ever King Size Cigarette? Pall Mall 5. In which country did Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid end their bank robbing days, being hopelessly outnumbered by government troops? Bolivia 6. What do Flamenco Dancers hold in their hands? Castanets 7. In which range of hills in Gloucestershire will you find the source of the River Thames? Cotswolds 8. Which German city has more bridges than Amsterdam and Venice combined? Hamburg 9. Which Irish city has a Gaelic name meaning 'the town of the ford of the hurdles'? Dublin 10. In 1876, Wyatt Earp became an Assistant Marshall in which lawless frontier town? Dodge city 11. In religion, in which month of the Gregorian Calendar is Christmas Day celebrated annually? December! 12. In which Olympic throwing event are the ...
Apparently for "this year" means 12 months from when he speaks, not the common Gregorian calendar we use. Sorry, hv 2 b frank.
But on a gregorian calendar the moon will be full on any given day...that's because the gregorian is a lunar-solar calendar mix..
Today in 1582, Gregorian calendar was introduced.
do u know that PAUL in the holy bible warned d xtians not to celebrate easter see GALATIA 5 vs 9 do u know that JESUS CHRIST TOLD d XTIANS not to celebrate christmass & easter see 1st KORITIN 11 VS 24 - 26 do u know that MARCH 25 was initially been celebrated as d begining of New Year ds lasted 1500 yrs POPE GREGORY LATER changed it to 1st JAN & turn march 22 - April 25 as easter celebration...dt is why ds calendar is known as GREGORIAN CALENDAR...u disagree
1582 Switch over to the Gregorian calendar and cut 10 days from the calendar.
Track Undecimber so it was that Agony Aunts' debut album "Greater Miranda" was handed down to mankind on the auspicious date of 10/10/10 (which works in the UK and Europe as well as North America). Yea, did Kaiser Buttonwillow, nee Number One Duane proclaim, ambitiously: "Our next album shall be released on 11/11/11, and the next one after that on 12/12/12. But what of our 4th album?" And Gil Sans-Heron, nee Mike Hate didth answer jackassedly "Let us do our 4th album now, before albums 2 and 3." A time machine was sought after, to no avail. Verily, Kaiser Buttonwillow diddeth Google "13th month" and an album title, "Undecimber" was born. Album title "Undecimber" begat song "Undecimber" and hence, album title was looked upon with scorn and cast aside, leaving song "Undecimber" as only remnant of overly ambitious plan which was not to bear fertile fruit. From Wikipedia: The word Undecimber is based on the Latin word undecim meaning "eleven". This is intended by analogy with December, which, though now the t ...
if you are attempting to be at one with the universe let me give you a hint.THE UNIVERSE DOES NOT USE THE GREGORIAN CALENDAR.I SUGGEST YOU DO THE SAME.TIME TO GET OUT OF THE BOX.MANY OF YOU DONT KNOW HOW...MATRIX MINDED...
The Code of the Roman Order The Roman numerals I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, L, C, D, M, and M and the Latin and/or Spanish languages comprised some of the Christian codes of which was born out of the Asiatic Universities in Span. Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Columbia, and Venezuela, comprised the springboard for the European Nations to have many different races and castes systems to populate the Americas, and to try and kill the original inhabitants of the Western hemisphere. In 45 BCE, New Year's Day is celebrated on January 1 for the first time in history as the Julian Calendar takes effect. Soon after becoming Roman authoritarian, Julius Caesar decided that the traditional Roman calendar was in dire need of reform. Introduced around the seventh century BCE, the Roman calendar attempted to follow the lunar cycle but frequently fell out of phase with the seasons. In addition, the Roman body charged with overseeing the calendar often abused its authority by adding days to extend political terms or ...
Pope Gregory XIII implements the use of the Gregorian calendar instead of the Julian Calendar.
October 4/5, 1914 - Exactly 99 years ago today, Brother Charles T. Russell walked into the Bethel dining hall and after getting everyone's attention, announced "the Gentile Times Have Ended! The Kings Have Had Their Day" What did he mean by that? And what do the events of that date (October 4/5, 1914) have to do with our time? Well, that's one the main reasons we, Jehovah's Witnesses, go out and talk to people. Most people don't know or care to know the truth about God's Kingdom. For example, most don't know it's a real government, functioning and operating right now (no govt shut-downs here!). And if you were to ask, say, a small group of people what the Lord's Prayer is, a few might be able to rattle off a sentence or two: "Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name (Jehovah), Let thy Kingdom Come, Thy will be done on earth as in heaven.") Did he say Kingdom? What Kingdom? And who today is best qualified to teach them about this Kingdom and all the blessings it will provide? Well, the best way ...
October 4, 1582 - The Gregorian Calendar took effect in Catholic countries as Pope Gregory XIII issued a decree stating the day following Thursday, October 4, 1582, would be Friday, October 15, 1582, correcting a 10-day error accumulated by the Julian Calendar. Britain and the American colonies adopted the Gregorian Calendar in 1752.
coast to coast am: October 4, 2013 Coast Insider Audio Search for Exoplanets: On Thursday's show, science writer Lee Billings chronicled the race to discover the first habitable planet beyond our solar system, and the research of the men and women who are seeking out life among the stars. So far, scientists have confirmed around 1,000 exoplanets, and based on the sheer number yet to be discovered, it's a mathematical certainty that extraterrestrial life does exist, he said. Theoretical physicist Freeman Dyson suggested that an advanced civilization which needs a lot of energy might do something like disassemble a gas giant planet and build a swarm of light gatherers and reflectors (Dyson sphere) around their star. And what you'd see from far away is the star dimming and its emissions shifting to infrared, Billings explained, adding that this could be one direction that a technological civilization like ours could look like in the future. Scientists have yet to find evidence of a Dyson sphere, but they hav ...
Has the Calendar been Changed? - How can we be absolutely sure our seventh day is still the Sabbath? Could the calendar have been changed? Is the seventh day of the week the same as in the time of Christ and Moses? This is very important. The seven day week, as well as the Bible Sabbath, had a common origin in history. Both originated at the Creation of our world. Scientists, historians, and astronomers affirm that the seven day weekly cycle has continued uninterrupted on down to our own day. Languages Both ancient and modern languages support the regular, weekly cycle. And, in at least 108 of them, the name for the seventh day of the week is not Saturday, or Saturn Day, but Sabbath! Let me give just a few examples: Ancient Syriac: shabatho, Babylonian: sabatu, Arabic: assabt, Etheopic: sanbat, Armenian: shapat, Polynesian: hari sabtu, Swahili: assabt, Latin: Sabbatum, Italian: Sabbato, Spanish: Sabado, Russian: Subbota, Polish: Sobota, Assyrian: Sabata, Tigre: Sanbat, Kurdish: Shamba, Georgian: Shabati, ...
Thank the rotation of the earth and the Gregorian calendar it's Friday!
It's 1582. Today is 4 October and in some areas the start of the Gregorian calendar means tomorrow is 15 October. Talk about time flying...
Halloween is a traditional celebration held on October 31st. Today, Halloween is an excuse for Halloween theme costume parties, and entertainment with horror films, haunted houses and other activities around the popular themes of ghosts, witches, Dracula, werewolves and the supernatural. Children love to dress up in halloween costumes and go from door-to-door in their neighborhood following the old tradition of trick-or-treating, collecting sweets and gifts, sometimes money. Halloween began as an ancient Celtic festival in Great Britain and Ireland, and has survived most strongly among Irish, Scottish and Welsh communities. Immigrants from these communities carried the tradition to North America where it has gained in popularity. In turn, as part of American pop culture, Halloween has spread in popularity to most corners of the English speaking western world, and increasingly into Western Europe in recent times. Originally Halloween was a pagan festival, around the idea of linking the living with the dead ...
you dont use the Gregorian calendar? smh its Halloween month!
Hanukkah will be on Thanksgiving this year Hanukkah will be on Thanksgiving this year, for the first time ever, and never again! We will be celebrating the first night of Chanukah on Thanksgiving, so expect turkey and latkes on the table. This is the only time it will ever happen, read below to see the explanation!!! Thanksgiving is set as the fourth Thursday in November, meaning the latest it can be is 11/28. 11/28 is also the earliest Hanukkah can be. The Jewish calendar repeats on a 19 year cycle, and Thanksgiving repeats on a 7 year cycle. You would therefore expect them to coincide roughly every 19x7 = 133 years. Looking back, this is approximately correct, the last time it would have happened is 1861. However, Thanksgiving was only formally established by President Lincoln in 1863. So, it has never happened before. Why won't it ever happen again? The reason is because the Jewish calendar is very slowly getting out of sync with the solar calendar, at a rate of 4 days per 1000 years! This means that w ...
How did the months of Gregorian Calendar get their names? January : Janus (Roman god of gates, doorways, beginnings and endings). February : Februus (Etruscan god of death) Februarius (mensis) (Latin for "month of purification (rituals)" it is said to be a Sabine word, the last month of ancient pre-450 BC Roman calendar). It is related to fever. March : Mars (Roman god of war)
REMEMBERING ADEBOWALE: Going by the Gregorian Calendar, It is exactly 15 years today, that, a Renowned Comparative Religious Preacher, a Scholar of the Christian Bible, Ustadh Abdul-Lateef Adebowale left this world. May Allah, in His Choicest Blessing, grant Him Al-Jannah Fridaous. Aamiyn. "In shaa Allah, we shall meet in Paradise..." Aamiyn Aamiyn, -Yusuf Olatunde Adepoju for ACADIP NIGERIA.
The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) celebrated the very first Eid Day with his family, friends and relative in 624CE after the Jang-e-Badar. Jang-e-Badar was the war between Mecca and Medina and it took place in the month of Ramadan as well. Some people say that this religious festival is not connected to any sort of historical war. They think its a unique festival comes after the 30 or 29 days of Ramadan which is confirmed by sighting the Crescent Moon. Ramadan is a holly month of fasting of Muslims. Muslims say no to food, drink and all others bad activities from sun rise to sun set and devote themselves prayers to Allah and learn the self control. Muslims believe that its Allah’s own month he close the doors of *** and open the doors of heaven for Muslims. Muslims celebrate Eid Day in the same way throughout the world. They get up early morning and dressed nicely. Then they go to mosques and offered special Eid prayer. All attendants after prayer greet Eid Mubarak and embrace to each other with hug in the s ...
400 years ago Pope Gregory instituted the modern Gregorian Calendar. Taking nature's 13 month calendar that has 28 days with 4 weeks, which has 7 days in each week, adding up to 364 days in a year. The Pope Reduced 13 months down to 12. Confusing us on the proper sabbath days. Most religions teach that God wants us to honor the sabbath. Cultures go to war fighting over whether the sabbath is Sunday or Saturday, Friday or Thursday. Bibles of all religions teach that the sabbath are the moon phases! Every 7 days we have a new moon, half moon, full moon, half moon and then start the next month. The Gregorian Calendar does not recognize the correct sabbath days. So guess what world, none of us are resting on the sabbath! All these wars between religions all fighting in ignorance. We are truly children.
Dear God,. Please remove November from the Gregorian calendar. I'd greatly appreciate it.
The Gregorian Calendar was implemented today in 1582.
The Starting Date of Kali-Yuga Imagine the following scene: It is midnight on the meridian of Ujjain in India of February 18, 3102 B.C The seven planets, including the Sun the Moon, cannot been seen since they are all lined up in one direction on the other side of the earth. Directly overhead the dark planet Rāhu hovers invisibly in the blackness of night. According to the jyotisa sāstras, this alignment of the planets actually occurred on this date which marks the beginning of Kali-Yuga, and it is assumed that the positions of the seven planets in their two cycles are all aligned with the star Zeta Piscium at day zero. This star, which is known as Revatī in Sanskrit, is used as the zero point for measuring celestial longitudes in the jyotisa sāstras. The position of Rāhu at day zero is also assumed to be 180 degrees from this star. Nearly identical assumptions are made in other astronomical siddhāntas. (In some systems, such as that of Āryabhata, it is assumed that Kali-Yuga bagan at sunrise ra .. ...
on this day in 1582 pope Gregory VIII implimented the Gregorian calendar. So your bday is like... the bday of our bdays!
This Day in History: 1582 – Because of the implementation of the Gregorian calendar this day does not exist in this year in Italy, Poland, Portugal and Spain.
It's National Taco Day so eat as many as you want. You can have a soft one, a crisp one, or a hairy one. In Sweden it's also Kanelbullens Tag which is a food day, too. Have your favorite kind of kanelbulle for breakfast. It's ok to sneak out of work early to play a round for World Golf Day. You can combine that with Improve Your Office Day. I'm sure mine is better when I'm not there! Ten-Four Day was started back in the heyday of the Citizen's Band radio craze. For you youngsters, CB is what we had before cell phones and it was popular with truckers, RVers, and country music songwriters. On the religious front today is the official Blessing of the Pets Day so take your goldfish to church. On this day in history in 1535 the first complete English language Bible was printed, in 1582 implementation of the Gregorian calendar began, in 1648 the first volunteer fire brigade was organized, in 1765 the pocket watch was patented, in 1880 UCLA was founded, in 1881 the player piano was patented, in 1883 the first ru ...
Day 277 of the Gregorian calendar, as of today there is 88 days until the end of the year. It is also 27 days away from Halloween,
Thank the gregorian calendar it's friday.
The Gregorian Calendar, also known as the “Western Calendar” or “Christian Calendar”, is the most widely accepted calendar around the world today. Its predecessor, the Julian Calendar (*), was replaced because it did not correctly reflect the tropical year or solar year marked by Earth's revolution…
Great Historical events that happened on October 4th. 1209 - Otto IV is crowned Holy Roman Emperor. 1582 - Last day of the Julian Calendar in the Papal States, Spain and Portugal. Pope Gregory's Gregorian calendar took effect the next day, which became October 15 to allow for the 10-day error which the Julian system had accumulated. 1895 - First US Open golf tournament is held, at the Newport Country Club in Rhode Island and is won by English professional Horace Rawlins with 173 for 36 holes. 1931 - American comic strip *** Tracy, created by Chester Gould, makes its debut. 1952 - First pacemaker to control the body's heartbeat, developed by Dr Paul Zoll of Harvard University, is fitted externally to David Schwartz. 1957 - The Soviet Union puts the first spacecraft, Sputnik, into orbit around earth, heralding the start of the space age; television series Leave It to Beaver premieres in the US. 1977 - India's former prime minister Indira Gandhi is released from police custody less than 24 hours after her a ...
Do you know what today is? Friday, October 4, 2014 National Taco Day October 4th is National Taco Day. Rutherford B. Hayes' Birthday Rutherford B. Hayes (October 4, 1822 – January 17, 1893) was the 19th President of the United States. The election was close and had to be decided in Congress, causing Hayes to make so many promises he lost most of his power before he took office. While he was in office, he ended the Reconstruction Period, he proposed Civil Service Reform and restricted Chinese immigration. He was the first president to use a telephone in the White House; his phone number was “1”. Eliza Johnson Birthday - 200th Anniversary Eliza McCardle Johnson was born October 4, 1810 in Leesburg, Tennessee. She was only 16 years old when she married Andrew Johnson. She taught him arithmetic and writing. She often let her oldest daughter perform the duties of White House hostess. Eliza died on January 15, 1876. 1582 - Gregorian Calendar Adjustment Anniversary The Gregorian Calendar was introduced by ...
Things that happened October 4: 1582 - The Gregorian Calendar was instituted to correct flaws in the older Julian Calendar. The Julian Calendar is like a slow clock that looses time, and to make corrections October 4th was followed immediately by October 15th the year the new calendar started. 1777 - Both the British and Continental forces suffer heavy casualties before the Continental Army withdraws from the Battle of Germantown near Philadelphia. 1927 - Gutzon Borglum began sculpting Mount Rushmore. It took Borglum 12 years to finish the work. The faces were completed in historical order, and Jefferson had to be redone after the first attempt developed severe cracks and had to be dynamited off the mountain. 1957 - Sputnik launched.
SPOTLIGHT October 4 Sputnik Answer of the Day Which country was the first into outer space? The USSR launched its appropriately-named Sputnik — meaning "fellow traveler" — fifty-two years ago today. The world's first artificial satellite was unmanned, weighed 183 lbs. (83 kg.) and circled the globe every 96 minutes. Sputnik only reentered the earth's atmosphere in early 1958, burning up on the descent. The US lost the next round of the space race when Russia succeeded in putting the first human into space: Yuri Gagarin spent about 90 minutes aloft on April 12, 1961. On May 5, 1961, the US launched Freedom 7 with Alan Shepard aboard. Today also marks the start of UN-sponsored World Space Week, celebrated October 4-10. It commemorates the launch of the Sputnik on October 4, 1957 and the adoption of the Outer Space Treaty, on October 10, 1967. Quote "It's human nature to stretch, to go, to see, to understand. Exploration is not a choice, really; it's an imperative." — Michael Collins, Apollo 11's comma ...
thank the Gregorian calendar, it's Friday!
Oct 4, 1582 was the last day of the Julian Calendar and start of the Gregorian calendar as decreed by Pope Gregory XIII.
We celebrate birthdays by using the Gregorian calendar system. Do you know your birth date according the Hijri/Hijrah calendar?
4 October 1582: Pope Gregory XIII impleents the Gregorian Calendar to replace Julian Calendar. 4 October is followed by 15 October.
1582: Our modern Gregorian Calendar was implemented: Oct 4 was followed by Oct 15th.
Feng shui? China didn't even adopt the Gregorian calendar till 1912, much less 823 years ago. And... just looking at a calendar shows that October 2013 only has 4 Mondays. Don't know what I am talking about? That makes you the lucky one.
On this day in 1582 the Gregorian calendar went live. Let's skip the next 11 days in celebration.
On gregorian calendar we have 88days left for the year to end so use Days Positivelyis the Message
Navaratri Greetings to all my frinds Navratri Katha The festival of Navratra is celebrated twice in India. Once in the Hindi month of Chaitra which is the month of March-April according to the Gregorian calendar and again in the month of Ashwin i.e. September-October according to the English calendar. It is a nine days long festival in which the Goddess Durga is worshipped in nine different forms. People all over the country celebrate this festival with immense joy and enthusiasm. Devotees of Maa Durga observe a rigorous fast of nine days during this period. This festival in Hindu religion is considered to be an eternally enlightening festival. Like most of the Hindu festivals this worship also involves reading or hearing Katha or stories related to the festival. Explore an interesting story about Navratri here, in this article. Navaratri Story The story associated with Navratri can be found in various Hindu religious texts like Markandeya Purana, Vamana Purana, Varaha Purana, Shiva Purana, Skanda Purana, ...
Today in 1582 the Gregorian Calendar replace the Julian Calendar in Italy, Poland, Portugal & Spain, the last to change was Greece in 1923.
431 years ago today the Gregorian calendar was adopted in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Poland. The day following Oct.4th was Oct. 15th.
Durga Puja also known as Durgotsab is an annual Hindu festival which celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess of power, Durga or Shakti. It is a nine days affair in which last six days are observed with complex rituals and intricate ceremonies as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Nabami and Bijoya Dashami. The dates of Durga Puja celebrations are decided according to traditional Hindu calendar and generally fall between the months of September to November according to the Gregorian calendar. It is extensively celebrated in the Northern and Eastern states of India- West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa and Tripura. Apart from these places states like Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Punjab, Kashmir, Karnataka and Kerala also enthusiastically participate in the festival. Durga Pooja has always been an integral part of the Hindu culture. However, the origin of public celebrations of grand Durga Puja can be traced back to the 16th century. With the ascent of the Mughals, Durga Puja became more o ...
multiple Gregorian Calendar deities say “you’re welcome”. The Mayan God of Rabbit Thunder, however, is most displeased
INTERESTING... On November 28, 2013 we celebrate Thanksgiving and it is also the first day of Chanukah. Because the Gregorian calendar and the Jewish calendar differ these two holidays will not coincide for another 70,000 years.
February 11, 197? is the 42nd day of the year 197? in the Gregorian calendar. The day of the week is Tuesday.
GAME 5.For a a free ticket into the bookin party ... "October, the tenth month of the current Gregorian calendar and the second month of Autumn’s rule, derives its name from octo, the Latin word meaning “eight,” as October was the eighth month of what old calendar?
Did you read "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley written in 1931? "The novel opens in London in 632 (AD 2540 in the Gregorian Calendar). The vast majority of the population is unified under the World State, an eternally peaceful, stable global society in which goods and resources are plentiful (because the population is permanently limited to no more than two billion people) and everyone is happy. Natural reproduction has been done away with and children are created, "decanted", and raised in "hatcheries and conditioning centres", where they are divided into five castes (which are further split into "Plus" and "Minus" members) and designed to fulfill predetermined positions within the social and economic strata of the World State. Fetuses chosen to become members of the highest castes, "Alpha" and "Beta", are allowed to develop naturally while maturing to term in "decanting bottles", while fetuses chosen to become members of the lower castes ("Gamma", "Delta", "Epsilon") are subjected to in situ chemical . ...
In 1908 the Russian team turned up 12 days late to the Olympics because they had yet to start using the Gregorian calendar.
Can the true seventh day be located? This is a fallacy that has comforted many in their disobedience of the fourth commandment. It just is not true. Here are four positive proofs which identify the true Sabbath today: 1. According to the Scriptures, Christ died on Friday and rose on Sunday, the first day of the week. Practically all churches acknowledge this fact by observing Easter Sunday and Good Friday. Here is the Bible evidence: "This man went unto Pilate, and begged the body of Jesus. And he took it down, and wrapped it in linen, and laid it in a sepulchre that was hewn in stone, wherein never man before was laid. And that day was the preparation, and the sabbath drew on." Luke 23:52-54. Here is proof that Jesus died the day before the Sabbath. It was called "the preparation day" because it was the time to get ready for the Sabbath. Let us read the next verses: "And the women also, which came with him from Galilee, followed after, and beheld the sepulchre, and how his body was laid. And they returne ...
Friday of the Roman Gregorian calendar will be the 15th day of the seventh month and the beginning of feast of booths/Tabernacle. This Yahuah's calendar
October 4 . 1582: Gregorian Calendar is implemented. Oct 4, 1582 is followed directly by Oct 15, 1582 in many countries.
Discovering the Tropics and re-discovering the Temperates: Neither English-English Dictionary nor encyclopedias of Britannica or American know the Ethiopian calendar months. As a result all bilingual English Amharic Dictionaries unnaturally and unscientifically define Ethiopian calendar months by an alphabetical arrangement of Gregorian calendar months. This means that April is Miyazia, August is Nehase … and September is Meskeram. Thus, these definitions seem to consider Gregorian calendar months and Ethiopian calendar months are identical and the same. However, when we mathematically analysis these definitions, we found that 12 months of 30 days of Ethiopian calendar (360 days) is less than 12 Gregorian calendar months (365 or 366 days in common and leap year respectively):- 7 months of 31, 4 months of 30 and one month of 28 or 29 days. Accordingly, Ethiopian calendar months are less than Gregorian calendar months by 5 and 6 days. But in reality and in accordance with current Ethiopian calendar, these ...
- states (Spain, Portugal, and the Poland). Tomorrow, Friday would be 15 Oct 1582, the beginning of the Gregorian calendar, -
Thanksgiving is coming so what do we think of? Latkes: applesauce, sour cream or both? That's right! The first day of Hanukkah coincides with Thanksgiving, on 11/28/2013. It turns out that it has never happened before...and it will never happen again - in our life times anyway. The Jewish calendar is never modified in any way, then it will slowly move forward through the Gregorian calendar, until it loops all the way back to where it is now. So, Hanukkah will again fall on Thursday, 11/28...in the year 79,811. Can't wait!!
Just because you 48, it don't make you Smarter than a 12year old__Its all mind___Age is just determined by the gregorian calendar.
On This Day. October 4: International Holiday In Space Day, National Day of No National Holidays (Botswana), International Zombie appreciation day. 9000 BC - Crisis on Negative Earth 3! 21 - Jesus got his first mortgage. 1582- Gregorian Calendar is implemented, skipping straight from October 4 to October 15. This new calendar replaced the Julian Calendar, and was the final straw in a massive flame war between Julius Caesar and Pope Gregory the Great. 1957 - Freak traffic accident results in the launching of a motor home into space. Intergalactic cops quickly come by to ask them to keep the party noises down. 1980 - The 80s are back! 1989 - The 70s are back! \m/ - Also, Drugs-Are-Legal Day!!! 2004 - The First Post-It Is posted in the Post it note war. 2005 - Steve Ballmer claims yet another victim. 2006 - Mother Nature sinks Louisiana, New York, most of Florida and some of North Calorina 2006 - Iraq becomes New Louisiana. Nike Revolution of 2006 ends. 2010 - Astronauts celebrate Fourth of July with salvo o ...
The Coast Miwok, arriving in these littoral valleys and wetlands between five and ten thousand years ago, among their other natural sciences, devised a seasonal timekeeping method that far surpassed the European invader's flawed Gregorian calendar. The true arrival of Autumn was not determined by the mathematical Equinox, rather, the change of season was denoted when their broad, callused feet detected a chill on the kitchen tile floor when making tea each morning.
2/2 July n August were named after Julius and August Caesar in Gregorian Calendar so the 12th Month Dec became 10th sky.
Our RAINBOW Nation world Calendar of the 7 Ethnics of the world says this YEAR is 1999, our CALENDAR is 7 years behind Julian Calendar used by Ethiopians which says the Year is 2006 in Ethiopia. Ethiopia Julian Calendar is 7 years behind Gregorian Calendar of Vatican GREGORY POPE I which says the Year is 2013. No-One is sure of years and No-One can be sure of Years because counting by Numbers was discovered/invented yesterday, it has found Life in progress/existence. 2013 is just suggested year, not exact year since from years of creation. Wakeup and Live
Erm, have you even read the history of how the gregorian calendar came about??
the gregorian calendar was adopted by Britain in 1582, and thats where we get our time from.
the year 2013, is allegedly 2013 years after JC died..October means 8 (Octo)..so nope it isn't the date; thats gregorian calendar
based on the gregorian calendar, which the US is currently using, it is Thursday, October 3rd of the year 2013.
During any given year though, there are 12-13 months, even on your gregorian calendar...as 52 divided by 4 = 13 cycles (months)..
What happens to the VNT if you use a different calendar than the usual Gregorian calendar ??
The Calendar Has the calendar been changed? Yes, but the weekly cycle has never been changed. The Julian Calendar was in use when Jesus was on earth. The calendar, which continued in use for 15 centuries was not accurate in length of its year, for it was a quarter hour too long. By 1582, it was 10 days off. Pope Gregory initiated a change in the calendar by going to the Gregorian Calendar, and to make up for the error in the Julian Calendar, 10 days were added to the calendar. In October, 1582, Thursday the 4th was followed by Friday the 15th in Italy and a few other countries. England and America changed its calendar in 1752 and Russia finally in 1914. Yet the weekly cycle was never affected. During the time that England, Russia, and Italy had different calendars, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday were always the same in each country. [As a side note, the beginning of the year began March 1st under the Julian Calendar, whereas he beginning of the year begins January 1st under the Gregorian calendar]. We do the ...
Poya[edit source] A Poya occurs every full moon. Uposatha is important to Buddhists all around the world, who have adopted the lunar calendar for their religious observances. Owing to the moon's fullness of size as well as its effulgence, the full moon day is treated as the most auspicious of the four lunar phases occurring once every lunar month (29.5 days) and thus marked by a holiday. Every full moon day is known as a Poya in the Sinhala language; this is when a practicing Sinhalese Buddhist visits a temple for worship. There are 12 or 13 Poyas per year. The term poya is derived from the Pali and Sanskrit work uposatha (from upa + vas "to fast"), primarily signifying "fast day". Generally shops and businesses are closed on Poya days, and the sale of alcohol and meat is forbidden. Note that the "day" of the full Moon is not the same as the Gregorian Calendar day. In some casesthe official date of a Poya public holiday in Sri Lanka is not on the Gregorian date of that full moon. For ...
November 14 is the 318th day of the year (319th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. Bet you didn't know that!!
I find it jokes that Ethiopia is 7 years behind the Gregorian calendar lol. Happy New Year though, enjoy 2006 lol
Well if was Tues yesterday and Monday before that. The Gregorian calendar... Oh wait... ;-)
According to the Western or Gregorian calendar, the Ethiopian New Year or Enkutatash is celebrated on September...
Ex PM signed the Oslo Agreements in on September 13, 1993//Gregorian calendar 20 years ago
Most people know that AD time in the Gregorian calendar started when so-called Jesus was born.
The Gregorian Calendar is a reform of the Julian Calendar and is the most widely used calendar in the world...
Happy New Year to my Ethiopian fans. Ithiopian calendar is 7 years and 8 months behind the Gregorian calendar.
We must end the tyranny of the Gregorian calendar!
Happy Ethiopian New Year Every body !. Ethiopia follows the Julian Calendar, instead of the Gregorian calendar.
Celebrating New Year with Gregorian Calendar timing calculations is illogical. Z day doesn't start
i prefer the Gregorian calendar. i count years as before and after the hit show Allen Gregory debuted.
yeah they use the Orthodox calendar not the Gregorian calendar as the rest of the world...
This album came out 06 by gregorian calendar, but it's all about what's going on with the earth, the sun and society NOW.
It's 2006 in today- a New Year. 2006 in the Gregorian calendar I was a college freshman!
The gregorian calendar is nothin but a robot.go over & over & over & over same things every year
For 70 biblical years (approximately 69 years on the Gregorian calendar), the Jewish people (
it is Tuesday, September 10, 2013 of the Gregorian Calendar
what's your DOB on the Gregorian Calendar?:)
Ethiopia is roughly 7 and a half. years behind the Gregorian. calendar
Ukrainian Catholics will not change to Gregorian calendar – Citing "very painful calendar wars in North America...
Ukrainian Catholics will not change to Gregorian calendar
Yes it occurs on September 11 in the Gregorian calendar, except for leap years, when it occurs on September 12.
September 10 is the 253rd day of the year (254th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar
Oh my gosh, it is officially a Tuesday, 2 more days until I am 23 (according to the gregorian calendar).
The Gregorian calendar has poems matching each month with its birthstone. This is the one for March! Share & like if you're Heliotrope!
Happy 4th anniversary, people who chose to forever tie themselves to an arbitrarily symmetrical date on the Gregorian calendar!
Currently reading: What are the difference between Ethiopian calendar and Gregorian calendar?
Back in Gregorian calendar month, Hennessey Performance declared that it had been making ready to up
Ah yes. Turkeys being avid users of the Gregorian calendar.
.Dates are arbitrary and co-opting the Gregorian calendar was for simple expedience, nothing more. Try harder.
.It's acknowledging the Gregorian calendar without acknowledging your Jesus. BWA-HA-HA!
You know who else gets to November early? COMMUNISTS! Mostly because Russia changed to the Gregorian Calendar mid-revolution.
Can someone just change the calendar so this Friday is not the 13th? Asking for a friend.
England and the American colonies adopted the Gregorian calendar on September 14th, 1752. 11 days disappeared.
Think it's explained by the Gregorian calendar! “Pretty nice day for a walk in DC today.
No. Gregorian calendar is defacto standard. China, India use it. It has taken over almost the entire world
Not to burst your bubble, but in the time of the Blessed Virgin, the Gregorian calendar wasn't used yet.
The Ethiopian calendar, which is seven years & about three months behind the Gregorian calendar, co-exists alongside the Oromo calendar.
3114 BC The first day of the current Mayan “long count” calendar (adjusted for the Gregorian Calendar)
Dear God, are you on Gregorian calendar? Canada Day 6 weeks ago. Few days before your chosen ones’ day, July 4.
Au·gust- (n) The eighth month of the Gregorian calendar. Also known as The Golden Month when all our Eagles come back home…
2012 (MMXII)was a leap year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar the 2012th year of the Common Era and Anno Domini part1
George Washington was born February 22, 1732, b4 the Virginia colonies switched from the Julian Calendar to the Gregorian calendar.
Protestants are Adventists, right? So are Hebrews Adventist too? What calendar preceded the Gregorian calendar you currently follow?
The security of a Gregorian calendar or any other precalculated yearly calendar is a highly overlooked aspect of being apart of the system.
when one see the real date & not the Gregorian calendar date. We get more back in tune with Universal harmonics & time
and you might want to look up when the Gregorian calendar was created vs when it was adopted
and only for those who follow the Gregorian calendar, other calendars exist despite your ignorance of them
Gregorian Calendar . Is it tomorrow yet?. Check your calendar!
Well none of us have much time the Gregorian Calendar expired on the 1/1/2001 with not coming of christ in the year 2000
excuse for what? Am pointing out the fact Chinese use a different calendar , the whole world is not on Gregorian calendar.
Athiests you live on earth, where History is Before Christ & After Christ+ And Those not using Gregorian calendar?
Gregorian Calendar . Keeping the whole thing going. Sort of.
Date as the number of days since noon in Greenwich on November 24, 4714 B.C. according to the proleptic Gregorian calendar.
Hallo. Do your 'This Day In History' anniversaries take account of switch from Julian to Gregorian calendar & loss of 10+ days?
Does your fact of day take into account later switch from Julian to Gregorian calendar and loss of 10 days?
Ethiopian calender adds up to 13 today gregorian calendar adds up to 23. The 131313 love Unk.
but the zodiac in accordance with the Gregorian calendar is...incorrect.
JB: We currently use the Gregorian calendar. The calendar in use prior to that is the Julian and prior to that the Roman.
I always reflect on life at two points in the calendar: the date of my birth, and the end of each gregorian calendar. . evaluate. refine.
Sunday is a none existent day like the calendar that expired 1/1/2001 choose a new calendar
Time ran out for the gregorian calendar in the year 2000 with no coming of jesus choose a new calendar
.You've figured out the Julian/Gregorian calendar thing on your iPhone, right?
Ars Technica confused by Gregorian calendar: August vs April.
It makes more sense to answer how far along I am in weeks. Month counts? Real depend on who's counting. The Gregorian calendar is a lie!
Yes, we use the Gregorian calendar. Your point? .
Gregorian Calendar people have already celebrated on 2013/7/7, but officially by the Lunar Calendar it's 2013/08/13
It is Thursday, August 8th. Day 220 in the Gregorian calendar.
It's the 220th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar; only 145 days left this year. (This random fact courtesy of
why would Ramadan follow the Gregorian calendar. Silly people.
It is a "Fixed Date". Remember Hijri Calendar ? Problem is, by "date" we always understand Gregorian Calendar.
THAT post! £17.52 mainly on pate at Waitrose=1752...The year Great Britain accepted the Gregorian calendar. Surely a date you can't forget!
Islamic Calendar depends on the moon.. Its nt always certain just like the gregorian calendar..
The Gregorian calendar is used to know how long the Christians are being deceived by their belief .Carlos Mora
My friends so kindly pointed out that I am now a quarter of a century old by Gregorian calendar (a year older by lunar calendar). LOL. ^-^v
Companion to the Cosmos by John Gribbin only lists the Gregorian Calendar and Julian Date [JD], no mention of the Ethiopian calendar
Curtis Axel is about as useful as the Gregorian calendar.
I say that, but I write the date in binary because the Gregorian calendar is too mainstream
Islamic calculatn of yr is basd on 12-mth Lunar calendar, wit just a difft of abt 12 days less to d gregorian calendar
Converting between Heisei and Gregorian calendar is not enamouring me about Japanese culture (tbs Russians were bad before 1918)
I'm supposed to be keeping Hugh up to date, but I'm about as much use as the Gregorian calendar.
EX: ...Alaska didn't move. onto the Gregorian calendar until we bought it from Russia in the late 1800s..
Saka 816 would translate to which year in the Gregorian calendar ?
The Gregorian calendar is uniform throughout the globe but the Islamic Calendar is subject to personal interpretations and weather patterns.
"So Catholic countries switched to the Gregorian calendar in 1582, by just picking a day and skipping..."
Photo: Dam Gregorian calendar messing wid my emotions!
Dam Gregorian calendar messing wid my emotions!
Why does everyone want every single week to be like this week's? You want it so, then go change the bloody Gregorian calendar.
*** its possible"So I heard by the year 2033, there will be 2 Ramadans in one Gregorian calendar year.."
The ideal apocalypse would start by throwing the Gregorian calendar off balance.
Church History: Decade by Decade 1570-1580 AD: 1570 Pope Pius V standardizes mass by promulgating the 1570 edition of the Roman Missal. This will remain unchanged for 400 years. 1570 Pope Pius V excommunicates Queen Elizabeth I 1570 The Peace of Saint Germain ends the Third War of Religion in France. Huguenots are given religious freedom. 1571 Austrian Nobility is granted religious freedom. 1572 The Fourth Duke of Norfolk, Thomas Howard is tried for treason in the Ridolfi plot to restore Catholicism. 1572 Pope Gregory XIII replaces Pope Pius V. He is the namesake for the Gregorian Calendar and sent many envoys to the far East. 1572 Sea Beggars hang nineteen Catholic priest. They are Calvinists rebelling against Spanish rule in the Netherlands. 1572 The St. Bartholomew Massacre. Thousands of Protestants are murdered in Paris starting the Fourth War of Religion in France. 1572 John Knox dies. 1573 The Warsaw Confederation brings religious freedom to Poland. 1574 The Fifth War of Religion be ...
I did not talk about the Western VE or the Gregorian Calendar or its calculations. If you want to bring a Western Calendar, your argument is on the right track. What I dealt with, was the calculations in Hindu Astronomy, based on Tropical Zero Point, the Sidereal Zero Point or the Luni Solar Zero Point ! This is the system in place in India, the Sidereal System. We have softwares also and we are not simply bothered whether Shani or Mangal are there in the Vedas, the Bible or the Quran ! We are not descendants of the cheats of Babylon,of the idolators and the polytheists ! We dont have time also to devote to such futile discussions. This clash has been going for from time immemorial, between Tropicalists and Siderealists ! I have called it Hindu Astrology Software and Consultancy, www.eastrovedica.com and if you want me to change that nomenclature to Kerala Astrology or any other Astrology, it will be fine with me ! I have called my Astro Meteorlogy site, www.astrologiavedica.com and my Vedic or Veddic ...
The Willie Lynch syndrome or SPELL/CURSE was from 1712 to 2012 right? 300 years but Go read Gregorian Calendar again. 2020 is 2012.
2013 Hindu Calendar offered by us will help you to make your schedule, remind you the day and intimate you that the time is flying away. Most of us have habit to work at the last moment and we need a push, otherwise nobody can make us move. Similarly, we are so struck in our moribund lives that most of the times we don’t get to know the date of some festivals. Hence, we left regretting the missed colors of that particular festival, but time of worries is over now. You just need to update yourself with this 2013 Hindu calendar, if you wish to celebrate all the colors of Hindu festivals. We at AstroSage.com, presenting you the 2013 Hindu Calendar, which gives you the knowledge on all important Hindu festivals and other auspicious occasions, as per the dates of Gregorian Calendar. Further, we assure you that these dates are 100% correct and are published after a depth research of our astrologers. We recommend you to keep yourself updated on our online magazine of articles based on Hindu festivals to know t ...
This Sunday is the Eastern Orthodox Christian Pascha (Easter) because we still use the old Gregorian Calendar. When we dye our Easter eggs, we use only a red color which represents the blood of our Lord Jesus Christ (No other colors needed). I wish everyone (both Orthodox and non Orthodox) a very Happy Pascha!
The Juche Calendar was introduced in 1997 and is based on Kim Il Sung's date of birth: 15 April 1912. This year is used as Juche 1 and the system works forward from there. There is no Juche 0. The Juche Calendar does maintain the Gregorian Calendar's traditional months and the number of days in a mo...
Countries that celebrate St George's Day include England, Canada, Croatia, Portugal, Cyprus, Greece, Georgia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Republic of Macedonia. Cities include Moscow in Russia, Genova in Italy, Ljubljana in Slovenia, Beirut in Lebanon, Qormi and Victoria in Malta and many others. It is also celebrated in the old Crown of Aragon in Spain—Aragon, Catalonia, Valencia, and Majorca. A woodcut print of St George St George's Day is known as the Feast of Saint George by Palestinians and is celebrated in the Monastery of Saint George in al-Khader, near Bethlehem. It is also known as Georgemas. Besides the 23 April feast, some Orthodox Churches have additional feasts dedicated to St George. The country of Georgia celebrates the feast St. George on 23 April and, more prominently, 10 November (Julian Calendar), which currently falls on 6 May and 23 November (Gregorian Calendar), respectively. The Russian Orthodox Church celebrates the dedication of the Church of St ...
Chuckies believe US on Julian Calendar when US is on Catholic's Gregorian Calendar. 33rd parallel in U.S. in AZ under Church of Scientology.
1, March: What Happened In History On Today's Date! 1565-The city of Rio de Janeiro is founded. 1593-The Uppsala Synod is summoned to confirm the exact forms of the Lutheran Church of Sweden. 1628-Writs issued in February by Charles I of England mandate that every county in England (not just seaport towns) pay ship tax by this date. 1633-Samuel de Champlain reclaims his role as commander of New France on behalf of Cardinal Richelieu. 1642-Georgeana, Massachusetts (now known as York, Maine), becomes the first incorporated city in the United States. 1692-Sarah Good, Sarah Osborne and Tituba are brought before local magistrates in Salem Village, Massachusetts, beginning what would become known as the Salem witch trials. 1700-Sweden introduces its own Swedish calendar, in an attempt to gradually merge into the Gregorian calendar, reverts to the Julian Calendar on this date in 1712, and introduces the Gregorian Calendar on this date in 1753. 1781-The Continental Congress adopts the Articles of Confederation. 1 ...
On this date, February 24: In 1582 Pope Gregory XIII introduces the Gregorian Calendar (the one we still use today, of course); Andrew Johnson is the first president to be impeached (1868); Space Shuttle Discovery launches on its final mission (2011). Birthdays: Baseball great Honus Wagner, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Steve Jobs, Nicky Hopkins.* *Session pianist who, in the 60s and 70s, played with just about everybody who was anybody back in the day, including The Beatles (as a band and with all four as solo artists), The Rolling Stones, The Who, Jeff Beck, Neil Young, Carly Simon, David Bowie, Cat Stevens, Jefferson Airplane, Rod Stewart, and the list goes on and on.
Email from Sam: Can you please tell me when was Jesus Born? Is it December 25? Or January 7 (Ethiopian calendar)? Please help me with any biblical verse and any history book? Our Response to the Email from Sam: Thank you for your email with a question whose answer is as follows: The True Date of the Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ that we, Ethiopians of the Holy Covenant in the Faith and Services of Ethiopia: The Kingdom of God, observe to date is, according to the Biblical Ethiopian Calendar, Meskerem 1 (September 11 Gregorian Calendar). Here are few of the basic premises to this Divine Truth: 1) As God, initially on this date, gave birth to His First Creation of a vulnerable human-being in His Own Image with a corrupt material Universe for him to enjoy, so also did He, as The Incarnate God, was born on this same date as The Second invincible Man of the final Spiritual Creation so that the former would live eternally in the Perfect Kingdom of God, the New Earth and Heavens. 2) The 5500 years span of the E ...
Our daily (B)read from Bar Del Corso, Sicily, Sciacca, Friday, February 15, 2013, 46th day of the Gregorian Calendar, the Friday after Ash Wednesday, the sun rises at 6.57 and sets at 17.45, the day lasts 10h and 48m. Opening the windows the sky is clear and shows a slight breeze smells clean, the rain of recent days have fertilized, clean, made it clear that the landscape is a marvel to the eye. The Pope has declared that there will remain close in prayer even if they remain hidden from the world. An absolute novelty gesture of the Pope, in a world where everyone never give up in spite of our inadequacy and often in spite of our incompetence, we dimettiamo that there never, in fact we are always candidates. In 1992, John Paul II proclaimed Saint Claude de la Colombiere, was a Jesuit and French writer, was the spiritual director of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque and popularized the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus Merry Nameday each Claudio and Claudia and Good Day to All Good Job.
My Dearest All today Friday 15-02-2013G corresponding to 05-04-1434H is my 43rd Birthday as per Hijri calendar because I was born on Sunday 30-05-1971 corresponding to 05-04-1391H. I am 41 years 7.5 months old as per Gregorian Calendar. Please feed me back with your congratulations, wishes and prayers for me. Thank you for being informed. Best Regards
Summary Critique of the Gregorian Calendar by José Argüelles . . !!! ... Calendar Reform and the…
To understand our culture we must look to the truth in History! From the dominance of Rome sprung forth our modern day rituals and some of our prognostic faith. Fully we should be aware of the influences of the dictates of Caesar's and the Pagan Church in Rome called the Catholic Church. Catholicism is a broad term for describing specific traditions in the Christian churches in theology and doctrine, liturgy, ethics and spirituality. However the doctrines of Catholicism are far from Godly, and are made to control the masses under a doctrine of devils, through the pagan deities they worship. False Doctrine holds not love for God, but hatred towards God, as they have taken the people from the worship of God, to the worship of the sun and pagan idols. They have changed the days of God through the Popes and the Gregorian Calendar which is filled with Pagan days. They have instituted their feasts of man, over the feast of our God. What are the feast of devils that they have mankind partaking of?? Here are ...
Burghead Visitor Centre shows the history of the area from about 400AD to the present time. Located on the shores of the Moray Firth in the north east Scotland and is open daily in summer.
Today in History: On Jan. 12, 1701, parts of the Netherlands adopted the Gregorian calendar. In 1809, British forces took Cayenne (French Guiana) from the French. In 1904, six months after incorporating the Ford Motor Co., Henry Ford drove a four-wheeled vehicle to a land speed record of 91.37 mph, in Michigan. In 1948, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against racism in education. In 1969, in what is considered the greatest upset ever, Joe Namath and the Jets beat the Baltimore Colts in the Super Bowl. In 1970, the Boeing 747 made its maiden flight. In 1991, the U.S. Congress gave the go-ahead for U.S. military action against Iraq in Operation Desert Storm. In 1998, European nations signed the ban on human cloning. And, in 2009, the film "Slumdog Millionaire" won four Golden Globe awards.
Alhamdulillah Zainab today finish her 1 year according to gregorian calendar but as per Hijri calendar she already pass through her 1 year on 31 december (18 SAFAR). As muslim we all follow our rituals according to Hijri calendar (Eid, Ramadan, Muharram, Rabiualawal, Hajj) so why not for our births. Allah bless all couple who dont have kids, Ameen
Emmanuel Mbola has been 19 years for how long now?
It's advertised as monthly but I don't think they use the Gregorian calendar.
Know about the cause of the annual Lohri observances in North India and how the occassion is celebrated in the villages of Punjab.
The "Moed" and The "Mark" The first time that mo'ed appears in the Scripture is in Genesis 1:14: "And Yahuah said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years." The word translated "seasons" is mo'ed. We take note, in the middle of Creation week, Sacred Scripture records that one of the purposes of the lights in the heavens was for determining mo'ed – when the appointed time for worship should be. This is confirmed in Psalm 104:19 – "He appointed the moon for seasons." In an attempt to subvert the MOED of the Most High, in key texts the words "seasons", "feast", and "congregation" were ALL used in place of the Hebrew word MOED which means APPOINTMENT(S), APPOINTED TIME(S) or Day(s). Please look it up, Strong's In Gen 1:14, the word "sign" is sufficient, but still not the best translation as it comes from the Hebrew word OWTH meaning "beacon" or "signal", more accurately it would read "a beacon ...
2020 (MMXX) will be a leap year starting on Wednesday in the Gregorian calendar. It is the 2020th year of Common Era (also called Anno Domini), the 20th of the 3rd millennium and the 21st century. It also will be the first year of the 2020s decade.
The purpose of this study was to *** the effect of “good, rational thoughts” (called “prayer”) on the fetus and the mother during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy. The good thoughts (prayer) are radiated, in the form of recording, from Swami Vijnananand, a person who was a selfless, benevolent, phi...
Main article: History of cricket Early cricket was at some time or another described as "a club striking a ball (like) the ancient games of club-ball, stool-ball, trap-ball, stob-ball". Cricket can definitely be traced back to Tudor times in early 16th-century England. Written evidence exists of a game known as creag being played by Prince Edward, the son of Edward I (Longshanks), at Newenden, Kent in 1301 and there has been speculation, but no evidence, that this was a form of cricket. A number of other words have been suggested as sources for the term "cricket". In the earliest definite reference to the sport in 1598, it is called creckett. Given the strong medieval trade connections between south-east England and the County of Flanders when the latter belonged to the Duchy of Burgundy, the name may have been derived from the Middle Dutch krick(-e), meaning a stick (crook); or the Old English cricc or cryce meaning a crutch or staff. In Old French, the word criquet seems to have mean ...
Well, based on calculations, my birthday falls on January 15th this year. Good old Gregorian calendar. It's beginning to show its age.
Quiz - August is the eight month of the Gregorian calendar. Do you know who it is named after ? Augustus Caesar, the first Roman emperor. It was renamed in 8 BC. The original name was Sextilus, which is the Latin for "sixth month", indicating its position in the early Roman calendar. - Derek O' Brien.
The Lohri Festival falls on January 13 ,Sunday and not on Saturday as declared by certain persons and ephemeris [Panchag] . It has confused the merry makers over the day and dates . To make it vividly clear, the festival of Lohri is celebrated just an evening before Makar Sankranti. And, the festival has a direct relation with Sun entering in Capricorn sign. Sun itself is a factor of fire and power. The Sun will enter the Capricorn (northern hemisphere) at 6.58am on Monday, therefore Sankranti starts on Monday, hence the auspicious and correct day for celebrating the Lohri festival will be Sunday and not Saturday as per astrology.Recently certain organizations had been preponing or postponing the dates of festivals as per their own convenience which is against the norms of religious traditions as well as inauspicious from astrological point of view. The period, beginning from 14 January lasting till 14 July, is known as Uttarayan. So while dates of all Hindu festivals keep changing as per the Gregorian ca ...
Indian Government declared January 12th as the National Youth Day in 1984. This day marks the birth day of great Indian philosopher, Swami Vivekananda whose teachings are the biggest philosophical asset of the country. The motto of declaring youth day on the birth date of this philosophical guru was motivating and inculcating these pious ideals to the coming generations. As per the quote from the Government of India’s Communication, “it was felt that the philosophy of Swami ji and the ideals for which he lived and worked could be a great source of inspiration for the Indian Youth.” Celebrations National Youth Day is observed with great devotion towards Swami Vivekananda at headquarters of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission as well as their branch centers. Members of the organizations observe birthday of Swami Vivekananda in different manner. Celebrations of Swami’s birthday, according to Hindu calendar follow typical Hindu manner of celebrations. This include mangalarati, homa (special worsh ...
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