Nirnay, Gujarati Calendar 2019
A simple Gujarati (Hindu) calendar with the traditional print copy look and feel but with the added benefit of user interaction to find more details about a specific date. The calendar will help you to find when the next Ekadashi is, what the Paksha (Sud,Vad) on a particular day is, when the next Poonam is (Full Moon) or the next Amavasya is and many more Hindu events in easy visual representations; due to images being used to represent key events, even a person who cannot read Gujarati is able to use the app.
In Vedic timekeeping, a tithi is a lunar day, or the time it takes for the longitudinal angle between the Moon and the Sun to increase by 12°. Tithis begin at varying times of the day and vary in duration from approximately 19 to approximately 26 hours. Tithi therefore is one of the most important aspect of the Indian Almanac or the Panchang as Hindu festivals and ceremonies are calculated based on this. The Hindu Calendar system is based upon the motion of the moon, each lunar year comprises of twelve months, each lunar year comprises of 354 days. This in comparison to the usual Georgian (English) calendar that we all use, leads to a difference in the number of days as the Georgian year consists of 365 ¼ days since it is based on the solar (Sun) system. To align the solar year with the lunar year, an additional month is added to the Hindu calendar every 3 years, this additional month is called Adhik Maas (Additional/Extra Month). Each and every second in vedic timekeeping is part of a Muhrat (moment), these can be auspicious or inauspicious depending on nakshatra and tithi (which are also auspicious and inauspicious)… sounds very complicated? It is complicated for most of us; thankfully we have this Nirnay iOS App which combines the lunar and solar calendar into an easy to understand format so that we can easily find out when we should celebrate Hindu festivals, when the most auspicious times are for various religious (and non-religious) activities so that we do things at a Muhrat which is good.
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Jay Swaminarayan Vikram Savant Pan add karo to Well and good
Ptoblem with month view
Pleae resolve the issue with the next and previous month display in current month view screen. Rest is fine. If you can add reminders on previous day following the ekadasi then it will be beneficial for us.
App doesn’t show any date/details from Feb 19 onwards. Kindly look into the matter immediately, Jay Swaminarayan
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.