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comparative calendar of the Iranian, Muslim lunar, and Christian eras for three thousand years

1260 B.H.-2000 A.H./639 B.C.-2621 A.D.

by Ahmad Birashk

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Published by Mazda Publishers, in association with Bibliotheca Persica in Costa Mesa, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Calendar, Islamic -- Tables,
  • Calendar, Iranian -- Tables

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ahmad Birashk.
    SeriesPersian studies series ;, no. 15
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCE59 .B57 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination188 p. ;
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1730998M
    ISBN 100939214954
    LC Control Number92035484

    The modern Iranian calendar is the official calendar in Iran and Afghanistan. To find the corresponding year of the Gregorian calendar, add or to a Solar Hejri year. The founder of ICI, who is a Muslim convert to Christ, did not meet another Iranian Christian convert until four years after his conversion. But, those were the ’s and ’s when Iranians relied on their material prosperity and Islam to avoid the question of man’s sinfulness and the claims of Jesus Christ.

    Islamic calendar Muslim calendar Hijri calendar Arabic التقويم الهجري at-taqwīm al-hijrī Persian taqwīm-e hejri-ye qamari Turkish Hicri Takvim lunar calendar Muslim Gregorian calendar first year Islamic prophet Muhammad Mecca Medina Hijra Hijra Latin anno Hegirae before Hijra Of all the months in the Islamic calendar, Ramadan is the most venerated. Muslims are required to. Iranian official calendar, regulate according to Solar year & Iranian months March, equal 1 Farvardin, is beginning of Iranian New Year. Also in Iran, Lunar calendar announce officially. Lunar year is 10 days less than Solar year,so days of performing religious rites, that adjust according Lunar calendar, each year is different from next.

    This calendar is almost unknown in the West, although it is one of the most accurate, if not the most accurate in the world. Compared with the Gregorian calendar, which errors by one day, every 3, years, the Iranian calendar needs a one-day correction every , years. There are . May ; 1 Fr: Jomeh: Ordibehesht 2 Sa: Shanbeh: Ordibehesht 3 Su: Yekshanbeh: Ordibehesht 4 Mo: Doshanbeh: Ordibehesht


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Comparative calendrics was a major intellectual field. Tomari patmutʿyun. Birashk, Ahmad (), A Comparative Calendar of the Iranian, Muslim Lunar, and Christian Eras for Three Thousand Years, Mazda Publishers, ISBN ; Björnsson, Árni () [], High Days and Holidays in Iceland, Reykjavík: Mál og menning, ISBNOCLC Literature on the Islamic Calendar (chronological) Sacred and Profane, Ecclesiastical and Civil; from the Creation of the World, to the Year One thousand Seven hundred and Forty-three.

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by Ahmad Birashk 0 Reviews A manual of the three major calendars in use in Persia: the Muslim lunar calendar, the Iranian solar calendar, and the Western Gregorian calendar.

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Muslims have a lunar calendar. Those who were to abide by regular seasons for their flocks and fields, had to count and, as far as possible, synchronize the lunar and solar years. Some did it by intercalating one moon every three years and later learned to have further adjustments to keep the year in.

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Ahmad Birashk founded Hadaf Educational Group (Goruh Farhangi Hadaf) a pioneering private educational. A comparative calendar of the Iranian, Muslim lunar, and Christian eras for three thousand years In this work, Ahmad Birashk compares calendars used by different societies of the Middle East.

Different calendars encode different conceptions of time, and the comparison in this book helps us to see how calendars and time differ between groups of. A calendar is a system of organizing days for social, religious, commercial, or administrative purposes.

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