Importance and Types of Calendar

Calendar has a very importance in human and student’s life because it keep update according to time and maintain also. A calendar is very important because it is a list of events and date. Using calendar, important date can be remind. It creates a social hub and web presence. Calendar has many significance. Calendar provides a way for companies to publicize their events. Calendar is also help for business perspective. Calendar is not a list type of date and events while calendar is the way to gathering information for a community and company. Please don’t underestimate the importance of calendar.

Now-days online calendar is very important for all student and employee of any company, because online calendar provide a social hub that shows all community and combine all community. Calendar provides an easy way so that all information and can be kept in calendar. Calendars are most important because calendars gives information about the changes that occur as we travel through the 365 days of the year. Calendar are very creative for manage information.

Printable templates Calendar plays a very important role in student life also. Calendar can keep manage and maintain all of peoples so that all information can be managed very well. Calendar helps us to make a routine, celebrate special days, remember important dates and organize major events.

There are many of calendars that is used mainly in India such as

Gregorian calendar: It recognized internationally calendar system followed by almost every country around the world is the Gregorian calendar. Days of the week are:-

Monday
• Tuesday
• Wednesday
• Thursday
• Friday
• Saturday
• Sunday

The 12 months are:-
• January (31 days)
• February (28 or 29 days)
• March (31 days)
• April (30 days)
• May (31 days)
• June (30 days)
• July (31 days)
• August (31 days)
• September (30 days)
• October (31 days)
• November (30 days)
• December (31 days)

The calendar of Hindu: Calendar of Hindu got its origins in the Vedic period, after which the scholars Aryabhata, Varahamihira and Bhaskara worked to develop it further. According to the Hindu calendar, the 7 days are:–

• 'Ravivaar' (Sunday)
• 'Somvaar' (Monday)
• 'Mangalvaar' (Tuesday)
• 'Budhvaar' (Wednesday)
• 'Guruvaar' or 'Bruhaspativaar'(Thursday)
• 'Shukravaar' (Friday)
• 'Shanivaar' (Saturday).

The 12 months are:-

• Chaitra (30 days)
• Vaisakha (31 days)
• Jyaistha (31 days)
• Asadha (31 days)
• Sravana (31 days)
• Bhadrapada (31 days)
• Asvina (30 days)
• Karttika (30 days)
• Margasirsa (30 days)
• Pausa (30 days)
• Magha (30 days)
• Phalguna (30 days)

The Islamic Calendar – In the Islamic calendar, there are 12 lunar months in a year with a total of 354 or 355 days. The calendar began when Prophet Muhammad traveled from Mecca to Medina. This calendar is particular used by Muslims the world over to denote important dates based on the moon, for example, the festivals of 'Eid' and 'Ramzan'. Each week is made up of 7 days starting from the sunset on the Gregorian Saturday. The 12 months are:-

• Muharram (30 days)
• Safar (29 days)
• Rabi'al-Awwal (30 days)
• Rabi'ath-Thani (29 days)
• Jumada l-Ula (30 days)
• Jumada t-Tania (29 days)
• Rajab (30 days)
• Sha`ban (29 days)
• Ramadan (30 days)
• Shawwal (29 days)
• Dhu 'l-Qa`da (30 days)

• Dhu 'l-Hijja (29 or 30 days)

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