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Extends a chronological element by some standard ways of manipulation.
The traditional Hindu calendar which exists in many regional variants throughout the Indian subcontinent.
The Hindu day of month extends between 1 and at maximum 32 and might also have a leap state when used in lunisolar context.
The Hindu month varies in length and might also have a leap state when used in lunisolar context.
Abstract super class of Hindu months or days which can carry a leap status in the lunisolar variants of the Hindu calendar.
The Hindu calendar variants differ on various sets of calculations, month names and the choice of era.
A set of calculations developed by Arya Siddhanta of Aryabhata in Julian year 499 AD, mentioned by Lalla at about 720-790 AD.
The Hindu calendar supports several eras in different regions of Indian subcontinent.
The Hindu calendar variants use a set of different algorithmic rules how to determine the start of solar month in relation to the zodiacal position of the sun (samkranti).
Support for the traditional Hindu calendar family.
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