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=> Bhaskarabda calender , an era counted from the date of the ascension of a seventh century ruler in Assam Bhaskaravarman.
=> It will be added to Saka and Georgian eras in the official calendar of the Assam Government.
Difference between Gregorian and Bhaskarabda calender:
1. Unlike Gregorian, where a day starts at midnight, the Assamese calendar begins and ends at sunrise over 24 hours.
2. While the Gregorian goes by the solar cycle, the Saka and Bhaskarabda eras use a lunisolar system based on both the phases of the moon and the solar year.
3. The gap between Bhaskarabda and Gregorian is 593 years.
4. The Assamese Calendar incorporates the seven-day week as used by many other calendars.
5. The names of the days of the week in the Assamese Calendar are based on the Navagraha.
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