DU to distribute 10,000 copies of newly launched ‘Panchang’ to academic community
Delhi University (DU) will convey 10,000 duplicates of its recently sent off Panchang – – an old Indian information framework based chronological registry – – to the scholarly local area the nation over, the varsity authorities said on Saturday. More than 1,000 copies of the university’s Panchang, also known as the Hindu calendar, were distributed on Friday in preparation for its launch.
The Panchang, according to a university official, is the annual compilation of planetary movements. In excess of 1,000 Panchang were disseminated on Friday, and 9,000 more will be dispersed across the general public and scholarly local area in the nation, all liberated from cost, before very long,” a college official told PTI. According to university officials, the Panchang is more advanced than the Western calendar and will aid in the “dissemination of ancient Indian knowledge.”
all festivals, eclipses, dates, and other details. has been given in this Panchang. Prof. Niranjan Kumar, chairman of the DU value addition courses committee, stated that the Indian almanac includes all festivals and significant dates in addition to the date and day of the Western-style calendar. According to the official, “panchnga” means the day, nakshatra (star), tithi, yoga, and karana every day. According to the officials, the Panchang will be a useful first step in exposing students to the extensive body of Indian knowledge tradition.
Vice-chancellor Yogesh Singh stated at the launch that the almanac will “awaken self-respect” among Indians. By establishing connections with Indian culture and knowledge, now is the ideal time to awaken Indian self-respect. This Panchang of DU is an illustration of this,” Singh was quoted in the statement.
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