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Saka Year 1939 – the Indian National Calendar 2018 - Hindu Calendar followed by Government of India

The Saka Calendar or the Sakh era is the Indian National Calendar and is largely ignored by most Hindu communities in India. The Hindu Saka calendar began in 78 AD with the Saka Era. In 2018, the date of the New Year according to the official Indian Calendar is March 22. It is also the first day of the Chaitra month in Saka Calendar and the year is 1940. This calendar is mostly ignored by Hindus as they follow traditional regional lunar or solar calendars.

A different Saka Calendar is followed in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka and in this calendar the year 1940 begins on March 18, 2018.

In North India, the traditional Hindu New Year begins on the Chaitra Shukla Pratipada, the day after the Amavasi in Chaitra Month (March – April) and the calendar is known as Vikram Samvat. In Gujarat, the New Year begins the day after Diwali (September – October). Other states too have their own versions of regional calendars.

The Saka Calendar is basically confined to a corner …

To Eliminate Weaknesses Be Aware Of It

We all have weaknesses, bad habits and negative traits, the only way to eliminate them is to be aware of them and to accept them and to work tirelessly towards their removal. Some bad habits are physically visible like smoking, drinking, lust etc…

Sometimes we must be not even aware that we have bad personality traits. We can have any one or more of the following negative traits messy, lazy, selfish, egotist, shy, always distracted, cynical, pessimist, overreacting…

Therefore, we need to accept our weaknesses – those we are aware off and those are not aware off. When we know something is wrong, we will make an effort to rectify it.

Once we pay attention to a particular weakness, we will soon find numerous solutions to a host of issues we are facing.

Be honest…for example if we are shy then accept it. Do not try to cover it up. Work slowly towards getting rid of it.

We cannot work with a broken machine for long time. We will need to fix it sooner or later. If we are not ready to fi…