Calendar conversion

Dominik Wujastyk ucgadkw at UK.AC.UCL
Wed Feb 6 04:33:39 EST 1991


 

Dear Richard,
 
Brett Kessler has been very active in writing the date conversion
utility that you refer to.  It is called chrono, and currently
deals with Gregorian, Julian and Hillel dates.  The Hijra calendar
is to go in very shortly.  Brett is kindly allowing me to
test the program as he develops it.  It is currently looking very
robust and good, and promises to be a very useful program for
all of us.
 
With the test suite that Brett has been making available to me, he
includes the following bibliography:
 
 
Bhatt, Harihar and Chhotubhai Suthar.  The Length of a Tithi.  Journal
 of the Oriental Institute Barode, 18.1968/69, 232-236.
 
Cunningham, Alexander.  Book of Indian eras, with tables for
 calculating Indian dates.  -- Varanasi : Indological Book House,
 reprint 1970.
 
Gahlot, Sukhvir Singh and G.L. Devca.  Indian Calendars, A.D. 1444
 to A.D. 1543. -- Jodhpur, 1980
 
Ginzel, F.K.  Handbuch der mathematischen und technischen Chronologie. --
 Leipzig : J.C. Hinrichs, 1906.
 
Jacobi, Hermann.  Tables for calculating Hindu dates in true local
 time.  Epigraphia Indica 2.1894m 487-498.
 
Johnson, H.M.  Conversion of Vikrama Sa?vat Dates. JAOS, 58.1938,
 668f.
 
Pillai, L.D. Swamikannu.  Indian chronology, solar, lunar and plane
ctary. A practical guide to the interpretation and verification of tithis,
 nakshatras, horoscopes and other Indian time-records, B.C. 1 to A.D.
 2000. New Delhi, 1982 <repr>   (Tables)
 
-- An Indian Ephemeris (AD 700 to AD 1799) (7 v)
 
-- An Indian Ephemeris (AD 1800 to AD 2000) (1 v)
 
Schram, R.  Kalenderiographische und chronologische Tafeln.  Leipzig,
 1908
 




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