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None of the Hindu mythological books or puranas mention the names of the week , today what we use as VAAR ( Ravi , Som , Mangal, Budh . Brihaspati, Shukra, and Shani ) are the translated version of the western system , it was only the THITHI as per the Lunar calendar followed all over. the names of the week is recent and has no origin in Indian Mythology ( ...


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I doubt that William could write. In the Saxon Chronicle, the coronation is listed as one of the events of "An. MLXVI." This is what it says exactly: Translated from Saxon, what this says: Then, on midwinter's day Aeldred blessed him as king at Westminster... In medieval manuscripts everything is dated relative to feasts or specific days, so it ...



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