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Yugadi (Ugadi) and April Fools day


Earlier English calendar was known as Julius calendar which had only 10 months (March - 1st month, April - 2nd month, May - 3rd month, June - 4th month, July - 5th month, August - 6th month, September - 7th month, October - 8th month, November - 9th month and December - 10th month) in it. But later another two months (January and February) were added to make it a full year as Christians' Easter was not coming exactly in a particular time. Earlier Easter was coming in January or March or so on. To adjust this Europeans first tried to understand Hindu Panchanga (calendar) and they adjusted as per Hindu Panchanga. Thus a total of twelve months came into existence. This new English calendar is known as Gregorian calendar which started since around 500 years. In Julius (old calendar) calendar since it had only ten months, even last four months like September (7th month), October (8th month), November (9th month) and December (10th month) are pure Bharatiya Samskruta names. For example, September means Sapta (Sapta means 7 in Samskruta. September = Sapta). October means, AshTami / AshTama (AshTa means 8 in Samskruta. AshTa = Octa). Similarly Navama = November (Navama means 9) and Dashama = December (Dashama means 10). Earlier even the Europeans, westerners and others worldwide were celebrating new year during the Hindu new year called Yugadi / Ugadi which comes during the End of March or starting of April. Thus the head of the Christians (probably the Pope Gregory) ordered all his followers, whoever from now onwards follows new year during the end of March or starting of April will be called as FOOL (remember April fools day). From that day Fools day was started to be celebrated by the Europeans. NOW WE ALL CAME TO KNOW HOW CUNNING THE EUROPEANS ARE. It can be understood that it may hurt a group of people. This message is intended not to hurt or misguide people. BUT IS ONLY TO SHOW THE TRUTH AND REALITY. Here we should note that all the English and other countries' word are taken by our great Samskruta bhasha. Now think my dear friends, do you still want this fools day or new year to be celebrated in our Bharatiya country. Just think again my dear friends. Think and spread this message to your well wishers all over. JAI BHARATIYA SAMPRADAAYA. JAI SRI KRISHNA. JAI SRI RAMA.

Sri Gurubhyo namaha
Om Sri Krishnaaya namaha


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