Asadha


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Synonyms for Asadha

the fourth month of the Hindu calendar

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Next day) On Thursday, the fourth of dark fortnight in the month of Asadha of Nepal Samvat 822, the bell was offered and jgarana observed (eighth time).
After 6 days) On Wednesday, the tenth of dark fortnight in the month of Asadha of Nepal era 822, the Kotipolduya ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
Next day) On Thursday, the eleventh of dark fortnight in the month of Asadha of Nepal Samvat 822, the repentance sacrifice was performed (repentance because of innumerable lives of unseen and seen animals that might have been killed knowingly or unknowingly during the construction period).
On Friday, the twelfth of dark fortnight in the month of Asadha of Nepal Samvat 822, the bathing is done.
After 3 days) On Monday, the no moon day of dark fortnight in the month of Asadha of Nepal Samvat 822, the Caturthi (No actifities are mentioned afterwards).
after 142 days) On Sunday, the twelfth of dark fortnight in the month of Pausa of Nepal Samvat 823, the ashes (collected from the sacrifice altar) were floated away (in the river Hanumante on the south of the city) (after exactly one lunar year from the day of digging for the foundation of the temple) on the first clear fortnight in the month of Asadha of Nepal Samvat 823.
above, there are only two possibilities or variables in intercalary months: it is either Pausa or asadha for as many as twelve months of any
asadha which is duplicated as an intercalary month; when one of the
ayanas both asadha and Pausa are intercalated (Rajavamsi, 1973:11).
daksinayna, then the month of asadha is intercalated.
On folio 23a of t nunciating an asadha intercalation
In Vedanga Jyautisa, the months of Pausa and asadha alone are
between Jyestha Krsnapaksa of Samvat 44 and asadha suklapaksa of Samvat