~ Happy Gregorian New Year : Comparing East Vs West Celebrations

Wish You & Family a very Happy New Year 2016….

1st January is a start of Eurocentric Abrahmic Gregorian  New Calender Year…which is generally used in International Trade to avoid confusion. However, many countries still follow their own ancient Calendar in daily life, like in India (for Festivals, Maths, Astronomy, Marriages, Rituals, etc).

On the occasion of 1st Jan 2016, a Gregorian new year, lets learn important life lesson about Cultural, Economical, Social and Mental damage to country & its citizens due to choosing wrong calendar!

Understand journey of 2 calendars used in India – Gregorian for Global Trade/Business/Offices and Indian Traditional calendar which is much before Gregorian calendar or Abrahmics formation in west….used in all Indian Astronomy, Navigations, Agriculture, Religious festivals, Astrology (panchang),etc.

Major Difference between EAST Vs WEST New Year Celebration:

  • WEST- New Year Day starts at mid-night at 12:00 AM in DARK

  • INDIA – New Year Day starts with Sun Rise at 6:30 AM in SUNLIGHT &  POSITIVITY…

But, since when European Invasion (1857 – 1947),   India was forced to use Gregorian calendar as colonial tactics to brainwash people & deprive them from their own great ancient knowledge & wisdom.

Irony, it is neither suitable for Indian Whether and Climate…nor for Agricultural & economy…World famous Indian Mathematician Genius Prof C K Raju, one of fathers of Indian Supercomputer – PARAM in 1984 onwards and author of over 12 best selling books and many articles on Mathematics, Physics and Plilosophy of Science, is exposing here damages done to Indian economy, culture, astronomy and agriculture by using Gregorian calendar which is Abrahmic calculations for European whether/year!

Worth watching…show it to your kids & others interested in Maths, True World History, Geopolitics, East Vs West studies, Indian Civilization , Indology, Hinduism etc

A Tale of Two Calendars by Prof C K Raju (India Inspires Talks)

BTW – In Universe , nothing has changed…all planets are still revolving and stable….Only we humans  unnecessary give too much attention on Day-Night!🙂

Its just another day and yet another year in life!

Pictures: East VS West New Year Celebration Difference

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INDIA New Year Celebration starts at first ray of Sun light by offering Holy Water, Prayers, Yoga (Pranayam & Suryanamaskar) and then Temple Prayers to ask for blessings.

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Peace (shanti) @ Inner world…

Peace @ Outside world…

Peace @ Universe….

Image Credit: India Inspire Talks, Prof C K Raju, Webpages -“authoritynutrition” “flickr” “dreamstime” “rantchic” “OnlinePrasad” “hinduismdecoded blog” “picslist” “dawn” and “twinpossible”

Sources: Google plus images and search, above WebPages for images , you tube, India inspires, and all links in the post.

18 thoughts on “~ Happy Gregorian New Year : Comparing East Vs West Celebrations

  1. Hello there,

    I don’t think many of us do Surya Namaskar. Actually these days we also follow the western way of celebrations, start celebrating at mid-night.

    Like you mentioned nothing changes in universe. It’s just a time to retrospect on our deeds and celebrate.🙂

    Happy New Year!

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