Happy Vernal Equinox, to those who celebrate

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  1. Cino

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    There's also a Mars-Jupiter-Pluto conjunction going on (2020 for later readers), which some may find interesting or significant.
     
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    We don't actually formally celebrate, but always acknowledge it with some affection.
    I suppose that is a celebration. :)


    Happy Vernal Equinox to you.
     
  3. Aupmanyav

    Aupmanyav Search, be your own guru.

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    We do, March 25, 2020, this year (It changes, as we use a luni-solar calendar). That is Hindu New Year for most. But this year, it was lost to Corona virus.
     
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    Happy Vernal Equinox 2021 to all who celebrate this!
     
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    All the best to you Cino.

    Regards Tony
     
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    Aupmanyav Search, be your own guru.

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    Our celebration has slipped by some 23 days to April 13 due to precession of equinox. That means we are following what was around 1400 years ago. So, back to sixth Century, the days of Indian astronomer, Varahmihira.
     
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    Our celebration has slipped by some 23 days to April 13 due to precession of equinox. That means we are following what was around 1400 years ago. So, back to sixth Century, the days of Indian astronomer, Varahmihira.
     
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    Party twice, then :)
     
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