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Download Persian Calendar 1401, The Iranian calendar (also known as the Persian calendar or the Jalali Calendar) is a solar calendar currently used in Iran and Afghanistan.
When and the way did the Persian calendar start?
Ancient calendars. The earliest proof of Iranian calendrical traditions is from the second millennium BC and probably even predates the advent of the Iranian prophet Zoroaster.
The first fully preserved calendar is that of the Achaemenids, a royal dynasty of the fifth century BC who gave rise to Zoroastrianism.
Prophet’s flight from Mecca to Medina (Hijrat) in 622 turned into chosen as the beginning of the Islamic calendar.
The real starting date for the Calendar was chosen based on lunar years, counting backward to be the primary day of the primary month (Muharram) of the first year of the Hijrat.
A yr inside the Solar Hijri calendar is split into twelve months of varying lengths. The first 6 months have 31 days, and months 7 via eleven have 30 days. In the final month, Esfand has 29 days in a common yr and 30 days in a jump of 12 months.
The Iranian calendar (Persian calendar / Jalali Calendar)
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