This project is not bound to any political, ethnic, social or religious groupings. The aim of this project is to provide free available multilingual Afghan calendars, that are accessible on all major platforms and provide access to all functionality via free tools. The calendars are in the PDF format. For viewing and printing you need a viewer program like XPdf or Acrobat reader. These programs are in general already installed on most computers.
If not you can download a PDF viewer free of charge see links section. Currently over different calendars are available. For a complete list you can view the document folder at Savannah thanks to Savannah for hosting this project.
At the moment only the "Dari-English" and the "Dari-German" versions are ready.
The "Pashto-English" and the "Pashto-German" version will follow in near future. The calendars from to the current year can be found in the archive.
Calendar for Year 2020 (Afghanistan)
If older calendars are needed please send an e-mail to afghanCalendar [at] gmx [dot] net. If you don't have a A3 color printer at home you can order a printed Afghan calendar from the online shop.
Printed calendar 11"x17" for 5. In the online shop you can also find apparel with the project logo on the front and the calendar on the back. Comments are welcome afghanCalendar [at] gmx [dot] net. Date conversion is not that easy as one would think.
You can find some important documents were the date conversion has an error of one day. In real life e. Popular examples for date conversion errors are the English and German translation of the Afghan constitution from If you find further examples of date conversion erors please send me an e-mail afghanCalendar [at] gmx [dot] net. If you you want to be added to the calendar world map please send an e-mail to afghanCalendar [at] gmx [dot] net with the country name were you live together with a picture were the calendar hangs.
The Afghan calendar is defined in article 18 of the Afghan constitution from :.
Article The source for the calendar shall be based upon the migration of the Prophet praise and peace be upon him. The basis for state offices shall be the solar calendar Hejrah-e shamsi.
Fridays as well as the 28th of Asad 19th, in leap years 18th August and the 8th Saur 28th, in leap years 27th April shall be public holidays.
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Other holidays shall be regulated by the law. The Hejrah-e shamsi calendar starts from the year of the emigration hejrah of the Islamic Prophet Mohammad from Mecca to Medina in A.
It has 12 months, consisting of 29 to 31 days. The begin of the Hejrah-e shamsi Year 1. Hammal corresponds to the March March in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. The year has days and in leap years days.
The leap years in the Hejrah-e shamsi calendar can be computed by a arithmetic formula. The Gregorian year G is chosen as G1. The year of the Hejrah-e shamsi calendar was a leap year, since the year in the Gregorian calendar was a leap year.
The months in the Hejrah-e qamari calendar are alternatively 30 and 29 days long. In leap years the 12th month has 31 days.
The Lunar year is eleven days shorter than the solar calendar. The Hejrah-e qamari calendar months "Ramadan" and "Shawwal" define the Muslim fasting. The starting day of these two months are observed by authorities. A difference of one day can occur between the observed and the pre-computed calendar.
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All 30 years a leap year occurs to synchronize the calendar with the moon phases. The Gregorian year corresponds to the Hejrah-e shamsi year and the Hejrah-e qamari year To convert a date from the Gregorian to the Hejrah-e shamsi or Hejrah-e qamari calendar one can use the following reference dates:. These holidays are defined in article 18 of the Afghan constitution from The holidays occur on a fixed dates and are celebrated in all Afghanistan. The dates are observed by autorities rather than pre-computed.
The exact dates may vary according to the sighting of the moon. The main aim was to keep the calendar historical correct and uninfluenced of any political, ethnic or social point of view.
The relevant historical events in the calendar were verified against at least two of the following references:. If you still find errors or think they formulations are not neutral please send me a mail to afghanCalendar [at] gmx [dot] net. If possible include also a reference.
Persian Calendar 1391
I am always ready to accept constructive criticism, or review requests. If you have any questions, comments, criticisms, I would greatly appreciate your contacting me via e-mail at afghanCalendar [at] gmx [dot] net. I believe in the idea of open projects. The calendar can be printed and used free of charge see license section. This project is mantained by me in my free time. If you like it you can support it with some small donation via PayPal.
Copyright C Alekozai. Comments and corrections are welcome afghanCalendar [at] gmx [dot] net. This project wouldn't be possible without the great work of several other projects and their contributors. First and foremost, thank to the users of this project for their feedback. I'm grateful indebted to Savannah for hosting this project. I am also greatful to the OpenOffice. I am deeply indepted to the DejaVu and the Khotot project for their open source unicode fonts.
Please address notes, corrections and additions to afghanCalendar --AT-- gmx. Dari-English , Pashto-English. Dari-German , Pashto-English. Dari-German , Pashto-German.
Solar Hijri calendar
United States of America US. Dari Persian. A3 sheet almanac.