Samvatsara


Samvatsara

Samvatsara

Samvatsara es un término en sánscrito para "año". En la tradición hindú, hay 60 Samvatsaras, cada una de las cuales tiene un nombre. Una vez que todos los samvatsaras son más de 60, el ciclo comienza de nuevo. En ocasiones, uno se evitará, según el recuento se basa en la posición zodíaca de Júpiter, cuyo periodo alrededor del Sol es algo menos de 12 años (el ciclo completo de 60 abarca cinco años Jovian). Los sesenta Samvatsaras se dividen en 3 grupos de 20 cada Samvatsara. Los 20 primeros de Prabhava a Vyaya se atribuyen a Brahma. El próximo 20 de Sarvajit a Parabhava a Vishnú y el último 20 a Shivá.

1. Prabhava

2. Vibhava

3. Shukla

4. Pramoda

5. Prajāpati

6. Āngirasa

7. Shrīmukha

8. Bhāva

9. Yuvan

10. Dhātri

11. Īshvara

12. Bahudhānya

13. Pramāthin

14. Vikrama

15. Vrisha

16. Chitrabhānu

17. Svabhānu

18. Tārana

19. Pārthiva

20. Vyaya (2006-2007)

21. Sarvajit (2007-2008)

22. Sarvadhārin

23. Virodhin

24. Vikrita

25. Khara

26. Nandana

27. Vijaya

28. Jaya

29. Manmatha

30. Durmukha

31. Hemalambin

32. Vilambin

33. Vikārin

34. Shārvari

35. Plava

36. Shubhakrit

37. Shobhana

38. Krodhin

39. Vishvāvasu

40. Parābhava

41. Plavanga

42. Kīlaka

43. Saumya

44. Sādhārana

45. Virodhikrit

46. Paritāpin

47. Pramādin

48. Ānanda

49. Rākshasa

50. Anala

51. Pingala

52. Kālayukti

53. Siddhārthin

54. Raudra

55. Durmati

56. Dundubhi

57. Rudhirodgārin

58. Raktāksha

59. Krodhana

60. Akshaya

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