|Country||Empire of Vyomania|
The Vyomanian calendar refers to the calendar that is used in the Empire of Vyomania. It is being created by Maharaja Mohak of Vyomania. The calendar is used alongside the Gregorian and the Hindu Calendar.
Samvatsara in short ‘Samvat’ is a Sanskrit term for ‘year’. The start of the Vyomanian Calendar is in 500 B.C. which is the year 1. Vyomanian calendar has terms SA and BSA which mean Samvatasya (start of a new era) and Bina Samvatasya (before new era)
|Gregorian year||Vyomanian year|
|500 BCE||1 SA|
|1 BCE||500 SA|
|1000 CE||500 BSA|
|2015 AD||2515 SA|
There are 14 months in Vyomanian calendar, 13 of which have 27 days and the 14th month has 14 days. Every month starts with Manibu (Monday) and ends with Virunar except the last month ending with Shanivat (Sunday).
There are 3 weeks in each Vyomanian month, each of 9 days, except the 14th month which has 2 weeks of 7 days. The days in Vyomanian calendar are named after the Navagraha, or nine planets, which are 8 planets in Solar System and a fictional one, Zaaba. The days are named Manibu, Shukravar, Pruthvi, Mangalar, Zabbuna, Manibri, Shanivat, Manar, and Virunar. The 14th month has seven days: from Manibu to Shanivat. Unlike in many countries where Saturdays and Sundays are holidays, in Vyomania, holidays are given on Shanivat (Sunday) and Pruthvi (Wednesday).
|English day||Vyomanian day||Hindu day|