Difference between revisions of "Ritu"

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A unit of time or season. Ritu equals two months where each month is composed of 30 days and each day of 60 muhoortams. A year has six ritus.  
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[[A]] unit of time or season. Ritu equals two months where each month is composed of 30 days and each day of 60 muhoortams. A year has six ritus.  
  
 
In the general sense ritu is used to refer to a duration of cyclic phenomenon - ritu refers to a season. Ritu carya is seasonal routine.  
 
In the general sense ritu is used to refer to a duration of cyclic phenomenon - ritu refers to a season. Ritu carya is seasonal routine.  
  
 
Menstrual cycle of woman is also called ritu - ritu kala is the menstrual period and ritu snana marks the end of it.
 
Menstrual cycle of woman is also called ritu - ritu kala is the menstrual period and ritu snana marks the end of it.

Latest revision as of 19:26, 29 December 2013

A unit of time or season. Ritu equals two months where each month is composed of 30 days and each day of 60 muhoortams. A year has six ritus.

In the general sense ritu is used to refer to a duration of cyclic phenomenon - ritu refers to a season. Ritu carya is seasonal routine.

Menstrual cycle of woman is also called ritu - ritu kala is the menstrual period and ritu snana marks the end of it.