(London :  Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.,  1910.)

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 ``` 350 ALBERUNPS INDIA. volutions of sun and moon in a kalpa, a lunar month = 29|f|-f||-nychthemera. You find this number by dividing the sum of the days of the kalpa by the number of its lunar months. The number of the lunar months of a kalpa represents the difference between the revolutions of sun and moon in it, viz. 53,433,300,000. A month has 30 lunar days, for this number is canonical, as the number of 360 is canonical for the number of days of a year. The solar month has 30 solar days and 30j'f|^-g-;f-g-^ civil days. The month of the fathers is equal to 30 of our months, and has 885i-f-f;fi^ civil days. The month of the angels is equal to 30 years, and has io,957lii civil days. The month of Brahman is equal to 60 kalpas, and has 94,674,987,000,000 civil days. The month of Burusha is equal to 2,160,000 kalpas, and has 3,408,299,532,000,000,000 civil days. The month of Kha has 9,497,498,700,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 civil days. Various By multiplying each of these months by twelve, we years! ° get the number of days of the corresponding year. The luna,r year has 354TT¥,Tinr civil days. The solar year has 3653W0 civil days. The year of the fathers has 360 lunar months, or io,63IttV!ttt civil days. The year of the angels has 360 of our years, or I3i>493w civil days. The year of Brahman has 720 kalpas, or 1,136,099,844,000,000 civil days. The year of Purusha has 25,920,000 kalpas, or 40,899,594,384,000,000,000 civil days. The year of Kha has I I3,6o9,984,4co,ooo,ooo,ooo,ooo,ooo,ooo,ooocivildays. The latter number is mentioned by the Hindus, although it is written in their books that there is no Pumthl."* combination of numbers beyond the dcty of Purusha, for ```