Bīrūnī, Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad, Alberuni's India (v. 2)

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



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126                           ALBERUNTS INDIA.

The names       Further, cvcry single one of the sixty years has a
years of^a^   name of its own, and the yugas, too, have names which
are the names of their dominants.    All these names
are exhibited in the following table.

This table is to be used in the same way as the
preceding one, as you find the name of each year
of the whole cycle (of sixty years) under the corre¬
sponding number. It would be a lengthy affair if we
were to explain the meanings of the single names
and their prognostics. All this is found in the book
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