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jaldhar (1240)

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I'm a Hindu priest/Sanskrit scholar, and a volunteer Debian GNU/Linux [debian.org] developer.

I live in Jersey City, New Jersey with my wife Jyoti and our daughter Shailaja [braincells.com] and son Nilagriva [braincells.com].

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Wednesday November 02, 2005
11:33 AM

DateTime::Calendar::Indian

[ #27417 ]

After a long hiatus from doing perl stuff, I feel the urge to start some projects again. As today is the New Year day of Vikram Samvat 2062, it is an auspicious time to restart DateTime::Calendar::Indian. As the name suggests, it is a set of modules that implements classical Indian calendars with the DateTime API.

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