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Eclipse
Following eclipse information is presented here for religious purpose only. These are for year 2008 only.
 
Eclipse Information GMT INDIA
GMT+5.30
PST
GMT-8.0
MST
GMT-7.00
CST
GMT-6.00
EST
GMT-5.00
Annular Solar Eclipse Begin:
End:
Feb 07  01:38
Feb 07  06:12
Feb 07  07:08
Feb 07  11:42
Feb 06 17:38
Feb 06 22:12
Feb 06 18:38
Feb 06 23:12
Feb 06 19:38
Feb 07 00:12
Feb 06 20:38
Feb 07 01:12
Total Lunar Eclipse Begin:
End:
Feb 21  00:34 
Feb 21  06:18
Feb 21 06:04
Feb 21 11:48
Feb 20 16:34
Feb 20 22:18
Feb 20 17:34
Feb 20 23:18
Feb 20 18:34
Feb 21 00:18
Feb 20 19:34
Feb 21 01:18
Total Solar Eclipse  Begin:
End:
Aug-01  08:04
Aug 01  12:39 
Aug 01 13:34
Aug 01 18:09 
Aug 01 01:04
Aug 01 05:39
Aug 01 02:04
Aug 01 06:39
Aug 01 03:04
Aug 01 07:39
Aug 01 04:04
Aug 01 08:39
Partial Lunar Eclipse  Begin:
End:
Aug 16  18:22 
Aug 16  23:58
Aug 16 23:52
Aug 17 05:28
Aug 16 11:22
Aug 16 16:58 
Aug 16 12:22
Aug 16 17:58 
Aug 16 13:22
Aug 16 18:58 
Aug 16 14:22
Aug 16 19:58 

Note: The times for USA and Canada's PST, MST, CST, and EST have been adjusted for day light saving time. GMT is not adjusted for daylight saving time. Please manually adjust. For other countries please add and subtract your GMT time zone difference from GMT column to get your eclipse timing. The eclipse may or may not be visible in your area. Please check to learn if it's visible or not.

Things to do during eclipse: Take bath before and after eclipse, chant guru mantra or "om namo narayana", or "om namo shivaya", or hare krishna mahamantra or your mantra you like to chant. Don't go out during eclipse, stay indoors, donate to poor and needy people after eclipse.

Hindu Festivals 2008
The festivals needs to be observed based on local information like local sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset, midnight, madhyahna and various thithi and nakshatra observances rules. Hence festival dates mentioned in indian calendar cannot be used outside of india. We present here following table for festivals observance in various parts of worlds. If you are planning to use it on your website or on your printed materials you can use free of charge, please mention "source:www.ecviu.cn" somewhere in printed materials or on the website.

General purpose muhurtha: As per Dharmasindhu 4 important days do not require any muhurtham (and the entire day is good) and they are:
  • Gudi Padawa / Chaitra Shukla Pratipada (Prathama)/ Ugadi.
  • Akshya Tritiya.
  • Vijaya Dasami.
  • Kartika Shukla Pratipada (Prathama).
So, If you are planning wedding, house warming, starting a new venture, bhoomi poojan or anyother thing, please use following table where they fall in your area and get that date. The entire day is good, however, we recommend to avoid Rahukalam, Yamagandam, Durmurtham, and Gulika Kalam timings.

Hindu Festivals 2008 India
USA / Canada
   
HAWAII
PST/PDT
MST/MDT
CST/CDT
EST/EDT
Lohri Jan 14th Jan 13th Jan 13th Jan 13th Jan 13th Jan 13th
Bhogi  Jan 14th Jan 13th Jan 13th Jan 13th Jan 13th Jan 13th
Pongal Jan 15th Jan 14th Jan 14th Jan 14th Jan 14th Jan 14th
Makar Samkranti Jan 15th Jan 14th Jan 14th Jan 14th Jan 14th Jan 14th
Putrada Ekadasi (Smartha) Jan 18th  Jan 18th  Jan 18th  Jan 18th  Jan 18th  Jan 18th 
Putrada Ekadasi (Vaishnava) Jan 19th Jan 18th  Jan 18th  Jan 18th  Jan 18th  Jan 18th 
Thai Poosam Jan 23rd Jan 22nd Jan 22nd Jan 22nd Jan 22nd Jan 22nd
Vasant Panchami Feb 11th Feb 11th Feb 11th Feb 11th Feb 11th Feb 11th
Ratha Sapathami Feb 13th Feb 12th Feb 13th Feb 13th Feb 13th Feb 13th
Bhishma Asthami Feb 14th Feb 13th Feb 13th Feb 14th Feb 14th Feb 14th
Bhishma Ekadasi Feb 17th Feb 16th Feb 16th Feb 16th Feb 16th Feb 16th
Maha Shivaratri Mar 6th Mar 5th Mar 5th Mar 5th Mar 5th Mar 5th
Karadayan Nonbu Mar 14th Mar 13th Mar 13th Mar 13th March 13th Mar 14th
Panguni Uttiram Mar 21st Mar 21st Mar 21st Mar 21st Mar 21st Mar 21st
Holi Mar 21st Mar 21st Mar 21st Mar 21st Mar 21st Mar 21st
Sarvadhari Naam samvatsar            
Read Note about Padawa /Ugadi            
Ugadi / Gudi Padwa / NewYear Apr 7th Apr 6th Apr 6th Apr 6th Apr 6th Apr 6th
Tamil New Year Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th
Baisakhi Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th
Raamnavami Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th Apr 13th
Vishu (Malayalam New Year) Apr 14th Apr 13th Apr 14th Apr 14th Apr 14th Apr 14th
Hanuman Jayanthi Apr 20th Apr 19th Apr 19th Apr 19th Apr 19th Apr 20th
Akshay Tritiya May 7th May 7th May 7th May 7th May 7th May 7th
Ramanuja Jayanthi May 9th May 8th May 8th May 8th May 8th May 8th
Shankara Jayanthi May 9th May 9th May 9th May 9th May 9th May 9th
Narasimha Jayanthi May 18th May 17th May 17th May 17th May 17th May 17th
Hanumath Jayanthi (Andhra) May 30th May 29th May 29th May 30th May 30th May 30th
Vat Savitri Vratam Jun 18th Jun 18th Jun 18th Jun 18th Jun 18th Jun 18th
Guru Poornima July 18th July 17th July 17th July 17th July 17th July 17th
Hariyali Teej Aug 4th Aug 3rd Aug 3rd Aug 3rd Aug 3rd Aug 3rd
Andal Jayanthi Aug 4th Aug 3rd Aug 3rd Aug 3rd Aug 3rd Aug 3rd
Naag Panchami/Garuda Panchami Aug 6th Aug 5th Aug 5th Aug 5th Aug 5th Aug 5th
Varalakshmi Vratham Aug 15th Aug 15th Aug 15th Aug 15th Aug 15th Aug 15th
Raksha Bandhan Aug 16th Aug 16th Aug 16th Aug 16th Aug 16th Aug 16th
Kajari Teej  Aug 19th Aug 19th Aug 19th Aug 19th Aug 19th Aug 19th
Naag Panchami (Gujarat) Aug 21st Aug 21st Aug 21st Aug 21st Aug 21st Aug 21st
Krishna Janmasthami Aug 23th Aug 23rd Aug 23rd Aug 23rd Aug 23rd Aug 23rd
Haritatalika / Kevada Teej Sep 2nd Sep 2nd Sep 2nd Sep 2nd Sep 2nd Sep 2nd
Ganesh Chathurthi Sep 3rd Sep 2nd Sep 2nd Sep 3rd Sep 3rd Sep 3rd
Rishi Panchami / Bhaiya Panchami Sep 4th Sep 4th Sep 4th Sep 4th Sep 4th Sep 4th
Onam Sep 12th Sep 11th Sep 11th Sep 11th Sep 11th Sep 12th
Navarathri Sep 30th Sep 29th Sep 29th Sep 29th Sep 29th Sep 29th
Durgasthami Oct 7th Oct 7th Oct 7th Oct 7th Oct 7th Oct 7th
Dashera Oct 9th Oct 9th Oct 9th Oct 9th Oct 9th Oct 9th
Kojagiri / Sharad Purnima Oct 14th Oct 14th Oct 14th Oct 14th Oct 14th Oct 14th
Karava Chauth Oct 17th Oct 17th Oct 17th Oct 17th Oct 17th Oct 17th
Ahoyi Asthami Oct 21st Oct 21st Oct 21st Oct 21st Oct 21st Oct 21st
Narak Chaturdasi Oct 27th Oct 27th Oct 27th Oct 27th Oct 27th Oct 27th
Dipawali Oct 28th Oct 28th Oct 28th Oct 28th Oct 28th Oct 28th
Vikaram New Year Oct 29th Oct 29th Oct 29th Oct 29th Oct 29th Oct 29th
Bhiya Duja Oct 30th Oct 30th Oct 30th Oct 30th Oct 30th Oct 30th
Chhath (Bihar) Nov 4th Nov 3rd Nov 3rd Nov 3rd Nov 3rd Nov 3rd
Tulasi Vivah / Prabodhanotsav Nov 10th Nov 9th Nov 9th Nov 10th Nov 10th Nov 10th

Note: The new year 2008 will see real issues about Ugadi specially in India. Ugadi in 2008 depending on where you live in india could fall on April 6th or April 7th. The reason being that is Prathama ends on 6:09 AM on April 7th. Now as per the rule if prathama doesn't prevail during the sunrise or atleast there is no sparasha then we have to celebrate on previous day. Most of cities in India will have sunrise before 6:09 AM in such cases there is no sparasha(touching), so Ugadi will be celebrated on April 6th but some of them still have sparsha as the sunrise in their town will be past 6:09 AM, so Ugadi will be celebrated on April 7th. This means half of the cities in India (including Andhra Pradesh -- Hyderabad on April 6th, Rajahmundry, Vishakhapattanam, Tirumala on April 7th), will celebrate Ugadi on two different days. However, people living in USA/Canada/Europe/Gulf Countries/Pakistan will celebrate on April 6th. However, Australia, Burma, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Fiji, New Zealand will celebrate on April 7th. So, get prepared for another round of Ugadi debate like we had last year in 2007.

Ugadi / Gudi Padawa / Vikram's New Year on April 6th
USA, Canada, Europe, Gulf Countries, Pakistan, Colombo (Sri Lanka), Jammu and Kashmir, Gujarat, Kerala, Maharastra, Punjab, Rajasthan, Bangalore, Bombay, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Delhi, Ernakulam, Hydrabad, Kumbakonam, Madurai, Ujjain,

Ugadi / Gudi Padawa / Vikram's New Year on April 7th
Burma, Jafna (Sri Lanka), Shangai (Chaina), Mayalasia, Singapore, Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Bihar, Orrisa, West Bengal, Chennai, Kakinada, Lucknow, Nellore, Pondicherry, Puri, Rajahmundry, Tirumala, Varanasi, Vijayawada, Vishakhapattanam,

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yaj jagrato duram udaiti daivam tad u suptasya tatHaivaiti|
duramgamam jyotisam jyotir ekam tan me manaH shivasankalpam astu||
||shri shukla yajurveda vajasaneyi samhita (madhyandina sakha) 34.1||

The divine essence that goes far away, from the waking, and likewise from the sleeping, and that one far-traveling Light of lights, on that-the auspicious will of the divine-may my mind dwell.


.. sarve janA sukhino santu ..
kriShNa! kriShNa!! kriShNa!!!

I bow down to the supreme personality of godhead Lord kriShNa who makes incomplete complete.
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Seattle, WA, USA
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