Science Behind Indian Calendar Workshop

$69 per participant OR
$100 per family




Jun 29th(Sat)
Jun 30th(Sun)


11 am to 12:30 pm ET


Discover the intricate science and timeless wisdom behind the Indian calendar with our engaging and informative workshop, led by the esteemed Anuradha Goyal. Anuradha is an award-winning blogger, author, and newspaper columnist, renowned for her deep knowledge and passion for Indian traditions and culture.

Delve deep into the fascinating world of the Luni-Solar Indian Calendar in this comprehensive workshop, thoughtfully designed to span 3 to 4 hours, divided into two insightful sessions.

In this workshop, you will:

Understand the Fundamentals: Gain a clear understanding of the foundational principles that govern the Indian calendar, a sophisticated system that integrates lunar and solar cycles.

Explore Tithis & Muhurat: Learn how Tithis and Mahurat are meticulously calculated based on the phases of the moon.

Practical Insights: Receive practical insights and knowledge that will help you appreciate the scientific basis of our traditional timekeeping, enhancing your cultural understanding and personal planning.

This workshop is open to individuals aged 10 and above.

We encourage parents to join with their children in this enlightening journey, fostering a shared appreciation for our rich cultural heritage.

Recording will be available for the period of one month!

Speaker Profile

Anuradha Goyal is the founder of IndiTales, a leading bi-lingual travel media portal where she documents her global travels in words, audio, and video formats with a focus on ancient India.

She is also the author of How to Read Indian Scriptures(2023) Devi Temples of India (2023)Lotus in The Stone - Sacred Geography In Eternal India (2020), Unusual Temples of India (2020), Cave Temples - From Pre-Historic to Modern Times (2021), Bharat Ke Anokhe Mandir (2020), and The Mouse Charmers - Digital Pioneers of India (2014), translator of Ayodhya Mahatmya (2021) from Skanda Purana and, co-editor of Navaratri - When Devi Comes Home (2021), co-author of India Innovates Series for CII. She curated India's first Yatra conference aiming to revive the age-old traditions of pilgrimage in India.

She studies the intersection of her three prime interests – Business Innovation, travel, and Indic Knowledge, by writing about them in books, blogs, and columns.

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