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Afghani Pushtoo or Pushtu, Western
Hasan hyseyn
Sapara, thapara
Lumrey khor
Dwaheyma khor
Dreyma khor
Thalarema chor
Do hadai taali miasht
Barat, Barate miasht
Rozha, Do rozha miasht Kuchnay akhtar, Do kuchni akhtar
Loy akhtar

Since 1968 (1347 Shamsi), the Afghani solar calendar has been identical with the Iranian Solar calendar.

"Modern" Afghanis utilize three calendars: the Gregorian (for commercial uses), a variant of the lunar Hegira, and a variant of the Iranian Solar.

Just as in the Arabic lunar-Hegira calendar, the Afghani variation uses July 15, 622 A.D. as its epoch. It also has 12 months with the odd months (1-11) having 30 days and the even months (2-12) having 29 days. The last month has 29 days in a common year and 30 days in a leap year.

—From The Book of Calendars by Frank Parise, ed.;
Facts On File, Inc.; New York; 1982.
This entry is located in the following unit: Calendar Names of Days and Months in Different Languages (page 1)
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