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Exactly What is Units of Time

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Exactly What is Units of Time

Exactly What is Units of Time

Based on the motion and mathematical derivation of stars, sun, moon and other planets, 'Sun Siddhanta' explains nine methods of measurement of time.
Accordingly there are nine units of time. 1

The names are as follows:-

Brahma , Divya , Trijya Prajapatya , Gaurav , Solar , Savan , Chandra and Arch(ब्राह्म’, ‘दिव्य’, ‘त्रिज्या प्राजापत्य’, ‘गौरव’, ‘सौर’, ‘सावन’, ‘चान्द्र’ और ‘आर्क्ष’).
The first six units have been used to define the time (time) used by the emergence of the universe, from 'Brahma to solar'. Chandraman is used in the construction of Dainik Dinsharika Almanac, which determines the various rituals and festivals. The day of the solar day and the sidereal day are used to calculate the planetary motion. In this age of modern physics, we have given importance to these two units of time. 'Savan Din' prepares the concrete and good basis for measuring the time in both the methods (specialty and physics) due to its utility.

In ancient Indian method, the unit of time is divided and subdivided by the following type:
60 Influences = 1 moment
60 minutes = 1 hour (lathi / punishment)
21/2 hour = 1 hour
24 Hora = 1 Saw Day
In modern times, we divide the time (time) and subdivide it as follows-
60 seconds = 1 minute
60 minutes = 1 hour

24 hours = 1 day (Solar day)
In the sense of planetary gravity in Indian astrology, whatever bodies that appear to move us towards relative constellations in space, they are called planets. The literal meaning of the planet is incompatible with behavioral astrology in the form of Planet.

The unit (unit) of time (hour) is Hora (which is the hour equivalent to hour) arranging the names of the weekly days. According to Indian astrology, every Hora (hour) is called in the sequence of planetary names. There are seven planets that are visible in general without instruments. These planets of the Sun family know us as Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Som (Earth's satellite: Moon), Venus, Mercury and Sun. . In the above sequence, the sequence of the planets from the earth will be in the following manner when counting the planets' planets from the Earth's remote planet by converting the 'Sun' and the Earth's satellite 'Mon'.

Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Sun, Venus, Mercury and Chandra 2

If one day at sunrise the first Hora (Saturn) is Saturn, then second Hora will be of Jupiter, and in the same way, in the cyclic sequence, then on the second day the Sun will be Hora. Similarly, Chandra's next day, thereafter, in this sequence, there will be a lot of other planets.

On the sunrise, the name of the planet that will be the name of the day will be the lord of that day i.e. that will be a seven-day week and thereafter the names of days will be determined in the cyclical order 3 on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. 

In the next sections, we will discuss the sidereal day or the solar day.

Sidereal day:-
According to Aryabhatta 4, the person sitting on the boat as seen at the side of the river is moving in its opposite direction in the opposite direction, in the same way, the constellation (Nikhrityi Iti Nakshatra: i.e. distance between the two constellations is located) is visible. Because the earth revolves around its axis.
Although the goal of the Earth is on a continuous journey, but for mathematical simplicity, its motion is accumulated on the constellations and the earth is considered stable. 5

Indian astrology has defined the time taken between the emergence of a constellation in the form of a sidereal day. According to physics, the earth also travels in its chamber: equitable motion. Hence, the constellation located on the center of the earth, and walking around the earth, looks at the motion of the constellation. Earth's back of its axis: The time it takes to make a circle is called a sidereal day.

Savannah Day or Solar day:-

If a planet is on a particular day with a constellation, then on the second day, it appears to have been removed from that constellation some east. 6

So if one completes one revolution relative to the constellation of the planet, then the number of the total rotations of the planet, one of the constellations of the constellation will be less than one. 7

The period in which the Sun (or any planet) completes one round on the constellation (bhakra), is called "the year of the year" for the sun (sun or some planet). The solar period (Solarday) is called between the two consecutive periods of the sun. Astrology is of the opinion that a Mahayog 43,20,000 solar year is of 8 years. There are 1,58,22,37,828 sidereal day in the same Mahayug. The number of solar days is achieved by reducing the number of solar years by the number of sidereal days because the sun completes one round per year.
Hence the number of solar days in a Mahayuga - the number of days of constellation - the number of solar years
= 1582237828 - 432000 = 1577 9 17828
Hence the number of solar days (day, decrease, moment) in a solar year
= 1577 9 17828/432000
= 365.2587 = 365/15/30 (dd)
= 365 1/4 solar day
Similarly, the number of days of constellation in a solar year-
= 158223782 9/432000 = 366.2587 = 366/15/30 (dd)
= 366 1/4 constellation day

Thus, 365 1/4 solar day = 1 year = 366 1/4 constellation day. 10

Surya Siddhant, Manadhyay, (500 B.C.)
"Brahmin Divine and Pitri Prajaya Solar is considered as the first moon light. Neo.1. "
Surya Siddhant, Geography,
"Dhanamonan Bhana Modhadha: Rule.30."
Manda Meriyaaya Bhuputra Sun Shukrendujendev: .. "
Surya Siddhant, Geography,
"Mindadhad: Kraman Sansththa Dardhod: .. 78 .."
Aryabhatta, Golapad:, (AD 999)
"Analogimaginosta: The genuinely rebellious person.
Achalani Bhani Takadit Sampastimagani Lankayam .. "
Surya Siddhant, Geography, (500 B.C.)
"In parallel geography of Vyomni Tirity.
Illusion: Paramanduti Brahmans Dharanatmikam.32 .. "
Surya Siddhanta, Madhyamandh, (500 B.C.)
"Praggatitimatmasathesa frankai: preferential speed:.
Predictably, according to the results, Bhanhi Bhujjate.2.26 .. "
Surya Siddhanta, Madhyamandh, (500 B.C.)
"Atabhabayaanabanai: Self: Swarunaa: Self Self:".
Suryasiddhant, vaccine,
"It is the day-to-day celebration of the birth day of Saurashtra and Saurayambantya in the day-to-day life of Lord Vishnu.
Surya Siddhanta, Madhyamandh, (500 B.C.)
"Yuga Suryaj Shukraanan Khachatushardarnva ..29 .."
Surya Siddhanta, Madhyamandh, (500 B.C.)
"Bhanamantakshi Vaashraditidvadvashreshandev:.
Bhudeya Bhain: Self: Swarunaa: Swasvodaya Yuga.34 .. "
C.J.L., Wagstaff, London (1934)

Chapter 'Time', last line. -The Properties of Matter

Quantum of Time:-
Cronon is a unit for the proposed separate and indivisible unit of time in theoretical physics, which is known as the amount of time. Such a unit can be used as a part of the theory that proposes that time is not continuous but is composed of many different units. It should be emphasized that, according to our current understanding of physics, both Quantum mechanics and general relativity (which together make up most of modern physics) do not come in a time-quantified, separate package, but it is smooth and continuous. - See quantum timing clause. Although a discrete model may be useful for some more obscure and largely projected theories, those who try to combine quantum mechanics and relativity in the theory of quantum mechanics.

It is also unclear what a croon can cost. For this, a candidate is Planck Time (an infinitesimal 5.3 9 x 10-44seconds), which is the time required for light to travel at a distance of 1 Planck length in a vacuum, and it is believed by most physicists that it is the smallest Time measurement is possible, even in theory Although very small for many practical applications, Plank time is compatible with other Planck units for length, temperature, mass, density, etc., which are sometimes used in theoretical physics. Another potential candidate for Cronon is the time required for the light to travel to an electron's classical radius.

Multiples and Submultiples:-

For less than one second or units, the standard metric SI prefix can be obtained by applying the second one:

decisecond = 1/10 secondcentisecond = 1/100 secondmillisecond = 1/1,000 secondmicrosecond = 1/1,000,000 second
nanosecond = 10-9 second
picosecond = 10-12 second
femtosecond = 10-15 second
attosecond = 10-18 second
zeptosecond = 10-21 second
yoctosecond = 10-24 second
decasecond = 10 secondshectosecond = 100 secondskilosecond = 1,000 seconds (about 16.7 minutes)megasecond = 1,000,000 seconds (about 11.6 days)
gigasecond = 109 seconds (about 31.7 years)
terasecond = 1012 seconds (about 31,700 years)
petasecond = 115 seconds (about 31.7 million   years)
exasecond = 1018 seconds (about 31.7 billion   years)
zettasecond = 1021 seconds (about 31.7 trillion years)
yottasecond = 1024 seconds (about 31.7   quadrillion years)
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