Johns Hopkins University a scientist pahnih chuan calender thar siam an rawt chhuak pek a. Chuta an rawt dan chuan Krismas hi Chawlhni (Sunday) ah a tla ziah dawn a, thla thum danah (every third month) ni 31 zel awmin thla dang zawng chuan ni 30 a nei ang a, a vaiin ni 364 a awm ang.
Every third month on the new calendar would have 31 days, with the rest of the months having 30, for a total of 364 days. They would drop the quadrennial 366-day leap years entirely in favor of an extra week at the end of December every five or six years.
The pair say their calendar is different from other alternative calendars proposed in the past because it keeps each week at seven days.
“All of the major (other calendars) have involved breaking the seven-day cycle of the week, which is not acceptable to many people because it violates the Fourth Commandment about keeping the Sabbath Day,” Henry says. “Our version never breaks that cycle.”
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