Thursday, July 27, 2017

High tide and Tithi

We can find out the time of high tide from Tithi: but not from the date according to modern calendar. He is how one can find the Tithi:

Calculate 3/4th of Tithi and add to it three times of Tithi as minutes.

For ex:- take Tithi 12. The 3/4th of Tithi is 9. Three times the Tithi is 3x12=36 minutes.

So at 9.36, we will witness high side of the sea, in the morning as well as in the nigh.

If the Tithi is Pournima or 15, its 3/4th is 45/4=11-15 minutes. Add 15x3=45 minutes to 11.15. This comes to 12. Therefore at 12 noon and 12 midnight there will be high tide.

The date in any modern calendar cannot give this information, which will be blessing for a layman or sailor.

Dr.P.V.Vartak MBBS
(Veda Vidnyana Mandala)
521 Shaniwar Peth,
Pune 411030

Publisher of Books such as:
a. The Scientific Dating of the Mahabharata War
b. The Scientific Dating of the Ramayana and the Vedas etc

The above are excerpts taken from the book "The Scientific Dating of the Ramayana and the Vedas"


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