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Reverie Language Technologies, a pioneer in digital language technology solutions have launched an easy to access and cruft-free calendar app called Indic Calendar. Reverie’s Indic Calendar app, currently available on Google Play store, built for Indians, irrespective of their linguistic proficiency, cultural and religious affiliations.
The information on the Indic Calendar is available in 11 Indian languages – Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Assamese, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia and Punjabi.
Reverie’s visually appealing Indic Calendar app is based on lunar calendar. The calendar allows access to auspicious occasions pertaining to Hindu festivals of 29 Indian states. The calendar highlights thithi, nakshatra and rashi details based on the Panchang. It also shows the sunrise /sunset time for the day selected.
Culturally, Indians follow the panchang for auspicious tithis and nakshatras for important life decisions. The life decisions could be around travel, starting a new business or project, examination, attending interviews and various other life events.
Once downloaded, the easy to use Indic Calendar allows the user to access the auspicious dates based on their respective native states or by their choice of festival. At a time the user can search dates from three consecutive years– previous, current and the next year.
Arvind Pani, CEO and co-founder Reverie Language Technologies said “With Reverie’s Indic Calendar app the dates can be accessed anywhere anytime, replacing the wall-hanging calendar in homes. Indic Calendar is for those looking for dates for Ratha Yatra in Jagannatha Puri or dates of Onam, Akshaytritya, Diwali, Bihu and other Indian festivals and auspicious days.”
The quick reference guide app is available for free on Google Store. Reverie’s Indic calendar occupies only 1.34 MB on the mobile device with a pleasing user-interface.
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