How to name TWELVE MONTHS?.

How to name TWELVE MONTHS?
An interesting story that gives you a chance to peek through the windows of history

365 days of the year have 12 months. Some are 30, some are 31 and some are 28 or 29 days old.

The story of how these months were named has an interesting background.



The first month of the year was named after Janus, a Roman god.
The god John is said to have been worshiped only in times of war, not in peace. The deity had two heads, with which he could see back and forth at the same time. Reviews It is also said that the Latin word for January is Genoa.Derived from “door”. Thus January means “door of the year”. The month of January consists of 31 days.



February was once considered the last month of the year and December the second month. February was the second month of the year in the time of Jesus. This month is also unique in that it has a minimum of 28 days, while a leap year has 29 days in February. Thus the leap year consists of 366 days. Every fourth year is a leap year. This is because the sun travels around the earth in 365 days and six hours. But in 3 years, it counts only 365 days per year, while in the fourth year, if you add 1/4 part, it becomes equal to one day.Adding one more day, it is called the 366-day leap year. The word February is also derived from the Latin Febru m, which means “source of purity”.



This month is named after the Roman god Mars. Mars is called Mars in Urdu. It is said that this god was very dangerous. According to Rumi Deumala, the deity used to stand in his chariot with a very strong horse, holding a spear.
The point of the spear was towards the sky. The shield was in the other hand.
The face of the deity would be raised towards the sky. The Romans considered him the most powerful deity. According to their belief, rain, lightning, clouds and lightning were all in the hands of the god Mars. This month also consists of 31 days.The word March is derived from the Latin word Martius. The same word is also used to name the planet Mars. The month of March usually marks the beginning of spring.



This month consists of 30 days. April is derived from the Latin word, Aprilis. It means opener, beginner. As new plants and trees begin to grow in this month, it is attributed to the angel of spring, not to any goddess or deity.



It is the fifth month of the year and has 30 days. Even in this month, some effects of spring remain. The word May is derived from the French word MAI in the English language. It is derived from the Latin word Maius.It is also said that the month was named after a Roman goddess, Maia. According to the Romans, this vast land was carried on the shoulders of the deity. The deity had seven daughters, of whom Mayadevi was most famous.



The month was also named after a goddess, Juno. However, according to some people, the name was named after the famous Roman man Johnny Les. Juno was the daughter of Jupiter, the chief of the gods, while Johnny Les was a ruthless and cruel man.



This month is not named after the goddess, but after Julius Caesar, a famous Roman ruler. At one time it was the fifth month. Julius Caesar was the famous emperor of ancient Rome.The famous poet and playwright William Shakespeare also wrote a play on “Julius Caesar”.



The eighth month of the year. It has 31 days.
Earlier it was the sixth month because then the year started from March and there were ten months in total i.e. March to December. That was the difference between the months of the lunar year and the solar year. The lunar year had twelve months, while the solar year had 10 months. Two more months were added to make up for the shortfall.

January and February. Thus the solar year also became 12 months.

After an increase in the solar year, August was named after the ancient Roman emperor Augustus. (There were 29 days earlier in this month, later Julius Caesar added 2 days to 31 months).The name of the first Roman emperor Augustus was something else. When he worked hard for the welfare of the people, the Romans became so attached to him that he came to be known as Augustus. The name means wise, prudent. Therefore, this month was named Augustus.



Has 30 days. Made from the Latin word sept (se pt) which means “seventh.” So September means “seventh month”. But then a new calendar layout came out and it went to the ninth level.



In Latin, eight is called Octo. That is why the eighth month of the year was named October. October means “eighth month”. It has 31 days. It is now the tenth month.

It has 30 days. In Latin, 9 is called Novum. The month was named after him. November means “ninth month”. September is the seventh month, October is the eighth month and November is the ninth month when the months of January and February were not included in the year. Later the names of these months remained the same but September The ninth, October the tenth, and November the eleventh.



This month has 31 days. In Latin, ten means ten (De cem). Due to this word, the tenth month is called December. Now it is the twelfth month of the year.

When did the Romans abandon the mythology of their gods and convert to Christianity? For them, it is just a matter of stories But it is surprising that Hindu mythology, which is even more ridiculous and extremely linguistic than Roman, which makes one laugh when one reads it. Not only do Hindus blindly believe in it, but their ideology is becoming more extremist.

Published by Asim Hanif

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