MONTHS Solar Month

When the centre of the Sun enters from one rashi to another, it is the sankranti of the other rashi. The time taken by the Sun from one sankranti to another is called a solar month. The time interval of every solar month differs because the angular velocity of the Sun is not uniform. When the angular velocity is more, the Sun crosses one rashi or sign early and that
solar month is smaller. Conversely, when the angular velocity of the Sun is less, the solar month is bigger. The average time of a solar month is 30.438 days.

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