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I've tried to edit the grammar and composition of this page. However, as I am not familiar with this calendar system, some of the material is so opaque to me that I cannot enhance its readability. (unsigned)
Fair enough - please - try the Islamic calendar article first - before tagging this one - see how you go with that. SatuSuro 10:14, 15 December 2006 (UTC)
Would you be more specific about what part is confusing to you? You know, something obvious to native Japanese like me is not so to non-Japanese. -- Taku 22:46, 26 August 2007 (UTC)
I understand the Javanese Pasaran calendar well- but after this article- boy am I confused! I'll give it a try editing- please let me how you like it or if I've made it a little easier to understand. And they forget the most important day Satu Suro! What tragedy! Usertalk:starstylers 1 May 2008Starstylers (talk) 18:21, 3 May 2008 (UTC)
"Markets no longer operate under this traditional Pasaran cycle, instead pragmatically remaining open every day of the Gregorian week"
There are very few traditional markets which still operate under traditional Pasaran cycle, such as Kotagede market in Yogyakarta which operates every Legi (Manis).--Farhan386 (talk) 05:08, 24 November 2010 (UTC)