Talk:Kurdish calendar

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This needs lots of cleanup and research. I'll do the best I can Watermaren 19:27, 26 April 2007 (UTC)

Most of it is now done, so if you can add anything on top of it please do! --Flavallee:Talk 10:56, 19 January 2008 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Flavallee (talkcontribs)
I forgot to mention I took out the Hystory section because I couldn't find any resources other than the Kurdish Blog showing the fact or the existence of the sultani tropical kurdish calendar, please provide me with more sources for the fact so we can add it to the article! --Flavallee (talk) 11:06, 19 January 2008 (UTC)

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From Ángel García angel.garcia2001@googlemail.com

 The chapter "The Kurdish Days of the Week" has a lot of mistakes.
  ´Arabic "yaumu s-sabt", not "Sabbath".
  Roman calendar in 321 AD, not BC.
  (the Iranian language in Arsakidian Persia) - not Sasanian. Ardashîr took power only in 221 AD.
  "the ´Arab conquest in AD 621" is wrong. The battles were in 637 and in 642.
  "(Friday) which is a free day of work for many Muslim cultures in Mideast." - Muslim, not in other states.
  The next two phrases need complete reformulating. 
  "Jemu which is Avestay world Jem that have survived..." is not English plus wrong. Gumu´ah is normal ´Arabic for "gathering, Friday" from root gama´a "he collected, gathered".
                                                  García 217.226.33.187 (talk) 20:52, 26 May 2008 (UTC)
  I forgot: last line SéKshembe, CHúwÂrshembe, PéKshembe without K's - these are wrong. García 217.226.33.187 (talk) 21:04, 26 May 2008 (UTC)

dont know why Kurdish people want to create new history ???? Kurds were Normad people and how come they get a Calender ? maybe after they get mixed with other culture[edit]

Kurds were Normad people and how come they get a kalender ? maybe after they get mixed with other culture and start learn agriculture they get to know about some other culture systems.. please stop thinking that Babylon people are Kurdish whoever think this is uneducated..Babylon is just a city where people from east and from west live together and shared their culture and tradition..moreover it was also a city for traders who came from east and west.. its a shame how Kurdish people lie about their history alot without any evidence ( oh yes people distroy your culture ? how culture never gets distroyed even if religion changes ) please its realy shame to the kurdish people.