[3rd update: Dec. 26th, 2013]
Every year for around 15 years I have been preparing an Uposatha Calendar for the coming year, which shows the dates the Pātimokkha is held.
This started off as a calendar for monks in Sri Lanka, but after leaving that country in 2008 it seemed worthwhile to extend it to show the dates in the various main traditions: Sri Lankan, Thai and Burmese.
I include here a pdf for printing, and also image files for quick viewing.
to calculate monastic dawn and midday anywhere in the world
and get a full year chart for your area, see this page.
3 thoughts on “Uposatha Calendar 2014/2556”
I noticed “Ubhato Patimokkha” written on the tag in the photo. What does that mean in this case — that the text contains both the bhikkhu and bhikkhuni patimokkha recitations?
Dear Ayya, yes indeed, the normal way to refer to both Pātimokkhas together is as Ubhato Pātimokkha.
Much, much merit for the new Uposatha Calendar. It is very useful and clearly set out. I checked it against the Galduva Uposatha Calendar, I received recently, and it tallies exactly. I will make a few copies for other monks, particularly those in Taenna.
I am still in Sri Lanka, staying in the Taenna area. I’ve been there almost 4 years now. My health is quite good, though I’ve had an ongoing prostate issue, which is not unusual for my age (61 now! ).
I hope your health has improved and that the visa situation in Malaysia is ok now.
With my Respects and thanks for your Dhamma work,