Vaisnava Calendar Information


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file icon Locationshot!Tooltip 10/10/2008 Hits: 12702
Augment the standard locations list in GCal with nearly 100,000 additional places, grouped by country! Download this zipped archive, extract the files for the countries you need, and import them at the Locations Manager Screen, available on the File Menu of GCal.
file icon GCal Release Historyhot!Tooltip 08/22/2011 Hits: 9892
This document describes the programming changes implemented in GCal from inception up to version 11.
file icon GCal for Windows - Version 11hot!Tooltip 08/22/2011 Hits: 21798
GCal, developed by the GBC Vaisnava Calendar Committee of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), is a free Windows standalone desktop program for calculating calendars according to the Gaudiya Vaisnava system. You must be registered, confirmed, and logged in to download this file or the documentation. Registration is free, and by registering you will automatically receive any notifications about the program. To register, click "Create an account" in the sidebar.This is the eleventh publicly available version of GCal, released for download on 21st August 2011. For program modifications since the earlier versions, see the GCal Release History file.
file icon GCal for Macintoshhot!Tooltip 07/21/2010 Hits: 8381
This is an upgrade of the Vaisnava Calendar program (GCal) for Mac OS X, fixing a bug that occurred sometimes in break fast timing calculation. Requirements: Mac OS X version 10.5 (Leopard) or higher. Program features are similar to GCal for Windows. One of the extended features is direct export of selected calendar data to iCal application. GCal for MAC has been available publicly for about a month, so feedback from users is most welcome.


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