32 by 01८. This is what has been stated." A lunar month is also divided into sixty parts called karapas. These sixty karaas are divided into eight cycles of seven movable karar:05, bearing the names Bava, Balava, Kaulava, Taitila, Gara, Vapija, and Visti respect ively, and four immovable karanas, bearing the names Sakumi, Catuspada, Naga, and Kinstughma respectively The first round of the movable karanas begins with the second half of the first titlt in the light half of the month, and the eighth round ends with the light half of the month, the second kararror is Bava, the third karana is Balava, the fourth kara८ is Kaulava, and so on; and in the dark half of the month, the first karapa is Balava, the second kar८a is Kaulava, and The four immovable karapas occur in succession after the eighth round of the cycle of the seven movable karap05. The following table will clarify the with respect to the tilis. occurrence of the various karanas 1 That is to say: If it is the light half of the month, divide the true longitude the Moon as diminished by that of the Sun, reduced to minutes, of by 360. The uotient diminished by one should be divided by seven and the remainder counted with Bava. This gives the karand clapsed before If it is the dark half of the month;subtract the longitude of the Sun from that of the Moon, and diminish that difference by six signs. Reduce it to minutes and divide by 360. The quotient increased by one should be divided by seven and the remainder counted with Bava. This gives the karana clapsed before sunrise.
- The karapa Vist is also
.. 'The time elapsed at sunrise since the beginning of the current kara१० should be determined from the remainder obtained after division by 360 as in the case of the titl. nown as Bhadra and is considered inauspicious.