Calendar

Each year in Abmiram is divided into 10 months. Each months contains 36 days/6 weeks. Each week is 6 days long.

Six of ten of Abmiram’s months are named in honor of the paragons of Nayir–those months best associated with the divine power or signature nature each paragon possesses–while the other four months are named for other facets of Nayir’s power seen in nature which are not controlled by the paragons. During the last week of each month the people of Abmiram hold a festival to celebrate certain aspects of life or of the season for which they are especially grateful. Every culture has adopted the monthly celebrations of the others, but the culture to which the month’s patron paragon belongs is usually by far the most festive.

1st Annuren
Named For:   The steady flowing of time
Month-end Event:   Celebration of Time – Renewal, Goal-setting, Planning

2nd Safferen
Named For:   Saffera, Paragon of the Esrile, Master of Nature
Month-end Event:   Festival of Saffera – Life, Flowers, Growth, Fertility

3rd Landren
Named For:   The rich land upon which Abmiram sits
Month-end Event:  Celebration of Land – Planting, Hard work

4th Etairen
Named For:   Etain, Paragon of the Sebellpans, Lightmaster, High Priestess of Nayir
Month-end Event:   Festival of Etain – Light, Knowledge, Charitable gift-giving

5th Ronderen
Named For:   Rondelace, Paragon of the Renommans, Master of the Spirit
Month-end Event:   Festival of Rondelace – Good will, Friendly competition

6th Jutelren
Named For:   Jutelle, Paragon of the Varogels, Firemaster
Month-end Event:   Festival of Jutelle – Fire, Fireshows, Harvest

7th Airren
Named For:   The winds which bring changing of the weather across the land
Month-end Event:   Celebration of Winds – Change, Communication, Openness

8th Silvren
Named For:   The coming of annual storms and rains across Abmiram
Month-end Event:   Celebration of Storms – Family, Safety, Home

9th Taushuren
Named For:   Taushung, Paragon of the Yakhuru, Mindmaster
Month-end Event:   Festival of Taushung – Honoring the dead

10th Oriaren
Named For:   Oriali, First Paragon of the Anauli, Watermaster
Month-end Event:   Festival of Oriali – Accomplishments of the year