A Calendar is a system for organizing days for social, religious, commercial or administrative purposes. This is typically done by naming specific periods of time, typically days, weeks, months and years. A date is the designation of a single, specific day in such a system.

Each civilization on Nakti has developed at least a rudimentary way of keeping track ot fime, whether by observing solar/lunar cycles, taking seasons into account, counting day/night cycles, or other means.

Various Calendars

Culture Current Date Origin Description Conversion
Abun 2228 CE Unification  of Abun by Yaz "Buraldkin" 400 days in a year, 100 in a month, 7 days in a week.  Standard Time, ST
Nikiltu 536 CE

Founding of the Scrollkeepers

Many regional months, weeks and holidays,  400 days in a year ST - 1692