Mr. Aimun is a humorist, expert in numbers counting, and owner of a renowned Aimun Library (since 1983) situated in Chanesar Goth, Karachi. He wrote 6 Novels and books on fiction and humor. He has been researching the calendar since 20 years. He said about his research that he hase come to a conclusion that this calendar contains a very significant error, which has not been noticed by anyone for the last 500 years. But three years later, the attention will surely come. Three years later, when we will start writing 2020 in our daily calculation, the question will arise is this the 21st year of the 21st century or the 20th year of the 21st century? At that time, experts around the world will sit down and think of a solution to this problem, while I identified the error 20 years ago and also proposed a solution. Praise be to Allah! To date, my research has not been understood by anyone. I am hopeful that after 3 years, the value of my research will be truly sensitized.
According to my research, on December 31, 2016, the Eisvi ended “2017” and the eighteenth year of the Eisvi calendar began on January 1st, 2017. To understand this calculation I have created a dial-up calendar that makes it very clear.
The event was organized by the Arts Council’s Adabi Committee (Fiction) in collaboration with Social Students Forum Karachi on 16th December 2019 at Manzar Akber Hall, Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi.