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Anyone familiar with developing an iOS App. I need an app that automatically calculates the:

Start & End time of Amrit Vela based on location.

Duration of Amrit Vela

Calculate time for Rehraas 

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58 minutes ago, singhsince1981 said:

Anyone familiar with developing an iOS App. I need an app that automatically calculates the:

Start & End time of Amrit Vela based on location.

Duration of Amrit Vela

Calculate time for Rehraas 

Well wherever you are amritvela is 12 to 6 and Rehras is when the sun starts to set so you can just open a wather app and see.

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43 minutes ago, Arsh1469 said:

Well wherever you are amritvela is 12 to 6 and Rehras is when the sun starts to set so you can just open a wather app and see.

I heard Amrit Vela is 4th pahar of noght, which is couple hours b4 sunrise. The angle of sunrays and light make this time special. Its not just blanket 12-6.

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3 minutes ago, Arsh1469 said:

To make amrit vela simple it is 12 - to whenever the sun rises which is usally 6

Sun does not rise @6 in all locations. For example at higher latitudes it can rise at 9am in the winter and at 4 am in peak summer. This is why. Do you live in India?

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Obviously the sun doesn't allways rise at 6 but 6 is usally when it rises. I live in Canada. Right now in winter the sun rises at 7:59. But I say 6 as if you do nitnem after 6 people start waking up and there is noise.

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58 minutes ago, Arsh1469 said:

Obviously the sun doesn't allways rise at 6 but 6 is usally when it rises. I live in Canada. Right now in winter the sun rises at 7:59. But I say 6 as if you do nitnem after 6 people start waking up and there is noise.

Where are you in Canada?

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ios developing platform should have code libraries that have things like plugins for geolocation and sunrise time. You should be able to provide dawn minus x hours pretty easily based on location. 

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5 hours ago, Arsh1469 said:

Not gonna give my full location but I live on the west coast.

You are in Vancouver. 

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