A day of Bramha consists of 1000 Mahayugas. Each mahayugas has four yugas. They are
|Name of the Yug||Duration in Years|
|Krita or Satya||1,728,000|
Now if I have done my sums correctly, each mahayuga is exactly 4,320,000 years (or 4.32 million years) and therefore a day of Brahma is 4.32 billion years.
5 thoughts on “A Day of Bramha”
A day of Brahma is 1 Kalpa and so is the night. Thus, Brahma’s 24 hour day = 2 Kalpas.
1 Kalpa = 14 Manvantar.
1 Manvantar = 71 Mahayuga
1 Mahayuga = Sum of all 4 Yuga = 4320000
thus, 1 Kalpa = 4294080000
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