> A Himalayan monastery reckoned time by a calendar with a year divided into
> 153 parts called gongs. Every gong, a monk would strike the temple gong.
> The lama was asked about this method of time-keeping. He explained that
> seeing M months transpire after N gongs would portend that N months would
> transpire after M years. In effect, the gong-lunar cycle is analogous to
> luni-solar cycle. What is the mean year of this calendar?
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