Eclipse and Saros Cycles Calculations
If I don't mistake Kala is using Swiss ephemeris to for it's calculations.
Swiss ephemeris is a compressed and expanded version of NASA's JPL ephemeris.
So most of Kala calculations is based on the accuracy of JPL's ephemeris created by NASA.
Will it not be wiser to rely on NASA's Calculations about eclipses and Saros cycle found in the following link:
Because if they are wrong then the whole basis of our calculations is wrong.....
Yes, i would use the saros from nasa and that means you need to study the first chart of the cycle if its different than in the eagle and the lark to come up with the cycle interpretation.
Nasa data will be the most accurate. Older software was very inaccurate in respect to older dates, the swiss ephemeris is the only ephemeris that is accurate to older dates, and by older, I mean even 200 years back.