Saturday Rahukalam & Yamagandam Timings

Saturday Rahu kaal Timings

Date : 12 Dec, 2019

Rahu Kaal is known as the most inauspicious and unfavorable time of the day. According to Vedic Astrology, Rahu Kaal, also known as Rahu Kalam, covers a period of 90 minutes every day. It is known that this period is ruled by Rahu, and that is why it is considered as a bad time for important and auspicious work. It is believed that anything started in the Rahukalam timings doesn’t give beneficial results and often leads to failure. 

Before starting anything new, or calculating the Muhurat, Rahukalam Yamagandam and Gulika Kalam are the time of the day that are considered unfortunate and inauspicious. 

Usage of Rahu Kaal Yamagandam timings and Gulika Kaal is popular in South India, and people often refer to daily Choghadiya to find daily Rahu kalam, and refer to Rahukalam Yamagandam timings today. 

RahuKalam Yamagandam Timings for Saturday

The table shows timings for Rahu Kaal, Yamagandam and Gulika Kaal for every day of the week, as per the generic calculations of Vedic Astrology. For Saturday Rahukalam, Saturday Yamagandam and Saturday Gulika Kaal timings, follow the table mentioned-

Day

Rahu Kalam

Yama gandam

Gulika

Monday

07:30-09:00

13:30-15:00

10:30-12:00

Tuesday

15:00-16:30

12:00-13:30

09:00-10:30

Wednesday

12:00-13:30

10:30-12:00

07:30-09:00

Thursday

13:30-15:00

09:00-10:30

06:00-07:30

Friday

10:30-12:00

07:30-09:00

15:00-16:30

Saturday

09:00-10:30

06:00-07:30

13:30-15:00

Sunday

16:30-18:00

15:00-16:30

12:00-13:30

This table shows an approximate calculations for everyday of the week. To get daily Rahukalam timings today, it is always considered best to refer to daily Panchang and Choghadiya. 

How To Calculate Rahukalam Timings Today

In Vedic Astrology, there is a specific and direct way of calculating the Rahu Kaal for each day. As per the vedic calculations, the time between Sunrise and Sunset is split into 8 equal segments. In this calculation, the time for Sunrise is considered as 6:00 AM and Sunset as 6:00 PM. This shows that the day lasts for 12 Hours, hence, these 12 Hours are divided into 8 equal parts, giving every segment a period of 1.5 Hours. 

Rahu Kaal is not considered auspicious for starting a new business or events. Although, there is no problem in continuing daily activities already started in an auspicious muhurat. In situations when you cannot avoid doing important tasks during the Rahu Kaal, then it is advised to worship Lord Hanuman by offering panchamrit and jaggery and reading Hanuman Chalisa. Consuming this prasad before starting auspicious work will keep the malefic effects of Rahu away.


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