Shashthi upto 28:50
Revati upto 07:08
Shubha upto 25:25
Kauvala upto 16:15
Taitila upto 28:50
15:00 − 16:18
12:24 − 13:42
13:23 − 13:24
16:18 − 17:36
12:03 − 12:45
Ancient sages and the Vedas, which hold their wisdom, have articulated since time immemorial that when an individual acts in harmony with the environment, the environment also responds in a harmonious manner taking the individual as a part of the whole. Hindu Panchang plays a vital role in helping its followers act in harmony with their environment by offering an insight into the important tithi (date) for a prosperous work to start. Without consulting a Panchang in Hindu religion, auspicious events like marriage ceremonies, civic affairs, important events, inaugurals, examinations, interviews, starting new business/project and fresh beginnings are not carried out.
Panchang, also known as Panchangam, is the Hindu calendar followed by the Vedic astrology. Hindu Panchang constitutes of 5 components, namely: Tithi (The Lunar Day), Vara (Day of the Week), Nakshatra (Lunar Mansion), Yoga (Luni-Solar Day) and Karana (Half Lunar Day). Panchang charts the movements of the Sun and the Moon, and tabulates the placement of these two celestial bodies and those of other planets for each day of the year for a pre-determined place (Longitude & Latitude) and time (24 Hour IST). The relevant data for a “fixed location” can be computed by accounting for the difference between the concerned Place and Time. “Vishva Vijay Panchang” carries information for 100 years, which is the rarest of all panchangs.
Put simply, a Panchang gives an individual an idea of an auspicious day, date and time to initiate an auspicious activity, and to ward off any negative impact and prevent avoidable struggles. mPanchang provides you extensive, ready-to-consult, and free information on Hindi Panchang. You can check‘Panchang for today’ or ‘Aaj ka Panchang’ in Hindu Calendar or Gujarati Calendar available on mPanchang.
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Here, you will find all the relevant information in the Hindu calendar for monthly panchang. Scroll below to find out the good times and those you need to avoid for new beginnings and accomplishments. Here are a few terms that you should be versed with for better understanding of a Panchang and harness its knowledge to unlock the doors for successful enterprise.
Sunrise and Sunset – The true length of a day is considered to be from one sunrise to another in the Hindu calendar. So, the time of sunrise and sunset assume great importance when astrology or Jyotish is referred to. All major decisions are taken only after considering the position of the Sun and Moon.
Moonrise and Moonset – Moonrise time and Moonset time play an important role in the Hindu calendar that identifies the auspicious time and days for fresh beginnings.
Shaka Samvat – Shaka Samvat is Indian official civil calendar, which was established in 78 AD.
Amanta Month – The Hindu calendar, which ends the lunar month on a new-moon day, is known as Amanta Month. Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal and Tripura are some of the states who follow this Hindu calendar.
Purnimanta Month - The Hindu calendar which ends the lunar month on a full-moon day is known as Purnimanta Month. Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh are the states that follow this Hindu calendar.
Sun sign and Moon sign – The sun sign indicates the personality of an individual based on the zodiac, while the Moon sign is the second most important aspect in a native’s horoscope.
Paksha – Tithi is divided into two halves. Each ‘half’ is known as a Paksha. There are two Pakshas, namely: Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha.
Abhijit Nakshatra – When transition of Lord Brahma happens in the Capricorn or Makra Zodiac, it is known as Abhijit Nakshatra. This is considered to be a one of the most auspicious periods for taking up new task and for making new purchases.
Amrit Kalam – This is the time for annaprasana samskara and for other Hindu rituals. This is considered a very auspicious period.
Gulikai Kalam – Gulika was the son of Manda, alias Shani. The period is known as Gulikai Kalam. It is not considered auspicious to initiate any work during this period and should be avoided.
Yamaganda – This is an inauspicious period, and is a hindrance to any successful and prosperous venture.
Dur Muhurtam – It occurs once in a day before the sunset. This time should be avoided to take up any auspicious activity
Varjyam Kalam – The Varjyam or Vishagatika is the time which starts from the current day and ends on the following day. This is not considered to be a benign period.
Rahu Kalam – The period of Rahu is not considered to be good for any work. Rahu’s influence should be totally avoided for any new initiative.
You can find exhaustive and in-depth information for every Tithi on mPanchang.
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