04 November 2020
Chaturthi upto 18:41
Mrigashirsha upto 18:15
Shiva upto 20:14
Baalava upto 18:41
Kauvala upto 31:29
10:36 − 11:53
08:02 − 09:19
22:11 − 22:13
11:53 − 13:10
08:36 − 10:21
Today’s Panchang is the daily Hindu calendar followed by Vedic astrology which throws light on Today’s Tithi, and auspicious and inauspicious timings among others. It is based on Vijay Vishwa Panchang, which is the rarest of Panchang, that is used by expert Astrologers for hundreds of years. Through Daily Panchang, you can get all the information about the time, date and day to determine the most appropriate timings to begin an auspicious activity or a new venture, warding off all negative impact and unnecessary struggles.
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.
According to ancient sages and the Vedas, when an individual acts in harmony with the environment, it responds in a positive manner and helps the individual to accomplish his/her work successfully. Hindu Day Panchang plays a vital role in establishing this harmony and by using it one may gain astrological insights into the Tithi, yogas and auspicious- inauspicious timings. They may know the appropriate time based on the astral configuration and make the most of their time and work.
Astrologers suggest people to view their Day Panchang daily and follow it to begin any new work or perform auspicious events such as marriage ceremonies, civic affairs, important events, inaugurals, new business ventures etc.
Hindu Tithi or Thithi is the Lunar day or the time taken by the longitudinal angle between the Sun and the Moon to increase by 12 degrees. These Lunar days may vary in duration and can be anywhere between 21.5 hours to 26 hours
As per Vedic astrology, a Lunar month consists of 30 Tithis or full Lunar days. These are further divided into 2 Paksha or Lunar phases, called “Krishna Paksha” and “Shukla Paksha”. Each of the Paksha consists of 15 Tithis.
By knowing the important Hindu Tithis which are auspicious, you can determine the best time to accomplish success and happiness in everything that you do.
Scroll below to know more about the Panchang and related questions that arise frequently and gain in-depth information about Panchang and its significance.
The following are the terms that one should be well-versed with for better understanding of Day Panchang. It offers accurate information about various astrological occurrences and in some way helps you find the most appropriate time to start anything new.