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Panchang

Calendar:
Place:
29th
Wednesday
January, 2020
  • sunrise
  • sunset
  • Moonrise
  • Moonset
  • Vedic Sunrise
  • Vedic Sunset
Tithi
  • Paksha
  • Ritu
  • Sun Sign
  • Moon Sign
  • Vedic Sunrise
  • Panchang Yog
  • Vikram Samvat
  • Shaka Samvat
  • Vikram Samvat Name
  • Shaka Samvat Name
  • Disha School
Tithi
  • Tithi Number
  • Tithi Name
  • Special
  • Deity
  • End Time : :

Nakshatra
  • Nak Number
  • Nak Name
  • Ruler
  • Deity
  • Special
  • End Time : :

Yog
  • Yog Number
  • Nak Name
  • Special
  • End Time : :

Karan
  • Karan Number
  • Karan Name
  • Deity
  • End Time : :

Inauspicious Timing (Ashubha Muhurt)

  • Abhijit Muhurta From to
  • Rahukaal From to
  • GuliKaal From to
  • Yamghant Kaal From to

About Panchang

In Hindu Civilization, muhurata or calculation of time is of special importance, for doing any work, special consideration of time is taken from the middle of astrology, and auspiciousness of time is seen through panchang.

What is panchang – Panchang means five + organ, Panchang is mainly made up of five things, which are – date, day, constellation, yoga, karan, by these the knowledge of any auspicious and non-auspicious time can be done easily.

Date – Moon is the basis of date. By 12 denomination of moon one date is formed, or we can say moon’s one art = 12 denomination is said to be a date. After 12 = 12 after passing of the constellation of  denomination, when moon passes the constellation of 180 degrees then that condition of date is called full moon or Purnima and when this difference becomes 360 degrees it is called as no moon or Amavasya. In a month there are 30 dates. 15 are of Krishna paksha and 15 dates are of Shukla paksha, last date of Shukla paksha is Purnima and last date of Krishna paksha is Amavasya.

Name of dates – 1 Pratipada, 2 Dwitiya, 3 Tritiya, 4 Chaturthi, 5 Panchami, 6 Shashti, 7 Saptmi, 8 Ashtmi, 9 Navmi, 10 Dashmi, 11, Ekadashi, 12 Dwadashi, 13 Trayodashi, 14 Chaturdashi, 15 Purnima, 16 Amavasya.

Days – Calculation of days respectively: is considered from sunrise to sunrise and number of days is seven.

1. Sunday or Ravivar 2. Monday or Somvar 3. Tuesday or Mangalvar 4. Wednesday or Budhvar 5. Thursday or Guruvar 6. Friday or Shukravar 7. Saturday or Shanivar.

Constellation(Nakshtra) Collection of stars in the sky is called as constellation, ‘Na Ksharti iti Nakshatram’ one which doesn’t move according to this derivation are called as constellation. Number of constellation is 27 and, adding Abhijit is considered to be 28. The sequence is as follows – 1. Ashvani 2. Bharni 3. Kritika 4. Rohini 5. Mrigshira 6. Aadra 7. Punarvasu 8. Pushya 9. Ashlesha 10. Magha 11. Purvafalguni 12. Uttarfalguni 13. Hasta 14. Chitra 15. Swati 16. Vishakha 17. Anuradha 18. Jyestha 19. Mool 20. Purvaashaadh 21. Uttarashaadh 22. Shraavan 23. Ghanistha 24. Shatbhisha 25. Purvabhadrapad 26. Uttatabhadrapad 27. Revati.

Yoga – In Fruitful astrology, some special time and situation in which special position of Sun and moon happens, those positions are called as yogas. The number of Yogas is 27, which are as follows – 1. Vishkumbha, 2. Priti, 3. Ayushman, 4. Saubhagya, 5. Shobhan 6. Atigand, 7. Sukarma, 8. Ghriti, 9. Shool, 10. Gand, 11. Vridhi, 12. Dhruva, 13. Vyaghat, 14. Harshal, 15. Vakka, 16. Siddhi, 17. Vyatipat, 18. Variyan, 19. Paridhi, 20. Shiva, 21. Sidhha, 22. Sadhya, 23. Shubh, 24. Shukla, 25. Brahma, 26. Aendra, 27. Vaighriti.

Karan – The half part of date is considered as karan. Karan is of two types Char or moving and sthir or stable, Char karan is of 7 types and Sthir charan is of 4 types. Which are as follows Char Karan 1. Bav, 2. Baalav, 3. Kaulav, 4. Taitil, 5. Gar, 6. Vanijya, 7. Vishti.

Sthir Karan – 1 – Shakuni, 2. Chatushpaad, 3. Naag, 4. Kinstughan

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