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Panchang for Friday, 27 November 2020


Friday 27, November 2020

Ayana - Dakshinayana

Hemant

  • Sunrise

    6:52:28

    Sunset

    17:23:32

    Moonrise

    15:43:12

    Moonset

    3:57:11

  • Hindu Sunrise

    6:56:42

    Hindu Sunset

    17:19:20

  • Sun sign

    Scorpio

    Moon sign

    Aries

Panchang Elements

Tithi Shukla Dwadashi upto 7:47:51 Next : Shukla Trayodashi
Nakshatra Ashwini upto 24:23:6 Next : Bharni
Yog Vyatipaat upto 8:29:22 Next : Variyaan
Karan Baalav upto 7:46:51 Next : Taitil

Hindu Month & Year

  • Vikram Samvat

    2077-Pramadi

    Shaka Samvat

    1942-Sharvari

  • Paksha

    Shukla-Paksha

    Ayana

    Dakshinayana

  • Purnimanta

    Kartika

    Amanta

    Kartika

  • Sun Sign

    Scorpio

    Moon sign

    Aries


Inauspicious Timing

  • Rahu Kalam

    10:49:07 - 12:08:00

    Yamghant Kalam

    14:45:46 - 16:04:39

    Gulika Kalam

    08:11:21 - 09:30:14

    Dur Muhurtam

    11:59:42-12:46:09

    Varjyam

    09:53:20-11:25:24

Auspicious Timing

  • Abhijit Muhurta

    11:47 - 12:29

    Amrit Kalam

    08:11:21 - 09:30:14

Other Yoga

Dhwaja upto 25:14:16 Next: Srivatsa

Shool & Nivas

  • Disha Shool

    WEST

    Nakshatra Shool

    none

  • Moon Nivash

    EAST


The authentic and diverse Hindu Astrology or Indian Vedic Astrology is a sort of Hindu Almanac. In literal meaning, it means "Five Limbs (parts)". Panchang is an Astrological diary used by astrologers for different calculations and predictions. It is referred to as discovering and selecting a suitable time for various occasions, functions, ceremonies, or events such as education, marriage, and travel. Investing time and money on new business ventures, projects, examinations, and interviews, or any other auspicious events might be fruitful for you. It might have a considerable impact on all aspects of your life.

What is Panchang? Why we see Panchang?

Panchang is used to sync or match with the present position of planets in every individual's astrological chart to find information such as to know more about the good days and times. It is an authentic and ancient way to sync and balance your actions as it would be immensely helpful to dodge any sort of obstacles and escalate your opportunity to strive for growth and better. Now, if you look at this from a different perspective, it would help find out about the good and bad days for an individual. Panchang would be helpful, and one could know, understand, and find out the nature, behaviour, and quality of any day in reference to the authentic and ancient Indian Vedic Astrology. It is eventually believed that time is basically energy which has great and unique qualities which could be reined in for your extensive growth and progress.

Mythology behind Panchang

The enhancing idea of Panchang's utility is at the bottom. According to the ancient belief or law of nature, according to which each action brings out an equal and opposite reaction. You must act in harmony, and so the aura would be extremely peaceful. It would make you feel calm and relaxed. It would help you to inculcate harmony, peace, and stability in life. Undeniably, time is priceless, and so one should respect it. With the knowledge of ancient Panchang would enable you to understand and know the quality of time and moment, which would definitely help individuals to tune easily with all the aspects of life.

Basic elements of Panchang

Panchang consists of five basic elements. These five elements are explained as below:

Din -It is also known as Vaar (Day of the week): Specific days of the week along with the ruler planet in the bracket are presented here:

  • Sunday (Sun)
  • Monday (Moon)
  • Tuesday (Mars)
  • Wednesday (Mercury)
  • Thursday (Jupiter)
  • Friday (Venus)
  • Saturday (Saturn)

Tithi - Tithi (along with Paksha), is basically the 'day' according to the Hindu Lunar Calendar. The ancient and prestigious Hindu Lunar Calendar basically consists of a dark and bright fortnight which is popularly known as Paksha. When the moon completes 12 degrees of its movement on the sun, it is popularly known as Tithi or Hindu Lunar Day. There are around 30 Tithis in a lunar month. Basically, Tithis belong to Shukl Paksha when the moon is waxing or Krishna Paksha when the moon is waning. There are numerous rituals and festivals which are connected with Tithis. There are several festivals which fall on the new moon day, which is popularly known as Amavasya or the full moon day which is known as Poornima. It should be kept in notice that the beginning and end of a Tithi basically dependent upon the specific and consistent degree of the moon from that of the sun. Hence, a Tithi could begin or end at any time, any day. 

Basically, the Hindu Tithis are categorized into five types:

  1. Nanda Tithi – It has its own significance as it bestows immense happiness, prosperity and joy
  2. Bhadra Tithi – It is an amazing date to invest your time, money and effort in establishing new business ventures
  3. Jaya Tithi – This is a great time to win over your enemies
  4. Rikta Tithi – It is not a great time to begin any new work, and so you might avoid proceeding with it
  5. Poorna Tithi – It is a great time to complete all your jobs during this tenure. 

Shukla Paksha: 15 Tithis would start from new moon to full moon which is Pornima, and it constitutes the Shukla Paksha.

Krishna Paksha: The 15 main tithis begin from the Full moon to new moon that is Amavasya from the serene Krishna Paksha 

Nakshatra: The literal meaning of Nakshatra is 'that which does not decay'. Nakshatras are eventually the stellar constellations or lunar mansions. There are twenty-seven Nakshatras as per the ancient and traditional and prestigious Vedic Astrology. Almost, each one of them has thirteen degree and twenty minutes of the zodiac. Nakshatras could be helpful in finding out with the help of degrees according to the moon and a specific sign at the time of birth. Nakshatras eventually have a greater impact on finding out the quality of Rashi according to the position. The positioning of the 27 Nakshatras starts with Ashwini Nakshastras in Meshi Rashi. Every Nakshatra has a powerful Planetary Lord which is used for Vimsottari Dasa and K.P. Calculations. The assigned years to each sign are the powerful 'Mahadasa durations of Vimsottari Dasa. 

Nakshatras 

Lord Years

Yoni: There are 14 Yonis which indicates animal symbols in the Vedic Astrology which is assigned to Nakshatras

Gana: There are 3 Ganas 

  1. Deva, known as Divine
  2. Manuj, which is known as Human
  3. Rakshas, also is known as Demon

Nadi: There are 3 Nadis 

  1. Adi: Vata
  2. Madhya: Pitta
  3. Antya: Kapha or Shleshma

Yoga: A Yog is obtained from the power and some of the Nirayana Longitude of the moon and sun. After that, the basic sum is divided into 27 parts of 13°20' each. The first Yog, which is also known as Viskumbh ends when the sum is at 13°20' and second Yog (Priti) ends when it is 26°40' and its proceeds that way. There are 27 Yogas.  

Karana: Basically, half of the Tithi is known as 'KARNA', and it is when the Narayana Longitude of the Moon, which would gain every 6° on that of the sun. In every Tithi, there are around two Karans which would cover the two halves of the Tithi. There are around 11 Karnas in total however four of them only occur just once in a month, and that is known as Fixed Karnas: Kintughna, Chatushpada, Sakuni and Naga.

Along with that, there are seven other movable Karanas. And they follow one another in a fixed rotation such as Bava, Balava, Kaulava, Taitila, Gara, Vanija and Vishti.

Rahukalam: In the ancient Vedic Astrology, RahuKalam is considered to be significant as it helps in determining the time period and dates of various inauspicious periods within a complete day for beginning anything new, that is auspicious or any vital work. Although Rahu kalam is basically calculated with the help of sunrise and sunset and along with that, it is sort of obvious that it would differ from place to place. It is one and a half-hour time each Day of a week which is distributed randomly during the weekdays since Rahu Kalam is eventually dependent on the sunrise and sunset as per dependent on your particular location. 

Yamagandam: Just like Rahu Kalam, there are periods which are popularly known as Yamagandam. During this time, it is considered to be inauspicious to begin any new or important work. You must not begin any of your important work during this period.