Friday, 1 December 2017

Panchang 1 December 2017 | Panchangam

Hindu Calendar 2017 

(December Month Panchang )

Shri Hemalamba Samvatsara, Uttarayana,

Margasira Masa, Hemantha Ritu Panchangam

 

1st December 2017 Friday

 

  • Hindu weekday/Vaara: Shukravaram/ Bhrigu vasara)
  • Sunrise: 06.23am  
  • Sunset:  05.29pm
Month :
  • Margashiram as Amavasyant month in Telugu, Marathi, and Kannada Calendars
  • Margashirsha in North India as Poornimant month.
  • Karthigai masam in Tamil Calendar
  • Vrischika masam in Malayalam Calendar
  • Magshar month in Gujarati Calendar
  • Agrahan month in Bengali and Assamese and Calendar
Paksha :
  • Shukla Paksham or Waxing phase of Moon
Tithi : 
  • Dwadasi till 7.15am then Trayodasi tithi till 2nd December 4.19am
Nakshatra :
  • Ashwini (Anusham/Anizham) till 2.28pm then Bharani star
Yoga :
  • Variyan/Varigha yoga ends at 4.39pm
Karana : 
  • Balava karana ends at 7.12pm then Koulava karana ends at 5.50pm after that Taitila Karana 4.19am (2nd December)
Varjyam : 
  • 10.46am to 12.15 noon
  • 11.08pm to 12.35am
Durmuhurtam:
  • 8.36 to 9.21am
  • 12.18noon to 1.03pm
Rahukalam: 
  • 10.33 to 11.36am
Amruthakala : 
  • 7.48 to 9.17am
Abhijit Muhurt : 
  • 11.34 to 12.18am
Sun Sign or Ravi Rasi : 
  • Sun in Anuradha Nakshtra 4th pada Vrischika (Scorpio) rashi
Moon Sign or Chandra Rasi :
  • Moon in Mesha (Aries) rashi 
Significance of the day / Puja,Vrat,Auspicious day or Today's Festival  : Pradosh Vrat

Moodami 2017-2018 | Guru Moodam | Shukra Moodam dates

What is Moodhami / Moodam?

When any planet transits near the Sun to an appropriate degree it is known as combustion. It is called as Astangatva of that planet or Moodam. The brightness and power of that combusted planet reduced during this period. So particularly the planets Jupiter and Venus's combustion is considered inauspicious time in Hindu panchang.  Because these both are very favorable planets and play an important role for the Muhurtha (Good time) to perform any auspicious ceremonies in Hindu calendar. So here is the Shukra Moodam ( Venus combustion) date and time.

Shukra Moudhyami (Moodhami) 2017 date and time for India

Shukra moodhami is started on 29th November 2017 and remains until 20th February 2019. Jupiter completed its combustion (guru moodhami / moudhyami) on 9th of this November month and now shukra moodhami is occurring with a span of 2 months. Shukra moodam again will occur in 2018 October.

Shukra Moodam started on 2017 November 29th 12.42am and ends on 2018 February 20th 3.54am for India.

Shukra Moudhyami (Moodhami) Dates for New York city

Shukra Moudyami started on 2017 November 28th 2.12pm and ends on 2018 February 19th 5.24pm for New York city. 

Shukra Moudhyami (Moodhami) Dates for Los Angeles, California

Shukra Moodami started on 2017 November 28th 11.12pm and ends on 2018 February 19th 3.24pm for Los Angeles. 

Shukra Moudhyami (Moodhami) Dates for London

Shukra Moodami started on 2017 November 28th 7.12pm and ends on 2018 February 19th 10.24pm for London. 

Shukra Moudhyami (Moodhami) Dates for Chicago,  Illinois

Shukra Moodami started on 2017 November 28th 1.12pm and ends on 2018 February 19th 4.24pm for Chicago. 

So good ceremonies like wedding, engagements, new constructions, house warming etc.. should not perform. But new plans, talks, proposals can be done in this period.

Saturday, 28 October 2017

Saturn Transit in 2017

Saturn Transit in Sagittarius 2017

Again, it's the kingmaker  Saturn's turn to leave its mark in our lives. Saturn completed its 21/2-year transit in Scorpio and prepared to enter in the next sign on 26th October 2017. But this year Saturn's transition is unlike every transit. Because Saturn already entered in Sagittarius on 26th of January, but from 6th April he stepped backward instead of moving forward. While his retrograde movements he got out of Sagittarius sign and set foot in Scorpio and will re-enter in Sagittarius on 26th of this month. 

So finally, it's the time to get over Saturn periods for Aries, Leo and Libra signs. The complete 21/2 years ashtama, arthashtama and elinati Sani periods are about to start for Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn signs. Don't panic about the transit as Saturn will give good results, though running 71/2 years elinati sani. Really the sade sati brings auspiciousness to Scorpio, Sagittarius, and Capricorn signs? Or these signs get effect badly? What about the remaining signs? Overall, this transit is going to impact each sign differently. Let's discuss the effects of this Saturn transit on moon signs. 

Aries

You relieved from Ashtama Sani with this Saturn transit of Sagittarius and now he is transiting through the 9th house from your sign. It will be a good period for you. You will get relief from worries and tensions. Though sometimes things seem out of hand, turn favorable to you at a certain moment. You will be more focus and work hard, but workspace might look troublesome. Promotion, long journey, and change of place are possible. You hardly get rewards and appreciation from higher officers in the second half of this transit. Try to control anger and engage more with relations and friends. Enemies will be defeated and you will get help from friends and relatives. You will spend more on religious ceremonies and long journeys. Health needs to be taken care of. You will get mixed results in business profits. Disturbances and unnecessary arguments are ruled out. Court cases will settle down. Extra care should be taken about your father's health at this time. This transit will change your perspective towards things and makes you more positive and broaden your view.

Taurus

Saturn in your 8th house and ashtama sani period is started for your sign. This is a tough time in all your efforts. But need not worry, it's the time to strengthen your capabilities and values, and analyze weaknesses. You have to be prepared for sudden changes in your business and partnerships. Try to be more productive. Don't jump to conclusions while speaking with others. You may become irritable in your relations, so be calm and patient. There would be lack of monetary gains, so don't be fearful and multiply your efforts to reach your financial goals. You will indulge in celebrations and functions with joy.  The second half of this transit will bring you some fruits, so be strong and try to maximize your time and work. Keep an eye on your expenditures and savings. Maintain good health and cut your stress as this affects your health. Be smart in property issues. Though frustrating times are ahead, keep moving with hard work and patience.

.. Remaining signs in next post

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Bhadrapada Month ~ Bhadrapada Masa 2014 festivals for Hindu Calendar

Significance of Bhadrapad Month
Bhadrapada is the second month of rainy season (Varsha Ritu) which is generally occurs during August and September months as per gregorian calendar. Bhadrapada is a shunya masa which is not good to perform auspicous ceremonies like Marriages, Housewarming etc. Sun transits through Leo and Virgo zodiac signs in this Bhadra month. The period when sun transiting in virgo sign is considered as Kanya (Virgo) Bhadrapada which is shunya masa.

Although it is shunya masa, Bhadrapadam has a specific prominence in hindu religion and it is a good time for worship. Ganesh Chaturthi which is a major festival in India occurs in this month. Apart from Vinayaka Chaviti major festivals and vratas held on this month. It is auspicious to not only perform vratas but also to pay homage to ancestors.

Bhadrapada masa also called as Bhadra mahina, Bhadrapad month in different calendars, Bhadon month as per Nanakshahi sikh Calendar. As per the hindu lunar calendar Bhadrapadam is the 6th month. A Lunar month denoted by the name of moon's constellation on the full moon day. Likewise when moon in either Poorvabhadra or Uttrabhadra stars on full moon day that month denoted as Bhadrapadam.

Bhadrapad Month in 2014

As per Amavasyant calendars Bhadrapada masa begins from 26th August 2014 and ends on 24th September 2014 followed in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka states.
  • Varaha Jayanti - August 28
  • Hartalika Teej or Swarna Gowri Vrat - August 28
  • Ganesh Chaturthi - August 29
  • Rishi Panchami - August 30
  • Surya / Skanda Shashti - August 31
  • Radha Ashtami - September 2
  • Parsva (Parivartana) Ekadasi - September 5
  • Vamana Jayanti - September 6
  • Mahalayam (Pitrupaksha) Starts - September 9
  • Indira Ekadasi - September 19 and 
  • Mahalaya or Sarvapitru Amavasya - September 23 are the major festivals observed in this month.

As per Purnimant calendar which followed in North Indian states the month begins on 11th August 2014 and ends on 9th September 2014.
  • Sri Krishna Janmashtami - August 18
  • Aja Ekadasi - August 21
  • Hartalika Teej - August 28
  • Ganesh Chaturthi - August 29
  • Rishi Panchami - August 30
  • Surya Shashti - August 31
  • Radha Ashtami - September 2
  • Parsva (Parivartana) Ekadasi - September 5 are the festivals of Bhadrapad observed in North Indian states.
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Tuesday, 8 July 2014

9th July 2014 Wednesday Hindu Calendar

Shri jaya Samvatsara, Uttarayana, Grishma Ritu Panchangam 

9th July 2014
  • Vaara: Wednesday (Budhavaram/ Soumya vasara)
  • Sunrise: 05.52am Sunset: 06.51pm
Month :
  • Ashadha as Amavasyant month in Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada Calendars
  • Ashada masa in North India as Poornimant month.
  • Aani masam in Tamil Calendar
  • Mithuna masam in Malayalam Calendar
  • Ashada month in Bengali Calendar
Paksha :
  • Shukla Paksham or Waxing phase of Moon
Tithi : 
  • Dwadasi till 2.35am (10th) then Trayodasi tithi
Nakshatra :
  • Anuradha (Anusham/Anizham) till 1.11am(10th) then Jyeshta star
Yoga :
  • Shubha yoga ends at 7.43pm
Karana : 
  • Bava karana ends at 3.43pm then Balava karana ends at 2.35am (10th)
Varjyam : 
  • 6.12 to 7.43am
Durmuhurtam:
  • 11.55 to 12.47 noon
Rahukalam: 
  • 12.21 to 1.58pm
Amruthakala : 
  • 3.18 to 4.50pm
Abhijit Muhurt : 
  • None
Sun Sign or Ravi Rasi : 
  • Sun in Punarvasu Nakshtra 1st pada Midhuna (Gemini) rashi
Moon Sign or Chandra Rasi :
  • Moon in Vrischika (Scorpio) rashi

Friday, 28 March 2014

29th March 2014 Saturday Hindu Calendar

Shri Vijaya Samvatsara, Uttarayana, Shishir Ritu Panchangam 

29th March 2014
  • Vaara: Saturday (Sanivaram/ Sthira or Manda vasara)
  • Sunrise: 06.17am Sunset: 06.25pm
Month :
  • Phalguna masa as Amavasyant month in Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada Calendars
  • Chaitra masa in North India as Poornimant month.
  • Panguni masam in Tamil Calendar
  • Meena masam in Malayalam Calendar
  • Chaitra month in Bengali Calendar
Paksha :
  • Krishna/Bahula Paksham or Waxing phase of Moon
Tithi : 
  • Chaturdasi till 2.31am (30th) then Amavasya tithi
Nakshatra :
  • Purva bhadrapada (Poorvabhadra/Pooruruttathi/Purattadhi) till 3.02am then Uttarabhadra star
Yoga :
  • Shubha yoga ends at 8.47am
  • Shukla yoga ends at 5.34am (early hours of 30th)
Karana : 
  • Bhadra (Vishti) karana ends at 3.47pm then Shakuni karana ends at 2.31am (30th)
Varjyam : 
  • 10.46 am to 12.15 noon
Durmuhurtam: 
  • 6.17 to 7.54am
Rahukalam: 
  • 9.19 to 10.50am
Amruthakala : 
  • 7.38 to 9.07pm
Abhijit Muhurt : 
  • 11.57 to 12.45 noon
Sun Sign or Ravi Rasi : 
  • Sun in Uttarabhadra Nakshtra 4th pada Meena (Pisces) rashi
Moon Sign or Chandra Rasi and Padas :
  • Purvabhadra 1st pada upto 10.22am
  • Purvabhadra 2nd pada upto 3.54pm
  • Purvabhadra 3rd pada upto 9.26pm
  • Purvabhadra 4th pada upto 27.02 (3.02am)
Significance of the day / Puja,Vrat,Auspicious day or Today's Festival  :Masa Sivaratri

Sunday, 9 March 2014

Hindu Festivals & Auspicious days in March 2014

Important Hindu festival dates in the month of March 2014 are given below. Phalguna and Chaitra masas in Telugu, Kannda, Gujarati, Marathi Calendars and North Indian Calendars, Maasi masam and Panguni masam in Tamil Calendars, Kumbha masam and Meena masam in Malayalam Calendars are coincide with this month March 2014. The festivals, vrats and auspicious days are based on Traditional Hindu Calendar as per Indian Standard Time.
  • March 1 Saturday       - Magha Amavasya
  • March 2 Sunday         - Chandra Darshan, Phalguna masam begins as per Amavasyant Calendars
  • March 3 Monday        - Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Jayanti
  • March 4 Tuesday        - Putra Ganapati Vrata
  • March 12 Wednesday - Amalaki Ekadasi
  • March 13 Thursday    - Pradosh Vrat
  • March 14 Friday         - Meena Sankranti 
  • March 15 Saturday     - Meena Masam begins as per Malayalam Calendars
  • March 15 Saturday     - Panguni Masam begins as per Tamil Calendars
  • March 15 Saturday     - Holika Dahan in South India 
  • March 16 Sunday       - Phalgun (Madana) Purnima, Poornima Vrat
  • March 16 Sunday       - Holi, Holika Dahan
  • March 17 Monday      - Vasantotsavam, Dhulendi Holi
  • March 17 Monday      - Chaitra Month begins as per Bengal and North Indian Calendars
  • March 20 Thursday    - Sankashti Chaturthi 
  • March 23 Sunday       - Bhanu Saptami
  • March 27 Thursday    - Papamochani Ekadasi
  • March 28 Friday         - Pradosh Vrat
  • March 29 Saturday     - Masa Sivaratri
  • March 30 Sunday       - Phalgun Amavasya
  • March 31 Monday      - Chaitra Navratri begins
  • March 31 Monday      - Gudi Padwa - Maharashtra New Year
  • March 31 Monday      - Ugadi - Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka New Year
  • March 31 Monday      - Chaitra masam begins as per Amavasyant Calendar
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9th March 2014 Sunday Hindu Calendar

Shri Vijaya Samvatsara, Uttarayana, Shishir Ritu Panchangam 

09th March 2014
  • Vaara: Sunday (Adivaram/ Bhanu vasara)
  • Sunrise: 06.32am Sunset: 06.21pm
Month :
  • Phalguna masa as Amavasyant month in Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada Calendars
  • Phalgun (Falgun) masa in North India as Poornimant month.
  • Masi masam in Tamil Calendar
  • Kumbha masam in Malayalam Calendar
  • Phalgun month in Bengali Calendar
Paksha :
  • Shukla Paksham or Waxing phase of Moon
Tithi : 
  • Ashtami till 7.55am then Navami tithi
Nakshatra :
  • Mrigasira (Mrigashirsha, Makayiram) till 8.30pm then Ardra star
Yoga :
  • Priti yoga ends at 11.27am
Karana : 
  • Bava karana ends at 7.55am then Balava karana ends at 9.01pm
Varjyam : 
  • 5.55 to 7.42 (early hours of 10th)
Durmuhurtam: 
  • 4.47 to 5.34pm
Rahukalam: 
  • 4.52 to 6.21pm
Amruthakala : 
  • 10.46 am to 12.32 noon
Abhijit Muhurt : 
  • 12.03 to 12.50pm
Sun Sign or Ravi Rasi : 
  • Sun in Poorvabhadra Nakshtra 2nd pada Kumbha (Aquarius) rashi
Moon Sign or Chandra Rasi and Padas :
  • Mrigasira 2nd pada upto 7.13am
  • Mrigasira 3rd pada upto 1.51pm
  • Mrigasira 4th pada upto 8.30pm
  • Ardra 1st pada upto 27.13 (3.13am)
Significance of the day / Puja,Vrat,Auspicious day or Today's Festival  :None

Sunday, 16 February 2014

17th February 2014 Monday Hindu Calendar

Shri Vijaya Samvatsara, Uttarayana, Shishir Ritu Panchangam 

17th February 2014
  • Vaara: Monday (Somavaram/ Indu vasara)
  • Sunrise: 06.45am Sunset: 06.15pm
Month :
  • Magh or Magha masa as Amavasyant month in Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada Calendars,
  • Phalgun masa in North India as Poornimant month.
  • Masi masam in Tamil Calendar
  • Kumbha masam in Malayalam Calendar
  • Magha month in Bengali Calendar
Paksha :
  • Krishna/Bahula Paksham or Waning phase of Moon
Tithi : 
  • Vidiya (Dwitiya) till 7.21am then Tadiya tithi
Nakshatra :
  • Uttara (Uttaraphalguni, Uthiram) full day then Hasta star
Yoga :
  • Sukarma yoga ends at 10.17am
Karana : 
  • Garaja (Garaji) karana ends at 9.03am then Vanija karana ends at 9.47pm
Varjyam : 
  • 1.35 to 3.19pm
Durmuhurtam: 
  • 12.53 to 1.39pm
  • 3.11 to 3.57pm
Rahukalam: 
  • 8.12 to 9.38am
Amruthakala : 
  • 11.57 pm to 1.41am
Abhijit Muhurt : 
  • 12.07 to 12.53pm
Sun Sign or Ravi Rasi : 
  • Sun in Dhanishta Nakshtra 4th pada Kumbha (Aquarius) rashi
Moon Sign or Chandra Rasi :
  • Moon enters in Kanya (Virgo) rashi at 12.19 noon
Significance of the day / Puja,Vrat,Auspicious day or Today's Festival  :None

Saturday, 15 February 2014

16th February 2014 Sunday Hindu Calendar

Shri Vijaya Samvatsara, Uttarayana, Shishir Ritu Panchangam 

16th February 2014
  • Vaara: Sunday (Adivaram/ Bhanu vasara)
  • Sunrise: 06.46am Sunset: 06.15pm
Month :
  • Magh or Magha masa as Amavasyant month in Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada Calendars,
  • Phalgun masa in North India as Poornimant month.
  • Masi masam in Tamil Calendar
  • Kumbha masam in Malayalam Calendar
  • Magha month in Bengali Calendar
Paksha :
  • Krishna/Bahula Paksham or Waning phase of Moon
Tithi : 
  • Padyami (Pratipada) till 7.21am then Vidiya tithi
Nakshatra :
  • Pubba (Purvaphalguni, Pooram) till 5.49am (early hours of 17th) then Uttara star
Yoga :
  • Atiganda yoga ends at 10.07am
Karana : 
  • Kaulava karana ends at 7.21am then Taitula (Taitila) karana ends at 8.15pm
Varjyam : 
  • 12.20 to 2.05pm
Durmuhurtam: 
  • 4.43 to 5.29pm
Rahukalam: 
  • 4.49 to 6.15pm
Amruthakala : 
  • 10.49 pm to 12.34 am(17th)
Abhijit Muhurt : 
  • 12.07 to 12.53pm
Sun Sign or Ravi Rasi : 
  • Sun enters in Dhanishta Nakshtra 4th pada Kumbha (Aquarius) rashi on 16th February 2014 at 9.25am
Moon Sign or Chandra Rasi :
  • Moon in Simha (Leo) rashi 
Significance of the day / Puja,Vrat,Auspicious day or Today's Festival  :None

Friday, 14 February 2014

15th February 2014 Saturday Hindu Calendar

Shri Vijaya Samvatsara, Uttarayana, Shishir Ritu Panchangam 

15th February 2014
  • Vaara: Saturday (Sanivaram/ Sthira or Manda vasara)
  • Sunrise: 06.47am Sunset: 06.14pm
Month :
  • Magh or Magha masa as Amavasyant month in Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada Calendars,
  • Phalgun masa in North India as Poornimant month.
  • Masi masam in Tamil Calendar
  • Kumbha masam in Malayalam Calendar
  • Magha month in Bengali Calendar
Paksha :
  • Krishna/Bahula Paksham or Waning phase of Moon
Tithi : 
  • Padyami (Pratipada) full day
Nakshatra :
  • Makha (Magha,Makam) till 3.35am (early hours of 16th) then Pubba star
Yoga :
  • Shobana yoga ends at 9.44am
Karana :
  • Balava karana ends at 6.24pm then Kaulava karana
Varjyam : 
  • 2.20 to 4.06pm
Durmuhurtam: 
  • 6.47 to 8.18am
Rahukalam: 
  • 9.38 to 11.04am
Amruthakala : 
  • 12.56 to 2.42am (16th)
Abhijit Muhurt : 
  • 12.07 to 12.53pm
Sun Sign or Ravi Rasi :
  • Sun in Dhanishta Nakshtra 3rd pada Kumbha (Aquarius) rashi
Moon Sign or Chandra Rasi :
  • Moon in Simha (Leo) rashi 
Significance of the day / Puja,Vrat,Auspicious day or Today's Festival  : None

Thursday, 13 February 2014

14th February 2014 Friday Hindu Calendar

Shri Vijaya Samvatsara, Uttarayana, Shishir Ritu Panchangam 

14th February 2014
  • Vaara: Friday (Sukravaram/Bhrigu vasara)
  • Sunrise: 06.47am Sunset: 06.14pm
Month :
  • Magh or Magha masa as Amavasyant month in Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada Calendars,
  • Magh masa in North India as Poornimant month.
  • Masi masam in Tamil Calendar
  • Kumbha masam in Malayalam Calendar
  • Magha month in Bengali Calendar
Paksha :
  • Shukla Paksham or Waxing phase of Moon
Tithi : 
  • Purnami till 5.23am (early hours of 15th) then Krishna Paksha Padyami tithi
Nakshatra :
  • Aslesha (Ayilyam, Ashlesha) till 1.05am (15th) then Makha star
Yoga :
  • Soubhagya yoga ends at 9.09am
Karana :
  • Bhadra (Vishti) karana ends at 4.18pm then
  • Bava karana ends at 5.23am (15th)
Varjyam : 
  • 12.37 to 2.24pm
Durmuhurtam: 
  • 9.04 to 9.50am
  • 12.53 to 1.39pm
Rahukalam: 
  • 11.05am to 12.30 noon
Amruthakala : 
  • 11.19pm to 1.05am(15th)
Abhijit Muhurt : 
  • 12.08 to 12.53pm
Sun Sign or Ravi Rasi :
  • Sun in Dhanishta Nakshtra 3rd pada Kumbha (Aquarius) rashi
Moon Sign or Chandra Rasi :
  • Moon enters in Simha (Leo) rashi at 1.05am (15th)
Significance of the day / Puja,Vrat,Auspicious day or Today's Festival  : Magha Purnima