Muhurth & Panchang for March 25th, 2024

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Muhurth & Panchang for March 25th

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Sunrise and Sunset Timings

  • Sunrise: 06:19 AM – Ushering in the new day.
  • Sunset: 06:35 PM – Marking the end of the day.

Moonrise and Moonset Timings

  • Moonrise: 06:44 PM – The moon ascends into the night sky.
  • Moonset: 06:19 AM (March 26) – The moon sets below the horizon.

Panchang Details

  • Tithi: Purnima up to 12:29 PM (Shukla Purnima), Krishna Pratipada thereafter – Lunar phases of the waxing fortnight.
  • Nakshatra: Uttara Phalguni up to 10:38 AM, Hasta thereafter – The lunar mansion influencing the day.
  • Karana: Bava up to 12:29 PM, Balava thereafter – A sub-division of a tithi.
  • Yoga: Vriddhi up to 09:30 PM – A combination of lunar and solar day influencing activities.
  • Weekday: Somawara – Day of the Moon.
  • Paksha: Shukla Paksha – The waxing fortnight of the lunar cycle.

Lunar Month and Samvat Systems

  • Shaka Samvat: 1945 Shobhakrit – A Hindu calendar era.
  • Chandramasa: Phalguna – Purnimanta – Month based on lunar cycles (Full moon as reference).
  • Vikram Samvat: 2080 Nala, Phalguna – Amanta – Another Hindu calendar era (New moon as reference).
  • Gujarati Samvat: 2080 Rakshasa – Yet another Hindu calendar system.

Rashi and Nakshatra Positions

  • Moon sign: Kanya – The zodiac sign occupied by the moon.
  • Nakshatra Pada:
    • Uttara Phalguni up to 10:38 AM (Fourth Nakshatra Pada)
    • Hasta up to 05:23 PM (First Nakshatra Pada)
  • Sun sign: Meena – The zodiac sign occupied by the sun.
  • Surya Nakshatra: Uttara Bhadrapada
  • Surya Pada:
    • Uttara Bhadrapada (Third Nakshatra Pada)
    • Hasta – from 02:28 PM to Full Night

Auspicious Timings for Activities

  • Brahma Muhurta: 04:45 AM to 05:32 AM – Considered an ideal time for spiritual activities.
  • Pratah Sandhya: 05:09 AM to 06:19 AM – The morning twilight, suitable for prayers.
  • Abhijit: 12:03 PM to 12:52 PM – An auspicious window for commencing important tasks.
  • Vijaya Muhurta: 02:30 PM to 03:19 PM – A time for achieving victory or success.
  • Godhuli Muhurta: 06:34 PM to 06:58 PM – The cow’s twilight, suitable for offering prayers.
  • Sayahna Sandhya: 06:35 PM to 07:46 PM – The evening twilight.
  • Nishita Muhurta: 12:03 AM, March 26 to 12:50 AM, March 26 – The midnight auspicious time.

Inauspicious Timings to Avoid

  • Rahu Kalam: 07:51 AM to 09:23 AM – A period ruled by a shadowy planet, considered inauspicious for undertakings.
  • Yamaganda: 10:55 AM to 12:27 PM – A time associated with the lord of death, best avoided for major activities.
  • Aadal Yoga: 06:19 AM to 10:38 AM – A yoga that can bring obstacles in endeavors.
  • Dur Muhurtam: 12:52 PM to 01:41 PM – An inauspicious time for new beginnings.
  • Gulikai Kalam: 01:59 PM to 03:31 PM – A period of negative influence, best avoided for important tasks.
  • Varjyam: 08:03 PM to 09:51 PM – A time to refrain from activities.
  • Baana Roga: up to 02:28 PM – A period of ill health, best for rest and recuperation.
  • Agni: from 02:28 PM to Full Night – Avoid starting activities related to fire during this time.