Vedic Panchang

“Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise” –

Vedic Panchang

Panchang is a Vedic Hindu calendar. Showing

1-Dina,———— prolongs life,

2- Nakshatra, – –  removes sins,

3-Tithi, —– — — brings prosperity, wealth,

4-Yoga, – – — —  immunity from disease,

5-Karana – — – — success in all actions,

for every day,  with automatic adjustment for any city in the world.

Most of the people have great faith in astrology and vastu shastra, and some of them may be benefited from it. They always choose an astrologically favorable time to take business decisions, whether it’s to start a factory or make an investment. So much so that they are great respecters of Chogadhia, a Hindu belief.

As per Vaastu Shastra, it is advisable to perform Vaastu Puja on a particular time phase of the day to get maximum benefits of health, wealth, and prosperity. One can get the appropriate time of Muhurat from the Panchang.

All important works should be commenced during a favourable Choghadiya as per vedic astrology. There are seven types of Choghadiyas. Each day is divided into two time periods: daytime – the period from sunrise to sunset – and night-time. There are four good Choghadiya, Amrit(nectar), Shubh (luckiest), Labh (benefit) to commence meaningful work and Chal is an intermediate Choghadiya to begin favourable work.

There are three bad Choghadiya, Rog (illness), Kaal (disaster/death) and Udveg (tension/fear), no important work should be started in these Choghadiyas.

The time between sunrise and sunset is called Day Choghadiya and the time between sunset and next day morning is called Night Choghadiya. A day is also divided into 8 parts, each part contains 1 hour and 30 minutes. The first part starting with the sunrise on that day, and last part ending on sunset on that day approximately for the day times.

Thus, to determine the right time to commence principal works especially like Marriage, check the period between which such action can be initiated and select a favorable Choghadiya within that specified period.

The sequence of daytime and night-time Chaughadiya varies for each day. However, for each day, the sequence is the same. That is, the sequence for Sunday is different to that on Monday, which in turn is different to that for Tuesday, etc. But, the sequence for each Sunday or any day of the week is the same.

 

 

 

Choghadiya For Day And Night (Local sunrise/sunset
Time)

 

Day Choghadiyas

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Night Choghadiyas

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Shubh

Chal

Kal

Udveg

Amrut

Rog

Labh

Rahukalam, Yama Gandam for days of the week
Practicing Hindus would have heard of Rahu kaalam, Yama Gandam,. As per shastras, Rahu kaalam is an inauspicious time to undertake any new venture. This chart below will help you find Rahu Kaalam, Yama Gandam, for the days of the week.

The chart below is prepared assuming sunrise at 6 am and sunset at 6 pm, hence little variations may be there while considering local sunrise and sunset time.

Sunday
Rahu Kaalam for Sunday: 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Yama Gandam for Sunday: 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Monday
Rahu Kaalam for Monday: 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Yama Gandam for Monday: 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Tuesday
Rahu Kaalam for Tuesday: 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Yama Gandam for Tuesday: 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Kuligai for Tuesday: 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Wednesday
Rahu Kaalam for Wednesday: 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Yama Gandam for Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

Thursday
Rahu Kaalam for Thursday: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Yama Gandam for Thursday: 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.

Friday
Rahu Kaalam for Friday: 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Yama Gandam for Friday: 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Saturday
Rahu Kaalam for Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Yama Gandam for Saturday: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Our daily schedules can make a huge difference to how healthy, happy and helpful we are. While it’s important to understand how your own brain works and what routine will suit your body best, Of course people’s habits must be determined by their own personalities and by the nature of the work that they do. The every men will have very different routines, which all depends upon the individual likes/habbits and upon the karma’s of each individual done in his previous birth or in his life in the earlier period.
Do not seek occult educators, but ask God. Where do you find His will? In the law and the testimony. When people teach us to seek spiritual guidance from sources other than God’s word (as the occult does), there is no light in them.
The best way to prepare for the future is found in God’s word. It may not tell everything people want to know about the next time peroids, but it tells everything we need to know. It is the only sure way to know what God plans for the future, especially better life in this life and after death or rebirth if happens.
All real spiritual needs of the believer are met through God and His word. Why look elsewhere?
Finally….…… why should we all bother to learn about this mysterious knowledge?
Isn’t social service, mantra recitation or meditation, yoga enough?!
Well the answer lies within ourselves – do we sincerely want only spiritual liberation,
or do we crave after material desires and pursuits, even a little bit?
For the true Yogi and spiritual aspirant, there is no need for anything! But when we are bound
to Earthly life, the rules are fixed (for all) whether we want them or not or whether we believe it
or not.

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