panchangam

Panchang is an Indian-based astrological daily calendar. Diario Panchang is one for astrologers and Hindu people, who rely on a day of planetary activity for favourable times, festivals, vrats, etc.
Many authors, societies, academies and universities are publishing Panchāngams in India. Various publications are only minutely different, at least for an untrained reader or not yet educated. They predict celestial phenomena like solar eclipses, weather forecasts and more global events.

The research of Panchāngams includes recognising the effect of the signs of the zodiac on the individual Rasi phala, also known as ‘Rashi phala.’ Astrologers consult the Panchāngam to determine favourable dates for marriages, mergers and other events, according to their faith.

Tithi:

A new Moon’s moment is known as “amavasya” or that time when the lengths of Sun and Moon are identical. The Tithi is the time the Moon is spending 12 degrees longer from the Sun. The whole Moon (29.5 days) revolution takes place at 30 tithes for 360 degrees. The length of the tithis often varies because the movements of the Sun and Moon differ in pace.

Nakshatra:

It is named ‘nakshatra’ the time which the Moon needs to traverse the 27th portion of the eclier. It was found that the Moon was near some of the fixed celestial bodies during the Moon’s trip around earth (stars). Twenty-seven stars found on the Moon’s way. The 27 Nakshatras are created when, in 29.5 days, the one synodal Revolution of Moon, Moon moves through 27 stars. Therefore, one nakshatra flies a day on an average Moon. Moon’s Nakshatra is the star nearest to the Moon on the way. These constellations or Nakshatras were one of Astrology’s primary components.

Vedic astrology defines any constellation with a star. Therefore the 360-degree division of the sky is divided into 27 13.20-degree subdivisions of 27 stars. Again, each of the Nakshatras is divided into four Padas.

The first Rashi, Messha, with its 30 degrees, comprises all 4 Padas of the 1st-star Ashwini, the entire 4 Padas of the 2nd-star Bharani and the 1st Pada of the 3rd-star Krittika constellation. Each Rashi consists of 9 Padas in this way.

Method of calculating Nakshatra:

Take a look at the moon’s location at birth or when other events take place. Let us presume that the moon is 6 degrees 5 minutes in the ninth sign. Now we’re going to turn it into minutes. We will divide this number by 800 after we have translated it in minutes. This means the completion of 20 Nakshatras and the 21st Nakshatra is going.

The 21st Nakshatra is Uttara Ashadha Nakshatra. Thus, the other Nakshatras can be also measured. The number of Nakshatras that are passed is the digit before decimal. If five come before decimal, then five Nakshatras will be passed, and the sixth Nakshatra will fly.

Yog:

The concept of ‘possibility,’ the time span which is prevalent in one day, is rendered by the addition of the lengths of the Sun and Moon and its splitting into 27 parts.

Karan:

Half the tithi is Karan. The lunar day or tithi are its foundation. One Karan is done when the moon finishes 6 degrees. In a tithi there are two karanas. One Karan finishes with a tithi end, too. The first half is one Karan and the second half. The second half. There are 11 karanas in astrology in particular. In a certain order, they all repeat the 30th lunar month. The first 7 Karanas are called “Char,” meaning variable, and the last 4 are called “Sthir,” meaning constant.

Last 4 are known as ‘Sthir’ because they always come for the first half of Shukla Paksha Pratipada, starting from the second half of Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi.

The first 7 Karanas are known as Char, as they come again and again, in a particular sequence, beginning with Shukla Paksha Pratipada in the second half and ending with Krsna Paksha Chaturdashi in the first half.
Two types of Indian calendars are available. First, the solar calendar is centred on the sun’s entrance into different zodiac signs and the second, on moon transit. Panchang shows the lunar calendar, which has been the most frequently followed calendar in India.

Vaar:

Vaar or weekday is the fifth component of the Panchang. The time between sunrise and sunrise is Vaar. Seven Vaars, i.e. Ravivaar, Somvaar, Mangalvaar, Buddhvaar, Shukravaar, Brihaspativaar, and Shanivaar, are available. For any favourable operation, Mangalvaar and Shanivaar are considered to be unlucky.

Casting of Panchang:

The casting of Panchang includes high-level mathematical work in spherical geometry and astronomical phenomena, such as celestial motion. The tabulation, however, is based on short formulations similar to old Vedic scholars and wise men. In practise the tabulation takes place.

Tabulations of the Sun, Moon, and other planets can be made for a fixed place and time of day for each day of the year . Users use their relative difference from this fixed place and time to calculate the remaining data.

For more than one year there are many panchanges with details. There’s a 100-year-old Vishva Vijaya Panchang. It normally points to poor times such as Rahu Kalam, Durmuhurto and Varjyam to be circumvented. For casting a Panchang we need the wisdom of astrology.

Rahu Kalam:

The bad time or inefficient time on each day which is not considered advantageous to start any new operation is Rahu Kalam or Rahu kaal. Rahu Kaal stretches about 90 minutes between sunrise and sunset each day according to Hindu astrology. Rahu is responsible for the eclipsed Sun swallowing. Svarbhanu is the seventh head name of the demon.. The iconography depicts Rahu with a human head and serpent body and eight black horses on a cart. Bhayanaka is the other name of Rahu. Created as one of nine astrological planets, Rahu is considered to be a malefic planet. While seven other planets are devoted to each day of the week, Rahu is considered to be Rahu Kaal for approximately 90 minutes every day.

Durmuhurtham:

In a Hindu calendar and a panchang, Durmuhurtham is an inexpensive time. The sunrise in the specified area is used to measure. The time is poor and is avoided in new offers, travelling and new work of all sorts. The length of time is around 48 minutes. In different panchangams, there is no unity in determining the length.

Durmuhurtham is accompanied by double expectations, as is Rahu Kalam. Some people measure this on the basis of sunrise, while many calculate it according to a fixed date.
The Hindu culture is not common in Durmuhurtham. Some religions of India primarily follows peculiar cultures of India.

Varjyam:

On a given day, Varjyam is a bad time.
The day determines nakshatram present . Varjyam typically lasts 96 minutes. In this 96-minute duration shubhakaryam should not be performed.
Surya Siddhanta and Grahalaghava are Panchang theories. In the past formed the basis for the numerous calendars in various parts of India.

Grahalaghava was compiled about six hundred years ago, and Surya Siddhanta was available more in advance. These were obsolete and did not match real celestial activities.

A Committee of Experts from various countries, along with their participation in the Panchang preparation in local languages, has been named by the Government of India.

Let’s get into more details of some of –

Tithis:

Statistical basis measures Tithi . A Tithi is the position of the moon and the Sun. The 12 degree angle makes a Tithi. The sun and moon are on the move.

The moon seems to grow as it leaves the Sun. People remember the moon time, as Shukla Paksha, as it leaves the light. When it comes to the Sun the moon tends to decrease in size. So, people like Krishna Paksha notice this time.

Panchami:

Naaga rules today, which is conducive to medical administration, poison purging and surgery.

Shashthi:

This is the day of Kartikeya, which is favourable coronations, new friends, festivities and fun.

Saptami:

Surya rules The seventh day of the Lunar Moon; a new journey is possible but the deal is going.

Ashtami:

The Rudra rule today, which is good for weapons, defence building and fortification.

Navami:

The Ambika rules today, a good day to take up weapons, to destroy rivals, destruction and violence. Inadequate for ceremonies and trips.

The Dashami:

Dharma raj dominates the day. It is also favourable for virtue acts, religious functions, moral practises and pure activities.

Ekadashi:

Rudra dominates the day, fasting, devotion, and the remembrance of the supreme lord.

Chaturdashi:

Kali rules today, sufficient to govern poison and to call for elements and spirits.

Amavasya:

The pitru divas monitor the new moon, which is ideal for male propitiation and austerity. Moon’s controlling Purnima.

~ The lunar calendar is divided into the first two sections of the month of Kartika, which is counted from Purnima to next Purnima. Therefore, the Purnimanta is named. In North India, this is famous. The second begins in Chaitra, after Amavasya, and continues until Amavasya. Therefore, it is referred to as Amavasyanta or Amananta. In South India this is famous.

The Hindu Vedic sunrise and sunset and sunrise and moonset are as at the time when the middle of the disc is above the horizon, i.e. half the disc. Hence, sunrise and sunset and moon set and times of the moonset are seen more by up to 5 minutes in our Panchanga.

Sadhya is Shukla Paksha’s promising yoga. Venus is the world that governs this Yoga. Sadhya means achievement. A individual who has such a yoga will be powerful and adhere to the decisions of the native person. In the lives of the natives, patience plays a predominant role in carrying out any tasks that they wish.

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