Today’s Panchang:-Today is the Dashami Tithi (Day 10), Paush, Krishna Paksha (disappearing or dim period of the Lunar cycle), Budhwar (Wednesday), Vikram Samvat 2078. Peruse on to know the dawn (Suryoday), nightfall (Suryast) timings, shubh (propitious), ashubh (unfavorable) muhurat, rahu kaal, and different subtleties of Aaj ka Panchang, December 29, 2021.
As per the panchang, the circumstance of dawn and dusk is 7:13 am and 5:33 pm separately. The circumstance for moonset is 1:42 pm, while the moonrise will happen on December 29, 3:09 am.
The Dashami tithi will stay essentially upto 04:12pm later which Ekadashi tithi will happen. The Swati nakshatra will stay in actuality upto 02:39am on December 30. Look down to know different subtleties.
Today’s Panchang December 29, 2021
|Date||December 29, 2021|
|Paksha||Krishna Paksha (waning or dark phase of the Moon)|
|Tithi||Dashami Tithi (Day 10)|
|Sunrise (Suryoday)||7:13 AM|
|Sunset (Suryast)||5:33 PM|
|Surya Rashi||Dhanu Rashi (Sagittarius)|
|Chandra Rashi||Tula Rashi (Libra)|
|Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time) Abhijeet Muhurat||None|
|Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time) Vijay Muhurat||2:06 PM to 2:48 PM|
|Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time) Godhuli Muhurat||5:23 PM to 5:47 PM|
|Ashubh Muhurat (Inauspicious time) Rahu Kaal||12:23 PM to 1:40 PM. One must not do or begin an auspicious activity during this period because it is deemed inauspicious.|
It is important to worship and read the Panchang every morning because it helps in determining the auspicious and inauspicious timings. The Abhijeet Muhurat is deemed as the most auspicious Muhurat. It is ideal for making new beginnings. Vijay Muhurat and Godhuli Muhurat are also equally favourable. However, one must avoid Rahu Kaal if they’re beginning a new venture or stepping out of the house for some auspicious work.
For the unversed, the Panchang is a calendar based on the conventional units of the traditional Hindu timekeeping system that registers all the significant moments (muhurat and kaala) of the day including the Nakshatra that prevails other than the sunrise, moonrise timings, and several details. The Panchang precisely mentions the tithi, nakshatra, yogya, karana, and vaar.
Hindus follow the Lunar as well as the Solar calendars for various purposes. Therefore, it is suggested that people rise early, take a bath, and after worshipping the deities, read the Panchang. They can choose the best time for beginning any important venture and initiating something new.