Today’s Panchang September 23 2021: Today is the Tritiya Tithi, Krishna Paksha, Ashwin, Guruwar (Thursday). Read on to know about today’s sunrise, sunset, timings, shubh & ashubh muhurat, nakshatra, etc.
- Today is the Tritiya Tithi (third day), Ashwina, Krishna Paksha (waning or dark phase of the Lunar cycle),
- Guruwar/Brihaspatiwar (Thursday)Perform the Tritiya Shraddh rituals to honor your deceased ancestors
- Read the Durga Saprashati and to fulfill your most cherished desire, recite the Shri Vishnu Sahasranam
KEY HIGHLIGHTSToday is the Tritiya Tithi (third day), Ashwina, Krishna Paksha (fading or dull period of the Lunar cycle), Guruwar/Brihaspatiwar (Thursday)Perform the Tritiya Shraddh customs to respect your expired ancestorsRead the Durga Saprashati and to satisfy your most loved longing, present the Shri Vishnu Sahasranam
Today is the Tritiya Tithi (third day), Ashwina, Krishna Paksha (fading or dull period of the Lunar cycle), Guruwar/Brihaspatiwar (Thursday), Vikram Samvat 2078. Play out the Tritiya Shraddh ceremonies to respect your perished progenitors. Peruse on to know the dawn (Suryoday), dusk (Suryast) timings, shubh (favorable), ashubh (foreboding) muhurat, rahu kaal, and different subtleties of Aaj ka Panchang, September 23, 2021.
Love Lord Vishnu and proposition your supplications to Lord Hanuman. Take part in foundation works and give food. Additionally, read the Durga Saprashati and to satisfy your most loved longing, present the Shri Vishnu Sahasranam. Furthermore, to wrap things up, serenade the Guru and Chandra Beej Mantra.
The Sun (Surya) will remain positioned in the Kanya Rashi (Virgo) for a month, while the Moon’s (Chandra) travel from Meena Rashi (Pisces) to Mesha Rashi (Aries) will happen today. Also, the Revathy Nakshatra will win today. Look down to know different subtleties.
Today’s Panchang September 23, 2021
|Date||September 23, 2021|
|Paksha||Krishna Paksha (waning or darker phase of the Moon)|
|Tithi||Tritiya Tithi (Third Day) begins at 6:53 AM|
|Var/Diwas||Guruwar/ Brihaspatiwar (Thursday)|
|Sunrise (Suryoday)||6:13 AM|
|Sunset (Suryast)||6:12 PM|
|Surya Rashi||Kanya Rashi (Virgo)|
|Chandra Rashi||Mesha Rashi (Aries)|
|Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time) Abhijeet Muhurat||11:56 AM to 12:11 PM|
|Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time) Vijay Muhurat||2:44 PM to 3:38 PM|
|Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time) Godhuli Muhurat||7:09 PM to 7:34 PM|
|Ashubh Muhurat (Inauspicious time) Rahu Kaal||1:30 PM to 3:00 PM. One must not do or begin an auspicious activity during this period because it is deemed inauspicious.|
Love and read the Panchang each day since it helps in deciding the propitious and foreboding timings. The Abhijeet Muhurat is considered as the most promising Muhurat. It is great for making fresh starts. Vijay Muhurat and Godhuli Muhurat are likewise similarly positive. Nonetheless, one should stay away from Rahu Kaal for starting any new pursuit or getting out of the house for propitious work.
For the unversed, the Panchang is a schedule dependent on the regular units of the conventional Hindu timekeeping framework that enrolls every one of the huge minutes (muhurat and kaala) of the day including the Nakshatra that wins other than the dawn, moonrise timings, and a few subtleties. The Panchang unequivocally specifies the tithi, nakshatra, yogya, karana, and vaar.
Hindus follow the Lunar just as the Solar schedules for different purposes. Consequently, it is recommended that individuals rise early, bring down, and in the wake of adoring the gods, read the Panchang. They can pick the best an ideal opportunity for starting any significant endeavor and starting a genuinely new thing