Today’s Panchang, 8 January 2023: Auspicious Times and Important Events

Panchang is a Hindu calendar and almanac that provides important information about celestial events and astrological calculations for a given location and time. It is used for various religious and cultural activities, including the selection of auspicious dates for ceremonies and rituals. The panchang typically includes details about the position of the sun, moon, and planets, as well as the phases of the moon, and the movement of the planets through the zodiac. It also includes information about the tithi (lunar day), vara (weekday), nakshatra (lunar mansion), yoga (astrological combination), and karana (half lunar day). This information is used to determine the auspicious times for various activities and to predict future events.
The Hindi Panchang is a traditional Hindu calendar that provides detailed information about auspicious and inauspicious times, festivals, and other important events. It consists of the following parts:
Tithi: Tithi is the lunar day, which is calculated based on the position of the moon in relation to the sun. There are 30 tithis in a lunar month, and each tithi is associated with specific characteristics and energies.
Nakshatra: Nakshatra is the lunar mansion or constellation in which the moon is located. There are 27 nakshatras in total, and each one is associated with specific deities, virtues, and energies.
Yoga: Yoga is the combination of the tithi and the nakshatra, and it is believed to have a specific influence on the energy of the day. There are 27 yogas in total, and each one is associated with different characteristics.
Karana: Karana is the half tithi, and there are 11 karanas in total. Each karana is associated with specific energies and characteristics.
Vaar: Vaar is the day of the week, which is determined by the planet ruling the day. There are seven vaars in total, and each one is associated with different energies and characteristics.
Ritu: Ritu is the season, and there are four ritus in the Hindi Panchang – Vasanta (spring), Grishma (summer), Varsha (monsoon), and Hemanta (autumn). Each ritu is associated with specific characteristics and energies.
Auspicious and Inauspicious Times: The Hindi Panchang also provides information about auspicious and inauspicious times for various activities, such as travel, marriage, and business.
Daily Panchang: 8th January 2023

Tithi Dvitiya upto Full Night
Nakshatra Pushya upto 30:06:05
Karana Tetil upto 20:26:31
Paksha Krishna
Yoga Vaidhriti upto 09:40:46
Day Ravivara
Sun and Moon Calculations
Sun Rise 7:15:10
Sun Set 17:40:24
Moon Sign Karka
Moon Rise 18:49:59
Moon Set 8:22:59
Ritu Shishir
Hindu Month And Year
Shaka Samvat 1944 Shubhakruth
Vikram Samvat 2079
Kali Samvat 5123
Pravishte/ Gate 24
Month Purnimanta Magha
Month Amanta Pausha
Day Duration 10:25:14
Inauspicious Timings (Ashubha Muhurat)
Dushta Muhurtas From 16:17:03 To 16:58:44
Kulika From 16:17:03 To 16:58:44
Kantaka/ Mrityu From 10:43:35 To 11:25:16
Rahu Kaal From 16:22:15 To 17:40:24
Kalavela/ Ardhayaam From 12:06:57 To 12:48:38
Yamaghanta From 13:30:19 To 14:12:00
Yamaganda From 12:27:47 To 13:45:57
Gulika Kaal From 15:04:06 To 16:22:15
Auspicious Timings (Shubha Muhurat)
Abhijit From 12:06:57 To 12:48:38

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