Last Updated: September 16, 2023, 05:00 IST
AAJ KA PANCHANG, SEPTEMBER 16, 2023: The Pratipada and Dwitiya Tithi of the Shukla Paksha will be observed this Saturday, September 16. Although there are no major rituals to be observed on this day, some devotees mark the Samaveda Upakarma today. This is an auspicious occasion when Brahmins alter their Upanayana thread. Check the tithi, auspicious times, and unfavourable hours before performing any ritual. This knowledge can provide significant insights into your day’s events and help you avoid many hindrances.
SUNRISE, SUNSET, MOONRISE, AND MOONSET ON SEPTEMBER 16
The sunrise is likely to occur around 6:06 AM, while the sunset is predicted around 6:26 PM. The moonrise is expected to be observed at 6:59 AM, and the moonset is slated to take place at 7:13 PM.
TITHI, NAKSHATRA, AND RASHI DETAILS FOR SEPTEMBER 16
The Pratipada Tithi is predicted to stay in effect up to 9:17 AM, after which the Dwitiya Tithi is slated to start. The Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra is anticipated to be observed until 7:36 AM after which the Hasta Nakshatra is to take place. On this day, the moon is expected to be seen in the Kanya Rashi and the sun is anticipated to be observed in the Simha Rashi.
SHUBH MUHURAT FOR SEPTEMBER 16
The auspicious times for the day are as follows: The Brahma muhurta is predicted to take place from 4:33 AM to 5:20 AM. The Abhijit muhurta stretches from 11:51 AM to 12:40 PM. The time frame for the Godhuli muhurta is anticipated to be from 6:26 PM to 6:49 PM, while the Vijaya muhurta is said to be observed from 2:19 PM to 3:08 PM.
Furthermore, the Sayahna Sandhya muhurta is likely to stretch between 6:26 PM and 7:36 PM. The Pratah Sandhya muhurta can be observed from 4:56 AM to 6:06 AM. Lastly, the Amrit Kalam muhurta is considered to take place from 3:25 AM to 5:11 AM on September 17.
ASHUBH MUHURAT FOR SEPTEMBER 16
The ashubh muhurta, or inauspicious timings, for the day, are as follows: The Rahu Kalam is anticipated to last from 9:11 AM to 10:43 AM. The Gulikai Kalam time frame is slated to occur between 6:06 AM and 7:39 AM whereas the Yamaganda muhurta is predicted to be effective from 1:48 PM to 3:21 PM. Lastly, the Banna muhurat is considered to occur in Mrityu until 1:06 PM and in Agni after that and is expected to last the entire night.