Aaj ka Panchang, 23 February 2023: According to Hindu Panchang, today’s day is very special. Because today Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga is being formed with Vinayaka Chaturthi. Know today’s auspicious time and Rahukaal according to the Hindu calendar.
- Today’s Panchang, 23 February Thursday
- Know today’s auspicious and inauspicious time and time of Rahukaal
- Today is a very special day according to the Hindu calendar.
Mainly five things are taken care of in Panchang. In which Tithi, Vaar, Yoga, Karan and Nakshatra are included. In the daily panchang, special care is taken of which zodiac sign the moon is in. Along with this, it is also worth noting that with which Nakshatra Moon is conjunct. Along with this, what is the time of sunrise, when is the sunset, which side is running. Special importance is also given to what is Karan and whose yoga is being formed on the respective date. Apart from this, which is the Purnimant month, which is the Amant month, in which zodiac sign the Sun is located, in which Nakshatra the Sun is, what is the season, what is the Ayan, what is the auspicious time or inauspicious time, from when to when Rahu Kaal Will remain, all this information is available under Panchang.
date: Falgun Shukla Chaturthi
Day-Date: 23-02-2023 Thursday
Year Name: good luck uttarayan
Amrit Kaal: 09:21 to 10:47
Rahu period: 13:40 to 15:06
summer season: 18:15 to 19:50
Durmurhut: 10:29 to 11:17 & 15:17 to 16:5
Tithi, Vaar, Nakshatra, Yoga and Karan have special importance in the daily Panchang.
There are 2 parties in a month. A total of 15 dates are required for both the sides. The first date is called Pratipada. The Pratipada falling in Krishna Paksha is called Krishna Pratipada. On the other hand, Pratipada of Shukla Paksha is known as Shukla Pratipada. Apart from this, the last date of Krishna Paksha is called Amavasya, while the last date of Shukla Paksha is called Purnima.
There are 7 Vaars in each week which are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively.
27 Nakshatras have been mentioned in astrology. These respectively – Ashwin, Bharani, Krittika, Rohini, Mrigashira, Ardra, Punarvasu, Pushya, Ashlesha, Magha, Purvaphalguni, Uttaraphalguni, Hasta, Chitra, Swati, Vishakha, Anuradha, Jyeshtha, Mool, Purvashada, Uttarashada, Shravan, Ghanishtha, Shatabhisha , Purvabhadrapada, Uttarabhadrapada and Revati. Hindi months are named after the Nakshatra in which the Moon is on the full moon day.
The number of yogas also varies according to different almanacs and astrologers. Somewhere this number has been said to be more than 300. There is importance of 27 yogas in astrology.
Karan refers to half of the date. In such a case, there are two Karanas in any one Tithi. Including the dates of both sides of the month, the number of Karanas becomes 60.