Today’s Panchang (Hindu calendar) – Thursday, the 11th day of the waxing moon, Jyeshtha month, and Vikari Year.
- Today is a good day for both your physical and mental health to heal and get better. Doing morning rituals or puja can help you feel at peace, happy, and grateful.
- You should take some time to meditate or be alone. This will help you focus on your body and get rid of problems like back pain and digestive problems.
- You may face problems at work, which can make you feel bad. It is important to take care of your emotional health and well-being while you are doing your duties.
- If you buy food or medicine from outside, your costs may go up. It’s important to watch how much money you spend, especially at work.
- Today, you could pray to Krishna or Kali to help you get more energy from within and move in the right direction, especially since Shivratri is coming up soon.
- Focus on saying positive things to yourself and improving your intelligence to bring about good things and a bright future. Getting up in the morning and getting your energy up will set the tone for the rest of the day.
What is Panchang? How it is important to live life?
Panchang, also known as Panchangam, is a traditional Hindu calendar system that is widely used in India and other South Asian countries. It is derived from the Sanskrit words “panch” meaning “five” and “ang” meaning “limbs”, which represent the five important elements of Hindu astrology, namely Tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga, Karana, and Var.
Here are the key elements of a Panchang:
- Tithi: It represents the lunar day and is based on the phases of the moon. There are 30 tithis in a lunar month, and each tithi has its own significance and is believed to influence human behavior and decision-making.
- Nakshatra: It represents the position of the moon in relation to the constellations. There are 27 Nakshatras, and each Nakshatra is associated with a specific Vedic deity and has its own unique characteristics and qualities.
- Yoga: It represents the position of the sun and the moon in relation to each other. There are 27 Yogas, and each Yoga has its own auspicious and inauspicious qualities and is believed to influence various activities such as starting new ventures, buying property, or getting married.
- Karana: It represents the half of Tithi, and there are 11 Karanas. Each Karana has its own significance and is believed to influence various activities such as business deals, travel, and relationships.
- Var: It represents the day of the week and is based on the position of the planets. There are seven Vars, and each Var has its own significance and is believed to influence various activities such as auspicious or inauspicious events.
The Panchang is used for various purposes such as:
- Determining auspicious dates and times for important events such as weddings, housewarming ceremonies, or starting new businesses.
- Astrological predictions and calculations by astrologers and other practitioners.
- Daily horoscopes for individuals based on their birth details.
- Determining the ideal time for performing specific rituals, prayers, or meditation practices.