Panchang July 2022

 

   Panchang is a spiritual and scientific and ancient Hindu (Indian) calendar which is derived from Vedic astrology. The Panchang measures time in lunar months. In selection of “ Muhuruta” and for all religious and social functions , lunar month is followed . Every month reveals secret path of stars and constellations and every day of each month is identified with planets and gods.

https://astrodaily.com/assets/panchang.jpgEvery lunar month is divided into two equal halves of 15 days each, Dark half (Krishan Paksha ) and bright half ( Shukul Paksha) It is derived from two words - Panch (Five) and Ang (aspect). Panchang prescribes that each day is divided into five aspects - var or Day (the solar day), Tithi (lunar day), Nakshatra (constellation), Yoga (conjunction) and Karan (one half of lunar day).Tithi or 'lunar day' is a very important conception in Hindu astronomy. Every month reveals secret path of stars and constellations and each date is called a Tithi which is caused by the angle formed by the changing positions of the moon and sun in transit.

The day when Sun & moon are together in a sign at the same degree is called the 30th date which is also known as the ‘Amavasya’ or new moon and as moon advances beyond the sun , each difference of 12º away from the sun ,causes the formation of new Tithi. When the moon reaches 180º beyond the sun and is diametrically opposite to the latter, the date formed is called ‘Poornima’ or the full moon. In each of the two fortnights, of the month, dark half and bright half, the names of all the dates Tithis’ except the ending ‘Tithis are identical . Ending Tithis are Amavasya and Poornima for ‘ Krishan Paksha’ and ‘Shukla Paksha’ respectively.

The knowledge of tithi (date) brings prosperity, vara prolongs life. Nakshatras removes misdeeds, yoga gives immunity from diseases and karana & hora lead to success. Vedas, prescribe that a person can become free from all his misdeeds if he truly follows what is written in the Panchang.The zodiac is marked by 27 constellations or Nakshatras often termed lunar mansions. The position of a Nakshatra is dependent upon the actual time taken by the Moon to traverse 13° 20.' of ecliptic arc, of course, always beginning from the first point of the constellational zodiac.

Yoga is another component of the panchang after Tithi, var & nakshatra. It is the period during which the joint motion in longitude of the Sun and the Moon amounts to 13° 20'. There are twenty-seven Yogas.And finally we have Karana, or half a lunar day meaning thereby the time taken to complete the distance which should be the multiple of 6 between the Sun and Moon.

To find the auspicious time to start anything new it considers the weekday of week (Vara), Tithi, Nakshatra (Star), Yoga of the day, Karana of the day, and the ending moments of all these to determine whether the day is Amrita, Siddha or Marana. Several benefic and malefic yogas are formed by the permutation and combination of different parts of Panchaga. While the good yogas enhance the strength of a ‘ Muhuruta’ , the bad yogas prove disastrous for the success of any activity.

How to read the panchang: In the Panchang we have different columns showing its different parameters. First is the Date is date of the month and day is Vaar of the week like Sunday or Monday. Next is Tithi. Names of different tithis are shown below the table. In Indian Astrology, the calculation of the Tithis starts from Pratipada (The first day in each half of the lunar month) of the Shukla-Paksha Time specified in the next column is ending time of tithi. Next is Number & name of Nakshatra. The number and the time is specified in the column of time. Next is yoga number & name. The yoga period is also up to a certain time which is written in the time column. In the last column we have Names of Yoga. 

 

Date Day     Tithi h.m     Nakshatr     Yoga   Amrutadi Yoga
1 Fri S 2 Dwithiya 2:38 8 Pushya 27.56 13 Vyagata 10.24 M
2 Sat   3 Trithiya 15.18 9 Aslesha - 14 Harsana 11.1 M
3 Sun   4 Chaturthi 17.18 9 Aslesha 6.31 15 Vajra 11.43 S/M
4 Mon   5 Panchani 18.34 10 Makha 8.14 16 Siddhi 11.59 M/S
5 Tue   6 Shashthi 19.3 11 P.Phalguni 10.31 17 Vyatipata 11.52 S/A
6 Wed   7 Saptami 19.29 12 U.Phalguni 11.45 18 Variyan 11.19 A/M
7 Thu   8 Ashtami 19.5 13 Hasta 12.25 19 Parigha 10.14 S
8 Fri   9 Navami 18.36 14 Chitra 12.14 20 Siva 8.36 S
9 Sat   10 Dasami 16.41 15 Swati 11.15 21 Siddha 6.24 S
-- --   - - - -- -- -- 22 Sadhya 27.37 --
10 Sun   11 Ekadasi 14.15 16 Visakha 9.56 23 Shubha 24.2 M
  --   -- -- -- 17 Anuradha 7.5 -- -- -- --
11 Mon   12 Dwadasi 11.15 18 Jyeshta 29.18 24 Shubha 20 36 S
__ __   13 Trayodasi 7.47 __ __ __ __ __ __ __
12 Tue   14 Chaturdasi 28 19 Moola 26.22 25 Brahma 16.23 A
13 Wed S 15 Purnima 24.8 20 P.Shada 12.19 26 Indra 12.18 A
14 Thu   1 Prathami 20.17 21 U.Shada 20.18 27 Vaidhriti 8.01 S
--   -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 Viskumba 27.5 --
15 Fri   2 Dwithiya 16.41 22 Sravana 17.12 2 Priti 23.54 M/S
16 Sat   3 Trithiya 13.28 23 Dhanistha 15.00 3 Ayusman 20.22 S/A
17 Sun   4 Chaturthi 10.51 24 Satabisha 13.25 4 Saubagya 17.22 S
18 Mon   5 Panchami 8.56 25 P.Bhadra 12.24 5 Sobhana 14.59 S
19 Tue   6 Shasthi 24 21 26 Sravana 7 40 6 Vaidhriti 13 30 S
20 Wed   7 Saptami 7.37 27 Revati 12.51 7 Sukarma 12.15 M
21 Thur   8 Ashtami 8.13 1 Aswini 14.18 8 Dhriti 11.52 A/S
22 Fri   9 Navami 9.34 2 Bharani 16.25 9 Sula 12.02 S
23 Sat K 10 Dasami 11.19 3 Kritika 19.03 10 Ganda 12.26 S/A
24 Sun   11 Ekadasi 13.47 4 Rohini 22.01 11 Vridhi 13.32 S
25 Mon   12 Dwadasi 16.17 5 Mrigasira 25.06 12 Dhruva 14.34 S
26 Tue   13 Trayodasi 18.48 6 Arudra 28.1 13 Vyagata 15.38 M
27 Wed   14 Chaturdasi 21.13 7 Punarvasu __ __ 14 Harsana 16.17 S
28 Thu K 30 Amavasya 12.26 7 Punarvasu 07,05 15 Vajra 17.32 A/S
29 Fri S 1 Prathami 25.23 8 Pushya 9.44 16 Siddhi 18.3 M
30 Sat   2 Dwithiya 27.01 9 Aslesha 24.13 17 Vytipata 18.31 M/A
31 Sun   3 Trithiya 28.2 10 Makha 14.21 18 Variyan 18.35 M/S
                         

Notes - 1. S-Suklapaksha, K-Krishnapaksha.
                2. Timings given are ending moments (in IST) reckoned from Sunrise to Sunrise.
                3. A= Amruta Yoga (Excellent); S=Siddha Yoga (Good); M=Marana Yoga (Bad)

 

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Note : 1. S-Suklapaksha, K-Krishnapaksha. 

2. Timings given are ending moments (in IST) reckoned from Sunrise to Sunrise.
3. A=Amruta Yoga(Excellent); S-Siddha Yoga (Good); M=Marana Yoga (Bad)

 

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