- (1) Chaitra Shukla Pratipada – The first Tithi (day) of bright half of Chaitra month. The day is observed as traditional Hindu new year.
- (2) Akshya Tritiya- The third Thithi (day) of bright half of Vaishakha month. This day is known as Parshuram Jayanti.It is also regarded as the beginning of the Treta Yuga. The word Akshaya means that which never diminishes so the beginning of an event or purchasing valuables on this day are considered certain to bring luck and success.
- (3) Vijay Dasami or Dushara - The tenth Tithi (day)of bright half of Ashvina. On this day Ram won Rawan.
- (4) Kartika Shukla Pratipada- The first tithi (day) of kartika month. It is considered the beginning of the new year in some parts of India.
Sunday, September 30, 2012
5-3-4 Swyam Siddha Muhurat (Sadhe Teen Muhurat)
SADHE TEEN MUHURAT (Swyam Siddha Muhurtas)
As per traditional Vedic astrology every year three and a half days are highly considered auspicious. These three and a half day are known as the Sadhe Teen Swayam Siddha Muhurtas (self proven muhurtas) Which means that no astrological calculations are to be done for finding the auspicious time i.e. it is not required to consult the Panchang for starting any work during these three and a half days.
The three and a half Muhurtas (sadhe Teen Muhurtas) are as follows-