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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

(14.1.8) Ganesh Stotra (For Removing obstacles and Getting success)

Obstacle removing Ganesh Stotra

Ganesh is the Lord of wisdom and wealth. He is also known as the remover of obstacles , hurdles and hardships. Here under is given the Vighna Nashak Ganesh Stotra. If a person recites this Stotra daily with faith in Lord Ganesh , his obstacles are sure to remove and he will get success in his efforts by the grace of Lord ganesh. The Stotra is as follows -
Param dhaamam param brahma paresham parmeeshwaram.
Vighna nivighnakaram shaantam pushtam kaantamanantakam.
Suraasurendrai siddhendre stutam staumi paraatparam. 
Surapadmadinesham ch ganesham mangalaayanam. 
Idam stotram mahaapunyam vighnashokaharam param. 
Yeh patheth praataruthaay sarvavighnaat pramuchyate.
परं धाम परं ब्रह्म परेशं परमीश्वरम्।
विघ्ननिघ्नकरं शांतं  पुष्टं कान्तमनन्तकम्।
सुरासुरेंद्रै: सिद्धेन्द्रे: स्तुतं स्तौमि परात्परं।
सुरपद्मदिनेशं च गणेशं मंगलायनम्।
इदं स्तोत्रम महापुण्यं विघ्नशोकहरं परम्।
य : पठेत् प्रातरुथाय सर्वविघ्नात् प्रमुच्यते।
Benefits of reciting this obstacle removing Stotra - 
This stotra is the remover of all the obstacles and hurdles that come across while doing any work. The person who recites this stotra everyday in the morning observing proper Jap Process, gets relief from all kinds of obstacles and gets success in his work.
Related Posts you will to read :- 
(1) Ganesh Mantra / Ganesh Stotra Jap Process
(14.1.1) Lord Ganesh, Mantra ,Stotra ctc.
(8.2.1) Ganesh Mantra for good education, for success in the examination, for good business and for good job.

(13.1.8) Hindu Marriage and Types of Hindu Marriage


Types of Hindu marriage -
Vivah or marriage is one of the sixteen sanskaars of the Hindus.
According to Manu Smriti, there are eight types of marriage -
a. Brahma vivah
b. Dev vivah
c. Aarsh vivah
d. Prajaapatya vivah
e. Asur vivah
f. Gandhava vivah
g. Rakshash vivah
h. Paishaach vivah
1. Brahma vivah - In this type of marriage. The girl is married to a learned person in the Vedas. The father of the girl invites the bride groom to his house and gives his daughter to him.
2. Dev vivah - In this type of marriage the father marries of his daughter to the person ( Purohit ) who performs yagya (sacrifice).
3. Aarsh vivah - In this type of marriage the father of the girl get a cow and a bull from the person ( the bride groom ) and marries off his daughter to him.
4. Prajapatya vivah - In this type of marriage the father of the girl marries off his daughter after asking them both (the bride groom and the bride) to perform their duties sincerely.
5. Asur vivah - In this type of marriage the bride groom gives money to the father of the girl and then the father marries off his daughter to him.
6. Gandharva vivah - In this type of marriage the boy and the girl enter into the married life with their own choice. Usually parents do not play any role in such type of marriage. It is like a love marriage.
7. Rakshas vivah - In this type of marriage the man forcibly takes away the girl from her father's home and marries with her.
8. Paishaach vivah - In this type of marriage the man seduces the girl when she is sleeping or intoxicated and marries with her.
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Wednesday, December 25, 2013

(10.1.19) Pongal ( A Harvest Festival) 2017

Pongal Festival 

When is Pongal 
In the year 2017 the festival pongal is on Saturday 14 January 2017. 
Important things about Pongal :-
Pongal is mainly the festival of the state of Tamil Nadu. It is celebrated with great pomp and show by the Tamils at the end of harvest season.It is also a harvest festival when people express there joy for good crops.They clean and decorate their houses.They wear new clothes.The festival of Pongal is celebrated for four days.
1.Bhogi pongal - Bhogi Pongal is the first day of the Pongal festival.It is dedicated to Indra,the god of rain.On this day people rise early and clean their houses.They collect old,useless and torn house hold items and burn them.The houses are decorated with flowers and Rangolis.
2. Surya Pongal - Surya Pongal is the second day of the Pongal festival.It is dedicated to god sun.On this day milk is boiled and let it over flow.The god sun is worshiped and offered prayers.People wear new clothes and women decorate their houses.Sweets are prepared and they is shared with the members of the family and the friends.
3. Mattu Pongal - Mattu Pongal is the third day of the Pongal festival.This day is dedicated to the cattle.It is believed that cattle play an important role in getting good crops.Cattle are bathed and decorated.They are given due respect for their help in the work related to farming.
4. Cannum Pongal - Cannum Pongal is the fourth day of the Pongal festival.On this day people visit their friends and relatives.Some people go for a picnic with the members of the family and enjoy the day.With this day the festival of Pongal comes to an end..

(14.1.7) Ganesh Stotra / Ganpati Stotra (For removing hardships & calamities and achieving goal)

Sankatnaashan Ganesh Stotra

This Stotra of Lord Ganesh is sure to remove the hardships of the person who recites this Sotra daily with devotion and faith  for six months.The person who reads these names three times a day, does not have the fear of any mishaps or obstacles. All of his desires are fulfilled. By chanting these names , a student gets good education, the person who wants money, gets money, who wants son, gets a good son,who wants salvation , gets salvation. The person who chants this Stotra daily for sixth months, gets desired results , who chants this stotra daily for a year, his desires are fulfilled. There is no doubt in it.  
The Stotra is as follows - 
(1) Pranamya shirasaa devam Gauriputram Vinaayakam.
Bhaktaavaasam smarennityamaayu kaamaarth siddhaye.
प्रणम्य शिरसा देवम गौरीपुत्रं विनायकम्।
भक्तावासम् स्मरेन्नित्यमायु: कामार्थ सिद्धये।।1।।  
Meaning in English - The person should first bow down to Lord Ganesh and pray to him for longevity, particular wishes and prosperity by remembering or recalling him ( Lord Ganesh).
(2) Pratham vakratundam cha ek dantam dwitiyakam.
Triteeyam krishnapingaakasham gajvaktram chaturthakam.
प्रथमं वक्रतुण्डं च एकदन्तं द्वितीयकम्।
तृतीयं कृष्णपिङ्गाक्षं  गजवक्त्रं चतुर्थकं।।2।। 
Meaning in English - His first name is Vakratund (curved trunk), his second name is Ek dand (the one with one tusk), his third name is krishnapingaaksh (the one with reddish black eyes), his fourth name is Gajavaktra ( the one with elephant face). 
(3) Lambodaram pancham cha shashtham vikatamev cha.
Saptam vighanarajendram dhoomravaranam tathaashtamam.
लम्बोदरम् पंचमं च षष्ठं विकटमेव च।
सप्तमं विघ्नराजेन्द्रं धूम्रवर्णं तथाष्टमम् ।।3।। 
Meaning in English - His fifth name is Lambodar (the one who has a long belly), his sixth name is Vikat (the slayer of enemies), his seventh name is Vighnaraajendra (the remover of the obstacles), his eighth name is Dhoomravarna (the one with ash colour).
(4) Navamam bhaalachandram cha dashamam  tu vinaayakam.
Ekaadasham ganapatim dwaadasham tu gajaananam. 
नवमं भालचन्द्रं च दशमं तु विनायकम्।
एकादशं गणपतिं द्वादशं तु गजाननम्।।4।। 
Meaning in English - His ninth name is Bhaal chandra (the who has moon on his forehead), his tenth name is Vinaayak and his eleventh name is Ganapati ( the head of the Ganaas), his twelfth name is Gajaanan.
(5) Dwaadashaitaani naamaani trisandhyam yah pathennarah.
Na cha vighnabhayam tasya sarvasiddhikaram param.
द्वादशैतानि नामानि त्रिसंध्यं य: पठेन्नर:
न च विघ्नभयं तस्य सर्वसिद्धिकरं परम् ।।5।।  
Meaning in English - The person who reads these names three times a day, does not have the fear of any mishaps or obstacles. All of his desires are fulfilled.
(6) Viddhyaarthee labhate vidhyaam, dhanarthee labhate dhanam. 
Putraarthee labhate putraan mokshaarthee labhate gatim.
विद्यार्थी लभते विद्यां, धनार्थी लभते धनम्।
पुत्रार्थी लभते पुत्रान् मोक्षार्थी लभते गतिम्।।6।। 
Meaning in English- By chanting these names , a student gets good education, the person who wants money, gets money, who wants son, gets a good son,who wants salvation , gets salvation.
(7) Japed ganapati stotram shadabhirmaasai phalam labhaet.
Sanvatsarena siddhim cha labhet naatra sanshayah.
जपेद् गणपति स्तोत्रं षडभिर्मासैः फलं लभेत्। 
संवत्सरेण सिद्धिं च लभेत नात्र संशयः।।7।।  
Meaning in English - The person who chants this Stotra daily for sixth months, gets desired results , who chants this stotra daily for a year, his desires are fulfilled. There is no doubt in it.  
(8) Ashtabhyo braahmanebhyashch likhitwaa yah samarpayet.
Tasya viddhyaa bhavet sarvaa ganeshasya prasaadatah.
अष्टभ्यो ब्राह्मणेभ्यश्च लिखित्वा यः समर्पयेत्। 
तस्य विद्या भवेत् सर्वा गणेशस्य प्रसादतः।।8।।  
Meaning in English - The person who writes this Stotra and gives to eight Brahmans, gets all the learning by the grace of Lord Ganesh.
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Monday, December 23, 2013

(14.1.6) Ganesh Stotra (For getting a good son)

Santan Ganpati Stotra ( For getting a good son)

Lord Ganesh has a very important place among the Hindu deities. He is known as the god of wisdom, wealth, and obstacle remover. Doing his Puja and reciting the Stotras dedicated to him bring prosperity, fame and fulfill desires. The following stotra  if recited seven times daily, the person's desires are fulfilled and he/she gets a good son by the grace of Lord Ganesh -
Namostu gananaathaay siddhibuddhiyutaay cha. 
Sarvapradaay devaay putravriddhipraadaay cha.
Gurudaraay gurave goptre guhyaasitaay te. 
Gopyaay gopitaasheshabhuvanaay chidaatmane. 
Vishvamoolaay bhavyaay vishvasrishtikaraay te. 
Namo namaste satyaay satyapoornaay shundine.
Ekdantaay shuddhaay sumukhaay namo namah.
Prapannajanapaalaay pranataartivinaashine. 
Sharanam bhav devesh santatim sudridhaam kuru. 
Bhavishyanti cha ye putraa matkule gananaayak. 
Te sarve tav poojaartham nirataah syurvaro matah.
Putrapradamidam stotram sarvasiddhipradaayakam.
नमोSस्तु गणनाथाय सिद्धिबुद्धियुताय च।
सर्वप्रदाय देवाय पुत्रवृद्धिप्रदाय च।
गुरुदराय  गुरवे गोप्त्रे गुह्यासिताय ते।
गोप्याय गोपिताशेषभुवनाय चिदात्मने।
विश्वमूलाय भव्याय विश्व सृष्टिकराय ते।
नमो नमस्ते सत्याय सत्यपूर्णाय शुंडिने।
एकदंताय शुद्धाय सुमुखाय नमो नम :I 
प्रपन्नजनपालाय प्रणतार्तिविनाशिने।
शरणं भव देवेश संततिं सुदृढां कुरु।
भविष्यन्ति च ये पुत्रा मत्कुले  गणनायक।
ते सर्वे तव पूजार्थं निरता: स्युर्वरो मत :
पुत्रप्रदमिदं स्तोत्रं सर्वसिद्धिप्रदायकम्।
Phalsruti ( Benefit of this Stotra) - This stotra is beneficial for getting a good son. Besides a good son, this stotra is beneficial for getting all other desires fulfilled. The person should recite the above mentioned stotra at least seven times daily and after recitation, he/she should have a strong feeling that his/ her desire of getting a good son will be fulfilled by the grace of Lord Ganesh.

Ganesh Mantras and Stotras : Here under are the powerful Mantras & Stotras of Lord Ganesh :-

Friday, December 20, 2013

(13.1.7) Puja Vidhi / Shodashopachar Puja

Shodash upachaar Puja / Dashopachar Puja / Pachapochar Puja


What is Puja
Puja is an act of showing respect to the deity by the worshiper. It makes a spiritual connection between the worshiper and the deity. It is the way through which one can get the blessings of God. It Gives energy and mental peace to the worshiper. It has the power to remove all the problems and the obstacles which come across.

How is Puja Done 
According to the Hindu scriptures, while doing Puja of a deity, a few upachars or steps are adopted. These steps may be five Upachars or Ten Upachars or Sixteen Upachars.

Panchapochaar Puja / Panch Upchar 
Panchapochaar are five rituals or steps of doing Puja of a deity. They are 1. Gandh, 2. Pushpa, 3. Dhoop, 4. Deep, 5.Naivedhya.

Dashopachaar Puja 
Dashopachar are ten ritual or steps of doing Puja of a deity. They are - 1. Padhya, 2. Arghya, 3.Aachaman, 4. Snan, 5. Vastra - Nivedan , 6. Gandh, 7. Pushpa, 8. Dhoop, 9. Deep, 10. Naivedhya.

Shodashopachaar Puja 
Shodashopachaar Puja are sixteen rituals or steps. Here under are given the sixteen steps of Puja of a deity. These sixteen steps are known as Shodashopachaar Puja. These steps are common for all the Pujas but there may be some variations in them depending upon the deity and traditions. Mantra and shlokas may also be different-
1. Aavaahana, 2. Aasan, 3. Padhya, 4. Arghya, 5. Snan, 6. Vastra, 7. Gandh, 8. Akshat, 9. Pushpa, 10. Dhoop, 11. Deep, 12. Naivedhya, 13. Aachman, 14. Tamboolam, 15. Pugifalam, 16. Dakshina

Description of Steps- 
1. Aavaahana- Aavaahan is the invocation of the deity by the worshiper.
2. Aasan- The worshiper offers the appropriate seat to the deity. It is like requesting the deity to take his / her place.
3. Padhya- The feet of deity are washed. It is done by pouring a little water over the feet of the deity.
4. Arghya- Arghya is offering  water to the deity.
5. Snan- It is the bathing to the deity.
6. Vastra- After bathing, the deity is offered new clothes to wear.
7. Gandh- Scent or scented material is offered to the deity.
8. Akshat- Rice is offered to the deity.
9. Pushpa- Flowers are offered to the deity.
10. Dhoop- Agarbatti or the other thing is lighted as Dhoop batti.
11. Deep- A deepak or an earthen lamp is lighted.
12. Naivedhya- Some eatables are offered to the deity.
13. Aachman- Water is offered to sip and to wash mouth.
14. Tamboolam- Betel leaves are offered to the deity.
15. Pugifalam- Betel nut or such other thing is offered to the deity.
16. Dakshina- Some money is offered as a Dakshina to the deity.
Related Posts -
(13.4.1) Lakshmi Puja Samagri
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(13.4.2) Satyanarayan Vrat - Puja Samagri (Material)
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(14.4.3) Importance of Pooja Samagri
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Thursday, December 19, 2013

(13.1.6) Aarti / Arti (during Puja)/ What is Aarti ?

What is Aarti ?  How and why is Aarti Performed ?


What is Aarti ?
The word 'Aarti' is used in two forms -
1. As a part of Hindu worship.
There are sixteen upchars of Hindu Puja.Aarti is also one of them.
2. As a song or a hymn which is sung in the praise of the deity.
To pay devotion and respect to any god a song is sung with proper rhythm. This rhythmical song is also known as Aarti.
The other names for Aarti are Aaraatrikaa or Aarartikaa or Neeraajan.
Why is Aarti Performed ?
Aarti is a part of Shodashopachaar Puja. It is believed that during Puja or worshipping of any god, there might creep some thing wrong or any deficiency or a mistake. Aarti removes that deficiency and rectify the mistake and make it a prefect or complete Puja.
According to Skand Purana -
मन्त्रहीनं क्रियाहीनं यत पूजन हरे:
सर्वे सम्पूर्णं तामेति कृते नीराजने शिवे।
If the worship is performed without proper Mantra and without adopting proper process, Aarti takes the whole Puja to its perfection. In other words Aarti removes the deficiency of the Puja process and takes it to its completion or perfection.
How is Aarti performed/ The process of Aarti -
At the time of Aarti drums etc. are beaten, conch is blown and musical instruments are played. One, five, seven or more wicks soaked in Ghee are lighted.
The person who performs the Aarti stands before the idol of the deity and waves or rotates the lighted wicks four times at the feet of the deity, two times at the navel area, once at the face area  and seven times around the whole idol of the deity.

(5.3.21) Hora Muruhat

Hora Muhurat for doing or starting all types of events / activities 

What is Hora Muhurat :-
Hora is a kind of a muhurat which can be called an alternative of a Muhurat; It is a twenty four (24) Chakra or cycle which is ruled by seven planets. The Hora chakra begins from the sunrise and ends at the sunrise on the next day. There are seven Horas of the seven planets. These Horas rotate in a circle the whole day and the whole night. Thus there are twenty four Horas. One can find the appropriate or auspicious time through this Hora chakra for starting any work.
The duration of one hora is about one hour but it may be a bit longer or shorter in context to the length of the day and the night of that particular day.
When to use Hora Muhurat :-
There might be a day when no proper Muhurat is available for doing a particular task, and due to some urgency that task is necessary to be done. In that  case Hora Muhurat can use used to do that Particular task.
How to use Hora Muhurat/ The Method of  using Hora Muhurat:- 
If someone wants to submit a tender on Tuesday and there is no Proper Muhurat for submitting Tender on that Tuesday.In that case he can submit the tender in Sun Hora i.e. in the Second or ninth or Sixteenth Hora on that Tuesday because according to the Hora Muhurat Chart a tender can be submitted during the Sun Hora.
How Hora Muhurat is calculated :-
If the sun rises at six , the first Hora  begins at six o'clock and second hora begins at seven and third Hora begins at eight o'clock and like this it will go on till the  sunrise next day.
Hora Chart :- 
Sunday-  ( I Hora to VIII Hora )
(1) Sunday,(II) Friday, (III)Wednesday,(IV) Monday,(V) Saturday, (VI)Thursday, (VII)Tuesday, (VIII) Sunday,    
Sunday :- ( IX Hora to XVI Hora )
(IX) Friday, (X) Wednesday,(XI) Monday,(XII) Saturday, (XIII) Thursday, (XIV) Tuesday,(XV) Sunday,(XVI) Friday, 
Sunday :- ( XVII) Hora to XXIV Hora )
(XVII) Wednesday,(XVIII) Monday,(XIX) Saturday,(XX) Thursday,(XXI) Tuesday,(XXII) Sunday,(XXIII) Friday, (XXIV) Wednesday.

Monday- ( I Hora to VIII Hora )
(I) Monday,(II) Saturday,(III) Thursday,(IV) Tuesday,(V) Sunday, (VI) Friday,(VII) Wednesday,(VIII) Monday,    
Monday-( IX Hora to XVI Hora )
(IX) Saturday,(X) Thursday,(XI) Tuesday,(XII) Sunday, (XIII) Friday,(XIV)Wednesday,(XV) Monday,(XVI) Saturday,   
Monday- ( XVII) Hora to XXIV Hora )    
(XVII) Thursday,(XVIII) Tuesday,(XIX) Sunday,(XX) Friday, (XXI) Wednesday,(XXII) Monday,(XXIII) Saturday,(XXIV) Thursday.

Tuesday- ( I Hora to VIII Hora )
(I) Tuesday,(II) Sunday,(III) Friday,(IV) Wednesday,(V) Monday, (VI) Saturday,(VII) Thursday,(VIII) Tuesday, 
Tuesday- ( IX Hora to XVI Hora )
(IX) Sunday,(X) Friday,(XI) Wednesday,(XII) Monday,(XIII)  Saturday,(XIV) Thursday,(XV) Tuesday,(XVI) Sunday, 
Tuesday-( XVII) Hora to XXIV Hora )
(XVII) Friday,(XVIII) Wednesday,(XIX) Monday,(XX) Saturday, (XXI) Thursday,(XXII) Tuesday,(XIII) Sunday,(XXIV) Friday.

Wednesday - ( I Hora to VIII Hora )
(I) Wednesday,(II) Monday,(III) Saturday,(IV) Thursday,(V) Tuesday,(VI) Sunday,(VII) Friday,(VIII) Wednesday,   
Wednesday - ( IX Hora to XVI Hora )
(IX) Monday,(X) Saturday,(XI) Thursday,(XII) Tuesday,(XIII) Sunday,(XIV) Friday,(XV) Wednesday,(XVI) Monday,     
Wednesday - ( XVII) Hora to XXIV Hora )
(XVII) Saturday,(XVIII) Thursday,(XIX) Tuesday,(XX)  Sunday, (XXI) Friday,(XXII) Wednesday,(XXIII) Monday,(XXIV) Saturday.

Thursday - ( I Hora to VIII Hora )
(I) Thursday,(II) Tuesday,(III) Sunday,(IV) Friday,(V)Wednesday, (VI) Monday,(VII) Saturday,(VIII) Thursday,   
Thursday - ( IX Hora to XVI Hora )
(IX) Tuesday,(X) Sunday,(XI) Friday,(XII) Wednesday,(XIII) Monday,(XIV) Saturday,(XV) Thursday,(XVI) Tuesday, 
Thursday -( XVII) Hora to XXIV Hora )
(XVII) Sunday,(XVIII) Friday,(XIX) Wednesday,(XX) Monday, (XXI) Saturday,(XXII) Thursday,(XXIII) Tuesday,(XXIV) Sunday.

Friday- ( I Hora to VIII Hora )
(I) Friday,(II) Wednesday,(III) Monday,(IV) Saturday,(V) Thursday,(VI) Tuesday,(VII) Sunday,(VIII) Friday, 
Friday- ( IX Hora to XVI Hora )
(IX) Wednesday,(X) Monday,(XI) Saturday,(XII) Thursday,(XIII) Tuesday,(XIV)  Sunday,(XV) Friday,(XVI) Wednesday, 
Friday-( XVII) Hora to XXIV Hora )
(XVII) Monday,(XVIII) Saturday,(XIX) Thursday,(XX) Tuesday, (XXI) Sunday,(XXII) Friday,(XXIII) Wednesday,(XXIV) Monday.

Saturday- ( I Hora to VIII Hora )
(I)  Saturday,(II) Thursday,(III) Tuesday,(IV) Sunday,(V) Friday, (VI) Wednesday,(VII) Monday,(VIII) Saturday, 
Saturday- ( IX Hora to XVI Hora )
(IX) Thursday,(X) Tuesday,(XI)  Sunday,(XII) Friday,(XIII) Wednesday,(XIV) Monday,(XV) Saturday,(XVI) Thursday,
Saturday-( XVII) Hora to XXIV Hora )
(XVII) Tuesday,(XVIII) Sunday,(XIX) Friday,(XX) Wednesday, (XXI) Monday,(XXII) Saturday,(XXIII) Thursday,(XIV) Tuesday.

Hora and Suitability (What task can be done during a particular Hora) :-

Sun Hora- During the sun hora one can do the work related to government work, meeting with officers, giving and taking over one's charges, joining the duty, submitting tenders, giving applications etc.

Moon Hora- During the Moon hora one can do the work related to water, agriculture, gardening. Moon hora is considered as fruitful for all the auspicious work.

Mars Hora- Journey, giving loan, going to meeting or society mechanical work, sports, court cases, quarreling etc are recommended during Mars Hora.

Mercury Hora- Education, learning, reading, writing, starting new writing works, publishing a book, printing, new business, collecting money, submitting application, trade, communication, banking etc are suitable during mercury hora.

Jupiter Hora- Marriage related activities, establishing new relations, meeting with high officials, poetry writing, publishing, opening a new bank account, collection things, learning  education etc. are suitable during Jupiter Hora.

Venus Hora- Cinema, film making, new clothes, ornaments, marriage, love, romance, recreation, music, dance, journey, auspicious work are suitable in Venus Hora.

Saturn Hora- New house construction, entering  a new house, purchasing land, machinery mill beginning, laying foundation, opening a fixed deposit account, oil, iron, steel related activities, collection of metal, mining related activities are suitable during Saturn Hora.

Note- 
1. Sun Hora is more effective on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.
2. Moon Hora is more effective on Monday and Thursday.
3. Mars Hora is more effective on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.
4.Jupiter Hora is more effective on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

(14.1.5) Offering Durva (Doob) to Ganesh

Offering Doob (Durva) to Ganesh(For fulfilling desires and removing obstacles)


There are a few Mantras, Stotras and Gayatri Mantra related to Lord Ganesh. They all have the power to fulfill the desires of the person and can remove his problems. 
Why to offer Durva to Ganesh :- 
Besides Ganesh Mantras etc, if a person offers durvaa (Doob), a kind of grass, to Lord Ganesh by Chanting twelve names of Lord Ganesh, his desires are fulfilled and his troubles are removed by the grace of Lord Ganesh. 
The twelve  names are as follows :-
1. Sumukhaay Namah
2. Ek Dantaya Namah
3. Kapilaay Namah
4. Gaj Karnaay Namah
5. Lambodaraay Namah
6. Vikataay Namah
7. Vighnanaashaay Namah
8. Vinaayakaay Namah
9. Dhoomra Ketave Namah
10 . Ganaadhyakshaay Namah
11. Bhaal Chandraay Namah 
12. Gajaananaay Namah
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Friday, December 6, 2013

(14.1.4) Twelve names of Lord Ganesh (For getting success and to remove obstacles)

Twelve Names of Lord Ganesh for success in work without any obstacle

Ganesh is the lord of knowledge, wisdom, education and wealth. He is also known as the remover of the obstacles.
 There are the following sholokas  which have twelve names of Lord Ganesh. If a person recites these names everyday, he gets success in his endevour by the grace of Lord Ganesh.
(Note- If you want to follow the process or procedure of reciting these shlokas, you should click here.)

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

14.1.3 Ganesh Gayatri Mantra (For wealth, success, peace and happiness)


Ganesh Gayatri Mantra (For wealth, success, peace and happiness)
Importance of Ganesh Gayatri Mantra-

Lord Ganesh is known as the god of success and remover of obstacles. He is also the god of learning knowledge, education, wisdom and wealth. The person who recites or chants the mantras dedicated to him is sure to get success  in his endeavors without any obstacles. Ganesh Gayatri Mantra is also one of those mantras which have the power to remove the obstacles and misfortunes and bring prosperity and good luck. If one wants to jap or chant any one of the here under Ganesh Gayatri Mantras, he should follow the right process or procedure. One can chant the Ganesh Gayatri Mantra (any one of the five) at least 21 times before starting a new task. It will give him confidence and show him the right path.

Monday, December 2, 2013

(14.1.2 ) Ganesh Mantra / Ganesh Stotra Jap Process

How to Chant the Mantra or Stotra related to Lord Ganesh.-



After getting fresh from daily routine, sit on a rug or on a blanket facing east or north in a separate room or at any suitable and peaceful  place. Keep a framed picture of Lord Ganesh in Front of you. Close your eyes and meditate on Lord Ganesh with the feeling that he is wearing white garments, he has the complexion like the moon. He has four arms and pleasant face. He is considered the god of good luck. He blesses his devotees with success in their actions. He is the remover of all the obstacles which come across in one's life. I pray to such a great good Ganesh to fulfilll my desires, give me success in my work and remove my problems. After this feeling, Jap (repeat or chant) the desired mantra or Stotra as many times as you can everyday.
When the Mantra Jap or reciting the strotra is over, do not leave the place of Puja immediately. After the Mantra Jap sit very quiety, close your eyes and reflect upon the infinitive love of Lord Ganesh. Have a feeling in your mind that Lord Ganesh. Have a feeling in your mind that Lord Ganesh has accepted your prayer. He is pouring his blessings upon you. Your desires will certainly be fulfilled by the grace of god Ganesh. After it fold your hands and pay respects to god Ganesh and commence your routine duties.
Have full devotion and faith in the Mantra/Stotra and god Ganesh for positive results. During the period of reciting the Mantra or Stotra, you should always have the feeling of well-being of others and should not have malice against any person.
The list of some of the Mantras and Strots related to Lord Ganesh is given here under :- 
(9) Ganesh Stotra ( For well being blessings ) 

Sunday, December 1, 2013

(13.2.8) Swaroday / Swar Yog / Swar Vigyan / The science of breathing

What is Swar/ What is Swar Yog / What is Swar Vigyan / What is the Science of Breathing ?

What is Svaroday / Swar vigyan -
With the development of the human civilization different branches of knowledge also developed and came into existence. Swar vigyan is also one of them. Swar vigyan is related to inhaling ( taking or breating air into the lungs ) and exhaling ( taking out air from the lungs ). In other words swar vigyan is a science of breathing.
Kinds of Swar - There are three types of Swar. They are 1. Surya Swar 2. Chandra Swar 3. Sushuman Swar.
What is Surya Swar - When the right nostril is running ( i.e. taking air in and taking air out from the right nostril ), it is called Surya Swar.
What is Chandra Swar - When the left nostril is running ( i.e. taking air in and taking air out through left nostril ), it is called Chandra Swar.
Sushumana Swar - When both the right nostril and the left nostril run ( i.e. taking air in and taking air out through both the nostrils together ), it is called Sushumana Swar.
How to know or examine which of the swar is running - Put your finger on your left nostril and press it slightly, and find out if the air is coming out and going into your lungs easily through your right nostril ( if it is so ) it means your right nostril is running. and if you find difficult to take air in and take air out through right nostril, it means your right nostril is not running.
Repeat the same process by putting  your finger on your right nostril and find out whether your left nostril is running or not.
By doing so you will be able to know which of your swars is running or active or on.
Uses of Swar
What to do when Chandra Swar is on - When the left nostril is running, the people should do auspicious tasks, house entering, education, learning, religious activities, donation, wearing new clothes, purchasing land, starting new business, contact with other for good activities, friendship, agreement, agriculture related activities, yog practicing, worship, learning fine arts, creative work, and other auspicious activities.
What to do when Surya Swar is on - When the right nostril is running, the people should do hard and laborious work, buying and selling animals, mantra sadhana, using weapons, war, attack, enmity, gambling, or any destructive activities.
What to do when Sushumana Swar is on -
When both the nostrils i.e. left and right nostrils are running, the people should not start any new activity or work. During this time, they should practice yog, worshiping and the activities related to devotion and religion.
Journey and the Swar -
For a successful journey,the following guidelines given by swar vigyan can be followed -
When you start your journey, examine your swar by putting your finer on the left and the right nostril ( as given above ) and find out which of your swar is running.
If your left nostril ( Chandra swar ) is running, take your left step first and start your journey. If your right nostril ( Surya swar ) is running, take your right step first and start your journey.
Horary astrology and swar -
If the question is asked when the left swar is on, it is the indication of success in the work. If the question is asked when the right swar is on, the success is doubtful.
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(13.2.11) Saat Sukh / Seven Pleasures 
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(13.2.12) Shiva swarodaya
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(13.1.8) Types of Hindu Vivah 
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(13.1.9) Manas Pooja / Mental Worship
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(13.1.10) Peacock Feathers / Importance of Peacock Feathers
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(13.1.11) Yagyopavit Sanskaar / Upnayan Sanskaar
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(13.1.13) Important Things about Yagyopavit
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

(10.3.19) Vat Savitri Vrat 2017

Vat Savitri Vrat for well being and longevity of husband

When is Vat Savitri Vrat in 2017
In the year 2017 the Vat Savitri Vrat is on Thursday, 25.05.2017 (Amavasya Paksh)
and on Friday, 09.06.2017 (Purnima Paksh)
( Note- see below why two Tithis have been given for this fast)
Important things about Vat Savitri Vrat -
(1) There are two views about the Tithi for observing Vat Savitri Vrat. According to Skand and Bhavishyottar, this fast is observed on Jeshtha Shukla Purnima and according to Nirjanmrit etc. this Vrat is observed on Vaisakh krishna Amavasya. Accordingly in some parts of India it is observed on Purnima and in some other parts it is observed on Amavasya.
(2) Vat Savitri  Vrat is dedicated to Savitri who got her dead husband back.
(3) The married women observe this fast for the longevity of their husbands. The unmarried girls observe this fast to get a good husband.
(4) Alhtough this Vrat begins on Trayodashi and ends on on Amavasya or Purnima (as the case may be) yet usually this Vrat is obesrved either on Amavasya or on Purnima.
Why is Vat Savitri Vrat observed:-
This vrat is observed by the married women for the well being, longevity and good health of their husbands, this Vrat is associated with Savitri. It is observed in the honour of Savitri who showed her determination to bring back her husband Satyavan from Yam, the god of death .
How is Vat Savitri vrat observed :-
This fast begins from Trayodashi and ends on Purnima or Amavashya as the case may be .But if it is not possible to start this Vrat on Trayodashi, one can keep this Vrat only on Purnima or on Amavasya.In any of the above cases on Purnma or on Amavasya, the  women get up early in the morning,take a bath and in the noon or before noon they make a group and go to Vat Vriksh (Banyan tree ).There they do  the Puja of the Vat Vriksh. After Puja and prayer they tie a red or yellow thread around the banyan tree.Then they listen to the story of Satyavan and Savitri and go seven times  around the tree singing folk songs. After this Puja ritual,they take the blessings of their elders and other married women by bowing before them and touching their feet.
The legend (story) of Vat Savitri Vrat :-
The princess Savitri was the daughter of Ashvapati,the king of Madra Desh.She wanted to marry Satyavan . Before her marriage Rishi Narad had told her that Satyavan would die in a year and thus he would not live long.But Savitri was determined  to marry him. So her father married off  Savitri. Dhymdsen was the name of Savitri's father in law .His kigdom was snatched by some other king so he had to live in the forest with his family. Savitri also began to live with them.
Three days before  the fixed day of Satyavan's death,Savitri started her fast.On the third day Satyavan and Savitri began cutting wood as usual.When Satyavan was tired,he slept.While he was sleeping, a snake bit him.Yam, the god of death came to take away his soul. Savitri followed Yam.Then Yam granted her three boons.The last boon was that she would be the mother of one hundred sons.On granting this boon Savitri said to Yam , "As you have granted me the boon of having one hundred sons,please give me my husband back.Without her how will I be able to become the mother of one hundred sons."
At thisYam had to give back Satyavan's soul.There after Satyavan and Savitri lived happily. 

(10.3.20) Vaisakh Maas/ Vaisakh Mahina/ Vaisakh Snan 2017

Holy or Sacred month of Vaisakh / Baisakh Snan 2017

When is Vaisakh Snan 
In the year year 2017 Vaisakh Snan begins on Tuesday 11 April, 2017 and ends on Wednesday, 10 May, 2017
In the  Hindu calender  there are twelve months. Among  these 12 months four months are considered sacred and auspicious. These four months are Vaisakh, Shraavan, Kartik and Magh. 
Vaisakh month is very dear to Lord Vishnu. Any Jap, Tap,and Daan ,which are done during the month of Vaisakh ,are considered more fruitful . Jal dan (Water donation) is considered to be the best Daan(Donation) during this month. Water pots or water pitchers are given in charity. Some people run water huts during this month.
Importace of Vaisakh Snan / Baisakh Snaan:-
Vaisakh Snan or bathing is an important ritual in the month of Vaisakh. The Vaisakh Snan (bathing) begins from Chaitra Shukla Purnima and continues till Baisakh Shukla Purnima.
The person should get up early in the morning and take a bath in the Brahma Muhurat. Taking bath in this month removes the sins of the person and brings  him good luck. Besides taking  a bath, the person should chant the Mantra 'Aum Namo Bhagawate Vaasudevaay' at least 1080 times (ten Malas). If possible he should observe fast for these thirty one days by eating food once a day. These all rituals remove the sins, illness and ill effects of the planets.
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Friday, November 15, 2013

(10.1.18) Holi , the festival of colours 2017

Holi, the festival of colours - 2017
When is Holi celebrated - 
Holi is celebrated on Falgun Shukla Purnima.
In the year 2017 Holi is on Sunday, 12.3.2017.
Like Diwali, Holi is also a great and important festival of the Hindus. It is a festival of noisy mirth, rough practical jokes and loud singing and dancing. It brings every young and old person out of boredom and seriousness of the routine life.
The story related to Holi:-    
The story behind its celebration is that of Prahlad who was a devotee of Shri Vishnu. He would chant Vishnu's name all the time and during all his activities. Prahlad's father, king Hiranyakashipu did not like it. He wanted his son to worship no one, but him (his father). So he tried to deviate Prahlad from his devotion to God, but he continued to worship Lord Vishnu with full devotion. So Hiranyakashipu tried to kill Bhakt Prahlad in many ways but he was saved every time. Hiranyakashipu's sister, whose name was Holika, had a boon that she would not be burnt in the fire. So Hiranyakashipu asked her to sit with Prahlad into the fire. She entered the fire with is nephew Prahlad. But blessed by Lord Vishnu the child Praahlad remained unharmed and Holika got burnt and died. To celebrate Prahlad's victory over Hiranyakashipu, this festival is celebrated. 
Celebrations :- 
In the night of Purnima, big heaps of fuel are placed  in the streets or road sides  (and outside the village in the rural area) for burning up the Holi. This pile consists of logs of wood and cow dung cakes. At the appointed hour a Brahmin chants mantras and sets fire to the pile. Soon the pile begins to burn brightly and the whole street is lit up. People parch green ears of barley, wheat or gram in the flames of Holi. These perched ears are distributed among the friends and the relatives. Next day people throw colored water on one another. They apply Abir and Gulal on the faces of their friends and relatives. People go about in groups with coloured water in Pichkaaris or in buckets or with 'abir' and 'gulal' in a small bag. They make a lot of noise. They exchange jokes. This goes on till mid day. Then the people wash their coloured faces and hands and take a bath. After bathing they put on clean and new clothes and go to the houses of their friends and relatives and embrace them as a token of their affectionate relations.  
Thus Holi is the festival of love, affections and brotherhood. The feelings of untouchability and high or low are forsaken.
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Thursday, November 14, 2013

(10.1.17) Samwatsar 2074 / Nav Samvatsar 2074

Vikram Samwat 2074 /Nav Samvatsar / Hindu Nav Varsh, 2074 (or) Sanvatsar / Nav sanvatsar ,2074 / Hindu new year 2074

This year Samwat 2074 begins on Chaitra Krishna Amavasya (Usually Nav Samvatsar begins on Chaitra Shukla Pratipada but in Samvat 2074 Pratipadada is a kshaya tithi so this year it begins on Amavasya), Tuesday, 28 March, 2017.
Important things about Samwatsar ;- 
(1) Lord Brahma began his creation on Chaitra Shukla Pratipad. So this day is considered as the day of creation and enthusiasm.
(2) Lord Vishnu took the incarnation of Matsya on this day.
(3) This day is also known as the beginning of Vikram Samwat.
(4) Basant Navratra begins on this day.
(5) In Maharastra this day is celebrated as the festival of Gudi Padawa
(6) In Andhra Pradesh and Karnatak this day is celebrated as Ugadi festival.
(7) Chaitra shukla Pratipada is also known as the Swayam siddh Muhurat (Self Proven Muhurat). So any new and auspicious work can be started  or new things can be purchased on this day.
(8) Every Samwatsar has its own name. ( Click here to know the names of 60 Samwatsars)
(9) Every Samwatsar has its own name, king, minister and other office bearers and their effects.(click  for  Vikarm Samwat Council and Phal Vichar  )
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(The beginning of the Hindu new year)
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(5.2.6) Basant Navratra
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(10.1.13) Gudi Padava
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(6.2.18) Names of 60 Samwatsars
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(3) New year greetings / Wishes / SMS
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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

(10.3.21) Bhishm Panchak / Bhishma Panchak Vrat 2016

When is Bhishm Panchak Vrat observed 
In the year 2016 Bhisham Panchak Vrat is from Thursday 10.11.2016 to Monday 14.11.2016.
The last five days of Kartik month (in the Hindu calendar) are known as Bhishm Panchak . So Bhishm Panchak Vrat begins on Kartik Shukla Ekadashi and ends on Kartik Shukla Purnima . 
The legend related to Bhishm Panchak :- 
When Mahabharat war was over , Lord Krishna took five Pandav brothers to Bhism Pitamah who was lying on the Vaan Shaiya (the bed of arrows) , and requested him to give updesh to Pandava brothers. At this Bhishma gave Pandavas the knowledge related to religion and salvation etc. This procedure of imparting the knowledge started on Kartik Shukla Ekadashi and ended on Kartik Shukla Purnima . These five days are known as Bhishm Panchak and the Vrat observed on these five days is known as Bhishm Panchak Vrat. 
Importance of Bhishm Panchak Vrat :- 
This Vrat is considered to be very fruitful and salvation giving. 
The Mantra to be chanted during Bhishm Panchak :- 
During these five days , the Vrati (the person who observes this Vrat ) should chant the following Mantra as many times as he/she can (108 times or 1080 times or more) . The Mantra is :- 
"Om Namo Bhagawate Vaasudevaaya"
The recitation of this Mantra is very fruitful. It fulfills the desires of the person and removes his sins.

(10.1.16 ) Baisakhi / Vaisakhi 2017

 Vaisakhi / Baisakhi ,the festival 2017

When is Vaisakhi celebrated 
Baisakhi is a seasonal festival which is chiefly celebrated in Punjab and Haryana. Every year this festival is celebrated on 13 April or on 14 April and according to Nanak Shahi calender.
How is Baisakhi celebrated.
Vaisakh is the month when the harvest of wheat, gram and barley stands in full growth. So the farmer community is filled with feelings of prosperity and happiness. They thank god of good crops and pray for the prosperity in the year to come. On this day people get up early and have a bath in the holy rivers and wear traditional new clothes. At different places fairs are held by the sides of the river at the places which are religiously famous. On the day of Baisakhi a large number of people gather at the Mela  grounds. The fairs have all sorts of attractions. The Punjabis perform 'Bhangara' dance to express their joy and zeal. People enjoy the dances standing in circles.When the evening draws near, the people retire to their homes full of cheer and joy.
Customs and rituals
Baisakhi is a harvest festival so it is celebrated in the open fields. Men and women wear customary dresses and take part in popular Bhangara dance.
But this festival has religious importance also. So the followers of the Sikh religion wake up early in the morning and go to the Gurudwaras to attend special meetings. They give preference to visit Golden Temple, which is the revered place for the Sikhs. But those who are not able to go to Golden temple, go the neighbouring Gurudwaras.
At the Grudwaras, the Gurugranth sahib, which is the holy book of the Sikhs, is taken out and it is given a symbolic bath with milk and water. Then Guru Granth Sahib is placed on the throne. This book is then read out to the followers.
 In the afternoon Gurugranth Sahib is taken out in a procession. The men, women and children take part in this procession with enthusiasm. This procession moves through the major parts of the city. During this procession people dance at the beatings of Bhangra drums. Devotees sing religious songs. Thus the festival comes to an end.
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(13.2.7) Christmas greetings, good wishes and SMS

Christmas Greetings

Festivals bring a positive change in the daily routine and dull life of ours. They bring joy, happiness and new hope to all. They are of great rejoicing. They fill in us the spirit of joy and gaiety. Happiness of the festivals can be doubled if it is shared with others. Christmas is also one of the festivals when we can share our happiness and moments of rejoicings with others.The best way of sharing our happiness with others is to send them our good wishes, greetings and messages on these festivals.The wishes and greetings refresh the memories of the sender as well as the receiver. They fill both the sender and receiver with the feelings of closeness as the receiver feels that the sender still remembers and cares for him/her. Here under are some of the greetings, good wishes and messages:-
1. All the nine planets play an important role in the life of an individual. On this Christmas festival, I hope and wish that they will remain favourable to you all through the year to come.
2. While everything of future remains enveloped in the cloudy veil of mystery,  I wish you the happiest and prosperous new year on this propitious day of Christmas.
3. May this holy festival fulfill all your expectations and dreams. 
4. I pray to God to give you health, wealth and contentment all through the year. 
5. In this age of restlessness may you have solace and peace of mind by the grace of God.
6. May God bless your family with joy and familial harmony on the holy occasion of Christmas. 
7. May this Christmas bring you and your family, joy, peace and prosperity. 
8. May the burning candles on this Christmas show you the right path to the destination you want to reach. 
9. May all the heavenly joys be showered upon you.
10. Best wishes for you on this day of joy and pleasure. 
11. Accept my hearty wishes on the auspicious occasion of Christmas. 
12. It is Christmas, the festival of joy. let us smile and be glad. 
13. Let us share our joys with others on this merry Christmas. 
14. Wish you a lot of affection and joy. 
15. May the blessings of lord remain with you all through your life.
16. May this Christmas fill you with the spirit of joy and gaiety. 
Merry Christmas to all of you.
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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

(10.1.15) Chetichand 2017

Jhulelal Jayanti 2017/ Chetichand 2017

( The Sindhi new year festival )

When is Chetichand- 
In the year 2017, the festival of chetichand is  on Wednesday, 29.03.2017
Important things about Chetichand--
(1) Every year the festival of Cheti Chand is celebrated on Chaitra shukla pratipada or on Chaitra shukla dwitiya. It depends on the visibility of moon.
(2) It is mainly the festival of the Sindhi Community(The Hindus who lived in sindh province of Pakistan)Now they live in India and other parts of the world.
(3) The Sindhis celebrate this festival in the memory and honour of the birth of Jhule lal , the patron saint of their community.
(4) Chetichand is considered as the new year's day by the sindhis.
(5) This day is considered to be very auspicious and it is celebrated with pomp and gaiety.
(6) The businessmen of Sindhi community observe this day as the beginning of the new financial year.
(7) A big procession is taken out by the devotees.
How do people wish on Chetichand
When a person wants to wish a happy new year to a sindhi, he says "Chetichand jyon lakh lakh wadayun Athav " (which means lakhs of wishes for happy cheti chand) In the reply to this wish the sindhi says, "Tohan khe bhi chanti chand jyon lakh lakh wadayan Athav" (which means I wish you the same.)
Legend related to Chetichand :-
During the second half of the tenth century Makrab Khan killed Sha Sadakat Khan and acquired the kingdom and crowned  himself as Mirik shah. He ordered the Sindhi Hindus to become the followers of Islam or face death. At this, many Hindus gathered at the bank of river Sindhu and prayed water god to save them from the cruel action of Mirik Shah. They continued their prayer for forty days. On the fortieth day they heard an Akashvani which said that he would take birth at Nasarpur and would rescue them all from the tyrant. The Akashvani (the divine voice) came true and a child was born in due course. This child was later known as Jhulelal . He had a miraculous personality. Through his miracles he compelled the Muslim ruler to treat the Hindus and Muslims alike. Since then he Sindhi community celebrate  the festival of Cheti chand to honour the birth of Jhule lal.

Monday, November 11, 2013

(5.2.2/1) Muhurat / Auspicious time for new business / New shop 2017-2017

The best time / auspicious time or Muhurat / Shubh muhurat for starting a new business or opening a shop in the year  2017 - 2018

The following factors / things are considered for the muhurat for starting a new business / shop :- 
(1) Tithi
(2) Vaar
(3) Nakshtra
(4) Chandra Shuddhi
(5) Lagna / time ( Kumbh lagna is prohibited ) 
Important Note - During a year due to Guru and Shukra Ast and other inauspicious period, there remain a limited number of auspicious days which cover all the norms necessary for the muhurat for starting a new business or opening a new shop etc. Under this situation people can start business  etc. on Chaitra Shukla PratipadaAkshay TritiyaVijaya Dashmi and Kartika  Shukla Pratipada which are known as the Sadhe Teen Swyam Siddha Muhurat. Besides these four days, one can start business  etc. when there occurs Guru Pushyamrit Yog and Ravi Pushyamrit Yog. To know their day and date click on them.
Here under are given the Muhurat for new business / shop in the year 2015-2016. If you want to know which of the following Muhuratas is favourable for you , you are to know Chandra Shuddhi and for Chandra Shuddhi click here  :-
(  For Chandra Suddhi you must know your Name Sign ,If you want to know your Name Sign Click here )
There is no proper muhurat for starting new business due to Dhanu Mal Maas from 15.12.2016 to 14.01.2017.
Muhurat for new business or new Shop in the year 2017 -  
> 19.01.2017 Thursday
Muhurat for  opening a shop or starting a new business in January 2017
Time From 12:16 to 12:59
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Kanya.
Muhurat for  opening a shop or starting a new business in February 2017
> 03.02.2017 Friday
Time From 12:19 to 13:02
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Mesh.
> 06.02.2017 Monday
Time From 12:19 to 13:02
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Vrishabh.
> 13.02.2017 Monday
Time From 12:19 to 13:03
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Singh.
> 15.02.2017 Wednesday
Time From Sunrise to 09:54
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Kanya.
> 16.02.2017 Thursday
Time From 12:30 to 13:14
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Tula.
> 19.02.2017 Sunday
Time From 12:29 to 13:14
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Vrishchik.
There is no proper muhurat for new business or new Shop due to Holashtak  from 03.05.2017 to 12.03.2017.
Muhurat for  opening a shop or starting a new business in March 2017
> 13.03.2017 Monday
Time From 06:47 to 08:14 or 12:13 to 13:01
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Kanya.
Due to Meen Mal Maas from 14.03.2017 to 13.04.2017, there is no proper Muhrat for new business or opening shop.
Muhurat for  opening a shop or starting a new business in April 2017
> 24.04.2017, Monday
Time - From sunrise to 07:22
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Meen

> 28.04.2017, Friday
Time - From 7:32 to 10:47 & 11:58 to 12:50 & 12:24 to 14:01
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Meen
> 30.04.2017, Sunday
Time - From sunrise to 06:41

Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Mithun
Muhurat for  opening a shop or starting a new business in May, 2017
> 07.05.2017, Monday
Time - 11:57 to 12:50
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Kanya
> 08.05.2017, Monday
Time - 11:56 to 12:49
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Kanya
> 12.05.2017, Friday
Time - 11:57 to 12:50
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Vrishchik
> 27.05.2017, Saturday
Time - 11:57 to 12:51
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Mithun
Muhurat for  opening a shop or starting a new business in June, 2017
> 03.06.2017, Saturday
Time - 11:57 to 12:52
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Kanya
> 05.06.2017, Monday
Time - 11:57 to 12:52
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Tula
> 12.06.2017, Monday
Time - 11:59 to 12:17
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Dhanu
> 19.06.2017, Monday
Time - 12:00 to 12:55
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Meen
> 22.06.2017, Thursday
Time - 12:01 to 12:56
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Vrish
> 26.06.2017, Monday
Time - 12:02 to 12:57
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Kark
> 30.06.2017, Friday
Time - 12:03 to 12:58
Chandra Rashi or Moon sign is Kanya

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