Today’s Auspicious Timings or Shubha Muhurat: As per the Hindu Panchang, on 3rd January 2023, the Abhijit muhurat or subh muhurat for starting anything new is from 12:04:48 to 12:46:18 hours.
Today’s Tithi, Nakshatra and Vaar Details
Today, it is a Chaturdashi tithi of Shukla Paksha which will remain up to 26:16:39 and it is Mrigashirsha Nakshatra today up to 16:26:03. Today’s day is Guruvara. According to the Shaka Samvat, this is 1944 Shubhakruth and 5123rd year as per Kali Samvat while as per the Vikram Samvat, the year is 2079. The Pravishte/Gate is 21. The month purnimanta and Amanta is Pausha.
Subh Muhurat Today
Yesterday, there was no Abhijit while today the Subh Muhurat will be from 12:05:41 to 12:47:15.
Inauspicious Timings (Ashubha Muhurat)
This day is full of Ashubha Muhurat. The details of the inauspicious timings (ashubha muhurat) are provided below for reference.
Mainly the Dushta Muhurtas will occur twice during the day, first from 10:42:34 to 11:24:08, while on the second occasion, it will be from 14:51:55 To 15:33:28. The Kulika Muhurta, also considered inauspicious timings, will starts from 10:42:34 and end at 11:24:08. The Kantaka/Mrityu Muhurta will be between 14:51:55 and 15:33:28. The Rahu Kaal begins at 13:44:23 and ends at 15:02:18. The Kalavela/Ardhayaam kaal prevails from 16:15:02 to 16:56:35. The Yamaghanta kaal starts at 07:56:21 and will end at 08:37:54. The Yamaganda kaal will be there from 07:14:47 to 08:32:43. The days last Ashubha Muhurat will begin at 09:50:38 and ends at 11:08:33.
Sun and Moon Rise and Set Timings
Now, it is time to know when the Sun will rise and set today and what would be the Moon rising and setting timings for the day. As per today’s panchang the sun will rise at 7:14:47 while the sunset will occur at 17:38:09 while the Moon will rise at 16:08:59 and will set at 30:49:59. Today’s Ritu is Shishir and Moon Sign is Virishabha which will remain up to 08:05:55.
The duration of the day is 10:22:16.
Daily Panchang: 5th January 2023
The parts of a panchang include:
Tithi – the lunar phase, which is calculated based on the position of the moon in relation to the sun.
Nakshatra – the lunar mansion, which is based on the position of the moon in relation to the celestial sphere.
Yoga – the combination of the sun and the moon’s position, which affects the energy of the day.
Karana – the half-day period, which is calculated based on the time it takes the moon to move from one tithi to the next.
Vaar – the day of the week, which is based on the movement of the sun.
Masa – the lunar month, which is based on the phases of the moon.
Samvatsara – the Hindu calendar year, which is based on the movement of the sun.
Ritu – the season, which is based on the position of the sun in relation to the earth.
Hora – the time of day, which is divided into 12 equal parts.
Ayanamsa – the difference between the tropical and sidereal zodiacs, which is used to calculate the positions of the planets.