Aaj ki Tithi (आज की तिथि), Aaj ki Tithi kya hai

Tithi is very important in Hindu religion. In Hinduism, work is done on the basis of Tithi, Panchag and Day. At the beginning of the day, first of all it is known that what is today's date?, What is the Hindu calendar of today?,What is the Hindu Panchang of today?, What is today's day? And what day is it today? All these questions are answered below.

Vikram Samvat 2078

Magha Krishna Paksha Ekadashi

Friday, 28 January 2022

Lord Kubera Ekadashi, Lord Maha Vishnu Dwadashi, Shattila Ekadashi
Magha Krishna Paksha Ekadashi till 11:26 pm and after that Magha Krishna Paksha Dwadashi will start.

Today's Vrat & Festival: Shukrawar Vrat and Katha, Shattila Ekadashi 2022

Sunrise Sunrise 07.15 AM
Sunset Sunset 05.52 PM
Moonrise Moonrise 03:11 am
Moonset Moonset 01:47 pm
Rahu Kaal start Rahu Kaal 11:13 am
Rahu Kaal end Rahu Kaal 12:34 pm
This time according Delhi NCR.

What is today's auspicious time?

Auspicious time is that in which planets and constellations are good and fruitful for human beings. Work done with auspicious time is considered successful without any hindrance. In which there is a right time to do any work. Know more


Tomorrow's Date

Magha Krishna Paksha Dwadashi

Saturday, 29 January 2022

Lord Maha Vishnu Dwadashi, Dharma Trayodashi
Magha Krishna Paksha Dwadashi till 08:37 pm and after that Magha Krishna Paksha Trayodashi will start.

Tomorrow's Vrat & Festival: Shanivar Vrat, Puja and Katha

Sunrise Sunrise 07.15 AM
Sunset Sunset 05.53 PM
Moonrise Moonrise 04:21 am
Moonset Moonset 02:44 pm
Rahu Kaal start Rahu Kaal 09:53 am
Rahu Kaal end Rahu Kaal 11:14 am
This time according Delhi NCR.










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The answer of any question related to today's date (Aaj ki tithi) can be found on the issue of today's date of The Divine India like today's festival and fast, festival, fast, monthly fast, Panchak dates, which aarti is done today, What is the time of moonrise and moonset today and what is the time of sunrise and sunset today etc. Your questions like what is today's Panchang?, what is today's Rahu Kaal time?, which date is today, what is today's date?, when is Amavasya?, when is Ekadashi? Is it?,When is Kala Ashtami Vrat?,When is Monthly Shivratri of this month?,When is Sankashti Chaturthi Vrat? The answer to all these questions is available on this page.

What is an almanac?

Panchang means Pancha limbs like Date, Var, Yoga, Nakshatra, Karan. It is from these that auspicious yoga is created, which we call a Muhurta.

What is Rahu Kaal?

Rahukalam is called the time period of Rahu. It is the time to which the Rahu period refers. Rahu Kaal denotes an inauspicious time period in each day. Doing any auspicious work in Rahu period is not considered favorable.

What is Krishna Paksha and Shukla Paksha?

Shukla is the Sanskrit word for white or bright. Shukla Paksha is a period of 15 days, which begins on the day of Amavasya and ends on the full moon day. This side is considered auspicious.
Krishna Paksha is called the decreasing moon in the Hindu calendar. Krishna is the Sanskrit word for darkness. Krishna Paksha is a period of 15 days

What is the date?

Know according to Hindu calendar and Hindu Panchag. Date is the main part of the Hindu calendar. This is one of the lunar calendar days of the Hindu calendar. Depending on the date, all the days, festivals, birthdays, death anniversaries, auspicious days, inauspicious days etc. are determined. There are a total of 30 day dates in a month as defined in Vedin astrology. In which Amavasya and Purnima come only once in the month. The first fifteen dates are included in the Shukla Paksha, while the next fifteen Tithis are included in the Krishna Paksha. All auspicious work should be done in Shukla Paksha. A date is considered complete when the Moon is located at 12 degrees from the Sun. A date ends with a 12 degree tilt of the moon. A date has five parts called Nanda, Bhadra, Rikta, Jaya and Poorna.

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