Aaj Ka Panchang, 24 March, 2024: Tithi, Vrat, and Today’s Shubh, Ashubh Muhurat – News18

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AAJ KA PANCHANG, 24 MARCH, 2024: The Chaturdashi and Purnima Tithi of the Shukla Paksha will be observed on March 24, as per Drik Panchang. The day marks the auspicious occasion of Chhoti Holi, Holika Dahan, Phalguna Chaumasi Chaudas, and Phalguna Purnima Vrat. People must carefully consider the Tithi, auspicious dates, and inauspicious times before beginning any religious rites or daily duties. These insights can be extremely useful for good planning and issue resolution.

The moon is also expected to rise at 6:13 PM and set at 6:37 AM on March 25.

The Chaturdashi Tithi is predicted to last till 9:54 AM on March 24, following which the Purnima Tithi will commence. The Purva Phalguni Nakshatra will be in effect till 7:34 AM on March 24, followed by the Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra. The moon is expected to be in Simha Rashi, after which Kanya Rashi takes control. Throughout the day, the sun is predicted to be in Meena Rashi.

The Brahma muhurta will occur between 5:04 AM and 5:52 AM. The Abhijit muhurta will last from 12:20 PM to 1:09 PM. Later in the day, the Godhuli muhurat is scheduled for 6:49 PM to 7:13 PM, followed by the Vijaya muhurta from 2:47 PM to 3:35 PM. In addition, devotees can observe the Sayahna Sandhya muhurta from 6:50 PM to 8:01 PM and the Pratah Sandhya muhurta from 5:28 AM to 6:39 AM.

The following are the Ashubh muhurat, or inauspicious hours for the day: The Rahu Kalam will take place between 5:19 PM and 6:50 PM, followed by the Gulikai Kalam from 1:48 PM to 5:19 PM. Furthermore, the Yamaganda muhurta is scheduled to be effective from 12:45 PM to 2:16 PM, while the Banna muhurat is expected to occur in Mrityu from 2:14 PM to the complete night. People should be aware of these times and organise their activities properly to avoid any negative outcomes.


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