Aaj Ka Panchang, 25 March, 2024: Holi Tithi, Vrat, and Today’s Shubh, Ashubh Muhurat – News18

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AAJ KA PANCHANG, 25 MARCH, 2024: The Purnima Tithi of Shukla Paksha and Pratipada Tithi of Krishna Paksha will occur on Monday, March 25, as per Drik Panchang. Shukla Purnima and Krishna Pratipada hold significant importance for initiating important activities and are listed among the shubh muhurat timings. This day is packed with 11 festivals, including Vasanta Purnima, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanti, Holi, Dol Purnima, Lakshmi Jayanti, Panguni Uthiram, Chandra Grahan (Upachchaya), Phalguna Ashtahnika Ends, Phalguna Purnima, Anvadhan, and Savarni Manvadi.
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Considering the Tithi and both auspicious and inauspicious timings is crucial when planning any activity to enhance the prospects of successful execution.

The sunrise is slated to occur around 6:30 AM, with sunset predicted at 6:44 PM. Additionally, the moon is scheduled to rise around 6:54 PM, with no moonset expected.

The Purnima Tithi is expected to persist until 12:29 PM, marking the commencement of the Pratipada Tithi thereafter. Additionally, the auspicious Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra is anticipated to prevail until 10:38 AM, following which it will transition into the auspicious Hasta Nakshatra. The moon is predicted to be in Kanya Rashi, while the sun is projected to be in Meena Rashi.

The Brahma Muhurta is expected to occur from 4:56 AM to 5:43 AM, followed by the Vijaya Muhurta from 2:40 PM to 3:29 PM, and the Godhuli Muhurat from 6:43 PM to 7:07 PM. The Nishita Muhurta is predicted to take place between 12:13 AM and 1:00 AM on March 26, while the Pratah Sandhya Muhurta is slated from 5:19 AM to 6:30 AM. Sayahna Sandhya is scheduled from 6:44 PM to 7:55 PM. Additionally, Abhijit is anticipated to take place between 12:13 PM and 1:02 PM.

The Rahu Kalam Muhurat is predicted to span from 8:02 AM to 9:34 AM, followed by the Yamaganda Muhurat from 11:05 AM to 12:37 PM, and Gulikai Kalam Muhurat from 2:09 PM to 3:41 PM. The Dur Muhurtam is expected to occur in two phases, one from 1:02 PM to 1:51 PM and the other from 3:29 PM to 4:18 PM. The Aadal Yoga is scheduled from 6:30 AM to 10:38 AM. Furthermore, the Banna Muhurat is slated to be in Mrityu until 2:28 PM, after which it will shift to Agni from 2:28 PM until the full night.


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