Aaj Ka Panchang, 27 March, 2024: Tithi, Vrat, and Today’s Shubh, Ashubh Muhurat – News18

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Aaj Ka Panchang, 27 March, 2024: The sunrise is expected to be around 6:17 AM, while the sunset will likely happen at 6:36 PM. (Image: Shutterstock)
AAJ KA PANCHANG, 27 MARCH, 2024: The Dwitiya and Tritiya of the Krishna Paksha will be observed on Wednesday, March 27. On this day many people will observe the Holi Bhai Dooj. The festivity occurs twice a year with the one after Diwali being most popular. But in many regions, it is also observed after Holi. It is advisable to go through the Tithi, auspicious timings, and inauspicious periods before engaging in any activities. This information can offer valuable insights into the day’s occurrences and aid in steering clear of potential issues.

The sunrise is expected to be around 6:17 AM, while the sunset will likely happen at 6:36 PM. Additionally, the moonrise is anticipated at 8:31 PM, followed by the moonset will occur at 7:13 AM.

The Dwitiya Tithi is set to continue until 5:06 PM, at which point the Tritiya Tithi will commence. The Chitra Nakshatra is expected to be visible until 4:16 PM and then the Swati Nakshatra will come into effect. The moon is forecasted to be in the Tula Rashi. The sun is anticipated to be positioned in the Meena Rashi.

As for the auspicious muhurat (timing) on this day: The Brahma muhurta is slated to occur from 4:43 AM to 5:30 AM. The Godhuli muhurta is projected to fall between 6:35 PM and 6:59 PM, while the Vijaya muhurta is expected from 2:30 PM to 3:19 PM. Furthermore, the Sayahna Sandhya muhurta is likely to span from 6:36 PM to 7:46 PM, and the Pratah Sandhya muhurta can be observed from 5:07 AM to 6:17 AM. Lastly, the Amrit Kalam muhurta is considered to take place from 9:08 AM to 10:55 AM

The ashubh muhurta, or inauspicious timings, for the day, are as follows: The Rahu Kalam is anticipated to last from 12:27 AM to 1:59 AM. The Gulikai Kalam time frame is slated to occur between 10:54 AM and 12:27 PM, whereas the Yamaganda muhurta is predicted to be effective from 7:49 AM to 9:22 AM. Lastly, the Banna muhurat is considered to occur in Raja until 2:58 PM.


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