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May 4: Vrat, Rahu Kaal, and Other Details in Aaj Ka Panchang


This Thursday's Panchang is the Chaturdashi and Purnima Tithi of the Shukla Paksha, according to the Hindu calendar's Magha month. Shukla Chaturdashi is not seen to be favorable for auspicious happenings since it is a Rikta Tithi. It is thus excluded from the Good Muhurat times. Shukla Purnima, on the other hand, is regarded as appropriate for the majority of auspicious activities and is therefore included among the Good Muhurat times.

Hindus will commemorate Narasimha Jayanti, Agni Nakshatram, and Chinnamasta Jayanti on this day, according to Drik Panchang. Examine the tithi, auspicious, and unfavorable times to conquer any challenges in your path and obtain insightful knowledge for a hassle-free day.

A MAY 4 SUNRISE, SUNSET, MOONRISE, AND MOONSET

The sun will rise at 5:38 in the morning and set at 6:58 in the evening, according to forecasts. On May 5, the moon is also forecast to rise at 5:44 PM and set at 5:12 AM.

RAHI INFORMATION FOR MAY 4

Up to 9:20 AM, the moon sign is said to be in the Kanya rashi, while the sun sign will be seen in the Mesha rashi.

FOR MAY 4, SHUBH MUHURAT

Drik Panchang states that there are multiple lucky times, or muhurats, throughout the day. The Godhuli Muhurat is anticipated to occur between 6:57 PM and 7:18 PM, while the Brahma Muhurta is scheduled to occur between 4:13 AM and 4:56 AM. From 2:31 to 3:25, the Vijaya Muhurat will be celebrated. Last but not least, the Sayahna Sandhya Muhurat is set to occur between 6:58 and 8:02 PM.

FOR MAY 4, ASHUBH MUHURAT

It is crucial to be aware of precise times, particularly when it comes to Rahu Kalam, which is said to be unlucky. On Thursday, it will take place from 1:58 PM to 3:38 PM. Gulikai Kalam, which takes place between 8:58 and 10:38, is another time frame to be aware of. The Dur Muhurtam is also prominent between 10:05 to 10:58 and from 3:25 to 4:18.


All You Need to Know About Narasimha Jayanti in 2023

In the nation, Narasimha Jayanti is observed to honor Lord Vishnu's fourth incarnation. It occurs in the Shukla Paksha Chaturdashi Tithi of the Vaishakh month. Two Sanskrit words that describe God are the source of the name Narasimha. Lord Vishnu's half-lion, half-human avatar is known by the names Simha (which means lion) and Nara (which means man).

In certain regions of India, Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi is also celebrated on the same day as Narasimha Jayanti. Learn everything there is to know about the auspicious day's puja, including the date, time, history of Narasimha Jayanti, and the mantras one should recite in order to worship Lord Vishnu.


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