Panchang Weekly January 6-12: Planetary Transits, Festivals, Auspicious Muhuratas | Astrology

This week will mark the end of Pausha and the beginning of Magha – the eleventh month in the traditional Hindu calendar. Worshiping Lord Shiva is considered very auspicious in this month. Speaking of planetary transits, there are no major moves coming this week except for some nakshatra transits. Auspicious releases are available for purchase and property registration this week. Let’s have a look at the details of this week’s major Panchanga in New Delhi, NCT, India.

This week’s hubs

According to Vedic astrology, the odds of successfully completing a task are greatly enhanced if it is performed during an auspicious maharat. The auspicious Maharatta provides us with the best possible outcome according to our destiny if we carry out the work in harmony with the cosmic timeline. This is why it is essential to take the maharata into consideration when starting any missionary business. This week’s themes for various events were as follows:

fife axes: No auspicious mahrats available for marriage this week

Griha Pravesh Mohurat: The auspicious muhurata for Griha Pravesh is not available this week

Buying pivots: Al-Mahra Al-Mamouna for real estate registration or purchase available on January 6 (12:14 AM to 07:15 AM, January 7) and January 12 (07:15 AM to 02:25 PM)

Buy a skilled vehicle: There are no axes blessed to buy a vehicle this week

Upcoming planetary transits this week

In Vedic astrology, planetary transits are particularly crucial as they are the main way to predict changes and developments in life. The planets move on a daily basis and go through several nakshatras and rashes in the process. It helps us understand the nature and characteristics of events as they occur. Here are the upcoming transits this week:

Venus enters the Shravana nakshatra on January 6, Friday, at 3:53 p.m

The Sun and Mercury are in a strong conjunction at zero degrees on January 7, Saturday, at 6:25 PM

Venus and Mars at an auspicious angle of 120 degrees on January 9, Monday, at 8:49 p.m.

The sun enters Uttara Ashadha nakshatra on January 11, Wednesday, at 2:25 p.m.

Mercury and Venus are at a 30-degree angle on January 12, Thursday, at 8:29 a.m

Upcoming festivals this week

Pasha Purnima (Friday, January 6): This is the day of the full moon in the month of Pasha. It is considered an auspicious day among Hindus. This day is considered auspicious to fast Satyanarayan and offer prayers to Lord Vishnu.

The month of Magha begins (Saturday, January 7): Magh is the eleventh month in the Hindu calendar. This month will start on January 7th and end on February 5th. This is the most auspicious month to perform prayers to Lord Shiva. Magh mela (fair) is a common event in this Hindu month.

Sakat Chauth (Tuesday, January 10): It is celebrated on Chaturthi tithi of Krishna Paksha and is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Mothers celebrate this day for the health and well-being of their children.

Rahu ominous words this week

According to Vedic astrology, Rahu is an ominous planet. During planetary transits, time under the influence of Rahu to do any auspicious work should be avoided. Rahu interferes in doing puja, hwan or yagya to appease the auspicious planets during this time due to their harmful nature. It is important to look at Rahu Kaal before starting any new business. By doing so, the possibility of achieving the desired results increases. Here are the dates for Raho Kalam for this week:

January 6: 11:09 a.m. to 12:27 p.m

January 7: 09:51 a.m. to 11:09 a.m

January 8: 4:22 p.m. to 5:40 p.m

January 9: 08:33 a.m. to 09:52 a.m

January 10: 3:05 PM to 4:24 PM

January 11: 12:29 PM to 01:47 PM

January 12: 1:48 PM to 3:06 PM

Panchanga is a calendar used in Vedic astrology to determine the auspicious and inauspicious time for daily tasks based on the dominant planetary position. It consists of five elements – Vaara, Tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga and Karana. The essence of Panchanga is the interrelationship between the Sun (our soul) and the Moon (the mind) on a daily basis. Panchanga is used for various branches of Vedic astrology such as birth, election, prashna (awe), religious calendars and understanding the energy of the day. Our birthday panchanga depicts our emotions, mood and nature. It can provide more knowledge about who we are and how we feel. It can amplify the influence of the planets and give us additional characteristics that we may not understand based solely on our natal chart. Panchanga is the life force energy that nourishes the birth chart.


Neeraj Dhankhar

(Vedic Astrologer, Founder – Astro Zindagi)

e-mail: info@astrozindagi.inAnd


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