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Friday, January 15, 2021

The first wedding moment of the year is on January 18, followed by Manglik work 3 months later.

 51 wedding moments this year: The first wedding moment of the year is on January 18, followed by Manglik work 3 months later.

  • Kharmas ends on 14th January, but there will be no wedding moment till Vasant Pancham with the setting of Jupiter on 19th

Coming from Capricorn to Capricorn on Capricorn, Kharmas will be completed, so that Manglik work will start. This will be followed by the first wedding of the year on January 18. The very next day, Jupiter will disappear. It will run until February 16. After that, on February 16, Venus will also disappear. It will last until April 17. With the demise of these two, there will be no marriage-moment. So the first wedding of the year will be on April 22. Although February 16th is called Vasant Pancham Unseen Muhurat, that is why one can get married on that day.

Marriage cannot take place on Vasant Panchami:

February 16 is Vasant Panchami. It is also considered an unseen moment for marriage, but the Venus star will set with the sunrise on this day. For this reason, it is not included in the almanac at the wedding. However, according to folklore, Vasant Panchami is celebrated in many parts of the country, including Uttarakhand.

Only 51 moments to get married in 2021: -

In 2021 there will be only 51 days for marriage. January 18 will be the first moment. After that, due to Jupiter and Venus, marriage cannot take place in the first month of the year. After Makarsankranti, Jupiter star will be from January 19 to February 16. The Venus star will then set from February 16 to April 17. Due to this the second moment of marriage is on 22nd April. After that, before Devashyan, that is, till July 15, there are 37 days of marriage. There will be 13 days for the wedding from Devuth's Ekadashi on November 15 to December 13.

Unseen moment of Akhatrij on 14th May: -

The first auspicious moment of the wedding this year will be on April 22nd. The wedding season will then begin, but the biggest moment of the year on May 14 will be the unseen moment on Akhatrij. Akhatrij will remain as a self-fulfilling prophecy. Even there, the day of Bhadali Nome on 18th July is becoming an unseen moment. Not only this, on 15th November, Tulsi Ekadashi or Dev Prabodhi's Ekadashi will also have a wedding-muhurat.

The unseen moment is self-evident: -

Kashi's astrologer Pt. According to Ganesh Mishra, unseen moments are self-evident. These days the influence of guilt of Jupiter, Venus, Sun etc. is lessened, so this day is considered suitable for marriage etc.

The almanac also known as Panchangam is used to denote the five elements of Vedic astrology, namely Tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga, Karna and Var i.e. the day of the week. These five elements connected for one day are known as the Panchang. These five elements change every day with the motion of the moon and the sun. Therefore, the followers of Hinduism refer to Panchgam day by day. The Panchang is also known as the Hindu calendar.

One of the most notable Panchachams available on the internet is Drick Panchang. It has been made available for Android devices with similar features and accuracy, such as This original almanac, which does not require internet connectivity to use, comes with the following features

Grid Calendar - The grid can be customized for the lunar calendar as well as for solar calendar lenders including Bengali Panjika, Malayalam Panchangam, Oriya Panji and Tamil Panchamgam. Lunar lenders can be customized by selecting Purnimant and Amanta options and Vikram Samvat, Shaka Samvat and Gujarati Samvat options. These choices can convert the lunar calendar into Gujarati Panchang, Telugu Panchanga or Kannada Panchangam.

Festivals - The Drak Panchang is a comprehensive resource that refers to the days of Ekadashi, Sankashti, Pradosham, Purnima, Sankranti, Durgashtami and Shivratri for each month, including most Hindu and Indian festivals, government holidays, anniversaries, fasting days. The Drink Panchang lists lunar eclipse and solar eclipse dates in the year.

Horoscope Support - Drake Panchang comes with horoscope support and can generate Lagna, Navmasha, Sun, Moon and Venus horoscopes for any date, time and place. In the marriage horoscope it shows detailed planetary positions for Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, Ketu, True Rahu, True Ketu, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

Horoscopes can be drawn in North Indian or South Indian chart format. Horoscopes can be saved, edited, cached or opened using the Horoscope Editor. Each horoscope tends to run with Dasha and Antardasha. The horoscope comes with the option to explore Dasha and Antardasha in detail for the next 120 years.

Daily Panchamgam - In addition to the list of the five basic elements of Panchgam, a detailed daily almanac publishes Panchak, Ganda Mula, Bhadra, Vinchudo and every auspicious yoga including Ravi, Amrita, Sarvarth Siddhi, Tripushkar, Dvipushkar, Ravi Pushya and Guru Pushya.

The daily Panchamgam also has a list of Abhijit Muhurta, Amrut Kalam, Rahu Kalam, Gulikai Kalam, Yamaganda, Dur Muhurtam, Varjyam and Anandadi Yoga.

Muhurta Table - Drink Panchang Day and night come with Chogadia, Shubh Horai and Uday Lagna. Each running moment is shown with a countdown timer.

Vedic Timer - Vedic time also known as Ishtakal is provided to track time according to the Vedic age of Hinduism. In Vedic times, each day (from sunrise to sunrise) is divided into valley, pala and vipla like our, mins and seconds. In keeping Vedic time, 60 ghats make one day, 60 palas make one ghati and 60 viplas make one pal. It shows 00:00:00 on the sunrise timer and 30:00:00 at sunset.

Horoscope Match - The application can be used to match two horoscopes based on Ashta Kuta. Each matched horoscope result is saved for future reference.

Add a date - The user defined date can be added to the punch date with recursive reminder according to Hindu date or Gregorian date.

Localization - The application supports all major Indian languages, including Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil or Telugu, with English as the default language.

Location - Almanacs can be generated for any location and city around the world to get the exact date of fasting and festivals. The application comes with built-in DST support and there is no need to configure time for DST.

Theme - Basically a classic theme set based on traditional Indian colors. However, it can be changed to modern looking themes that come in red, green and blue.

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