Simha Sankraman 2017 Sun Transists in Simha Rasi in Which Date

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Simha Sankraman or Singha Sankramana punya thithi is the day on which Surya Bhagawan enters into Simha rashi (Leo zodiac) from Karka rashi (cancer zodiac). Simha Sankraman 2017 date is August 17. Sun’s transition into Simha rasi marks the beginning of Simha Masam in various solar calendars followed in India. During Simha Sankraman Chinga Masam begins as per traditional Malayalam calendar followed in Kerala and Avani Masam is the Tamil Month which is similar to Malayalam Chingam month. Bhadra Month is the similar month to Simha Masam in Bengali calendar.

During Simha Sankraman day, Sankraman punya snan are performed in many holy places. Lord Vishnu, Surya Bhagawan, and Lord Narasimha swamy are worshipped on Singha Sankraman day. Next Sankraman is Kanya Sankraman day during which Sun transits to Kanya raasi (Virgo zodiac).
In Vishnumurthy temple located at Kulai near Mangalore celebrates Simha Sankraman with utmost devotion. On Simha Sankramana Narikela Abhishekha (holy bath with tender coconut water), Appada Pooja to Ganapati, and Hoovina Pooja to Lord Vishnumurthy are performed. Everyday special pujas are offered to Lord Vishnunurthy from the day of Simha Sankramana to Kanya Sankramana. Many other temples of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh consider this auspicious day as a festival.
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Daily Panchangam August 2017 Tithi, Nakshtra, Yoga, Shubha Muhurthams in August 2017

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Daily panchangam August 2017 or Hindu daily calendar August 2017 gives daily Hindu astrology details like tithi, nakshatra, yoga, and shubha muhurthams in this month. August 2011 coincides with Shravan month & Bhadrapad month in North Indian Hindi calendars and it is Shravana month in Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, and Gujarati calendars. This month is Shraban mash and Bhadra mash in Bengali calendar. Aadi masam & Avani month coincide with August 2011 in Tamil Calendar whereas Malayalam months of Karkidakam month & Chingam month coincide with August 2011.


August 2017 Daily Panchangam includes masam (mahina / month), paksha (fortnight – Shukla or Krishna / Sud or Vad paksha), tithi (Day), sunrise and sunset of each day, nakshatra (star), varjam (time to avoid), Durmuhurtam (bad time), Shubha muhurat (auspicious time), yogam, karnam, Sun sign, moon sign, rahu kalam, gulika kalam, yamaganda kaalam, vrata or other significance of each day, and festivals of the month. Naga Panchami, Varlakshmi Vratam, Rakhi festival, and Avani Avittam (Upakarma / Yagnopavitha dhaarana) are the important Hindu festivals in August 2011. Please note that if the time given is more than 24 hours, then it is the early morning of next day. (For example: 25:00 = 1 am next day, 26:00 = 2 am next day).

Monday, 1 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Dwitiya in Shravan Month
Tithi : Dwitiya – 19:06:31. Shravan Somvar vrat begins in Marathi, Gujarati, Telugu & Kannada calendars. Shivamuth Puja in Goa.
Sunrise : 06:19:11
Sunset : 19:10:42
Moonrise : 07:36:19
Nakshtra : Magha – 26:19:57+
Yoga : Vyatipata – 07:52:22
Skipped Yoga : Varigha – 28:32:12+
Karna : Balava – 08:28:51
Karna : Kaulava – 19:06:31
Skipped Karna : Taitula – 29:41:37+
Sunsign : Karkataka
Moonsign : Simha
Rahu Kalam : 07:55:37 – 09:32:03
Gulikai Kalam : 14:21:23 – 15:57:49
Yamaganda Kalam : 11:08:30 – 12:44:56
Abhijit Muhurtha : 12:19:13 – 13:10:39
Tuesday, 2 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Tritiya in Shravan Month
Tithi : Tritiya – 16:15:14. Hariyali Teej. Madhushravani Tritiya Vrat.
Sunrise : 06:19:30
Sunset : 19:10:15
Moonrise : 08:36:20
Nakshtra : Purva Phalguni – 24:15:33+
Yoga : Parigha – 25:06:37+
Karna : Garaja – 16:15:14
Karna : Vanija – 26:48:23+
Sunsign : Karka
Moonsign : Simha – 29:44:18+
Rahu Kalam : 15:57:33 – 17:33:54
Gulikai Kalam : 12:44:52 – 14:21:13
Yamaganda Kalam : 09:32:11 – 11:08:32
Abhijit Muhurtha : 12:19:11 – 13:10:34
Wednesday, 3 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Chaturthi in Shravan Month

Tithi : Chaturthi – 13:22:02. Nag Chaturthi.
Sunrise : 06:19:49
Sunset : 19:09:46
Moonrise : 09:36:10
Nakshtra : Uttara Phalguni – 22:12:10
Yoga : Shiva – 21:42:09
Karna : Vishti – 13:22:02
Karna : Bava – 23:57:06
Sunsign : Karka
Moonsign : Kanya
Rahu Kalam : 12:44:48 – 14:21:02
Gulikai Kalam : 11:08:33 – 12:44:48
Yamaganda Kalam : 07:56:04 – 09:32:18
Thursday, 4 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Panchami in Shravan Month
Tithi : Panchami – 10:34:26. Naga Panchami. Phani Gauri Vratham. Garuda Panchami Vratham.
Sunrise : 06:20:08
Sunset : 19:09:17
Moonrise : 10:36:14
Nakshtra : Hasta – 20:17:15
Yoga : Sidhha – 18:24:32
Karna : Balava – 10:34:26
Karna : Kaulava – 21:14:47
Sunsign : Karka
Moonsign : Kanya
Rahu Kalam : 14:20:51 – 15:57:00
Gulikai Kalam : 09:32:25 – 11:08:34
Yamaganda Kalam : 06:20:08 – 07:56:17
Abhijit Muhurtham : 12:19:04 – 13:10:21
Friday, 5 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Sashti in Shravan Month
Tithi : Shashthi – 07:58:48. Supaudan Vrata. Avyanga Saptami Vrat.
Skipped Tithi : Saptami – 29:40:04+
Sunrise : 06:20:27
Sunset : 19:08:47
Moonrise : 11:36:57
Nakshtra : Chitra – 18:36:46
Yoga : Sadhya – 15:18:27
Karna : Taitila – 07:58:48
Karna : Garaja – 18:47:05
Skipped Karna : Vanija – 29:40:04+
Sunsign : Karka
Moonsign : Kanya – 07:24:54
Rahu Kalam : 11:08:34 – 12:44:37
Gulikai Kalam : 07:56:29 – 09:32:32
Yamaganda Kalam : 15:56:42 – 17:32:44
Abhijit Muhurtha : 12:19:00 – 13:10:13

Saturday, 6 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Ashtami in Shravan Month
Tithi : Ashtami – 27:41:34+. Pushpashtami.
Sunrise : 06:20:45
Sunset : 19:08:16
Moonrise : 12:38:16
Nakshtra : Swaati – 17:15:02
Yoga : Shubha – 12:27:21
Karna : Vishti – 16:38:08
Karna : Bava – 27:41:34+
Sunsign : Karka
Moonsign : Tula
Rahu Kalam : 09:32:38 – 11:08:34
Gulikai Kalam : 06:20:45 – 07:56:41
Yamaganda Kalam : 14:20:27 – 15:56:23
Abhijit Muhurtha : 12:18:55 – 13:10:05

Sunday, 7 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Navami in Shravan Month
Tithi : Navami – 26:05:14+. Kaumari Puja.
Sunrise : 06:21:03
Sunset : 19:07:43
Moonrise : 13:39:35
Nakshtra : Vishakha – 16:14:38
Yoga : Shukla – 09:53:27
Karna : Balava – 14:50:34
Karna : Kaulava – 26:05:14+
Sunsign : Karka
Moonsign : Tula – 10:27:39
Rahu Kalam : 17:31:53 – 19:07:43
Gulikai Kalam : 15:56:03 – 17:31:53
Yamaganda Kalam : 12:44:23 – 14:20:13
Abhijit Muhurtha : 12:18:50 – 13:09:57

Monday, 8 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Dashami in Shravan Month
Tithi : Dashami – 24:51:44+. Asha Dashami.
Sunrise : 06:21:21
Sunset : 19:07:10
Moonrise : 14:39:36
Nakshtra : Anuradha – 15:36:47
Yoga : Brahma – 07:37:49
Skipped Yoga : Indra – 29:40:41+
Karna : Taitila – 13:25:37
Karna : Garaja – 24:51:44+Sunsign : Karka
Moonsign : Vrischika
Rahu Kalam : 07:57:05 – 09:32:48
Gulikai Kalam : 14:19:59 – 15:55:43
Yamaganda Kalam : 11:08:32 – 12:44:16
Abhijit Muhurtha : 12:18:44 – 13:09:47

Tuesday, 9 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Ekadashi in Shravan Month
Tithi : Ekadashi – 24:01:05+. Putrada Ekadashi.
Sunrise : 06:21:39
Sunset : 19:06:37
Moonrise : 15:36:52
Nakshtra : Jyeshtha – 15:21:36
Yoga : Vaidhriti – 28:01:51+
Karna : Vanija – 12:23:34
Karna : Vishti – 24:01:05+
Sunsign : Karka
Moonsign : Vrischika – 15:21:36

Rahu Kalam : 15:55:22 – 17:30:59
Gulikai Kalam : 12:44:08 – 14:19:45
Yamaganda Kalam : 09:32:53 – 11:08:30
Abhijit Muhurtha : 12:18:38 – 13:09:38
Wednesday, 10 August 2011, Shukla Paksha Dwadashi in Shravan Month
Tithi : Dwadashi – 23:33:02. Pavitra Baras. Pavitrotsavam in Tirumala Tirupati, Yadagirigutta, and many other Vaishnava temples.
Sunrise : 06:21:56
Sunset : 19:06:02
Moonrise : 16:30:09
Nakshtra : Mula – 15:28:48
Yoga : Vishkambha – 26:41:03+
Karna : Bava – 11:44:15
Karna : Balava – 23:33:03
Sunsign : Karka
Moonsign : Dhanu
Rahu Kalam : 12:43:59 – 14:19:30
Gulikai Kalam : 11:08:28 – 12:43:59
Yamaganda Kalam : 07:57:27 – 09:32:57
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Saraswathi Pooja 2017 Dates | Saraswati Puja 2017 Calendar | Shree Panchami 2017 in Orissa

Saraswati Puja 2017 & Saraswathi Pooja 2017 Dates

Saraswati Puja, also spelt as Saraswathi Pooja, is observed on Basant Panchami day. Saraswati Puja 2017 date is January 28. This festival is observed with lot of gusto in Bengal, Orissa and other Eastern regions of India. Saraswati puja day marks the beginning of Basant rithu (spring season). It falls on Shukla Paksha Panchami in Magh Month. It is also known as Shri Panchami or Saraswati Panchami. It is believed that on this day Goddess Saraswati was born, hence Shri Panchami is also celebrated as Saraswati Jayanti. the dates of Saraswati Puja in USA, UK, Canada, and Australia.

Saraswati Puja 2017 dates during Navratri Durga Puja.

Saraswati puja day falls in Falgun month as per Bengali calendar. It is also celebrated in Nepal and Bangladesh to worship Saraswati Mata. Men and women clean their houses and install the idol of Goddess Saraswati and start worshipping with shodashopachar puja. They keep books, pens and other stationery items in front of the Goddess worship along with Mata.

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Shri Sadguru Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj Punyatithi 2017 | Shri Sadguru Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj Ashram in Pune

Shri Sadguru Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj was an ardent disciple of Akkalkot Niwasi Shree Swami Samarth Maharaj and he had established his ashram in Pune. Shri Sadguru Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj Punyatithi is the day when Maharaj left his physical body on earth and merged with Parabrahma. Shri Sadguru Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj Punyatithi 2017 date is March 17.


Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj was born on November 22, 1839. From a very young age, Maharaj showed deep spiritual interest. When he was lost in the crowd, he was miraculously brought before the murti at Pandarpur Temple and at Saptashrungi Temple in Nashik, arcenut and betel which was placed on the murti fell into the hands of young Ramanand.

He soon became a disciple of Shree Swami Samarth of Akkalkot and attained Vairagya – non-attachment.

Swami Samarth asked Shri Beedkar Maharaj to set up a Mutt in Pune and Maharaj worked tirelessly towards spreading the teachings of Swaroop Sampradaya.

He attained Mahasamadhi at Pune in 1913. This is annually observed on the Phalgun Krishna Paksha Dasami as per traditional calendar followed in Maharashtra.
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Hindi Jyotish 2017 | Hindu astrology 2017 | What Hindu Astrologers say about 2017 end of the World | Hinduism/Hindu Astrology 2017 | Joytish Predict

2017 in Hinduism and Hindu Astrology, What Hindu Astrologers say about 2017

2017 in Hinduism, Hindu Astrology, beliefs, and predictions is the buzz word among the Hindus and other people around the world who believe Hinduism. Will the world end in 2017? What Hindu astrologers say about 2017 and the end of the world on 21 December 2017 There are a lot of prophecies, predictions, and imaginations are going around the year 2017. As per Mayan calendars, the world will end on 21 December, 2017. But what Hinduism and Hindu astrology predicts and reacts on this issue. Read on to know about the predictions or clarifications given by reputed Hindu Astrologers of India.

As per Hinduism, our Maharshi or Rushis divided our time into four Mahayugas – Kruta Yugam, Treta Yugam, Dwapara Yugam, and Kali Yugam. ‘Yuga Pramanam’ is the time duration of a Mahayugam. The below given statistics describe the Yuga Pramanam of each Mahayuga.
  • Kruta Yuga – 17,28,000 years
  • Treta Yuga – 12,96,000 years
  • Dwapara Yugam – 8,64,000 years
  • Kali Yuga – 4,32,000 years
Our great Vedas state that there would be a Sandhi (gap) between each Yuga which is known as Yuga Sandhi. During this, every living thing will be destroyed and the evolution process restarts after the Yuga Sandhi. Our Earth may exist for more than 4,26,902 years as per the calculation above. Definitely, the Earth will be doomed one day but not December 21, 2012. The Dooms Day of the Earth may not come before next 4 Lakh and odd years.

Sri Butte Veerabhadra Daivagna, renowned astrologer and Panchanga Kartha based at Andhra Pradesh, states: “We cannot deny the possibilities of natural disasters in and the surrounding places of Mayans on December 21, 2012, but the day will not be the Dooms Day for the Earth”. Sri Butte Veerabhadra Daivagna is the famous Jyotish based at Rajahmundry and he is the Asthana Jyothish for Srisailam Bramaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple in Andhra Pradesh. He is also honored with many national and international awards related to Hindu Astrology.

Many famous astrologers based at Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, including Sri Mulugu Ramalingeshwara vara Prasad, Sri P. Giri Raju Siddhanti, Sri Srinivasa Gargeya, Sri Annaparty Krishna Sharma Siddhanti, and Sri Vakkantham Chandramouli denied the end of the world in 2012.

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Auspicious Abhijit Nakshatra Birth Date & Time 2017 | Abhijit Nakshatra April 2017 Date and Timing

Abhijit Nakshatra April 2017 date and time | Auspicious Abhijit Nakshatra Birth Date & Time

Abhijit Nakshatra is one among the birth stars and the time period of it is considered highly auspicious. Abhijit Nakshatra April 2012 date and time is from 4:38 AM on April 14 to 12:17 PM on April 14, 2012. As per Hindu astrology, this birth star is not counted among the 27 regular Nakshatras (birthstars).

Some astrologers count the Nakshatra as the 28th birth star. It is considered a highly auspicious and meritorious period.

This is a special Nakshatra which starts from the last quarter of Uttarashada (Uttradam) Nakshatra and it extends up to 1/15th part of Shravan (Thiruvovam) Nakshatra. Abhijit Nakshatra is given importance by many Hindu communities.

Birth taking place during the period is considered highly auspicious.
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Meda Masam 2017 | Medam Month 2017 in Malayalam Calendar | Medamasam 2017 | Malayalam Medam 2017

Meda Masam 2017 in Kerala – Medam Month 2017 in Malayalam Calendar

Meda Masam or Medam month in Malayalam calendar followed in Kerala is the ninth month. Meda masam 2017 begins on 14 April and ends on 14 May. The first day of Medam month (Vishu) marks the beginning of the Astrological Malayalam New Year in Kerala.

Medam masam coincides with Chithirai month in Tamil calendar and Baisakh mash in Bengali calendar. It coincides with Chaitra masam and Vaisakh month in lunar calendars of India.

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Basant Panchami 2018 Date | Vasant Panchami 2018 | 28 Jan 2018 | When is Basant Panchami in 2018

Vasant Panchami 2018, Basant Panchami 2018 Date

Vasant Panchami, Basant Panchami (Shri Panchami or Saraswati Panchami) is the most auspicious day to perform Saraswati Puja. Vasant Panchami 2018 date is January 28. It is celebrated with lot of gusto in Bengal. This festival falls on the fifth day in Shukla paksha (bright half) of Magh month.

All Saraswati temples are decked with attractive decorations and devotees offer special pujas to Goddess Saraswati on Vasant Panchami. Aksharabhyasam or Vidyarambham (initiation of education to children) is the famous ritual of Basant Panchami.

Basara Saraswati temple in Andhra Pradesh, Kollur Mookambika temple and Sringeri Sarada Peetha temple in Karnataka are the most popular holy places to visit on Vasanta Panchami.

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Surya Grahan 2017 Dates | Suryagrahan 2017 in India | Solar Eclipse dates in 2017 | Time

Surya Grahan 2017 dates, Solar Eclipse dates in 2017

Surya Grahan or Solar Eclipse in 2017 will take place for two times. The first Surya Grahan occurs on 20 May 2017 and the second Surya Grahanam takes place on 13 November 2012. The Surya Grahanam of 20 May 2012 will be Annular Solar Eclipse whereas the Surya Grahanam of 13 November 2012 will be total solar eclipse or Sampoorna or Purna Surya Grahan.

  1. Annular Surya Grahan on 20 May 2012 will be mainly visible in China, Japan, United States of America, Canada, and some other Pacific countries. As per the Universal Time or GMT, Surya Grahan starts at 20:56:07 on 20 May and ends at 2:49:21 UTC on 21 May 2011.

  2. The second Surya Grahan of the year 2012 will occur on 13 November. This is the total solar eclipse or Purna Surya Grahan. This Total Solar Eclipse is visible over southern Pacific Ocean. It is visible in Australia, New Zealand, Chile, and some other South Pacific countries.

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Bramha Kalpadhi 2017 - The Beginning Day of Creation | Falguna Masa Festivals | Brahma Kalpa 2017 Date

Bramha Kalpadhi, The Beginning Day of Creation

Bramha Kalpadhi, Brahma Kalpadi, is considered as the first day of the creation as per Hinduism. According to some Purana and ancient texts, the creation was started on Falgun Bahula Thadiya (Phalguna Krishna Tritiya) in Amavasyant calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka. Hence, the day is called as Bramha Kalpam (The creation of Lord Bramha).

It coincides with Krishna Paksha Tritiya in Chaitra Month as per North Indian Hindi calendars.

When is Bramha Kalpam celebrated in 2017
In 2017, Bramha Kalpam is observed on 10 March.

Rituals and Customs during Bramha Kalpam
On the day of Bramha Kalpam, people worship their favorite Gods. Devotees worship Trimurthis (Lord Shiva, Lord Sri Maha Vishnu and Lord Bramha).

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