Last Updated: September 09, 2023, 05:00 IST
AAJ KA PANCHANG, SEPTEMBER 9, 2023: The Dashami Tithi and Ekadashi Tithi of the Krishna Paksha will be observed on Saturday, September 9, as indicated by the Drik Panchang. It’s worth noting that Krishna Dashami and Krishna Ekadashi, both are considered favourable for auspicious activities, hence they are included in shubh muhurat timings. To make the most of this day, it’s important to understand these lunar phases and the best times for different activities. Read the tithi, auspicious and inauspicious timings of the day. These timings will help you overcome all the obstacles coming your way and gain insights for the day.
SUNRISE, SUNSET, MOONRISE, AND MOONSET ON SEPTEMBER 9
The sun is expected to rise at 6:03 AM, and the sunset is predicted to occur at 6:34 PM. The moon is said to rise at 1:30 AM on September 10 and is anticipated to set at 3:21 PM.
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TITHI, NAKSHATRA, AND RASHI DETAILS FOR SEPTEMBER 9
The Dashami Tithi is expected to continue until 7:17 PM on September 9, and after that, the Ekadashi Tithi will take place. The auspicious Ardra Nakshatra is expected to be observed up to 2:26 PM, post which, the Punarvasu Nakshatra will occur. The moon is anticipated to be seen in Mithuna Rashi while the sun is predicted to be seen in the Simha Rashi.
SHUBH MUHURAT FOR SEPTEMBER 9
The auspicious Brahma Muhurta is projected to span from 4:31 AM to 5:17 AM, followed by the Pratah Sandhya expected to unfold between 4:54 AM and 6:03 AM. Later in the day, the Godhuli Muhurat is anticipated to grace the period from 6:34 PM to 6:57 PM. The Vijaya Muhurta is predicted to manifest between 2:24 PM and 3:14 PM. Additionally, on September 10, the Nishita Muhurta is scheduled to take place from 11:56 p.m. to 12:42 a.m.
ASHUBH MUHURAT FOR SEPTEMBER 9
The unfavourable period of Rahu Kalam is expected to occur between 9:11 AM and 10:44 AM. Following that, the Yamaganda Muhurta is slated to take place from 1:52 PM to 3:36 PM whereas the Gulikai Kalam might be observed between 6:03 AM to 7:37 AM. Additionally, the Baana Muhurta offers a prediction of Raja up to 8:28 AM to full night.