Since time is considered an abstract manifestation of the divine, understanding time can lead to the acquisition of divine blessings. Therefore, knowledge of Yoga aids in healing from ailments; knowledge of Vara contributes to an extended lifespan; knowledge of Nakshatra helps rid oneself of sins; knowledge of Tithi promotes prosperity in your endeavors; knowledge of Karana ensures success in all undertakings. This is why we provide daily Panchang information.
- Yoga Dhruva until 13:55. Next is Vyaghata.
- Varana (Vara) Shanivara. Saturday.
- Revati nakshatra until 18:37. Next is Ashwini.
- Tithi Krishna Pratipat until 09:51 (1st day of the waning moon). Next is Dwitiya.
- Karana Kaulava until 09:51. Taitila until 20:28. Next is Garaja.
The Panchang is not entirely harmonious today because the Revati nakshatra does not align with Saturday. The morning features more favorable yoga, while the afternoon brings about a challenging yoga that may harm others. Overall, Saturday is not a day for new beginnings; it’s a day for reflection and preparing for new ventures. Finding unity with oneself and nature will bring positivity on this day, and it’s also important to remember and honor one’s ancestors. Each person has their own faith and religion, so pay homage to your lineage according to your religious beliefs. Your ancestors no longer have physical bodies, so they cannot change the family’s karma. However, while you are still in this world, you can soften the family’s patterns and karma as a whole.
Toward the evening, the Moon will transition from Pisces to Aries and will pass through the Gandanta, so it’s advisable to refrain from active and risky activities as well as travel. Spend this day in peace and harmony.
Have a great day, everyone!
Aoum. Tat. Sat.