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Auspicious Days/Dates Every Month in 2014
- An auspicious day means the "Panchanga" or the five components (Dina, Nakshatram, Thithi, Yogam, Karanam) of the particular date is auspicious. Majority of those components are dependent on the position of moon and the earth.
- Know about all the auspicious days, month wise, through out the year.
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Auspicious Days/Dates for Baby/Children Mundan Ceremony in 2014
- A mundan or tonsuring is an important ceremony for Hindus. It is also known as chaula or choodakarana. The mundan is performed during the first or third year of a child's life.
- Know about all the auspicious Muhurats for mundan or head shaving ceremony.
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Auspicious Days/Dates for Baby/Children Naming Ceremony in 2014
- This is a simple ceremony in which the child is given a name. (Namakarana) Nama literally means 'name' and karana means 'to make, to effect'.
- In Hinduism, people prefer to perform any task as per the Muhurat (auspicious time duration) for good and fruitful results.
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Auspicious Days/Dates for Buying a Car/Motorbike in 2014
- Many people look for auspicious Muhurt while buying a vehicle as it is a big investment and an occasion of fun, prosperity and happiness in any family.
- Take a look at all the auspicious days and best muhurats for buying a new vehicle.
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Auspicious Days/Dates for Buying Land/Property in 2014
- It is believed in Indian system of astrology that there are certain times (Muhurats) when auspicious actions such as marriage, investments, business transactions, asset purchases can be taken. Here is a list of all the auspicious days for buying land/property.
- Akshay Tritiya, that falls on 24th April is one of the most auspicious day for buying property.
- Click here to know more about Akshay Tritiya.
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Auspicious Days/Dates for Fasting in 2014
- It is believed, all fastings are a path towards understanding the Supreme Soul and this relieves people from their sufferings.
- Apart from special Vratas and Upvaas, many Hindus also fast on a particular day in a week as each day of the week is dedicated to a particular God in Hindu religion.
- Click here for more information on observing fast on each of 7 weekdays.
- Click here for Hindu Calendar.
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Auspicious Days/Dates for House Warming/Griha Pravesh in 2014
- Purity of panchang (almanac) and auspicious time (muhurat) must be considered during an entry into a newly constructed house (griha pravesh).
- Feb (03, 08, 10, 17, 19), Mar (03, 07, 17, 19, 21, 26),
- May (01, 02, 10, 12, 15, 19, 23, 24, 29, 30), Jun (09, 21), Dec (06, 17)
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Auspicious Days/Dates for Marriage in 2014
- Various factors are considered while finding auspicious Hindu Marriage Dates, like solar months of the year, dates, vivah mahurat, Nakshatra etc.
- Jan (19, 20, 22, 26, 28), Feb (03, 04, 17, 20, 21, 24, 26), Mar (02, 03, 07, 08, 09),
- Apr (15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22), May (01, 08, 10, 11, 15, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 29, 30),
- Jun (04, 05, 06, 07, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21) July (01, 02, 03, 04, 07), Dec (06, 07, 12, 14, 15)
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Maha Navratri and Hindu 2014 Calendars
- Navratri is a Hindu festival, meaning "9 nights", which are celebrated for 9 consecutive days and nights. This festival is dedicated to worship Hindu deity Durga and also signifies the fertility of Mother Earth who feeds her children.
- During Shardiya Maha Navratri, for 9 nights and 10 days, nine forms of Shakti/Devi are worshipped. The 10th day is referred to as "Vijayadashmi" or "Dusshera".
- Click here for Hindu calendar.
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Panchang Today/Detailed Daily Online Panchang
- In Sanskrit, Pancha means five + ang means part, hence Hindu Calendar which shows all five elements (Tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga, Karana and Var) for each day is called Panchang.
- Panchang is an ancient Vedic astrology that helps you synchronise with your best days and times. It is more accurate than any conventional horoscopes and is used for many practical uses like love, travel, money, work and much more.
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What time is Rahu Kaal today?
- Rahu Kaal is a duration of time every day which lasts approximately for one and half hour- which should be avoided to do any auspicious work. Although work that is already in progress can be continued during Rahu Kaal. By doing so, possibility of achieving desired results is increased.
- People avoid starting/organizing key activities like marriage/engagement rituals, Griha Pravesh, purchase of shares, puja/havan, gold, home, car etc during this time.