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04:44 AM to 06:14 AM
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New Delhi, India

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September 2018
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IndiaNew Delhi, NCT, India
Friday, September 29, 2017
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Day SunDay Choghadiya
Sunrise06:17 AM
Chara - Neutral
06:17 AM to 07:45 AM
Labha - Gain
07:45 AM to 09:14 AM
Amrita - Best
09:14 AM to 10:43 AMVaar Vela
Kala - Loss
10:43 AM to 12:11 PMKaal Vela Rahu Kalam
Shubha - Good
12:11 PM to 01:40 PM
Roga - Evil
01:40 PM to 03:08 PM
Udvega - Bad
03:08 PM to 04:37 PM
Chara - Neutral
04:37 PM to 06:06 PM
Night StarsNight Choghadiya
Sunset06:06 PM
Roga - Evil
06:06 PM to 07:37 PM
Kala - Loss
07:37 PM to 09:09 PM
Labha - Gain
09:09 PM to 10:40 PMKaal Ratri
Udvega - Bad
10:40 PM to 12:11 AM, Sep 30
Shubha - Good
12:11 AM, Sep 30 to 01:43 AM, Sep 30
Amrita - Best
01:43 AM, Sep 30 to 03:14 AM, Sep 30
Chara - Neutral
03:14 AM, Sep 30 to 04:46 AM, Sep 30
Roga - Evil
04:46 AM, Sep 30 to 06:17 AM, Sep 30

Notes: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of New Delhi, India with DST adjustment (if applicable).
Hours which are past midnight are suffixed with next day date. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise.

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Rahu Kalam
Rahu Kala

About Choghadiya Table

Choghadiya or Chogadia is used for checking auspicious time to start new work. Traditionally Choghadiya is used for travel muhurthas but due to its simplicity, it is used for any muhurtha.

There are four good Choghadiya, Amrit, Shubh, Labh and Char, to start an auspicious work. Three bad Choghadiya, Rog, Kaal and Udveg, should be avoided.

The time between sunrise and sunset is called day Choghadiya and the time between sunset and next day sunrise is called night Choghadiya.

About Vaar Vela, Kaal Vela and Kaal Ratri

It is believed that no auspicious work should be done during Vaar Vela, Kaal Vela and Kaal Ratri. Vaar Vela and Kaal Vela prevail during daytime while Kaal Ratri prevails during night time. It is believed that all Manglik works done during these timings are not fruitful.

Why Choghadiya Name?

In Hindu division of the day, the time between Sunrise to Sunset is divided into 30 Ghati. For Choghadiya Muhurta, the same time duration is divided into 8 parts, which results in 8 Choghadiya Muhurta during the daytime as well as during the night time. As each Choghadiya Muhurta approximates to 4 Ghati, it is known as Choghadiya i.e. Choghadiya = Cho (four) + Ghadiya (Ghati). Choghadiya Muhurta is also known as Chaturshtika Muhurta.

What if auspicious Choghadiya overlaps with Rahu Kala?

It is quite possible that auspicious Choghadiya might overlap with Rahu Kala. Rahu Kala is considered highly malefic. In south India, it is given utmost importance while selecting any Muhurta. Although many authoritative works on Muhurta don't have reference to Rahu Kala, it is always better to abandon that auspicious Choghadiya Muhurta which overlaps with Rahu Kala.

What if auspicious Choghadiya overlaps with Vara, Kala and Ratri Vela?

It is quite possible that auspicious Choghadiya might overlaps with Vara Vela, Kala Vela and Kala Ratri. While selecting Choghadiya Muhurta, the adverse time of Vara Vela, Kala Vela and Kala Ratri should be rejected.

It is believed that all Manglik works done during Vara Vela, Kala Vela and Kala Ratri are not fruitful and don't give the desired results.

How to mark Choghadiya Good or Bad?

The first Muhurta on each weekday is ruled by the weekday lord. For example, on Sunday, the first Choghadiya Muhurta is ruled by the Sun followed by Venus, Mercury, Moon, Saturn, Jupiter and Mars respectively. The last Muhurta of the daytime is also ruled by the day lord.

Hence the effect of each division, either bad or good, is marked based on the nature of the ruling planet. In Vedic Astrology, the time period under the influence of Venus, Mercury, Moon and Jupiter is usually considered auspicious while the time period under the influence of Sun, Mars and Saturn is usually considered inauspicious. Based on the above information, we can mark each Choghadiya Muhurta as bad or good. It should be noted that bad Choghadiya can also be appropriate depending on the desired work which needs to be accomplished.

Udveg Choghadiya

The Sun is considered a malefic planet in Vedic astrology. Hence the time under the influence of it is usually considered inauspicious and marked as Udveg. However, for government-related work, Udveg Choghadiya is considered good.

Char Choghadiya

The Venus is considered a benefic planet in Vedic astrology. Hence the time under the influence of it is considered auspicious and marked as Char or Chanchal. Due to the moving nature of the Venus, Char Choghadiya is considered most appropriate for travelling purpose.

Labh Choghadiya

The Mercury is considered a benefic planet in Vedic astrology. Hence the time under the influence of it is considered auspicious and marked as Labh. Labh Choghadiya is considered most appropriate to start education and to acquire new skills.

Amrit Choghadiya

The Moon is usually considered a benefic planet in Vedic astrology. Hence the time under the influence of it is considered auspicious and marked as Amrit. Amrit Choghadiya is considered good for all type of works.

Kala Choghadiya

The Saturn is considered a malefic planet in Vedic astrology. Hence the time under the influence of it is considered inauspicious and marked as Kala. No auspicious work is done during Kala Choghadiya. However, Kala Choghadiya is recommended for those activities which are performed to accumulate wealth.

Shubh Choghadiya

The Jupiter is considered a benefic planet in Vedic astrology. Hence the time under the influence of it is considered auspicious and marked as Shubh. Shubh Choghadiya is considered good to conduct ceremonies especially marriage ceremony.

Rog Choghadiya

The Mars is considered a malefic planet in Vedic astrology. Hence the time under the influence of it is considered inauspicious and marked as Rog. No auspicious work is done during Rog Choghadiya. However, Rog Choghadiya is recommended for war and to defeat the enemy.

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