Shaka Samvat1942 Sharvari
Vikram Samvat2077 Pramathi
Gujarati Samvat2076 Virodhakrit
Amanta MonthAshwina (Adhik)
Purnimanta MonthAshwina (Adhik)
TithiAmavasya upto 01:00 AM, Oct 17
YogaVaidhriti upto 01:47 AM, Oct 17
KaranaChatushpada upto 02:57 PM
KaranaNagava upto 01:00 AM, Oct 17
Rahu Kalam10:41 AM to 12:06 PM
Gulikai Kalam07:51 AM to 09:16 AM
Yamaganda02:56 PM to 04:21 PM
Abhijit11:44 AM to 12:29 PM
Dur Muhurtam08:42 AM to 09:28 AM
Dur Muhurtam12:29 PM to 01:14 PM
Amrit Kalam09:43 AM to 11:07 AM
Amrit Kalam06:18 AM, Oct 17 to 07:41 AM, Oct 17
Varjyam09:56 PM to 11:20 PM
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.
In Hindu Calendar, the day starts with local sunrise and ends with next day local sunrise. As sunrise time is different for all cities, Hindu Calendar made for one city is not valid for any other city. Hence it is important to use location based Hindu Calendar, like this website. Further, each Hindu day consists of five elements, which are called angas. These five elements are
5. Var (weekday of seven days week)
In Hindu Calendar, all five elements together are called Panchang. (In Sanskrit: Panchang = pancha(five) + ang(part)). Hence Hindu Calendar which shows all five elements for each day is called Panchang. In South India Panchang is known as Panchangam.
When Hindu Calendar includes Muslims, Sikh, Christian, Buddhist and Jain festivals, including national holidays, it is called as Indian Calendar.