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2020 Tula Sankranti Phalam for New Delhi, NCT, India

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Tula Sankranti Phalam

Tula Sankranti Phalam

  • Good for governments
  • Commodities cost would be expensive
  • Omen of death
  • People will suffer from cough and cold, conflict among nations and chances of famine due to lack of rains
Tula Sankranti Muhurta

Tula Sankranti Muhurta

Sankranti Karana: Kinstughna
Sankranti Day: Saturday / शनिवार
Observation Date: October 17, 2020
Transit Date: October 17, 2020
Sankranti Moment: 07:22 AM, Oct 17
Sankranti Ghati: 3 (Dinamana)
Sankranti Moonsign: Tula Tula
Sankranti Nakshatra: Chitra (Maitra Sangyaka) Chitra
Kinstughna Karana Sankranti with Vahana Murga
Sankranti Phalam

Sankranti Property
Phalam Indication
Naam / Name
Rakshashi
Vara Mukha / Facing
Pashchima / West
Drishti / Sighting
Ishana / North-East
Gamana / Going To
Uttara / North
Vahana / Vehicle
Murga / Cock
Upa Vahana / Secondary Vehicle
Varaha / Boar
Vastra / Clothes
Megha Varna / Dark Cloud
Ayudha / Weapon
Bana / Arrow
Bhakshya Padartha / Food
Shakkar / Sugar
Gandha Dravya / Poultice on Body
Karpur
Varna / Cast
Sankara / Mixed
Pushpa / Flower
Japa
Vaya / Age
Pari Vrajika
Avastha / State/Condition
Vriddha / Old
Karana Mukha / Facing
Samvadi / All Directions
Sthiti / Position
Khadi / Standing
Bhojana Patra / Food Vessel
Kashtha Patra / Wooden
Abhushana / Jewelry
Suvarna
Kanchuki / Top Cloth
Pandura / Pale White

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.

Sankranti Phalam

Sankranti is a phenomenon when the Sun transits from one zodiac to another zodiac while travelling through zodiac belt. There are twelve Sankranti in a solar year.

Vedic astrology personifies Sankranti. In Vedic astrology, Sankranti is 60 Yojana (approximately 432 Km) wide and long. Sankranti has a figure of a man with one face, long nose, wide lips and nine arms. It moves in forwards direction but keeps watching backwards. It keeps revolving while holding a coconut shell in one hand.

As per Hindu beliefs, the above personification seems inauspicious and hence Sankranti window is prohibited for all auspicious activities. However, the Sankranti duration is considered highly significant for charity, penance and Shradh rituals. People offer alms to needy, take bath in holy rivers and perform Shradh for ancestors during Sankranti.

Vedic astrology also lists characteristic of each Sankranti based on Panchang. These characteristics are an omen of coming events in the month. Whatever items are influenced by Sankranti are believed to go through a bad time. E.g. if Sankranti is adorning with gold then the coming month is not good for those who deal in gold commodity and so on.

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