Prasuti Snan is an important ritual after child birth. It is performed after completion of Namakarana and Shashthi Puja when Sutaka is over. It is the first bath after Sutaka which is commonly known as Nahana and usually performed after one week of child birth.
Notes: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of San Diego, United States with DST adjustment (if applicable).
Hours which are past midnight are suffixed with next day date. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise.
Following Muhurta conditions should prevail at the time of Prasuta Snan -
Nakshatra: All fixed Nakshatra i.e. Rohini (4), Uttara Phalguni (12), Uttara Ashadha (21), Uttara Bhadrapada (26) and Swati (15), Mrigashirsha (5), Anuradha (17), Revati (27), Ashwini (1), Hasta (13) are considered auspicious for Prasuta Snan.
Tithi: All Tithi, except Rikta Tithi i.e. Chaturthi (4), Navami (9), Chaturdashi (14) and Shashthi (6), Ashtami (8), Dwadashi (12) of Shukla and Krishna Paksha both, are considered good for Prasuta Snan.
Days: Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday are considered good for Prasuta Snan.
Lagna: Vrishabha (2), Mithuna (3), Karka (4), Kanya (6), Tula (7), Dhanu (9) and Meena (12) are considered good for Prasuta Snan.