Moonrise06:18 AM, Feb 09
Shaka Samvat1934 Nandana
TithiThirayodasi upto 07:33 AM
TithiSathuradasi upto 04:49 AM, Feb 09
YogaSiddhi upto 04:10 PM
KaranaVanija upto 07:33 AM
KaranaVishti upto 06:10 PM
KaranaShakuni upto 04:49 AM, Feb 09
Rahu Kalam11:06 AM to 12:24 PM
Gulikai Kalam08:28 AM to 09:47 AM
Yamaganda03:02 PM to 04:21 PM
Abhijit12:03 PM to 12:45 PM
Dur Muhurtam09:15 AM to 09:57 AM
Dur Muhurtam12:45 PM to 01:27 PM
Amrit Kalam03:06 PM to 04:33 PM
Varjyam12:38 AM, Feb 09 to 02:06 AM, Feb 09
Tamil YogaSiddha upto 03:27 PM
Tamil YogaMarana upto 10:25 PM
Anandadi YogaAnanda upto 03:27 PM
Anandadi YogaKaaladanda upto 10:25 PM
Notes: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of Ashburn, 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.
Tamil Panchangam is used by the Tamil population in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and all over the world. Tamil Panchangam has great significance in Tamil Culture and is deeply rooted in the faith of the Tamil Hindus. Tamil Panchangam shows important astronomical elements like Tithi, Nakshatram, Yoga, Karna, Rahu Kalam, Gulikai Kalam etc.
One should avoid Rahu Kalam, Yamagandam, Gulikai, Durmuhurtham and Varjyam as these time periods are not auspicious. The rest of the time left after eliminating them is considered Shubh.
The Abhijit Muhuratam and Amrit Kalam are considered auspicious. If inauspicious time overlaps with auspicious time then the inauspicious time period should be removed from the auspicious time window.