How can I know my Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha?

How can I know my Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha?

The first fortnight between New Moon Day and Full Moon Day is called “Gaura Paksha” or Shukla Paksha ( lit. ‘white/bright/golden side’) the period of the brightening moon (waxing moon), and the second fortnight of the month is called “Vadhya Paksha” or Krishna Paksha ( lit.

What is today Krishna Paksha or Shukla Paksha?

Today is Krishna Chaturthi of Shukla Paksha.

Which day is Shukla Paksha in 2021?

Panchang December 19, 2021

Date December 19, 2021
Paksha Shukla Paksha (waxing or bright phase of the Moon)
Tithi Purnima Tithi (Full Moon Day)
Var/Diwas Raviwar (Sunday)
Nakshatra Mrigashira Nakshatra

What is Shukla Paksha time?

Aaj ki tithi (हिंदी) Tithi today is Sukla Paksha Trayodashi (upto 3:23 pm), followed by Chaturdashi. Right now, tithi is Trayodashi. Next Purnima is 1 day 5 hours 52 minutes away.

Why is it called Krishna Paksha?

The name has Sanskrit roots, with krishna meaning “dark” and paksha meaning “side”. This refers to the fact it happens on the “dark side” of the full moon. Krishna Paksha is also sometimes called Vadhya Paksha.

Which Paksha is today?

Today is the Pratipada Tithi (Day 1), Jyeshtha, Shukla Paksha (waxing or bright phase of the Lunar cycle), Mangalwar (Tuesday).

How is Tithi calculated?

The tithi is the time taken by the Moon in increasing its distance from the Sun by 12 degrees. The complete revolution of the Moon (29.5 days) occupies 30 tithis for 360 degrees.

Which Tithi is today?

Today is the Trayodashi Tithi (Day 13), Jyeshtha, Krishna Paksha (waning or dark phase of the Lunar cycle), Shaniwar (Saturday).

What is today’s Panchang?

Today’s Panchang, May 24, 2022: Today is the Navami Tithi (Day 9), Jyeshtha, Krishna Paksha (waning or dark phase of the Lunar cycle), Mangalwar (Tuesday). Scroll down to know today’s sunrise, sunset, timings, shubh and ashubh muhurat, nakshatra, etc.

Which Paksha is good for marriage?

Tithis such as Dwitiya (2), Tritiya (3), Panchami (5), Saptami (7), Ekadashi (11) and Trayodashi (13) are best suited for marriage. Rikta tithis such as Chaturthi (4), Navami (9) and Chaturdashi (14) are bad and should be avoided.

Can we do Krishna Paksha Pooja?

The puja shall be performed at Nishita Kaal (at around 12 AM) because Shri Krishna was born to Devaki on Ashtami Tithi in the month of Bhadrapada Krishna Paksha when Rohini Nakshatra prevailed at midnight. People observe a day-long fast and break it only after completing the puja or until Ashtami Tithi ends.

Which Paksha is now?

Today tithi (May 19, 2022) is Krishna Paksha Chaturthi at sunrise. Tomorrow tithi (May 20, 2022) is Krishna Paksha Panchami. For details like nakshatra, yoga, auspicious muhurat, go to Panchang May, 2022 & Hindu calendar May, 2022. Use this calendar to find tithi for any day in the month of May, 2022 for any location.

What is Shukla Paksha&Krishna Paksha in Hindu calendar?

Shukla Paksha & Krishna Paksha in Hindu calendar. In Sanskrit language the word Shukla means “white”. It is to be noted that Shukla Paksha happens for a period of 15 days. It begins on the day of Shukla Amavasya that is known as New Moon day and ends on the day of Poornima that is full moon day. These days are considered to be very auspicious.

Is Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha auspicious?

As per the religious belief, people consider Shukla paksha as promising, and Krishna paksha as unfavourable. This consideration is with regards to the vitality and illumination of the Moon. According to Astrology, the period from the tenth day of Shukla paksha to the fifth day of Krishna paksha is considered as astrologically auspicious.

How many tithis are there between Krishna Paksha pradipada and Shukla Paksha?

Between Krishna paksha (waning phase) pradipada and Shukla paksha (waxing phase) purnima there are 30 tithis, the length of each lunar day may vary though. The duration of tithi can be anywhere between 21.5 hours to 26 hours.

What is the Krishna Paksha in Hinduism?

Krishna Paksha starts from the full Moon (Poonam) and lasts until the new Moon (Amavasya). It is a time wherein, Moon Starts fading its form. Moreover, it is known as the Krishna Paksha because of Lord Krishna. The skin complexion of Krishna was Shyam (Dull and faded), so the faded form of Moon is termed as Krishna Paksha.

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