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Thursday, Shukla-Saptami Till 06:21:26

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05:25:23
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Friday, Shukla-Ashtami Till 06:15:56

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Saturday, Shukla-Navami Till 06:52:29

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Sunday, Shukla-Dashami Till 08:04:34

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Monday, Shukla-Ekadashi Till 09:44:23

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Tuesday, Shukla Dwadashi Till 11:44:09

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Wednesday, Shukla Trayodashi Till 13:57:54

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19:18:07
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Thursday, Shukla Chaturdashi Till 16:17:53

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Friday, Purnima Till 18:40:22

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Saturday, Krishna Pratipada Till 21:01:05

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Sunday, Krishna Dwitiya Till 23:16:32

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19:19:48
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Monday, Krishna Tritiya Till 25:19:27

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19:20:11
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Tuesday, Krishna Chaturthi Till 27:04:25

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19:20:33
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Wednesday, Krishna Panchami Till 28:23:04

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05:24:11
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19:20:55
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Thursday, Krishna Shashthi Till 29:09:45

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19:21:16
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Friday, Krishna Shashthi Till 05:09:31

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19:21:35
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Saturday, Krishna Saptami Till 05:16:14

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19:21:54
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Sunday, Krishna Navami Till 27:17:14

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19:22:11
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Monday, Krishna Dashami Till 25:13:47

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Tuesday, Krishna Ekadashi Till 22:29:40

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19:22:43
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Wednesday, Krishna Dwadashi Till 19:15:51

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19:22:57
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Thursday, Krishna Trayodashi Till 15:39:18

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05:25:11
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19:23:10
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Friday, Krishna Chaturdashi Till 11:51:11

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05:25:23
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19:23:21
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Saturday, Amavasya Till 08:01:43

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05:25:37
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19:23:32
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Sunday, Shukla Dwitiya Till 25:02:12

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19:23:41
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Monday, Shukla Tritiya Till 22:13:50

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19:23:49
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Tuesday, Shukla Chaturthi Till 20:01:41

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19:23:56
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Wednesday, Shukla Panchami Till 18:34:42

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Thursday, Shukla Shashthi Till 17:54:23

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Friday, Shukla-Saptami Till 18:01:55

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05:27:20
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Understanding Panchang

Panchang translated as the ‘five limbs’ is one of the most important foundations of Indian Astrology. Depending on the movement, waxing and waning of the moon, astrology develops the Panchang that serves as the basic measuring scale to make horoscopes, spell the characteristics of a given time of the day and also make astrological predictions for all purposes and individuals. We can say Panchang is the diary or calendar of Vedic Astrology. Panchang supplies all the necessary information to prepare the horoscope of an individual and make his life predictions. Panchang has the detailed information of the characteristics of each day. Panchang is the authentic source in India to prepare the calendar 2017.

The five aspects of Panchang

1. Din (vaar): Day of the Week

As is the case with the Gregorian calendar followed throughout the world, Panchang follows a seven day week from Sunday to Saturday). The days of the week are named after the planets they represent.

2. Tithi or the Lunar day

Tithi refers to the status of moon in its waxing phase (Shukla Paksha)or waning phase (Krishna Paksha). In each of the phases, the tithi is named after the state of the moon. Therefore in between Amavasya (no moon day) and Purnima (full moon day), there are fourteen tithis in both the cycles.

3. Nakshatra or the Constellation

Vedic astrology has divided the sky above the earth into twelve zodiacs or constellations. Nakshatras are the group of stars that make up each of the zodiac signs. In total there are twenty seven Nakshatras or stars making up the twelve constellations or zodiac sings. The Nakshatra of the day is decided in relation to the moon’s position in the sky.

4. Yoga

A Yog is calculated based on the totaling of the Nirayna Longitude of the Moon and Sun and dividing the total into 27 parts comprising 13°20' in each segment. There are 27 yogas in total.

5. Karan

Karan is half of the Yoga. A Karan is over when the Nirayana longitude of the Moon gains every 6° with regard to the Sun. Therefore two karans make up a tithi. There are eleven karans in total, four fixed and seven movable.

The uses of Panchang

Without consulting Panchang of the day, the horoscope of an individual can never be prepared. It is the basic system or frame work on which the entire system of astrology is predicted. Panchang readings can help decide the prospects of a given day for an individual. Also, Panchang helps in fixing the auspicious time for different events and festivals.

Astrospeak online Panchang

Astrospeak’s online Panchang is the best 2017 calendar you can hope to find. Astrospeak Panchang is the most authentic and accurate Panchang as it is prepared by leading experts in Astrology. Our intention behind publishing this online Panchang is to help the visitors know everything about a particular day and plan for their events and other activities. Consult this most reliable and accurate Panchang for planning anything in your life and see a positive difference it makes.