In Hinduism, special care is taken of the planet, constellation before doing any work. Apart from this, the one thing that is seen the most is Panchak. Many things are taken care of every month on the upcoming Panchak Tithi. Not much work is done during this time.
In the month of December, Panchak is starting from 3rd. Which is going to last till December 8. According to astrology, Panchak i.e. these five days falling in the month are said to be inauspicious. That is why some special types of work are not done on this day.
It is said that when the Moon stays on Aquarius and Pisces, the same time is called Panchak. It is said that no auspicious work should be done during this period. Grass, wood, etc. fuel should also not be collected during the period of Panchak, when there is Griptha Nakshatra.
Panchang is called the Hindu calendar. It is a collective term for the various lunar calendars traditionally used in India. It is also important to the practice of Hindu astrology and zodiac, much of which was adopted from Greece in the centuries after the arrival of Alexander the Great.
Thakur Prasad’s Calendar: Rupesh Thakur Prasad Calendar cum Panchang is a Hindu calendar published by Shri Thakur Prasad Prakashan of Varanasi. It runs according to the date of Ujjain.
Hindu Panchang Date and Paksha
Hindi Panchang is a calendar in use since ancient times. which is believed to be the oldest. After which many types of calendars were started around the world. Among which are English calendar, Islamic calendar, Gregorian calendar, etc. There are 14 Tithi and two Paksha in Hindu Panchang – Hindu Panchang Paksha – (1) Shukla Paksha (2) Krishna Paksha
1- Shukla Paksha – There is a full moon in Shukla Paksha. Which starts after the new moon, in which the moon keeps getting bigger. There are 14 Tithis in this Paksha too.
2 – Krishna Paksha – Amavasya occurs in Krishna Paksha. The Krishna Paksha starts after the full moon. and lasts till the new moon. There are also 14 Tithis in Krishna Paksha, in this Paksha we see the Moon in decreasing order.
Months of Hindu Calendar
Chaitra Month (Chaitra) – Chaitra Mah
Vaishakh Month (Baisakh) – Baishakh Mah
Jyeshth Month (Jeth) – Jyeshth Mah
Shraavan Month (Sawan) – Shraavan Mah
Bhadrapaksha month (Bhadon) – Bhadra paksh – Bhadon Mah
Ashvin Month (Kwar) – AAshvin – Kwaar Mah
Margasish month (Aghan) – Agahan Mah
How to View Hindi Panchang
The Hindu calendar is lunar based which means it is both a lunar calendar and a solar calendar. Hindu mathematicians have divided the zodiac into 12 ‘equal parts’ named ‘Rashi’.
Each rashi is divided into 30 parts called amsa (actually it is degree).
This calendar provides information about fast, festival or festival, marriage muhurta, sunrise, sunstam, fast recession thoughts, moon position, bhadra status, quintet, basic thoughts, horoscope in each month, monthly holidays, Jupiter, Muhurta etc.
The entry point of the time of the Sun in any new zodiac is called ‘Sankranti’. The solar month occurs just before a solstice, just before a solstice. Hence, the Hindu months are completely zodiac based and they tend to be longer when the Sun is far from the Earth and they are shorter when the Sun is closer to the Earth.
Names of seasons based on Sanatani Hindu calendar
The way the seasons are divided into three parts (winter, summer and rainy season) on the basis of the English calendar. Similarly, according to the Hindi calendar, the season is divided into 6 parts.
- Vasant Rutu
- Greeshm Rutu
- Varsha Rutu
- Sharad Rutu
- Hemant Rutu
- Shishir Rutu
Zodiac Names In Hindi
There are 12 zodiac signs according to the Hindu calendar. On the basis of which the horoscopes are formed. In the table below, we will tell you the names of 12 zodiac signs in Hindi and in English –
Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces