Mool Nakshatra Dates and timings 2023
6 Nakshatras from amongst 27 Nakshatras are called Gandmool Nakshatras. These are Jyeshtha, Ashlehsa, Revati, Mool, Magha and Ashwini. As per Jyotish Shastra, the gap between the end of one Nakshatra and the beginning of another is called Gandmool.
As per Jyotisha, a child who is born in the Gandmool period causes problems not only for himself but also for everyone in the family which includes Mother-Father, Brother-Sister, Grandfather-Grandmother. In such circumstances, it becomes necessary to get Gandmool Nakshatra Puja done.
Performing Mool Shanti brings in auspicious benefits for the natives of Mool Nakshatra. If your children are born under the Mool Nakshatra then do not get worried and take stress. Their Yogas have led to their birth in Mool Nakshatra and the solution for the same is Mool Shanti Puja.
What are Gandamool Nakshatras and how are they formed?
Gandamool Nakshatras are formed on the basis of the start and end of the zodiac signs and Nakshatras. Cancer Sign and Ashlesha Nakshatra end simultaneously, so Ashlesha is considered as Gand Nakshatra, Leo sign and the Magha Nakshatra start together so Magha is considered Gand Nakshatra, Jyestha is said to be a Ganda Nakshatra as Scorpio Sign and Jyestha Nakshatra end together.
Sagittarius sign and Mool Nakshatra begin together and so Mool Nakshatra is considered Gand Nakshatra. Similarly, when Pisces sign and Revati Nakshatra end simultaneously, Revati is called Gand Nakshatra and as Aries and Ashwini Nakshatra begin simultaneously, Ashwini is called Gand Nakshatra.
Gandmool Nakshatra Shanti Pooja
Traditionally the 27th day from the date of the birth of a native-born in Gandmool Nakshatra is considered ideal for Gand Mool Shanti Puja. This Puja is done by experienced Brahmins. The Nakshatra Mantra is chanted while performing this Puja. Water from 27 wells, soil from 27 pilgrimage sites, froth from the sea, a pot with 27 holes, the leaves of 27 trees, 7 types of grains, etc. are used in the worship to ensure peace. Gandmool Puja once performed as per the required rituals, will be very useful and auspicious for the native.
Starting and ending period of Gandmool Nakshatras (according to Indian time) - 2023 | Starting and ending time of Gandmul Nakshatra 2023 (Indian Time) :
|date||constellation||Time (Hour-Minute)||date||constellation||Time (Hour-Minute)|
|09 January||ashlesha||06:05||January 11||Magha||11:50|
|January 18||eldest||17:23||January 20||original||12:40|
|January 26||Revati||18:57||January 28||Ashwini||19:06|
|05 February||ashlesha||12:13||February 07||Magha||17:45|
|February 15||eldest||02:02||February 16||original||22:53|
|February 23||Revati||04:50||February 25||Ashwini||03:27|
|04 March||ashlesha||18:41||07 March||Magha||00:05|
|March 14||eldest||08:13||March 16||original||06:24|
|March 22||Revati||15:32||March 24||Ashwini||13:22|
|01 April||ashlesha||01:57||03 April||Magha||07:24|
|April 10||eldest||13:39||April 12||original||11:59|
|April 19||Revati||01:01||April 20||Ashwini||23:11|
|April 28||ashlesha||09:53||April 30||Magha||15:30|
|07 May||eldest||20:21||09 May||original||17:46|
|May 16||Revati||08:15||May 18||Ashwini||07:23|
|May 25||ashlesha||17:54||May 27||Magha||23:43|
|04 June||eldest||05:04||06 June||original||01:23|
|June 12||Revati||13:50||June 14||Ashwini||13:40|
|June 22||ashlesha||01:21||June 24||Magha||07:18|
|01 July||eldest||15:04||June 03||original||11:02|
|09 July||Revati||19:30||July 11||Ashwini||19:05|
|July 19||ashlesha||07:58||July 21||Magha||13:58|
|July 29||eldest||00:55||July 30||original||21:33|
|06 August||Revati||02:54||08 Aug||Ashwini||01:16|
|August 15||ashlesha||13:59||August 17||Magha||19:58|
|August 25||eldest||09:14||August 27||original||06:16|
|September 02||Revati||12:31||04 September||Ashwini||09:27|
|September 11||ashlesha||20:01||September 14||Magha||02:01|
|September 21||eldest||15:35||September 23||original||14:56|
|September 29||Revati||23:18||01 October||Ashwini||19:28|
|09 October||ashlesha||02:45||October 11||Magha||08:45|
|October 18||eldest||21:01||October 20||original||20:41|
|October 27||Revati||09:25||October 29||Ashwini||05:41|
|05 November||ashlesha||10:29||07 November||Magha||16:24|
|15 November||eldest||03:24||November 17||original||02:17|
|23rd November||Revati||`17:16||25 November||Ashwini||14:56|
|02 December||ashlesha||18:54||05 December||Magha||00:35|
|December 12th||eldest||11:57||December 14||original||09:47|
|December 20||Revati||22:58||December 22||Ashwini||21:36|
|December 30||ashlesha||03:10||01 Jan||Magha||08:36|