Important Facts In Muhurat
Today, in this post we will discuss some important facts about muhurat (auspicious-time). There are various kinds of muhurats. SOme are auspicious and some are not. Let’s take a look at them in detail.
The seventh sign from the ascendant sign at the time of sunrise is known as Godhuli lagna. It is considered to be auspicious for all kind of works. It is considered to be auspicious as all the defects are neglected in this lagna. In this lagna the nakshatra, tithi, karana, day, navamsha, muhurat, yogas, planets in the eighth house, jamitra dosh etc are not taken into consideration while calculating Godhuli Lagna. In, this lagna the Moon is situated in the second, third and eleventh house. All these situations are considered auspicious as well.
Moon and Mars should not be present in the lagna of Godhuli Muhurat. Moon in the sixth house and Mars in the seventh house should also be sacrificed. The eighth house from this lagna should also be empty.
Defects of Godhuli Muhrat
There are various defects/doshas in this house. These defects are given below. It is recommended to sacrifice these defects when calculating godhuli muhurat.
- Sunday should be considered in this muhurat.
- Kulik muhurat period, kranti time, lagna of godhuli muhurat, Moon in the sixth and eighth house should be sacrificed.
- Position of malefic planet in its own lagna nakshatra is not considered auspicious.
- Moon in the first, sixth and eighth house from Godhuli lagna is not considered auspicious for girls.
- Mars in the first, seventh or eighth house from the lagna is not considered auspicious for boys.
- Godhuli muhurat before sunset on Thursday is considered to be inauspicious. However, the time after the sunset can be considered.
- Godhuli muhurat before sunset on Saturday is considered to be auspicious. However, the time after the sunset is not auspicious.
Inauspisious Time In Muhurat
There are many time periods that are always sacrificed due to their negative influence. This period comes between any two different periods such as nakshatra, date, day etc. For instance: The inauspicious period between nakshatra and date lies between the time of end of the nakshatra and beginning of the date. This time period is not more than 1 hour 36 minutes.
Nakshatra Inauspicious Period
Nakshatra tajya or inauspicious period is given below:
It is 30 ghati for kritika, punarvasu, magha, and revati.40 gatti for Rohini.30 gatti for Ashlesha. 20 gatti after the beginning of purvaphalguni, chitra, uttradha and pushya. 21 gatti after the beginning of ardra and hasta.50 gatti after Ashwini. 10 gatti after the beginning of uttaraphalguni and shatabhisha. 24 gatti after the beginning of purvashada and bharani. 14 gatti after the beginning of vishakha, swati, mrigashira and jyestha. 16 gatti after the beginning of purvabhadrapad. 10 gatti after the beginning of anuradha, dhanishtha and shravana. 56 gatti after the beginning of mool nakshatra. This inauspicious period is of 4 gatti and lasts for 1 hour 36 minutes in total.
Date Inauspicious Time
There are some dates that are sacrificed in this muhurat. The calculation of dates is done from pratipada to chaturdashi/ amavasya to purnima. These dates are: 15,5,8,7,7,5,4,1,10,3,13,14,7,8, followed by next 4 gatti.
Day Inauspicious Time
Similar to dates and nakshatras there are some days as well that are sacrificed in this muhurat. The calculation procedure begins from Sunday to Saturday. These days are: 20, 2,12,10,7,5, 25, followed by next 4 gatti.
There are instances in which these doshas dissolve. These doshas dissolve when the Moon in situated in the lagna or trikon house and the lord of the ascendant is in its own house, Kendra, trikon, or aspected by any friendly planet. The situation remains same when Moon is in Mrigshira nakshatra.
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