Panchang, which is a Vedic Calendar, is used for checking various Hindu festivals and auspicious times. Knowing the details regarding the day or month's auspicious time, inauspicious time, Nakshatra and Tithi is of utmost importance before commencing any new work. According to the Hindu beliefs, doing things at the correct time can bring success, happiness and wealth. The Hindu calendar is also important to practice astrology and observing fasting days.
According to the Panchang, February 9, Tuesday, is the Krishna Paksha Trayodashi Tithi of Magha Maas in Vikram Samvat 2077. The day is Mangalwara and the Trayodashi Tithi will remain up to 02:05 am till February 10, after which Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi Tithi will begin and remain up to 1:08 am till February 11. The day will start with the sunrise at 7.02 am and the sunset will be marked at 6:08 pm.
Here are the other important details:
Sunrise time- 7.02 am
Sunset time- 6:08 pm
Moonrise time- 6:02 am, February 10
Moonset time- 3:42 pm, February 10
Tithi, Nakshatra and Rashi details:
Trayodashi Tithi will conclude at 02:05 am on February 10 and the Nakshatra will be Purva Ashadha up to 02:39 pm on Tuesday, February 9. After this, Uttara Ashadha Nakshatra will begin. Coming to the Rashi details, the sun will remain in Makara (Capricorn) Rashi, while the moon will enter Dhanu (Sagittarius) Rashi and will remain there up to 8:31 pm, after which it will move to Makara (Capricorn) Rashi.
On Tuesday, Abhijit Muhurat will prevail from 12:13 pm to 12:57 pm. The muhurat is generally for 40-45 minutes and is considered to be one of the most auspicious and powerful Muhurats.
Rahu Kalam will start at 3:21 pm and will conclude at 4:45 pm. In the Vedic astrology, this period is considered as the most inauspicious time and hence, it is generally not preferred by anyone to start something new as it is said to cause harm or hamper the growth.