Shubh Muhurat

If the seed is sown by farmers during a favourable Muhurat in October & November, the crop is good.

What is Shubh Muhurat?

A muhurat or muhurata is the time most suitable for performing or beginning an activity in order to ensure that no major obstacles prevent the task from getting done and the task is completed successfully.

‘Muh’ is the name for the moment, while ‘rat’ is the name for order. Accordingly, Shubh Muhurat is a good time to do something.

Muhurat refers to an auspicious time period in Hindu mythology. According to the belief, even though hard work is important, the stars and planets also play a part in whether your endeavors succeed or fail. It is in the interest of the individual to choose the most favorable time for any important task, or “Muhurat”, to be undertaken.

Mr.Saurish Sharma also knowns as a Celebrity Astrologer will guide you through every step & provide you with the best Muhurata so as to successfully complete the event/task.

Five Elements Of Muhurat (Panchang)

The days of the week according to sun(solar day)

Hindu lunar day

The stellar constellations of Lunar mansions

Auspicious and Inauspicious period. (Calculated by angle of Sun & Moon)

Half phase of thithi (Half-day)

Importance of Shubh muhurat -

No one can control the time of a person's birth, for instance. However, we can decide the time of an event. A moment in time is the cause of an event; the future of an event will be determined by it. Shubh Muhurat is a good time to start a new job.

The practice of buying or trading money is particularly common during diwali, especially during the time of lakshmi puja. We believe that this occasion will bring blessings from Goddess Lakshmi and usher in a new journey for wealth creation in the year ahead. As per Vedic Astrology, this is a very powerful muhurat.

When planning a major event or project and seeking the best results, one should choose the best time available within a specific "window of time." This is called Muhurat.

Thus ‘Muhurat’ means to take out an auspicious time for starting work by predictive astrology, which leads to strong possibilities for the successful completion of work.

The Structure Shubh Muhurat

According to the Hindu Panchang, the Muhurat is calculated by combining the five factors Day, Tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga, and Karana.

According to Hinduism, muhurat is a measure of time.

According to the Hindu Panchang or Calendar, a full day, which consists of 24 hours of day and night is divided into 30 Muhurats, each of which lasts about 48 minutes. In other words, the duration of a Muhurat is equal to about 48 minutes and 2 Ghadis. Our award-winning astrologer, Mr. Saurish Sharma, will provide best guidance on calculating the auspicious muhurat based on this outline and timeline.

Muhurata should be counted following the guidelines listed below.

In the first place, the watch must be accurate so the watch can count the Mahurat accurately and record the work done.

The location should also be taken into account; the latitude and longitude should be accurate.

There should not be a combination of the Lagana and Moon transits affecting retrograde planets or planets ruled by Saturn and Moon with a Muhurat that has Saturn and Moon transits, otherwise hurdles will arise and the outcome will not be desirable.

It is essential to do your work on an auspicious Muhurat, as you do not want to delay it while you are waiting for your guests, chief guests, or relatives to arrive.

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