Panchang

A Panchang is a detailed Hindu calendar which takes into account five factors of any given day as per Indian Vedic scriptures to provide information useful for astrologers to forecast celestial phenomena, and also to outline auspicious and inauspicious time frames for important occasions such as marriage, education, career, travel, etc. The five aspects taken into account are day of the week (vaar); tithi or the lunar day; nakshatra or the constellation; yoga; and karan. You can get your region-specific Panchang by entering the name of your country and city in the boxes below.

PANCHANG

18, August 2018
  • Mumbai, India
  • Sunrise : 06:20
  • Sunset : 19:04
  • Sunset : 19:04
  • Tithi : Shukla Paksha Ashtmi
  • Nakshatra : Vishakha
  • SUNDAY
  • MONDAY
  • TUESDAY
  • WEDNESDAY
  • THURSDAY
  • FRIDAY
  • SATURDAY
  • SUNDAY
    26
    Purnima
    Nakshtra : Dhanistha
    Yog : Atigand
    Karan : Bav
    Sunrise : 06:22
    Sunset : 18:58
  • MONDAY
    27
    Krishna Paksha Pratipada
    Nakshtra : Satbhisha
    Yog : Sukarma
    Karan : Balav
    Sunrise : 06:22
    Sunset : 18:57
  • TUESDAY
    28
    Krishna Paksha Dwitiya
    Nakshtra : Purvabhadrapad
    Yog : Dhruti
    Karan : Taitil
    Sunrise : 06:22
    Sunset : 18:57
  • WEDNESDAY
    29
    Krishna Paksha Tritiya
    Nakshtra : Uttarabhadrapad
    Yog : Shul
    Karan : Vanij
    Sunrise : 06:23
    Sunset : 18:56
  • THURSDAY
    30
    Krishna Paksha Chaturthi
    Nakshtra : Revati
    Yog : Gand
    Karan : Bav
    Sunrise : 06:23
    Sunset : 18:55
  • FRIDAY
    31
    Krishna Paksha Panchami
    Nakshtra : Ashwini
    Yog : Vruddhi
    Karan : Kaulav
    Sunrise : 06:23
    Sunset : 18:54
  • SATURDAY
    01
    Krishna Paksha Shashti
    Nakshtra : Bharani
    Yog : Dhruv
    Karan : Gara
    Sunrise : 06:23
    Sunset : 18:53
  • SUNDAY
    02
    Krishna Paksha Saptami
    Nakshtra : Krutika
    Yog : Vyaghaat
    Karan : Vishti
    Sunrise : 06:23
    Sunset : 18:52
  • MONDAY
    03
    Krishna Paksha Ashtmi
    Nakshtra : Rohini
    Yog : Harshan
    Karan : Balav
    Sunrise : 06:24
    Sunset : 18:52
  • TUESDAY
    04
    Krishna Paksha Navmi
    Nakshtra : Mrugshirsh
    Yog : Vajra
    Karan : Taitil
    Sunrise : 06:24
    Sunset : 18:51
  • WEDNESDAY
    05
    Krishna Paksha Dashmi
    Nakshtra : Aadra
    Yog : Siddhi
    Karan : Vishti
    Sunrise : 06:24
    Sunset : 18:50
  • THURSDAY
    06
    Krishna Paksha Ekadashi
    Nakshtra : Punarvasu
    Yog : Vyatipat
    Karan : Balav
    Sunrise : 06:24
    Sunset : 18:49
  • FRIDAY
    07
    Krishna Paksha Dwadashi
    Nakshtra : Pushya
    Yog : Paridh
    Karan : Taitil
    Sunrise : 06:24
    Sunset : 18:48
  • SATURDAY
    08
    Krishna Paksha Trayodashi
    Nakshtra : Aashlesha
    Yog : Shiv
    Karan : Vanij
    Sunrise : 06:24
    Sunset : 18:47
  • SUNDAY
    09
    Amavasya
    Nakshtra : Magha
    Yog : Shiddhi
    Karan : Chatuspad
    Sunrise : 06:25
    Sunset : 18:46
  • MONDAY
    10
    Shukla Paksha Pratipada
    Nakshtra : Purvafalguni
    Yog : Sadhya
    Karan : Kistughna
    Sunrise : 06:25
    Sunset : 18:46
  • TUESDAY
    11
    Shukla Paksha Dwitiya
    Nakshtra : Hast
    Yog : Shubh
    Karan : Balav
    Sunrise : 06:25
    Sunset : 18:45
  • WEDNESDAY
    12
    Shukla Paksha Tritiya
    Nakshtra : Chitra
    Yog : Brahm
    Karan : Gara
    Sunrise : 06:25
    Sunset : 18:44
  • THURSDAY
    13
    Shukla Paksha Chaturthi
    Nakshtra : Swati
    Yog : Endra
    Karan : Vishti
    Sunrise : 06:25
    Sunset : 18:43
  • FRIDAY
    14
    Shukla Paksha Panchami
    Nakshtra : Vishakha
    Yog : Vaidhruti
    Karan : Balav
    Sunrise : 06:26
    Sunset : 18:42
  • SATURDAY
    15
    Shukla Paksha Shashti
    Nakshtra : Anuradha
    Yog : Vishkumbh
    Karan : Taitil
    Sunrise : 06:26
    Sunset : 18:41
  • SUNDAY
    16
    Shukla Paksha Saptami
    Nakshtra : Jyestha
    Yog : Priti
    Karan : Vanij
    Sunrise : 06:26
    Sunset : 18:40
  • MONDAY
    17
    Shukla Paksha Ashtmi
    Nakshtra : Mool
    Yog : Aayusyaman
    Karan : Bav
    Sunrise : 06:26
    Sunset : 18:39
  • TUESDAY
    18
    Shukla Paksha Navmi
    Nakshtra : Mool
    Yog : Shaubhagya
    Karan : Balav
    Sunrise : 06:26
    Sunset : 18:39
  • WEDNESDAY
    19
    Shukla Paksha Dashmi
    Nakshtra : Purvashadha
    Yog : Shobhan
    Karan : Taitil
    Sunrise : 06:26
    Sunset : 18:38
  • THURSDAY
    20
    Shukla Paksha Ekadashi
    Nakshtra : Uttarashadha
    Yog : Atigand
    Karan : Vanij
    Sunrise : 06:27
    Sunset : 18:37
  • FRIDAY
    21
    Shukla Paksha Dwadashi
    Nakshtra : Shravan
    Yog : Sukarma
    Karan : Bav
    Sunrise : 06:27
    Sunset : 18:36
  • SATURDAY
    22
    Shukla Paksha Trayodashi
    Nakshtra : Dhanistha
    Yog : Dhruti
    Karan : Kaulav
    Sunrise : 06:27
    Sunset : 18:35
  • SUNDAY
    23
    Shukla Paksha Trayodashi
    Nakshtra : Satbhisha
    Yog : Shul
    Karan : Taitil
    Sunrise : 06:27
    Sunset : 18:34
  • MONDAY
    24
    Shukla Paksha Chaturdashi
    Nakshtra : Purvabhadrapad
    Yog : Gand
    Karan : Vanij
    Sunrise : 06:27
    Sunset : 18:33
  • TUESDAY
    25
    Purnima
    Nakshtra : Uttarabhadrapad
    Yog : Vruddhi
    Karan : Bav
    Sunrise : 06:28
    Sunset : 18:32
  • WEDNESDAY
    26
    Krishna Paksha Pratipada
    Nakshtra : Revati
    Yog : Dhruv
    Karan : Kaulav
    Sunrise : 06:28
    Sunset : 18:31
  • THURSDAY
    27
    Krishna Paksha Dwitiya
    Nakshtra : Ashwini
    Yog : Vyaghaat
    Karan : Gara
    Sunrise : 06:28
    Sunset : 18:31
  • FRIDAY
    28
    Krishna Paksha Tritiya
    Nakshtra : Bharani
    Yog : Harshan
    Karan : Vishti
    Sunrise : 06:28
    Sunset : 18:30
  • SATURDAY
    29
    Krishna Paksha Chaturthi
    Nakshtra : Krutika
    Yog : Vajra
    Karan : Balav
    Sunrise : 06:28
    Sunset : 18:29

Panchang- It's Significance & Methodology

The significance of Panchang is that it basically gives you information on how to live in harmony with your environment, which you can do by optimally utilizing this Hindu calendar for planning important events in your life. The Panchang is used fundamentally to match the current planetary configurations with the position of the heavenly bodies in your astrological chart, so that the auspicious days can be pin-pointed in your best interests. The preparation of a Panchang involves elaborate mathematical calculations and a deep understanding of astronomical phenomena, but in practice it is prepared as per the set formulae outlined by Vedic sages and scholars.