ePanchang on Android ePanchang on iPhone

Panchangam for ()

Day : Wednesday
Date : 2020-09-30
Sunrise : 6:2:59
Sunset : 17:55:00
Thiti : Chaturdasi -29.09.2020 22:35 to 1.10.2020 00:28 Followed By Pournami
Nakshatra : Pooratathi -30.09.2020 00:49 to 1.10.2020 03:16 Followed By Uthirattathi
Tamil Yoga : Amrutha-30.09.2020 00:49 to 1.10.2020 03:16 Followed By-Siddha
Rahu Kalam : 11:59:00 - 13:28:00
Gulikai Kalam : 10:30:00 - 11:59:00
Yamaganda : 7:32:00 - 9:01:00
Abhijit : None
Check your nalla neram for ()

You just need to enter your name,date, time and place of birth along with current location

Fill Your Birth Details Date of Birth  

Time of Birth  

Get your auspicious days

Daily Panchangam

What is daily panchangam?

Panchangam are the five elements of vaaram, tithi, nakshatram, yogam, karanam combined together to indicate the auspicious times of the day, auspicious days of the month and beyond.

Vaaram in panchangam

Vaaram is the individual day of the week, Monday through Sunday. Each day is good for a certain activity, since each day is ruled by a certain planet. The character of the planet indicates the activities it is good for. The horai of the day also plays a part in defining activities that are suited for certain horais of the day.

For any day of the week a few things one can do and others are not allowed. As an example, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday are considered good enough for conducting of marriages, homams, santhi rituals and such auspicious events.

Tithi in Panchangam

Tithi one of fourteen parts in the waxing and waning phase of the moon. Sunday Ashtami, Monday Navami, Tuesday Sashti, Wednesday Tritiya, Thursday Ekadasi, Friday Tryodasi, Saturday Chaturdasi are Tithis that are considered auspicious tithis.

Similarly, Sunday Chaturdasi, Monday Sashti, Tuesday Sapthami, Wednesday Dwitiya, Thursday Ashtami, Friday Navami, Saturday sapthami are tithis that are considered inauspicious and so shall not be used for any auspicious events. Most importantly, some tithis are said to have two eyes. These tithis are said to be very good and activities that are started on these tithis with two eyes ordained to be successful. Dwitiya, Tritiya, Chaturthi, Panchami, Sashti and Saptami are tithis with two eyes during the Krishna paksha or waning moon phase.

Nakshtram in Panchangam

Nakshatram is one of the 27 nakshatras in the zodiac, starting with Aswini, Bharani, Karthigai, Rohini and ending with Revathi.

The nakshatram is another limb of the panchangam. Some nakshatrams are generally said to be good and some bad. The importance of a nakshatram is seen when it is advised that money lending is not to be done on days of Thiruvadirai, Bharani, Karthigai, Aayilyam, Pooram, Pooradam, Poorattathi, Kettai, Visakam, Swati, Chithirai and Magam nakshatram.

Yogam in Panchangam

Amirtha, Siddha and Marana yogam are very common yogams. The quality and result of the yogams are indicated on the stars or nakshatrams that fall on any day. It is generally believed that the nakshatrams Bharani, Punarpoosam, Pooram, Swati, Pooradam, Uthirattadhi are good.

Daily Panchangam

Services offered by ePanchang.com are for informational and entertainment purposes only. ePanchang is not liable for any damages from using data provided herein. (C) Copyright Caladium Systems Pvt Limited. All rights reserved.

Thank you for visiting epanchang. Hope you found what you where looking for!
Please take time to evaluate us. So we can help you better
Your overall rating of the site
Please enter a few thoughts about epanchang


Date of Birth  

Time of Birth  

Why Register?

ePanchang Calendar is Unique for YOU!

Exclusive access to your favourable dates and times

All times are based on your Horoscope

Get instant access to your personal Panchang

Get Rasi Chart

Get Dasa Bhukti for a lifetime

Benefits Save TIME, Save MONEY Personalized dashboard to manage your daily activities Reports based on accurate planet positions Most ACCURATE report Good dates in multiple categories