February 15, 2024, Aaj Ka Panchang: Tithi, Vrat, and Today’s Shubh, Ashubh Muhurat

Friday, February 15, 2024, AAJ KA PanCHANG: The Shukla Paksha’s Shashthi and Saptami Tithi are scheduled for February 15. Shubh Muhurat dates encompass both Shukla Saptami and Shukla Shashthi, which are considered to be auspicious days. The Brahma Savarni Manvadi event is held on this day.

It’s crucial to take into account aspects like Tithi, Shubh, and Ashubh times before beginning new work. This knowledge may be very helpful in planning everyday tasks and anticipating and avoiding any roadblocks.

On February 15, the sun will rise, set, moonrise, and moonset.
It is predicted that the sunrise will occur at 7:05 AM and the sunset will occur at 6:26 PM. In the meanwhile, on February 16 the moon is scheduled to rise at around 10:43 AM and set at 12:17 AM.

Details of Tithir, Nakshatra, and Rashi for February 15
It is expected that the Saptami Tithi would easily transition from the Shashthi Tithi till 10:12 AM. Moreover, it is anticipated that the Ashwini Nakshatra will continue till 9:26 AM, at which point the unfavorable Bharani Nakshatra will begin. The sun is expected to be in the Kumbha Rashi, while the moon will be in the Mesha Rashi.

The following are the day’s lucky muhurat timings: It is expected that Brahma muhurta will occur between 5:24 and 6:15 AM, Godhuli muhurat between 6:23 and 6:49 PM, and Vijaya muhurta between 2:39 and 3:24 PM. Furthermore, on February 16, Nishita Muhurta is slated to take place between 12:20 AM and 1:10 AM, and Pratah Sandhya Muhurta is set to take place between 5:49 AM and 7:05 AM. The scheduled time for Ravi Yoga is 7:05 AM to 9:26 AM.

The following are the day’s unfavorable timings: The projected times for Rahu Kalam, Gulikai Kalam, and Yamaganda muhurats are 2:11 PM to 3:36 PM, 9:55 AM to 11:20 AM, and 7:05 AM to 8:30 AM, respectively. In addition, it is anticipated that the Banna muhurat would begin in Mrityu and last until 3:23 PM, after which it will move to Agni until midnight.

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