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Check Out the Tithi, Shubh Muhurat, Rahu Kaal, and Other Details for Monday in Aaj Ka Panchang, May 8, 2023


The Tritiya Tithi and Chaturthi Tithi of the Krishna Paksha will be commemorated in the panchang on Monday. Hindus will celebrate Ekadanta Sankashti Chaturthi on this day, according to Drik Panchang. To conquer all the challenges that arise during the day and to predict how it will play out, check the tithi, auspicious, and unfavorable times.

May 8 will see SUNRISE, SUNSET, MOONRISE, AND MOONSET.

The predicted dawn time is 5:35 AM, and the predicted sunset time is 7:00 PM. According to panchang, it is anticipated that the moon will rise around 10:04 PM and set at 7:19 AM respectively.

Details of the TITHI, NAKSHATRA, and RASHI for May 8

Up until 6:18 PM, the Tritiya Tithi will be in force. Then, the Chaturthi Tithi will begin. Jyeshtha Nakshatra will last till 7:10 PM, at which point Mula Nakshatra will start. Up to 7:10 PM, the Moon will be in the Vrishchika, while the Sun will be in the Mesha Rashi.

FOR MAY 8: SHUBH MUHURAT

Between 4:11 AM and 4:53 AM, it will be termed the Brahma Muhurta, or lucky hour. The Godhuli Muhurat is most likely to occur between 6:59 PM and 7:20 PM, while the Abhijit Muhurat will be in force from 11:51 AM to 12:45 PM. The Sayahna Sandhya Muhurat will be from 7:00 PM to 8:04 PM, while the Vijaya Muhurat will last from 2:32 PM to 3:26 PM.

FOR MAY 8: ASHUBH MUHURAT

While the Gulikai Kalam is anticipated to occur between 1:58 PM and 3:39 PM, the Rahu Kalam is deemed unlucky between the hours of 7:16 PM and 8:57 PM. On May 8, the Baana muhurat will be in Raja till 6:05 AM, while the Yamaganda muhurat will be in force from 10:37 AM to 12:18 PM.

History, Importance, and Rituals of Ekadanta Sankashti Chaturthi

The Hindu calendar month of Magha (January–February) observes Ekadanta Sankashti Chaturthi on the fourth day (Chaturthi) of the waning moon (Krishna Paksha). This celebration is held in honor of Lord Ganesha, an elephant-headed god who is regarded as the patron of learning, wisdom, and wealth as well as the remover of obstacles.

The term “Ekadanta,” which translates to “one-tusked,” alludes to Lord Ganesha's distinctive physical trait of having one of his tusks broken in art. The festival is said to bring good fortune and remove impediments from the lives of devotees who celebrate it with dedication and faith. The name “Sankashti” means “deliverance during difficult times.”

On this day, followers keep a tight fast all day long, only breaking it when they see the moon at night. They give Lord Ganesha special prayers and conduct puja, repeating his mantras and singing songs in his honor. The holiday, which is extensively observed across India and is known as Sankashti Chaturthi in Maharashtra, is characterized by vibrant processions, music, and communal eating.


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