Vedic Panchang



Complete details on Day, Nakshtra, Tithi, Yog, Karan and Upcoming Festivals

You can avail of our free Vedic Panchang service to determine tithi, Nakshatra, yoga, along with the timings of Sunrise and Sunset, Rahu kalam, and Yamakandam.

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Here is the free utility for you to view Panchang along with Sun Rise, Rahu Kalam, Yamakandam

View the Panchang for Date
Monday, August 15th 2022
Moon Rasi: MINA
Tithi: CHATURTHI
Nakshatra: UTTARBADRA
Yoga: DHRITI
Sunrise - Sunset: 05:51 - 19:01
Rahu Kalam: 07:29 - 09:08
Yamakandam: 10:30 - 12:00
Read More: What is Panchang:

Panchang consists of two words:

  • Panch means Five
  • Ang means Parts

The name 'Panchang' is a Hindi Word and made up of 5 parts names as: Tithi, Day, Nakshtra, Yog and Karan

|| TITHI ||

The Thithi is calculated with help of poisition of Sun and Moon in transit.

Tithi = (Moon Longitude - Sun Longitude) / 12. If the calculated result is greater than 15, we have to substract 15 from the result. The net result is Tithi.Â

TITHI VRIDHI is the tithi present at Sunrise on first day anas well as on the second day.

|| DAY ||

Seven days of the week are Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday.

|| NAKSHATRAS ||

The 360 degrees zodiac is divided into 27 parts to acheive a single naksjtra i.e. of 13 degrees 20 min. There are 27 Nakshtras, Every nakshtra is further divided into four periods (CHARAN) i.e. 3 degree 20 min. A Rashi consists of Two and a quarter of the Nakshtras.Â

Calculation of NAKSHTRA

Nakshtra = Moon Longitude / 13 deg. 20 min

|| Yog ||

There are 27 Yogas named as Vishkumbh, Preeti, Aayushman, Saubhagya, Shobhan, Atigand, Sukarma, Dhriti, Shool, Gand, Vridhi, Dhruv, Vyaghat, Harshan, Vajra, Sidhi, Vyatipat, Variyaan, Parigh, Shiv, Sidh, Sadhya, Shubh, Shukla, Brahm, Ainder and Vaidhriti.

Calculation of YOG :

Yog = (Moon Longitude + Sun Longitude) / 13 deg. 20 min

|| KARAN ||

One tithi consists of two karans. there are total 11 Karan, among them seven Char karans are named as Vav, Valav, Kaulav, Taitil, Gar, Vanij, Vishti. Four are fixed Karans named as Shakuni, Chatushpad, Naag kinstughan.Â

Calculation of KARAN

Karan = (Tithi) / 2

The calculations are made on basis of 77.11 E Longitude and 28.39 N Latitude

Read Customer Reviews

I have used this service for free of cost many times and recently I decided to try the paid one, it is definitely great and gives out exact report and additional details which proved to be a boon for my work.

Shagun, Freelance Writer, Singapore

The mahurat report provided by askganesha is very useful as it assures that one do not need to be in the feet of the pundits anymore. I have been using their service of panchang for over a year now and I am very satisfied. They take a very reasonable amount and help us a lot.

Karampal Tyagi, Builder, Gurgaon

It’s a very good service. They provide it for free and I am highly benefited by the same. I am going to try its paid service pretty soon.

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Ishadawar, Student, Malaysia

Technology has taken human to the level that they have hardly imagined. I agree that we do not have to go to the pundits anymore. I derive my mahurat report from this website which works wonders for me.

Rakesh Chapoli, Professor, Budapest
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