Weekly Panchang September 16-22: Transits, Auspicious Muhurat and Festivals | Astrology

This week, Pitru Paksha will be operational and Ashtami and Navami Shraddha will be observed on September 18 and 19, respectively. Also, this week the Sun will transit from Leo to Virgo, the sign of Mercury. Speaking of auspicious muhuratas, one can plan activities related to buying or registering a property this week as auspicious muhurata are available. Let’s take a look at the key Panchanga details for this week for New Delhi, NCT, India.

Shubh Muhurat this week

According to Vedic Astrology, the chances of completing a task successfully are greatly improved if performed during an auspicious muhurat. An auspicious muhurat offers us the best possible outcome according to our destiny if we execute the work in harmony with the cosmic timeline. That is why it is essential to consider muhurat while starting any auspicious work. This week’s Shubh Muhurat for various activities are as follows:

Marriage Muhurat: There is no auspicious muhurata available this week for wedding

Griha Pravesh Muhurat: There is no auspicious muhurata available this week for griha pravesh

Purchase of Muhurat property: The auspicious muhurata for registering or buying a property is available on September 22 (06:09 to 06:10, September 23)

Purchase of Muhurat vehicle: There is no auspicious muhurata available this week for the purchase of a vehicle

Planetary Transits Coming This Week

In Vedic astrology, planetary transits are particularly crucial as they are the primary means of anticipating life changes and advancements. The planets move daily and pass through several nakshatras and rashis in the process. It helps us understand the nature and characteristics of events as they occur. Here are the transits coming this week:

Mars and Venus positioned at a 90 degree angle on September 17, Saturday, 12:16 a.m.

The Sun enters the sign of Virgo on September 17, Saturday, at 07:35

Mercury enters the Uttara Phalguni nakshatra on September 19, Monday, 6:15 p.m.

Venus and Saturn at a 150 degree angle on September 21, Wednesday, 1:39 a.m.

Venus enters Uttara Phalguni nakshatra on Wednesday, September 22 at 4:57 p.m.

Upcoming festivals this week

Kanya Sankranti (Saturday September 17): It marks the beginning of the sixth month of the Hindu solar calendar. The twelve Sankrantis of the year are very auspicious for charities and donations. In South India, Sankranti is called Sankramanam. It is also known as Vishwakarma Puja.

Rohini Vrat (Saturday September 17): It is an important day of fasting in the Jain community. Rohini Vrat is mainly observed by women for the long life of their husbands.

Ashtami Shraddha (Sunday September 18): Ashtami Shraddha is made for deceased family members on Ashtami Tithi including Shukla and Krishna Paksha Ashtami.

Navami Shraddha (Monday, September 19): Navami Shraddha Tithi is also known as Matra Navami. This Tithi is the most appropriate day to perform the Shraddha of the mother. It is believed that doing Shraddha on this Tithi appeases all deceased women in the family.

Indira Ekadashi Vrat (Wednesday, September 21): Ekadashi Parana is done after sunrise the day after the Ekadashi fast. It is necessary to do Parana in Dwadashi Tithi unless Dwadashi is completed before sunrise.

Bad Rahu Kalam this week

According to Vedic astrology, Rahu is an inauspicious planet. During the transition of the planets, weather under the influence of Rahu should be avoided to perform auspicious work. Doing Puja, Hawan or Yagya to appease auspicious planets during this time is interfered with by Rahu due to his evil nature. It is important to consider Rahu Kaal before starting any new work. By doing so, the possibility of obtaining the desired results is increased. Here are Rahu Kalam’s schedules for this week:

September 16: 10:43 a.m. to 12:16 p.m.

September 17: 9:11 a.m. to 10:43 a.m.

September 18: 4:51 p.m. to 6:23 p.m.

September 19: 7:40 a.m. to 9:11 a.m.

September 20: 3:17 p.m. to 4:49 p.m.

September 21: 12:14 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.

September 22: 1:45 p.m. to 3:16 p.m.

Panchanga is a calendar used in Vedic astrology to determine favorable and unfavorable time to perform daily tasks based on the dominant planetary position. It comprises five elements – Vaara, Tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga and Karana. The essence of Panchanga is the inter-relationship between the Sun (our soul) and the Moon (spirit) on a daily basis. Panchanga is used for different branches of Vedic astrology such as natal, electoral, prashna (hourly), religious calendars and to understand the energy of the day. The day of our birth panchanga represents our emotions, our temperament and our nature. It can give a better sense of who we are and how we feel. It can amplify the effect of the planets and endow us with additional characteristics that we may not understand based on our birth chart alone. Panchanga is the vital energy that nourishes the natal chart.


Neeraj Dhankher

(Vedic Astrologer, Founder – Astro Zindagi)

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