Navratri 2021 date october panchang, The Shukla Paksha Pratipada Tithi of Ashwin month and the start of the holiest Navratri is on October 7. Today is the first day of a nine-day festival for Goddess Durga. During Navratri, nine forms of Goddess Durga, are adored and worshipped. It is also known as Navdurga. Devotees worship Mata Shailputri, Goddess Durga’s original form, on the first day of Navratri. It is an auspicious and well-known Hindu festival. The event begins on Pratipada Tithi with Ghatasthapana and finishes on Vijayadashami.
Sunrise, Sunset, Moonrise, Moonset, and Ghatasthapan Time
The sunrise and sunset on October 7 took place at 06:17 AM and 06:00 PM, respectively, as predicted by Panchang. The moon rose at 06:56 a.m. and set at 06:50 p.m. From 06:17 AM to 07:07 AM, the auspicious muhurat for Ghatasthapana was in effect.
Tithi, Nakshatra, and Rashi
On October 7, the Pratipada tithi was in force till 01:36 PM, followed by the Dwitiya Tithi. Chitra will be the Nakshatra until 09:13 PM. The moon will relocate from Kanya to Tula Rashi, while the sun remains in Kanya Rashi.
Other auspicious times include 05:48 PM to 06:12 PM for Godhuli muhurat and 03:23 PM to 04:50 PM for Amrit Kalam, respectively.
From 01:37 PM to 03:04 PM, Rahu Kalam is in full force. Therefore worshippers don’t perform puja or other auspicious work during this timeframe. Adal Yoga was in effect from 06:17 AM to 09:13 PM, while Gulikai Kalam was in effect from 09:13 AM to 10:41 AM. Looking forward to this festival of goodness over evil.