This Tuesday, May 16, the Dwadashi and Trayodashi Tithi of the Krishna Paksha will occur during the Hindu calendar month of Magha. Krishna Dwadashi is included among the good Muhurat times because it is often seen to be excellent for carrying out auspicious tasks. The list of Good Muhurat times does not include Krishna Trayodashi since it is typically seen to be negative for most auspicious events.
On this day, Hindus will celebrate Apara Ekadashi Prana, according to Drik Panchang. Gaining knowledge of the tithi and both fortunate and unlucky times of the day can help you overcome obstacles and predict how your day will likely unfold.
MAY 16 SUNRISE, SUNSET, MOONRISE, AND MOONSET
The sun will rise at 5:30 in the morning and set at 7:05 in the evening. Additionally, on May 17, the moon is predicted to rise at 3:50 AM and be visible at 3:54 PM.
Details for the Tithi, Nakshatra, and Rashi for May 16
The Trayodashi Tithi will start at 11:36 PM and last till the end of the Dwadashi Tithi. Up until 8:15 PM, when Revati Nakshatra will start, the Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra will be in effect. The sun sign will be seen in Vrishabha Rashi, while the moon sign is thought to be in Meena Rashi.
MUHURAT SHUBH FOR MAY 16
Drik Panchang has offered information on several auspicious muhurat times. The Abhijit Muhurat is anticipated to occur between 11:50 and 12:45 PM after the Brahma Muhurta, which is planned to take place between 4:07 and 4:48 AM. Additionally, it is anticipated that the Godhuli Muhurat will occur from 7:04 to 7:25 PM, while the Vijaya Muhurat will rule from 2:34 to 3:28 PM. Between 7:05 and 8:08 PM, the Sayahna Sandhya Muhurat is planned to occur.
FOR MAY 16: ASHUBH MUHURAT
Knowing particular times, such as Rahu Kalam, which is deemed inauspicious and occurs between 3:41 and 5:23 PM, is crucial. Additionally, Gulikai Kalam occurs between 12:18 and 2 PM, while Dur Muhurtam is important between the hours of 8:13 and 9:07 AM and 11:15 and 11:57 PM. The Yamaganda muhurat also takes place between 8:54 AM and 10:36 AM.