In Hinduism, auspicious time is required to perform any task. The work is started at an auspicious time for the success of the work and auspicious results. Then, whether it is a wedding, starting a business, buying a car, etc., we get an auspicious time from the astrologer. According to the Hindu calendar, the Muhurta is derived based on the date, constellation, the moon's position, and the planets' position.
So let us tell you in detail in this article about the auspicious time in January.
Auspicious time for marriage
Among the 16 rites of Hinduism, the fifteenth is the marriage ceremony. Therefore auspicious time is also important for a marriage. On the other hand, in January 2021, only one auspicious time for marriage is seen. According to the Hindu calendar, there will be Masant Dosh and Kharmas at the beginning of January, which is considered inauspicious for Hindu weddings. At the same time, auspicious things like marriage will stop. After this, the marriage ceremony will begin on 22 April 2021. Therefore, the best and auspicious date and time for a person's marriage should be determined after consultation with an experienced astrologer. The most suitable and promising date and time for the wedding depending on the bride's and groom's birth chart and marriage place.
18 January 2021, Monday, Muhurta - 6:27 pm till 19 January 7:14 am, Nakshatra - Uttar Bhadrapada, Date - Shashthi
Auspicious time to buy a vehicle
Any vehicle, be it bike, car, bus, etc., should be purchased at an auspicious time to exploit the best possible natural benefits. On the other hand, a vehicle purchased in an adverse or inauspicious time can bring the vehicle owner many difficulties, besides hindering the owner's potential progress and prosperity, so let's know about the auspicious time.
01 January 2021, Friday, Muhurta - 9:33 am till 8:00 pm, Nakshatra - Pushya, Date - Tritiya
06 January 2021, Wednesday, Muhurta - 7:15 am till 07 January 2:06 am, Nakshatra - Hasta, Chitra, Date - Ashtami
08 January 2021, Friday, Muhurta - 7:15 am to 02:13 pm, Nakshatra - Swati, Date - Dashami
15 January 2021, Friday, Muhurta - 8:04 am till 16 January 7:15 pm, Nakshatra - Dhanishtha, Shatabhisha, Date - Tritiya
24 January 2021, Sunday, Muhurta - from 07:13 am to 10:57 pm, Nakshatra - Rohini, Date - Ekadashi
28 January 2021, Thursday, Muhurta - 07:11 am till 29 January 3:00 am, Nakshatra - Pushya, Date - full moon, Pratipada
Auspicious time to buy land
If you buy land at an inauspicious time, then you may face loss. Therefore, we are telling you about the auspicious time to buy land in January 2021.
01 January 2021, Friday, Muhurta - 8:15 pm till 02 January 07:14 am, Nakshatra - Ashlesha, Date - Tritiya
08 January 2021, Friday, Muhurat - 2:13 pm till, 09 January 07:15 am, Nakshatra - Visakha, Date - Dashami, Ekadashi
29 January 2021, Friday, Muhurta - 07:11 am till 30 January 07:10 am, Nakshatra - Ashlesha, Magha, Date - Pratipada, Dwitiya
Auspicious time to start a business
Highly auspicious business dates in January 2021 to open a shop, conduct any commercial transactions, or execute financial deals. If the business is started at an auspicious time, expansion and business growth are possible. So let's know about the auspicious time.
January 09, 2021, Saturday, Muhurat - 08:09 am to 12:43 pm
January 17, 2021, Sunday, Muhurth - from 09:19 am to 10:47 am
January 18, 2021, Monday, Muhurta - from 07:46 am till January 19, 09:16 am
January 23, 2021, Saturday, Muhurta - from 07:44 am till January 24 08:56 am
January 31 2021, Sunday, Muhurta - from 08:24 am to 09:00 am
Auspicious time for naming ceremony
The most important of the 16 rites described in Hindu culture is the naming ceremony. For this ritual, a pundit or an astrologer is called and given a proper name after looking at the newborn's horoscope. Naming ceremonies are performed, especially keeping in mind the auspicious time, so that the newborn can get success in life, prosperity, happiness, peace, increase in business, and prestige. So let us tell you in detail about the auspicious time of January 2021.
January 01, 2021, Friday, 07: 13 in the morning till 08: 15 at night
January 04, 2021, Monday, 07:17 pm till January 05, 2021, 07:14 am
January 06, 2021, Wednesday, 07:14 am till January 07, 2021, 2:00 midnight: January 08 2021, Friday, 07:14 in the morning, till 02: 13 in the afternoon
January 13, 2021, Wednesday, 10:31 am to January 14, 2021, 07:14 am
January 14, 2021, Thursday, 07: 14 am to January 15, 2021, 05:04 am
January 18, 2021, Monday, 07:43 am to January 19, 2021, 07:14 am
January 20, 2021, Wednesday, 07: 13 to 7: 13 in the morning
January 21, 2021, Thursday, 07:14 in the morning till 03: 36 in the morning of 22nd January
January 24, 2021, Sunday, 07:12 am till January 25 morning Monday, 07: 12 in the morning and January 26 2021, midnight 01: 55
January 28, 2021, Thursday, 07:11 am till January 29, 2021, 3:50 am
Major Teej - Festival of January
The English New Year begins on January 1. The Gregorian calendar was reformed into the Julian calendar in 1582 and stored on January 1 as New Year's Day. The Gregorian calendar is widely adopted by most countries and celebrates January 1 as New Year's Day and December 31 as New Year's Eve.
Lohri is a popular festival celebrated amongst Punjabi people of Sikhism as well as Hinduism. Lohri is mainly a Sikh festival, although Lohri, Makar Sankranti is celebrated a day before. The festival of Lohri is celebrated as the joy of harvesting crops. This festival will be celebrated on January 13 Wednesday in the year 2021.
Pongal is a Hindu festival celebrated with pomp in South India. Pongal is a four-day festival, and the most important day of Pongal is known as Thai Pongal. Thai Pongal, which is the second day of the four-day festival, is also celebrated as Sankranti. The same day is celebrated as Makar Sankranti in the North Indian states when people take a holy dip in the Ganges River. In the year 2021, this festival will be celebrated on Thursday, January 14.
The day of Sankranti is dedicated to Lord Sun, and this day is considered important for worshiping Suryadev. Though there are twelve Sankranti in the Hindu calendar, Makar Sankranti is the most important of all Sankranti due to its religious importance. Makar Sankranti or Sankranti in Tamil Nadu is known as Pongal. Makar Sankranti in Gujarat and Rajasthan is known as Uttarayan. Makar Sankranti is known as Maghi in Haryana and Punjab.
The Republic Day
India celebrates January 26 as Republic Day. In 1950, the Constitution of India came into force on the same day. It is one of the three national holidays of India, including Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti. All government offices and most businesses remain closed on Republic Day due to a gazetted holiday.