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Jyotish Notes and Thoughts: Muhurtha

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http://sanjayprabhakaran.blogspot.com/2007/12/muhurtha.html
The Just before Sunrise and SunSet one muhurtha is given for Brahma the creator (Lagna) and Shiva the emancipator.
These are called as Brahma Muhurta and Pradosha respectively.
Explanation: Lets assume we wakeup in the morning, The Ashwini nakshatra indicates the waking up, The Ashwini's are
the children of Surya indicating the birth after sunrise.
As the day progresses, We take breakfast etc and get fresh Revati Nakshatra lorded by Pushan the one who gives growth
and increase. As the day progresses we go to work which is Karmabhoomi, The nakshatra's get more suitable for karma.
The abhijit indicates the success in one's karma. The Vishwadeva's ( U.Ashada) is the ruler of this karmic world, This
indicates what one attains after success. The Moola indicates the competition and opposition one faces to retain the world
we have won.
As evening comes "Anuradha" lorded by Mitra, the winner friends, makes one seek company of friends. As evening
progresses passion increases indicated by Vishaka, ruler by Indra(lord of heavens) and Agni(The fire, here of passion). The
Pradosha ruled by Lord Shiva rules this junction, He can burn Kaama deva. He is worshipped in this juncture. Then comes
swati nakshatra, This nakshatra indicates the happiness from a good partner. It sits in the natural zodiac. Swati rules good
marriages. Then comes Chitra nakshatra ruled by Viswakarma, Chitra also indicates movies, paintings and architecture.
Here one gets materials for good entertainment and living. Then the later nakshatras are ruled by Arka, Aryama, bhaga and
pitri respectively. Indicates the creating strength one gets with partners at various levels. At Magha nakshatra's the pitri's
are forefathers get happy due our creation of childrens. As midnight comes, The nakshatra Ashlesha, ruled by Shesha
Naaga, On which Lord Vishnu sleeps comes up. Indicating the time to wind up. The Pushya Nakshtra is in natural 4th house
indicates going back to mother or creation.
After the first cycle of creation comes Punarvasu, Literally means "Light Again", Ruled by Aditi mother of all Aditya(Sun's)
and Manu (The 1st creator). Indicates the next cycle of creation. Next again we meed Rudra Again in Ardra. Rudra was
always against Brahma against imperfect creations. After Brahma succeeds, we meet Mriga ruled by Passionate moon,
lord of all nakshtra's indicating passion causing another cycle of creation. Then comes Rohini ruled by Prajapati himself,
Getting his chances the create the world. Krittika, Ruled by Agni is first requirement the create in Homa. The Veda (Held
Brahma) begins with first mantra for Agni. Next comes Bharani, whose Symbol is Yoni

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In Similar lines one can understand all the nakshatras.


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Muhurtha Table: Assuming Sunrise, Sunset, Mid-Noon and Mid-Night are at 6AM, 6PM 12Noon and 12Night respectively.
Note, that these can vary depending on location and day of the year.

Ingress
Payirchi
Saturn
Shani

DAY

Time

Start

End

Muhurtha #

Deity

Abhijit (Noon)

11:36

12:24

Hari (aja)

12:24

13:12

vivesha

13:12

14:00

10

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Jyotish Notes and Thoughts: Muhurtha

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14:00

14:48

11

nirti

Vimshopaka

14:48

15:36

12

vsava

15:36

16:24

13

mitra

16:24

17:12

14

akrgni

17:12

18:00

15

18:00

18:48

16

maruta

18:48

19:36

17

tva

19:36

20:24

18

arka

20:24

21:12

19

aryama

21:12

22:00

20

bhaga

22:00

22:48

21

pitaro

22:48

23:36

22

ahi

23:36

00:24

23

jva

00:24

01:12

24

aditi

01:12

02:00

25

ia (Rudra)

02:00

02:48

26

candra

02:48

03:36

27

pitmaha

03:36

04:24

28

vahni

04:24

05:12

29

yama

Brahma Muhurta

05:12

06:00

30

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06:48

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06:48

07:36

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09:12

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10:00

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10:48

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11:36

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12:24

Hari (aja)

12:24

13:12

vivesha

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13:12

14:00

10

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14:48

11

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15:36

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vsava

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16:24

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mitra

16:24

17:12

14

akrgni

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18:00

15

18:00

18:48

16

maruta

18:48

19:36

17

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Brahma Muhurta

19:36

20:24

18

arka

20:24

21:12

19

aryama

21:12

22:00

20

bhaga

22:00

22:48

21

pitaro

22:48

23:36

22

ahi

23:36

00:24

23

jva

00:24

01:12

24

aditi

01:12

02:00

25

ia

02:00

02:48

26

candra

02:48

03:36

27

pitmaha

03:36

04:24

28

vahni

04:24

05:12

29

yama

05:12

06:00

30

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