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Aaj Ka Panchang, 10 October, 2023: Tithi, Vrat, Rahu Kaal, and Other Details – News18

Last Updated: October 10, 2023, 05:00 IST

Aaj Ka Panchang, October 10, 2023: The expected time for sunrise is approximately 6:15 AM, with sunset scheduled for 6:15 PM. (Image: Shutterstock)

Aaj Ka Panchang, October 10, 2023: Devotees will observe Magha Shraddha and Indira Ekadashi today on Tuesday.

AAJ KA PANCHANG, OCTOBER 10, 2023: The Ekadashi Tithi and Dwadashi Tithi of the Krishna Paksha will be observed on Tuesday, October 9, according to Drik Panchang. Krishna Ekadashi and Krishna Dwadashi, both are considered good for most auspicious activities. Hence, they are included in shubh muhurat timings. On this day, devotees will observe two religious festivals namely Magha Shraddha and Indira Ekadashi.

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Magha Shraddha is observed during the Pitru Paksha period while Magha Nakshatra is present during the Aparahna Kala. If Magha Nakshatra is partially present during the Aparahna Kala on two consecutive days, the day on which it prevails for a longer duration is considered the appropriate day for Magha Shraddha.

On the other hand, Parana, which signifies breaking the fast, is performed after sunrise on the day following Ekadashi fasting. It is essential to complete the Parana ritual within the Dwadashi Tithi unless the Dwadashi period concludes before sunrise. Failing to perform Parana within the Dwadashi period is regarded as an offence.

Read the tithi, auspicious and inauspicious timings of the day to overcome all the hurdles coming your way. This will also help you acquire valuable insights for the day ahead.


The expected time for sunrise is approximately 6:15 AM, with sunset scheduled for 6:15 PM. Additionally, the moonrise is slated for 8:47 PM, and it is anticipated to be set at 10:16 AM on October 3.


The Panchami Tithi is expected to extend until 3:08 PM on October 10, after which the Dwadashi Tithi is set to commence. The auspicious Magha Nakshatra is expected to persist throughout the entire night. The sun will be observed in Kanya Rashi, while the moon is projected to be in Simha Rashi.


The Brahma Muhurta, considered favourable for important activities, is scheduled to occur from 4:40 AM to 5:29 AM. The Pratah Sandhya is set to take place between 5:05 AM and 6:19 AM. The Godhuli Muhurat is anticipated from 5:57 PM to 6:22 PM. Another auspicious time, known as the Nishita Muhurta, will commence between 11:44 PM and 12:33 AM on October 11.


The ashubh muhurat timings are as follows: Rahu Kalam is scheduled from 3:03 PM to 4:30 PM. Meanwhile, the Yamaganda Muhurta is expected to take place between 9:13 AM and 10:41 AM. The Gulikai Kalam is slated to occur from 12:08 PM to 1:35 PM. The Dur Muhurtam is predicted to commence from 8:38 AM to 9:25 AM and after this, it is anticipated to take place between 10:54 and 11:44 PM. Additionally, the Baana Muhurta indicates the presence of Raja up to 12:06 AM on October 11.

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