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  • Navagraha Mantra

    Mantra for surrya (Sun)

    OM japkusumasaka kyapeya mahadyutim |

    tamo'ri sarvappaghna praato'smi divkaram ||

    Mantra for Chandra (Moon)

    OM dadhiakhaturbha krodravasabhavamh |

    nammi aina soma ambhormukuabhaam ||

    Mantra for Mangal (Mars)

    OM dharagarbhasabhta vidyutkntisamaprabham |

    kumra aktihasta ca magala praammyaham || 3||

    Mantra for Budh (Mercury)

    OM priyagukalikyma rpepratima budham |

    saumya saumyaguopeta ta budha praammyaham ||

    Mantra for Guru, Brihaspati (Jupiter)

    OM devn ca ca guru kcanasanibham |

    buddhibhta trilokea ta nammi bhaspatim ||

    Mantra for Sukra, Shukra (Venus)

    OM himakundamlbha daityn parama gurum |

    sarvastrapravaktra bhrgava praammyaham ||

    Mantra for Sani, Shani (Saturn)

    OM nljanasambhsa raviputra yamgrajam |

    chymrtaasabhta ta nammi anaicaram ||

    Mantra for Rahu

    OM ardhakya mahvrya candrdityavimardanam |

    sihikgarbhasabhta ta rhu praammyaham ||

    Mantra for Ketu

    OM palapupasaka trakgrahamastakam |

    raudra raudrtmaka ghora ta ketu praammyaham ||

    2011 Panchangam for Seattle, WA USA (Can be used in Greater Seattle Area)

    based on Seattles Longitudes & Latitudes Prepared by (Worlds #1 Panchang Maker)

  • Calendar Explanation

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    Amavasyant Calendar

    We are pleased to release the 2011 calendar based on Hindu dharma shastra and drika siddhanta. This

    calendar is specially prepared for the Greater Seattle area, and it may not be applicable in other parts of

    the world. All time presented here is adjusted for Daylight Saving Time.

    Calendar Types: There are two main types of calendars. One is the Solar Calendar which is used in Tamilnadu, Orissa, Bengal, and Kerala. The other is a Luni-Solar Calendar based on Chandramasa. In

    the Luni-Solar calendar there are two types: Amavasyant - months ending in Amavasya; and Purnimant -

    months ending on Purnima. The Amavasyant is used in Gujarat, Maharastra, Karnataka, Andhra

    Pradesh, Tamilnadu & Kerala (along with Solar Calendar). The Purnimant calendar is used in North


    Tithi: In the lunar calendar the Moon takes a month for each revolution around the Earth. The lunar calendar is divided into two groups called Pakshas. The first one is called Krishna Paksha (or dark

    fortnight) which is when the Moon is waning. The second is called Shukla Paksha (or bright fortnight)

    which is when the Moon is waxing. Each Paksha is divided into 15 Tithis. The first 14 Tithis are the

    Sanskrit numbers from 1 to 14 (Prathama, Dvithiya etc). The 15th Tithi of Shukla Paksha is Poornima

    (full Moon) & the 15th of the Krishna Paksha is Amavasya (Moon is not visible as it is closest to the Sun).

    So a lunar month consists of 30 Tithis and each Tithi then corresponds to the time taken by the Moon to

    move 12 degrees with respect to the Sun. Krishna Paksha Tithis are in the darker color and Shukla Paksha

    Tithis are mentioned in the red color.

    Nakshatra: There are 27 Nakshatra (constellations) in the Zodiac. A Nakshatra is the zodiac constellation in which the Moon is found on the particular day. Nakshatras are in italics.

    Timings listed in the Calendar: The times listed after a Tithi & Nakshatra are the times at which the Tithi or Nakshatra ends. The Panchanga uses the Vedic definition of a day, i.e., a day starts with

    Sunrise and ends with the subsequent Sunrise. Thus, a Tithi with a time of 29:00 indicates that the Tithi

    ends before the next Sunrise. According to the western calendar, this means that the Tithi ends at 5:00 AM

    (29:00 24:00) on the next day. Hence 24:00 means 00:00 hours of the next day, 25:00 means 1:00 AM of

    the next day, 29:00 means 5:00 AM of the next day. This is standard for any Panchangam.

    How to read the Panchangam:

    The time next to the Tithi and Nakshatra is the time when it is going to end. If Tithi or Nakshatra ends after midnight but before next Sunrise the end-time will have a value greater

    than 24 hours. To get actual time, please subtract 24 from the time. The English date and day

    will be changed after midnight but not so for the Indian date and day. Indian day/date does not

    change at midnight 0:00 hours and it is from one Sunrise to another Sunrise. e.g. Trayodashii

    08:18. This means Trayodashi ends at 8 hours 18 minutes.

    The time next to the nakshtra indicates when it is going to end. The same rules for Tithi timings apply to Nakshatras as well. E.g. Rohinii 09:02. This means Rohini Nakshatra ends at 9 hours,

    02 minutes. Nakshatra is also known as a Star. This way you can find your childs birth star.

    The time for Suns samkramana is when Sun will enter that rasi or sign on that day. e.g. Makara 4:36 means Sun is entering Makara rasi at 4 hour 36 minute.

    Uttarayana / Dakshinayana: The season occurs based on tropical Sun (without ayanamsha). This is due to Earths tilt of 23.45 degrees. The Earth circles around Sun with this tilt. When the tilt is facing the

    Sun we get summer and when the tilt is away from the Sun we get winter. Because of this tilt it seems like

    the Sun travels north and south of the equator. This motion of the Sun is called Uttarayana The Sun is

    moving towards North and Dakshinayana the Sun is moving towards South. This motion of the Sun

    moving towards the north is called Uttarayana. When it is moving towards the south it is called

    Dakshinayana. This causes rise to seaons. They are dependent on equinoxes and solstices.

    There is a common misconception that Makar Samkranti is the Uttarayana. This is because at one point in

    time Sayana and Nirayana Zodiac were same. Every year equinoxes slides by 50 seconds due to precision

    of equinoxes, giving birth to Ayanamsha and causing Makar Samkranti to slide further. As a result if you

    think Makar Samkranti is uttarayana then as it is sliding it will come in June after 9000 years. However

    Makar Samkranti still holds importance in our rituals as a Samkranti. All Drika Panchanga makers will

    use the position of the tropical Sun to determine Uttarayana and Dakshinayana. Hence January 14th


    Uttarayana. Actual Uttarayana occurs on December 21st/22

    nd of every year.

    For more details please visit or write to

    Guru Pushyaamrita Yoga: Specified in calendar. Good days to buy gold, & investments.

    Wedding / Graha Pravesha Muhurtha: These mentioned for every month.

    Kari Dina: Avoid Kari Dina for your auspicious activities. This calendar has marked Kari Dinas. Samkranti / Amavasya Tarpanam: They are marked in the calendar.

    About is the most popular website site that provides the most accurate panchagam in English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Telugu, and Tamil

    languages as per North and South Indian calendar systems for over more than 350 cities all over the

    world. Most temples in the world rely on for accurate Panchang data and festival

    observance times. Please visit for more details. The Panchang data and festival

    data presented here are the most accurate according to Hindu Vedic Tradition and in accordance

    with Hindu dharma shastra. If you have any questions about confusion about any festival please

    contact and well provide you with a further explanation.

    2011 Calendar Acknowledgements:

    Panchangam Data Festivals &


    Pandit Mahesh Shastri Drik Panchangkarta and Panchang Siddhanti,

    Advisors Dr. Ramchandra Joisa, Sistla Somayajulu,

    Rallabhandi Anjaneyulu, Santhosh Kumar Sharma Gollapelli

    Parantap Kumar Vyas, Pundit Sandip Shastriji

    Calender Design Monica Monasterio,

    Vikas Pulpa, Rama Srinivasan, Paddy Ramaiyanger

    Management Nayana Shastri, Sowjanya Kodidala

    Architect Dr. Robert Beardsworth

    Notes: Any data presented here is copyright of and its associates, any portion reproduced for commercial purposes without prior written permission of will be treated

    as a violation of the United States copyright laws

  • Important Muhurtha Times for January 2011

    Date Sunrise Sunset Moonrise RahuKalam Yamagandam Gulikai Abhijit Muhurtha

    Durmuhurtham Varjyam AmritaKalam

    Bad Times Good Bad Times Good Times

    01 07:58 16:26 05:39 10:05-11:09 13:15-14:19 07:58-09:02 11:55-12:30 07:58-08:33, 08:32-09:07 18:06-19:43 27:47-29:24

    02 07:58 16:27 06:39 15:23-16:27 12:12-13:17 14:19-15:24 11:55-12:30 15:18-15:53 30:42-32:20

    03 07:58 16:28 07:28 09:02-10:06 11:09-12:14 13:16-14:21 11:56-12:31 12:30-13:05, 14:11-14:46 11:37-13:16, 23:17-24:58

    04 07:58 16:29 08:07 14:21-15:25 10:05-11:10 12:13-13:18 11:56-12:31 09:40-10:15, 19:52-20:27 22:50-24:33 09:19-10:59

    05 07:58 16:30 08:38 12:14-13:18 09:02-10:07 11:10-12:15 11:56-12:32 20:12-21:56 09:03-10:46, 30:36-32:20

    06 07:57 16:31 09:04 13:18-14:23 07:57-09:03 10:06-11:11 11:57-12:32 10:48-11:24, 14:14-14:49 22:17-24:02

    07 07:57 16:33 09:26 11:10-12:15 14:23-15:28 09:02-10:07 11:57-12:33 09:40-10:15, 12:32-13:07 28:20-30:07 08:51-10:37

    08 07:57 16:34 09:45 10:06-11:11 1