Aaj Ka Panchang, December 9, 2023: Tithi, Vrat, Rahu Kaal, and Other Details – News18

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Aaj Ka Panchang, December 9, 2023: The sun is expected to rise at 7:02 AM and set at 5:25 PM. (Image: Shutterstock)

Aaj Ka Panchang, December 9, 2023: Devotees will observe Utpanna Ekadashi Parana and Vaishnava Utpanna Ekadashi on Saturday.

AAJ KA PANCHANG, DECEMBER 9, 2023:  The devotees will observe the Dwadashi Tithi of the Krishna Paksha on Saturday, December 9, according to Drik Panchang. Krishna Dwadashi is considered good for most auspicious activities. Hence, it is included in shubh muhurat timings. On this day, devotees will observe two religious festivals namely, Utpanna Ekadashi Parana and Vaishnava Utpanna Ekadashi. Read the tithi details, including auspicious and inauspicious timings, to gain valuable insights for the upcoming day. This knowledge can also help you navigate potential challenges coming your way.

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SUNRISE, SUNSET, MOONRISE, AND MOONSET ON DECEMBER 9

On December 9, the sun is anticipated to rise at 7:02 AM and set at 5:25 PM. On the other hand, the moon is said to appear at 4:13 AM on December 10 and set at 2:42 PM.

TITHI, NAKSHATRA, AND RASHI DETAILS FOR DECEMBER 9

The Dwadashi Tithi is anticipated to last up to a full night. The auspicious Chitra Nakshatra is slated to be present until 10:43 AM on December 9, after which the Swati Nakshatra will take over. The sun is said to be observed in Vrishchika Rashi while the moon is projected to be in Tula Rashi.

SHUBH MUHURAT FOR DECEMBER 9

Here are the auspicious timings: Brahma Muhurta, ideal for important tasks, is scheduled to take place from 5:13 AM to 6:08 AM. Pratah Sandhya is speculated to occur from 5:40 AM to 7:02 AM while the Godhuli Muhurat is anticipated from 5:22 PM to 5:49 PM. Additionally, the Nishita Muhurta, another favourable time, begins from 11:46 PM to 12:41 AM on December 10.

ASHUBH MUHURAT FOR DECEMBER 9

The inauspicious timings include Rahu Kalam is said to occur from 9:38 AM to 10:55 AM while the Yamaganda Muhurta is expected to take place between 1:31 PM and 2:49 PM. The Gulikai Kalam muhurat is anticipated to be observed from 7:02 AM to 8:20 AM. On the other hand, Dur Muhurtam is slated to occur from 7:02 AM to 7:44 AM, and post this it takes place between 7:44 AM to 8:25 AM. Also, be cautious during Baana Muhurta from 6:58 PM on December 9, as it indicates the presence of Raja.