The Chaturdashi and Amavasya Tithi of the Krishna Paksha, according to the Hindu calendar month of Magha, are highlighted in this Thursday's Panchang. As a Rikta Tithi, Krishna Chaturdashi is not recommended for auspicious activities and is not included in shubh muhurat timings. The Pitra Tithi Krishna Amavasya, which is not among the Good Muhurat times, is also not the best for the majority of auspicious actions.
Understanding the tithi, nakshatra, auspicious, and inauspicious time periods of the day is essential to overcoming the obstacles in your path and making accurate predictions about the future.
MAY 18 SUNRISE, SUNSET, MOONRISE, AND MOONSET
The estimated times for the dawn and sunset are 5:29 AM and 7:06 PM, respectively. The moon is also scheduled to rise on May 19 at 4:59 AM and set at 5:58 PM.
Details of the Tithi, Rashi, and Nakshatra for May 18
Drik Pachang states that the Chaturdashi tithi will be observed till 9:42 PM, at which point the Amavasya tithi will begin. It is predicted that the sun sign will appear in Vrishabha Rashi while the moon sign will appear in Mesha Rashi. Up until 7:22 AM, when Bharani Nakshatra begins, the Ashwini Nakshatra will be in effect.
MUHURAT SHUBH FOR MAY 18
There are several favorable times for various muhurats. The Godhuli Muhurat is anticipated to occur between 7:05 PM and 7:26 PM, while the Brahma Muhurta is scheduled to occur between 4:06 AM and 4:47 AM. The Sayahna Sandhya Muhurat is slated to occur between 7:06 and 8:09 PM, while the Vijaya Muhurat will be celebrated from 2:34 to 3:28 PM. In addition to this, the Amrit Kalam muhurat will be in effect on May 19 from 2:40 AM to 4:16 AM.
FOR MAY 18: ASHUBH MUHURAT
It's important to be conscious of certain time frames, especially when it comes to Rahu Kalam, a supposedly unlucky period that will occur on May 18 between 2:00 PM and 3:42 PM. A important time period is Gulikai Kalam, which is scheduled to take place between 8:53 AM to 10:36 AM. Additionally, the Dur Muhurtam will be significant between 10:01 to 10:56 in the morning and from 3:28 to 4:23 in the afternoon.3