Astrology | Panchaang
Gand Mool Vichaar
Gand Vichaar (consideration) is necessary as this period is considered very inauspicious. Therefore it is necessary to know about it.
At the time of birth, Bad Kaal, Tithi Kshaya, Vyatipaat Yog, Vyaaghaat, Vaidhriti, Shool, Gand, Ati Gand, Paridhi, Bhadraa, Yam Ghantaa, Kaal, Mrityu, Dagdhaa, Yog, Krishn Chaturdashee, Amaavasyaa, Birth star of father of brother, etc are also called Gand.
According to Jyotish Kalpdrum, 3 Ghadee of the beginning of Ashwinee, 3 Ghadee of the beginning of Maghaa, 9 Ghadee of the beginning of Mool; 11 Ghadee of the end of Aashleshaa, 5 Ghadee of the end of Jyeshthaa, 12 Ghadee of the end of Revatee, in the end of the Sootak, or on the 12th day, or at the time of on the next birth star, one should do the remedy of this Gandant.
Jaatakaabharan says - whichever child is born on the Krishn 3rd on Tuesday; Krishn 10th on Saturday; Shukla 14th on Wednesday with Mool Star, he destroys his whole family.
Bhadraa Kaal Vichaar
Bhadraa is the daughter of Soorya and the sister of Shani Dev. Her nature is also said to be Kroor (cruel) like Shani Dev. Because of this Ugra nature, Brahmaa Jee has given her a special place in Kaal Gananaa (Panchaang). Here her name is Vishti Karan (see Karan). During Bhadraa Kaal some auspicious work, travel, and production are prohibited; while Tantra activities, court activities, political election work are good to take up.
As all the five parts of the Panchaang (Tithi, Vaar, Yog, Nakshatra and Karan) are seen, in the same way Bhadraa Yog is also considered. A Tithi's half part is known as Karan. Thus there are two Karn in one Tithi. There are total 11 Karan. Bhadraa Yog is present
2nd part of Krishn 3rd and 10th; and Shukla 4th and 11th
When Bhadraa is in the 1st part of the Tithi, it is called Day Bhadraa; and
Marriages, Mundan, House
entering ceremony, Yagyopaveet, Rakshaa Bandhan or any other new work
should not be started
If Bhadraa falls on Sunday,
or Tuesday or Wednesday, it is called Bhadrikaa;
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Created on 05/18/2008 and Updated on 07/30/2012