Welcome to the fifth day of Shardiya Navratri! Alongside the festivities, many observe a meaningful fast. Skanda, also known as Lord Kartikeya, is revered as the commander of the gods, and Skandamata is another name for Mother Parvati. There’s a belief that even Mahadev is pleased when Skandmata is worshiped, bringing relief from life’s challenges.
Durga Puja 2023: Get Ready for Something Special Rare Shobhan Yoga
Excitingly, today holds various special events, including the rare Shobhan Yoga. This unique alignment, starting at 06:54 am on October 19 and lasting all day until 5:09 am on October 20, brings joy, prosperity, and increased income when worshiping the Mother Goddess.
Navratri Fifth Day Auspicious Time
The Panchami Tithi of Shardiya Navratri lasts until 12:31 pm on October 20, moving into the Shashthi Tithi. Paying homage to Skandmata during these times is considered especially rewarding.
Today introduces the Shobhan Yoga, beginning at 06:54 am on October 19 and lasting until 5:09 am on October 20. Worshipping the Mother during this time is believed to enhance joy, prosperity, and income.
Simultaneously, the fifth day of Shardiya Navratri brings us the Ravi Yoga, occurring from 09:04 pm to 06:25 am on the following day, October 20.
On this day, Bav Karan prevails until 12:59 pm, succeeded by Balav Karan. Both are considered auspicious. Seeking the blessings of the Mother Goddess during these moments is believed to bring good fortune.
Sunrise And Sunset Time
Sunrise at 06.24 am
Sunset at 17.48 pm
Moonrise at 10.45 in the morning
Moonset at 08.56 in the morning
Brahma Muhurta – 04.43 minutes to 05.34 minutes
Abhijit Muhurta: 11.43 minutes to 12.29 minutes in the afternoon
Vijay Muhurta: 02 pm to 02.46 pm
Twilight Muhurta: 05.48 pm to 06.15 pm
Nishita Muhurta: 11.41 pm to 12.31 pm