Wednesday Rahukalam And Yamagandam Timings

Wednesday Rahu Kaal Timings

Date : 17 दिसम्बर, 2019

Rahu Kalam And Yamagandam Time Today

Rahu Kaal, Rahu Kaalam or Rahu Kalam, refer to the most inauspicious time during the day, when anything started or any auspicious activity performed, never results in a favorable outcome. Everyday, a period of 90 minutes, ruled by Rahu and is considered as the most unfavorable time of the day.

Rahukalam, Yamagandam and Gulika Kalam are the muhurat times that are not considered to be fortunate.

Used mostly in South India, Rahu Kaal is also a primary concern among North Indians, especially for important muhurats.

Wednesday Rahukalam Yamagandam Timings

Everyday, a fixed window of 90 minutes is considered as RahuKalam, and the time frame remains fixed for each day of the week.

People generally also look for Yamagandam and Gulika Kalam, which can also be checked with daily Hindu calendar or Panchang.

Note Wednesday Rahukalam Timings from the table below:

Day

Rahu Kalam

Yama gandam

Gulika

Monday

07:30-09:00

13:30-15:00

10:30-12:00

Tuesday

15:00-16:30

12:00-13:30

09:00-10:30

Wednesday

12:00-13:30

10:30-12:00

07:30-09:00

Thursday

13:30-15:00

09:00-10:30

06:00-07:30

Friday

10:30-12:00

07:30-09:00

15:00-16:30

Saturday

09:00-10:30

06:00-07:30

13:30-15:00

Sunday

16:30-18:00

15:00-16:30

12:00-13:30

Auspicious/ Inauspicious Timings: Rahu Kaal and Nalla Neram 

Nalla Neram, famously used in South India, is considered as an auspicious time for starting anything new or for important activities like purchasing new vehicles, griha pravesh, marriage muhurat and much more. Choghadiya, Panchang and Hindu calendar, allows the users to find the most auspicious and inauspicious times in a day. 

People in the South India, generally refer to Nalla Neram and Gowri Panchang, to find the most favorable time, each day of the week.

Calculating Rahukalam Timings Today

According to Vedic Astrology, you don’t need an astrologer to tell you daily Rahu Kaal timings. It is quite simple to calculate Yamagandam and Rahu Kaal time, with the help of Vedic calculations. Divide the daylight timings of the day, into 8 equal segments, which will give you equal slots of 90 minutes each.

Everyday, a different slot of 90 minutes is referred to as the Rahu Kaalam time, during which, starting anything auspicious is considered as inauspicious. 

Consult daily Panchang before you start anything new, and refer to Choghadiya timings to find the favorable and unfavorable timings today.


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