By checking Panchang daily on mPanchang, you can keep a track of your auspicious and inauspicious time daily. mPanchang shows you Daily Panchang based on your location which enables you to understand your day better. Know More

Amavasya is observed on the No Moon or New Moon Day while Purnima is observed on the Full Moon Day. Amavasya and Purnima are observed due to the waxing and waning cycle of the moon. Know More

Sunrise and Sunset time is very important for taking out meaningful calculations in the Hindu Panchang. Just click on the tithi to get all the details regarding the sunrise and sunset time on mPanchang calendar. Know More

Amanta and Purnimanta are basically two different Lunar Calendars.The one which ends on no moon day is known as Amanta Calendar and the one which ends on full moon day is known as Purnimanta Calendar. Know More

Yes, all the festivals falling in the Hindu Calendar are listed and elaborated on mPanchang. You can check the dates and significance of every festival falling in a particular week, month and year. Know More

In simple words, a day has 24 hours. So, when we see time such as 25:29:03, it means that the time has been carried forward to the next day. To simplify further, subtract 24 from the mentioned time which leaves you with the time 1:29:03 on the next day before the sunrise.

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