Aaj Ka Panchang: Read the Panchang of 26 August 2020, today is Sriradha Ashtami, know auspicious time, direction and Rahukaal

Panchang 26 August 2020: According to Hindi Panchang, today is the Ashtami date and Wednesday on the Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month. Today is the birthday of Shri Krishna Priya Radha ji. It is known as Radha Ashtami or Radha Janmashtami. Radharani is adorned on this day and they are worshiped methodically. Radha was born in the afternoon, so she is worshiped in the afternoon. Today in Panchang, besides the auspicious time, Rahukaal, Dishashul, information about sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moon, etc. is also being given.

Today’s almanac

Day: Wednesday, Bhadrapada month, Shukla Paksha, Ashtami horoscope.

Today’s direction: Answer.

Today’s festival and festival: Shri Radhashtami (Birthday of Radha ji).

Today’s Rahukkal: 12 noon to 01:30 pm.

Vikram Samvat 2077 Ske 1942 Dakshinayan, North Gol, Ashtami of the rainy season Bhadrapad month Shukla Paksha for 10 hours 40 minutes, then Navami Anuradha Nakshatra for 13 hours 04 minutes, then Jyeshtha validation yoga for 19 hours 32 minutes, then in Vishakumbha Yoga, Scorpio Moon.

Sunrise and sunset

On 26 August, the sunrise will be at 05:00 am in the morning and sunset at 06:58 in the evening.

Moonrise and moonrise

On the Radha Ashtami day, Chandrodaya will be at 02: 17 in the afternoon. Chandra will be set late at 12.33 pm.

Auspicious time today

Abhijit Muhurta: There is no such Muhurta today.

Ravi Yoga: This yoga will remain for the whole day.

Amrit Kaal: From 03:29 PM today to 05:00 PM in the evening.

Vijay Muhurta: From 38 in the afternoon to 2 in the afternoon from 03 to 30 in the afternoon.

Today is Bhadrapad Shukla Ashtami date. Today is the birthday of Radha. On this day, Durva Ashtami and Mahalaxmi fast are also observed. Mahalakshmi fast is for 16 days. This is a great opportunity to please Goddess Lakshmi. This fast, lasting 16 days, is celebrated on the 16th day. Those who cannot fast for 16 days, observe fast on the first and last day. Today, if you want to do something new, then keep in mind the auspicious time.

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