Astrological tables

Names of the Different Muhurtas in the day
Astrological Comparisons 
Days in Week 
Directions and Their Meanings


Names of the Different Muhurtas in the day
Jaya Tirtha Charan Dasa

MUHURTAS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
       06:00 - 06:48
       06:48 - 07:36
       07:36 - 08:24
       08:24 - 09:12
       09:12 - 10:00
       10:00 - 10:48
       10:48 - 11:36
       11:36 - 12:24
       12:24 - 13:12
      13:12 - 14:00
      14:00 - 14:48
      14:48 - 15:36
      15:36 - 16:24
      16:24 - 17:12
      17:12 - 18:00
      18:00 - 18:48
      18:48 - 19:36
      19:36 - 20:24
      20:24 - 21:12
      21:12 - 22:00
      22:00 - 22:48
      22:48 - 23:36
      23:36 - 24:24
      24:24 - 01:12
      01:12 - 02:00
      02:00 - 02:48
      02:48 - 03:36
      03:36 - 04:24
      04:24 - 05:12
      05:12 - 06:00
   RUDRA
   AHI
   MITRA
   PITRU
   VASU
   VARA
   VISVADEVA
   VIDHI
   SATAMUKHI
   PURUHUTA
   VAHINI
   NAKTANCARA
   VARUNA
   ARYAMA
   BHAGA
   GIRISHA
   AJAPAD
   AHIRBUDHNYA
   PUSA
   ASVINI
   YAMA
   AGNI
   VIDHATR
   CANDA
   ADITI
   JIVA
   VISNU
   YUMIGADYUTI
   BRAHMA
   SAMUDRAM
BAD
BAD
GOOD
BAD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD *
GOOD
BAD
BAD
BAD
GOOD
GOOD **
BAD
BAD
BAD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
BAD
BAD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
VERY GOOD
GOOD
*(except Monday and Friday)  **(except Sunday)
Again all Muhurtas are taken at 06:00 AM sunrise. Adjust accordingly.

YOGAS
To begin "Sat Kriya Karmas" (good Yogas for good activities):
PRITI
AYUSHMANA
SAUBHAGYA
SAUBHANA
DHRITI
VRIDDHI
DHRUVA
SIDDHI
SIDDHA
SHUKLA
VARIYANA
VAIRA
SHULA
BRAHMA
INDRA
To avoid "Sat Kriya Karmas":
VYAGHATHA
PARIGHA
VAJRA
VYATHIPATHA
VAIDHRITI
GANDA
ATIGANDA
SULA
VISHKUMBHA



SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
RAHU KALAM

16:30 - 18:00
07:30 - 09:00
15:00 - 16:30
12:00 - 13:30
13:30 - 15:00
10:30 - 12:00
09:00 - 10:30
YAMA GHANTAM

12:00 - 13:30
10:30 - 12:00
 09:00 - 10:30
07:30 - 09:00
06:00 - 07:30
15:00 - 16:30
14:30 - 16:00
GULI KALAM

15:00 - 16:30
13:30 - 15:00
12:00 - 13:30
10:30 - 12:00
09:00 - 10:30
07:30 - 09:00
06:00 - 07:30
Again all times are taken from sunrise at 06:00 AM. Adjust 
accordingly. Adjust for local DLS (daylight savings time) if 
applicable.



Astrological Comparisons
Deity

Rama
Krsna
Nrsimha
Buddha
Vamana
Parasurama
Kurma
Varaha
Matsya
Planet

Sun
Moon
Mars
Mercury
Jupiter
Venus
Saturn
Rahu
Ketu
Element (Parasara Hora Sastra, ch. 2)

fire
water
fire
earth
ether
water
air
-
-

Rasi
(house)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Sign

Mesa, Aja
Vrsabha
Mithuna
Karkata, Kataka 
Simha
Kanya
Tula
Vrscika
Dhanus, Chapa
Makara
Kumbha
Mina


(Aries)
(Taurus)
(Gemini)
(Cancer)
(Leo)
(Virgo)
(Libra)
(Scorpio)
(Sagittarius)
(Capricorn)
(Aquarius)
(Pisces)
Lord

Mars
Venus
Mercury
Moon
Sun
Mercury
Venus
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Saturn
Jupiter
Element

fire
earth
air
water
fire
earth
air
water
fire
earth
air
water

(notes: Lord - according to Garuda Purana 1.60.7-9. Planets in 8th house in a chart indicate bhakti)


Varna

Brahmana
Ksatriya
Vaisya
Sudra
outcaste
Planet

Jupiter, Venus
Sun, Mars
Moon, Mercury
Saturn
Rahu, Ketu
Element

water
fire
earth
air
-
Purusartha

moksa
dharma
artha
kama


Days in Week
(Hari Sauri Das: Transcendental Diary I., Appendix A)

Name
Sunday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Teutonic demigod

Sun
Moon
Tiw 
Woden (Wotan)
Thor
Freya 
Saturn 
Roman demigod 



Mars
Mercury
Jupiter (Indra) 
Venus
Saturn 
Planet in SB 

Sun (Ravi)
Moon (Soma)
Venus (Sukra)
Mercury (Budha)
Mars (Angaraka)
Jupiter (Brhaspati)
Saturn (Sanaiscara)
(British Encyclopedia) week
period of seven days, a unit of time artificially devised with no astronomical basis. The origin of the term is generally associated with the ancient Jews and the biblical account of the Creation, according to which God laboured for six days and rested on the seventh. Evidence indicates, however, that the Jews may have borrowed the idea of the week from Mesopotamia, for the Sumerians and the Babylonians divided the year into weeks of seven days each, one of which they designated a day of recreation.

The Babylonians named each of the days after one of the five planetary bodies known to them and after the Sun and the Moon, a custom later adopted by the Romans. For a time the Romans used a period of eight days in civil practice, but in AD 321 Emperor Constantine established the seven-day week in the Roman calendar and designated Sunday as the first day of the week. Subsequent days bore the names Moon's-day, Mars's-day, Mercury's-day, Jupiter's-day, Venus'-day, and Saturn's-day. Constantine, a convert to Christianity, decreed that Sunday should be a day of rest and worship.


The days assigned by the Romans to the Sun, Moon, and Saturn were retained for the corresponding days of the week in English (Sunday, Monday, and Saturday) and several related languages. The other weekday names in English are derived from Anglo-Saxon words for the gods of Teutonic mythology. Tuesday comes from Tiu, or Tiw, the Anglo-Saxon name for Tyr, the Norse god of war. Tyr was one of the sons of Odin, or Woden, the supreme deity after whom Wednesday was named. Similarly, Thursday originates from Thor's-day, named in honour of Thor, the god of thunder. Friday was derived from Frigg's-day, Frigg, the wife of Odin, representing love and beauty, in Norse mythology.



Directions and Their Meanings
(Satyaraja das: "Om Shalom", p. 179-180 - according to Madhvacarya's SB commentary, Madhva Bhasya 5.5.10-13)
- south: karma-kanda (Bhimarula-varuli wasp)
- west: jnana-kanda (Yaksa ghost)
- north: yoga-siddhi (Ajagara snake)
- east: bhakti-marga (Caitanya Mahaprabhu)


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