June 18 will mark the eighth day or the ashtami within the Shukla Paksha of the Jyestha month within the Hindu calendar. The day can be Friday or Shukravar, devoted to Venus or Shukra grah.
Friday can even mark the Dhumavati Jayanti and Masik Durga Ashtami. Dhumavati Jayanti marks the date of incarnation of the fierce type of Goddess Parvati. It’s believed that worshiping Goddess Dhumavati results in freedom from calamities, destroys ailments and brings victory in any daunting problem.
Dawn, Sundown, Moonrise and Moonset Time:
Dawn- 05:23 am
Sundown- 07:21 pm
Moonrise- 12:27 am
Moonset- 01:06am on June 19
Tithi, Nakshatra and Rashi Particulars:
Ashtami tithi will prevail until 8:39 pm on Friday after which Navami tithi will start. Nakshatra for the day can be Uttara Phalguni upto 09:38 pm after which Hasta nakshatra will set in. The Moon can be within the Kanya or Virgo signal. Whereas the Surya Nakshatra can be within the Mrigashirsha.
Believers of Vedic calendar comply with the panchang to execute any essential process throughout the auspicious timings to attain the specified end result. Every day is a group of a number of durations of time, a few of these are auspicious. Abhijit muhurat is taken into account to be essentially the most auspicious of all of the shubh muhurat. On Friday it will likely be noticed from 11:54 am to 12:50 pm.
Brahma Muhurta: 04:03 am to 04:43 am
Vijaya Muhurta : 02:42 pm to 03:38 pm
Godhuli Muhurat: 07:07 pm to 07:31 pm
The ashubh muhurat will almost definitely not carry out the specified outcomes of any work that you simply got down to do. Rahu Kalam is believed to be essentially the most inauspicious interval of the day, which can be between 10:38 pm to 12:22 pm on Friday.
Gulikai Kalam: 07:08 pm to 08:53 pm
Varjyam: 07:10 pm to 08:59 pm
Bhadra: 05:23 am to 09:23 am