According to Hindu Panchang, May 31, would be the Krishna Paksha, Shashthi tithi of Jyeshtha month in Vikram Samvat 2078. Shashthi Tithi will prevail as much as 1:50 am on June 1. The day will probably be Monday or Somwara which is devoted to Lord Shiva. People observe quick on Monday and supply milk and flowers to the Shivlinga and search blessings from the Lord. Know the dawn time, sundown time, nakshatra, rashi, and different essential particulars for May 31.
Sunrise and sundown time for May 31:
- Sunrise time: 5:41 am
- Sunset time: 6:47 pm
- Moonrise time: 11:47 pm
- Moonset time: 10:26 am, June 1
Tithi, nakshatra, and rashi particulars for May 31:
The Krishna Paksha Shashthi Tithi will prevail until 1:05 am, June 1, after that Saptami Tithi will start. The Shravana Nakshatra will prevail as much as 04:02 pm on May 31 after which it is going to be Dhanishtha afterward.
Sun will stay in Vrishabha Rashi for few extra days whereas, Moon will probably be in Makara Rashi as much as 3:59 am on June 1 after which it can transfer to Kumbha Rashi. While Surya Nakshatra and Surya Pada will each be Rohini.
Auspicious Muhurats on May 31:
Considered as among the finest muhurats to begin all types of auspicious works, Abhijit muhurat will begin from 11:48 am and can final at 12:40 pm on May 31. Other auspicious muhurats reminiscent of Vijaya Muhurta and Amrit Kalam will fall between 02:25 pm to 03:17 pm and 05:55 am to 07:28 am respectively.
Inauspicious timings for May 31:
According to Vedic astrology, the Rahu Kalam is taken into account essentially the most inauspicious muhurat. Works completed throughout this muhurat don’t supply good outcomes. Rahu Kalam will start from 07:19 am and can finish at 08:58 am on May 31.
Other inauspicious muhurat on May 31 are Yamaganda which can prevail from 10:36 am to 12:14 pm and Gulikai Kalam will fall between 01:52 pm to 03:30 pm.
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