The panchanga is a spiritual calendar that guides devotees in their daily spiritual practices.
This Lunar-Solar calendar is used as a foundation for Vedic Living – it informs daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly schedules of worship.
On Purnima (the full moon) at the Devi Mandir, we sing the Satyanarayan Vrat and Vishnu Sahasranam. On Amavasya (the new moon), it is our tradition to worship Mother Kali, the Remover of Darkness. Ganesha receives a special puja on every Chaturthi (the fourth day of the bright and dark fortnights), and Shiva receives special prasad on Ekadashi (the eleventh day of bright and dark fortnights).
The patterns of worship guided by the panchang are, like most ancient traditions, based on the innate cycles and patterns of Nature. As we sink into these rhythms of worship, time takes on a different type of importance: time is no longer just a number on the calendar, but rather, an opportunity to worship the Divine!
*Note: This calendar reflects a 24-hour day. Some tithis (lunar days) go beyond “24-hours,” meaning past midnight. In order to more accurately reflect the time of the tithi by this system, subtract 24 from the total (29:36:12 – 24:00 = 5:36:12 AM), and this will be the time that the tithi ends the following morning, and also the time that the next tithi begins.
To learn more about how to read the panchanga calendar, please visit the Panchanga Tutorial.
See below for January through August 2019 Panchang:
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|Aug 1||Shravana||Shukla||Pratipada to 04:41 PM|
|Aug 2||Shravana||Shukla||Dwitiya to 09:36 AM|
|Aug 3||Shravana||Shukla||Tritiya to 09:36 AM|
|Aug 4||Shravana||Shukla||Chaturthi to 06:19 AM
Panchami to 03:25 AM, Aug 05
|Aug 5||Shravana||Shukla||Shashthi to 01:00 AM, Aug 06|
|Aug 6||Shravana||Shukla||Saptami to 11:11 PM|
|Aug 7||Shravana||Shukla||Ashtami to 10:00 PM|
|Aug 8||Shravana||Shukla||Navami to 09:30 PM|
|Aug 9||Shravana||Shukla||Dashami to 09:39 PM|
|Aug 10||Shravana||Shukla||Ekadashi to 10:22 PM|
|Aug 11||Shravana||Shukla||Dwadashi to 11:37 PM|
|Aug 12||Shravana||Shukla||Trayodashi to 01:16 AM, Aug 13|
|Aug 13||Shravana||Shukla||Chaturdashi to 03:15 AM, Aug 14|
|Aug 14||Shravana||Shukla||Purnima to 05:29 AM, Aug 15|
|Aug 15||Shravana||Krishna||Pratipada upt o Full Night|
|Aug 16||Shravana||Krishna||Pratipada to 07:52 AM|
|Aug 17||Shravana||Krishna||Dwitiya to 10:18 AM|
|Aug 18||Shravana||Krishna||Tritiya to 12:43 PM|
|Aug 19||Shravana||Krishna||Chaturthi to 03:00 PM|
|Aug 20||Shravana||Krishna||Panchami to 05:00 PM|
|Aug 21||Shravana||Krishna||Shashthi to 06:36 PM|
|Aug 22||Shravana||Krishna||Saptami to 07:39 PM|
|Aug 23||Shravana||Krishna||Ashtami to 08:02 PM|
|Aug 24||Shravana||Krishna||Navami to 07:40 PM|
|Aug 25||Shravana||Krishna||Dashami to 06:33 PM|
|Aug 26||Shravana||Krishna||Ekadashi to 04:40 PM|
|Aug 27||Shravana||Krishna||Dwadashi to 02:06 PM|
|Aug 28||Shravana||Krishna||Trayodashi to 10:58 AM|
|Aug 29||Shravana||Krishna||Chaturdashi to 07:25 AM
Amavasya to 03:37 AM, Aug 30
|Aug 30||Bhadrapada||Shukla||Pratipada to 11:44 PM|
|Aug 31||Bhadrapada||Shukla||Dwitiya to 07:57 PM|