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Choghadiya Muhurat is a part of the Vedic Hindu calendar, Panchang. The words ‘Cho’ means four and ‘Ghadi’ mean clock in Hindi and Choghadiya in total mounts to 96 minutes. Choghadiya is an ancient measure for calculations of time in India roughly equivalent to 24 minutes in each division.

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Day Choghadiya Day Choghadiya
LampRoga - Evil Taurus Horoscope 2022 07:21 - 08:41
LampUdhyog - Bad Taurus Horoscope 2022 08:41 - 10:02
LampChal - Netural Taurus Horoscope 2022 10:02 - 11:22
LampLabh - Gain Taurus Horoscope 2022 11:22 - 12:43
LampAmrita - Best Taurus Horoscope 2022 12:43 - 14:04
LampKal - Loss Taurus Horoscope 2022 14:04 - 15:24
LampShubh - Good Taurus Horoscope 2022 15:24 - 16:45
LampRoga - Evil Taurus Horoscope 2022 16:45 - 18:05
Night Choghadiya Night Choghadiya
LampKal - Loss Taurus Horoscope 2022 18:06 - 19:45
LampLabh - Gain Taurus Horoscope 2022 19:45 - 21:24
LampUdhyog - Bad Taurus Horoscope 2022 21:24 - 23:04
LampShubh - Good Taurus Horoscope 2022 23:04 - 00:43
LampAmrita - Best Taurus Horoscope 2022 00:43 - 02:22
LampChal - Netural Taurus Horoscope 2022 02:22 - 04:02
LampRoga - Evil Taurus Horoscope 2022 04:02 - 05:41
LampKal - Loss Taurus Horoscope 2022 05:41 - 07:20

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About Choghadiya Table

Choghadiya or Chogadia is used for checking auspicious time to start new work. Traditionally Choghadiya is used for travel muhurthas but due to its simplicity, it is used for any muhurtha. There are four good Choghadiya, Amrit, Shubh, Labh and Char, to start an auspicious work. Three bad Choghadiya, Rog, Kaal and Udveg, should be avoided. The time between sunrise and sunset is called day Choghadiya and the time between sunset and next day sunrise is called night Choghadiya.

About Vaar Vela, Kaal Vela and Kaal Ratri

It is believed that no auspicious work should be done during Vaar Vela, Kaal Vela and Kaal Ratri. Vaar Vela and Kaal Vela prevail during daytime while Kaal Ratri prevails during night time. It is believed that all Manglik works done during these timings are not fruitful.

How to mark Choghadiya Good or Bad?

The first Muhurta on each weekday is ruled by the weekday lord. For example, on Sunday, the first Choghadiya Muhurta is ruled by the Sun followed by Venus, Mercury, Moon, Saturn, Jupiter and Mars respectively. The last Muhurta of the daytime is also ruled by the day lord.

Hence the effect of each division, either bad or good, is marked based on the nature of the ruling planet. In Vedic Astrology, the time period under the influence of Venus, Mercury, Moon and Jupiter is usually considered auspicious while the time period under the influence of Sun, Mars and Saturn is usually considered inauspicious. Based on the above information, we can mark each Choghadiya Muhurta as bad or good. It should be noted that bad Choghadiya can also be appropriate depending on the desired work which needs to be accomplished.

Important Auspicious Muhurat

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Frequently Asked Question

What Does Choghadiya Mean?

The term Choghadiya is a combination of two words — Cho, i.e. four, and Ghadiya, i.e. Ghadi. Each Ghadi, as per Hindu time, is equivalent to 24 minutes. There are 30 Ghadis from sunrise to sunset which is divided by 8. So, there are 8 Day Choghadiya Muhurats and 8 Night Choghadiya Muhurats. A Choghadiya is equivalent to 4 Ghadis (approximately 96 minutes). So, one Choghadiya lasts for about 1.5 hours.

What Are The Different Types Of Choghadiya Muhurat?

The term Choghadiya is a combination of two words — Cho, i.e. four, and Ghadiya, i.e. Ghadi. Each Ghadi, as per Hindu time, is equivalent to 24 minutes. There are 30 Ghadis from sunrise to sunset which is divided by 8. So, there are 8 Day Choghadiya Muhurats and 8 Night Choghadiya Muhurats. A Choghadiya is equivalent to 4 Ghadis (approximately 96 minutes). So, one Choghadiya lasts for about 1.5 hours.

What Are Vaar Vela, Kaal Vela, Kaal Ratri?

The term Choghadiya is a combination of two words — Cho, i.e. four, and Ghadiya, i.e. Ghadi. Each Ghadi, as per Hindu time, is equivalent to 24 minutes. There are 30 Ghadis from sunrise to sunset which is divided by 8. So

What If An Auspicious Choghadiya Muhurat Coincides With The Inauspicious Times Of Vela, Kaal Or Ratri?

The term Choghadiya is a combination of two words — Cho, i.e. four, and Ghadiya, i.e. Ghadi. Each Ghadi, as per Hindu time, is equivalent to 24 minutes. There are 30 Ghadis from sunrise to sunset which is divided by 8. So, there are 8 Day Choghadiya Muhurats and 8 Night Choghadiya Muhurats. A Choghadiya is equivalent to 4 Ghadis (approximately 96 minutes). So, one Choghadiya lasts for about 1.5 hours.