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Aaj Ka Panchang, 6 June, 2024: The sun will rise around 5:23 AM and set at approximately 7:17 PM. (Image: Shutterstock)

Aaj Ka Panchang, 6 June, 2024: On this day, six festivals will be celebrated across the country: Vat Savitri Vrat, Shani Jayanti, Rohini Vrat, Darsha Amavasya, Anvadhan and Vaishakha Amavasya will be celebrated.

AAJ KA PANCHANG, 6 JUNE, 2024: According to Drik Panchang, June 6 will mark the observance of Krishna Paksha’s Amavasya and Pratipada Tithi. On this day, six festivals will be celebrated across the country: Vat Savitri Vrat, Shani Jayanti, Rohini Vrat, Darsha Amavasya, Anvadhan and Vaishakha Amavasya. It is advisable to take into account the tithi, auspicious dates, and inauspicious hours before commencing any ceremonies. This information can provide valuable insights and help avoid potential setbacks throughout the day.

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SUNRISE, SUNSET, MOONRISE, AND MOONSET ON JUNE 6

The sun will rise around 5:23 AM and set at approximately 7:17 PM. There is no definite time for the moon to rise, however it will set at 7:27 PM.

TITHI, NAKSHATRA, AND RASHI DETAILS FOR JUNE 6

The Amavasya Tithi will last until 6:07 PM before transitioning to the Pratipada Tithi. The Rohini Nakshatra will be visible till 8:16 PM, after which the Mrigashirsha Nakshatra will appear. The moon and sun will be in Vrishabha Rashi, according to the Panchang.

SHUBH MUHURAT TIMINGS FOR JUNE 6

As for the auspicious muhurat (timing) on this day: The Brahma muhurta is scheduled to occur from 4:02 AM to 4:42 AM and the Abhijit muhurta will take place from 11:52 AM to 12:48 PM. The Godhuli muhurta is projected to fall between 7:16 PM and 7:36 PM, while the Vijaya muhurta is slated from 2:39 PM to 3:35 PM. Additionally, the Sayahna Sandhya muhurta is likely to span from 7:17 PM to 8:18 PM. The Pratah Sandhya muhurta is said to happen between 4:22 AM and 5:23 AM.

ASHUBH MUHURAT TIMINGS FOR JUNE 6

On June 6, the ashubh muhurat or inauspicious timings are as follows: The Rahu Kalam is expected to last from 2:04 PM to 3:49 PM. The Gulikai Kalam time frame is likely to occur between 8:51 AM and 10:36 AM, while the Yamaganda muhurta is predicted to be effective from 5:23 AM to 7:07 AM. Finally, the Baana muhurta is scheduled to occur in Raja from 3:51 PM to full night.