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Tuesday, 6 October 2020

All feautures of the Hindu Calendar

All feautures of the Hindu Calendar

Panchang for any day of the calendar. Tithi, paksha, yoga, karana, nakshatra and vaar.
Also shows Year, month purnimant and amavasyant, zodiac of moon, ayana and therefore the Season, along side their end times.



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 Kundali for any location and any date and time. Both in North Indian and South Indian style. Save your kundalis for accessing them later.



Kundali Matching : Ashtakoota Guna Milan of the kundalis, showing the erase of 36 gunas.
Vimshottari Dasha for the kundali along side the rashi, lagna rashi, Varna, Nadi, Yoni, Gana and Balance of Dasha.
Detailed panchang view showing the padas, moon rise and moon set, sunrise and sunset for the chosen location.


Day and Night Choghadiya, Rahukalam, Yama Ghantam, Guli Kalam, Dur Muhurt and Abhijit Muhurtam . All calculated for your chosen location.

4 beautiful widgets showing the moon phase, and therefore the lunar date, and one showing moon rise, moon set and sun rise sun set timings.



Watch Ishta kaal for your home , which is that the Hindu Time (or Hindu Clock). Shows real time Ghati, Vighati or Pal or Kal, Vipal or Lipt or Vikal.



Griha (Planet) Positions in both Sayana (Tropical) and Nirayana (Sidereal) system. (including shani, rahu and ketu). Uses Lahiri / Chitrapaksha Ayanamsa.



Find all the celestial objects, nakshatras, rashis and grihas within the sky, using the companion app Indian Sky Map.



A monthly Calendar view highlighting the Ekadashi, Chathurthi, Poornima and Amavasya. Shows the monthly list of festival. Also showing the moon phase for every date.

Shows the date of Hindu festivals and allows to feature the festivals in your calendar.: Diwali (Deepawali), Chhath, Karwa Chauth, Holi, Maha Shivaratri, Ramnavami, Rakshabandhan etc



Save and track your own tithis. Support for custom location. choose between over 3000 cities, or choose your own location. Has the choices of Vikram Samvat, Vikram Samvat Kartak and Indian National Calendar (Saka) year systems.

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