Rahu Kaal Timing

In Hindu religion, we always start any work according to ‘muhrat’. ‘Muhrat’ has crucial value in Hindu astrology. It is known to us that if we start good work and travelling in shubh muhrat, we will get fruitful results. So that we always consider ‘muhrat’ before starting any kind of work. According to Hindu astrology, there are some hours in days, when every good work is prohibited. These inauspicious hours are called Rahukaal. Rahu is a paapi or inauspicious planet and it always makes .........READ MORE


New Delhi , India
28:36N, 77:12E
Wednesday, 22 November, 2017
Rahu Kaal Timing for New Delhi, India
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Rahu kalam 12:08 - 13:27 Yamaganda 8:11 - 9:30
Gulika Kalam 10:49 - 12:08Dur Muhurat 11:47 - 12:29

Rahu Kaal

In Hindu religion, we always start any work according to ‘muhrat’. ‘Muhrat’ has crucial value in Hindu astrology. It is known to us that if we start good work and travelling in shubh muhrat, we will get fruitful results. So that we always consider ‘muhrat’ before starting any kind of work. According to Hindu astrology, there are some hours in days, when every good work is prohibited. These inauspicious hours are called Rahukaal. Rahu is a paapi or inauspicious planet and it always makes obstacles in good works. According to Hindu Shastra, Rahu planet always adds disturbance, obstacles and hurdles into shubh works. Therefore we should not do any kind of good deeds or travel. Though according the order of every planet’s gochar has its own duration. Therefore, Rahukaal comes for duration every day. Rahukaal comes in sunrise and sunset but it may be different place to place. Rahukaal never comes in early morning and it comes every day in different period of time. Sometimes, Rahukaal comes in morning, noon and evening. But always remember that Rahukaal comes before sunset.

On Monday, Rahukaal comes in the 2nd part of a day, on Saturday it comes in 3rd part of day, on Friday it comes in 4th part of day, on Wednesday it comes 5th part of day, on Thursday it comes in 6th part of day, on Tuesday it comes in 7th and on Sunday it comes on 8th part of day. To know the correct time of Rahukaal there is a calculation which is found by ancient Vedic astrologers. According to this rule, we divide the day (sunrise to sunset) in 8 equal parts. There are 12 hours in a day, if we divide 12 by 8, every parts of the day gets 1.5 hour. So Rahukaal also held in different parts in different days.

People, who start their work before the duration of Rahukaal, should carry on their work during this duration also. Do not quit any work in Rahukaal otherwise this work will not give fruitful results.

Rahu is a malefic planet and it may gives bad or good results according to birth chart. There are some remedies to get relief from this planet’s effect. Rahu Yantra gives effective results. But people should take lots of care to follow the rules of Rahu yantra. People may wear stones but they should consider astrologers first. Hessonite plays important role to get relief from Rahu’s effects. Hessonite may suit according to birth chart and ‘Dasha’.

Rahukaal is a duration when everyone should take care of their works. Specially if they re going to celebrate any occasion, they should take care of this Rahukaal duration. Wedding, mundane, Griha Pravesh and Upnayan Sanskar are strictly prohibited in Rahukaal duration. People should not start travelling in rahukaal because it may cause inauspicious results. It is better for everyone to consider ‘panchang’ and ‘muhrat’ before starting any kind of good works. Rahukaal affects all works and travel tours which are held in its duration.