Hindu Dynasty Auspicious Day - Akshaya Tritiya


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Akshaya Tritiya or Akhaji Teej is one of the Sade Teen Muhurtas according to Hindu Electional Astrology.

Akshaya Tritiya - Astrological Significance according to Hindu Calender month


There are three tithis or three Lunar days according to the Hisndu Astrology or Muhurtas which are the most auspicious to initiate any good work. These Muhurtas are also called as Sade Teen Muhurtas.

The First Muhurta is the Bright Half of Chaitra, the second being the 10th Tithi of Ashvin Month that is Vijaya Dashmi, the third being Akshaya Tritiya which also happens to be Parshurama Jayanti (The birth of Saint Parshurama) and the Half Muhurta being the 1st Tithi of Bright Half of Kartikka and thus being known as the Sade-Teen (3 ½) Muhurt.

Astronomically, the Sun and the Moon are also considered to be the brightest on these Sade-Teen (3 ½) Muhurtas and thus these days are the most auspicious.

Another reason for Akshaya Tritiya or the Akha Teej to be the most auspicious are the falling on a Rohinistar day and thus Akshaya Tritiya being also called as the Navanna Parva or New Season.


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