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Do you know about the Krishna Paksha and the Shukla Paksha?

Wednesday - June 5, 2019 4:30 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Auspicious work done in the Shukla Pksha
Auspicious work done in the Shukla Pksha

The phases of the moon determine the Krishna Paksha and the Shukla Paksha

JUNE 05 (WTN) - According to the Hindu calendar, there are 12 months in a year. Three years later there is Adhik Maas (month), then there are 13 months in the fourth year. The date of each month is called a Tithi. According to the Hindu calendar, the duration of the Tithi can be from 19 to 24 hours. It is also believed that there are thirty days in every month in the Hindu Panchang. These days are calculated according to the movement of the moon.

In the Hindu calendar, you have heard many times about Krishna Paksha (part) and Shukla Paksha. In fact, on the basis of more or less of the Moon's phases, Hindu month is divided into two parts. One of these two parts is called the Krishna Paksha and the other is the Shukla Paksha.

First know about the Krishna Paksha. The middle part of the full moon and the new moon is called the Krishna Paksha. From the very next day of the full moon, Krishna Paksha is considered to start, which is about 15 days. It is believed that any auspicious work should not be done in the Krishna Paksha. There are many arguments behind not doing any auspicious work. As the moon decreases after the full moon, that is, when the phases of the moon are less than the power of the moon weakens. Along with this, the night is dark due to the decrease in the size of the moon, for this reason Krishna Paksha is not considered auspicious.

Let us now know about Shukla Paksha. The interval between the new moon and the full moon is called the Shukla Paksha. Approximately 15 days after the new moon conclude in this side. From the next day of the new moon, the moon starts to grow, or it can be said that the phases of the moon also grow. By happening so, the moon gets bigger and the night does not remain dark, and it shines with the light of the moon.

During the Shukla Paksha the lunar force is strong and this is the reason why this aspect is considered to be the best and auspicious in the Hindu calendar for doing any good work. Any new work is started in the Shukla Paksha only.