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7 August 2021 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Saturday, 7 August 2021 – It is Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi tithi or the fourteenth day during waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi tithi or the fourteenth day during waning or dark phase of moon till 6:14 PM on August 7. Then onward it is Amavasya Tithi or the no moon day till 6:40 PM on August 8. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time. 

Good – Auspicious time on August 7, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day. 

Nakshatra – Punarvasu or Punartham nakshatra till 8:28 AM on August 7. Then onward it is Pushya or Poosam or Pooyam nakshatra till 9:46 AM on August 8. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India). 

In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Punarvasu or Punartham nakshatra till 8:16 AM on August 7. Then onward it is Pushya or Poosam or Pooyam nakshatra till 9:19 AM on August 8. 

Rashi or Moon Sign – Mithuna Rashi till 2:01 AM on August 7. Then onward it is Karka Rashi till 10:35 AM on August 9. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India.) 

In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and south Rajasthan), Mithuna Rashi till 1:54 AM on August 7. Then onward it is Karka Rashi till 9:50 AM on August 9.  

Festivals, Vrat and Auspicious days – 

Kali Yuga Year – 5123 

Vikram Samvat 2078 – Shravan Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi tithi or the fourteenth day during waning or dark phase of moon in Shravan month in North India - Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Jammu and Kashmir. 

Plava Nama Samvatsara/ Shalivahana Saka 1943 – Ashada Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi tithi or the fourteenth day during waning or dark phase of moon in Ashada month in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. 

Plava Nama Samvatsara/ Shalivahana Saka 1943 – Ashada Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi tithi or the fourteenth day during waning or dark phase of moon in Ashada month in Maharashtra and Goa. (It is Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi tithi or the fourteenth day during waning or dark phase of moon in Ashada month till 7:12 PM on August 7. Then onward it is Amavasya Tithi or the no moon day till 7:20 PM on August 8.) (This time is applicable only in western parts of India.) 

Vikram Samvat 2077 – Ashada Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi tithi or the fourteenth day during waning or dark phase of moon in Ashada month in Gujarat. (It is Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi tithi or the fourteenth day during waning or dark phase of moon in Ashada month till 7:12 PM on August 7. Then onward it is Amavasya Tithi or the no moon day till 7:20 PM on August 8.) (This time is applicable only in western parts of India.) 

22nd day of Aadi Masam in Tamil Calendar followed in Tamil Nadu. (Plava Nama Year)
22nd day of Karkidaka Masam in Malayalam Calendar in Kerala. (Kolla Varsham 1196)
21st day of Shraban Month in Calendars followed in Assam and Bengal. (Bengali Year 1428) 
Bad Period on August 7, 2021
Rahukalam – 9:17 AM to 10:55 AM
Yamagandam – 2:10 PM to 3:48 PM
Gulikai – 6:01 AM to 7:39 AM
Durmuhurtham – 6:01 AM to 7:45 AM
Varjyam – 4:37 PM to 6:17 PM 

Panchak (bad) – not present 

Good Period on August 7, 2021
Abhijit Muhurta – 12:09 PM to 12:57 PM
Amrita Kalam – 5:42 AM to 7:25 AM
Sarvartha Siddhi Yog – 6:32 AM on Aug 6 to before sunrise on Aug 7
Amrita Siddhi Yog – not present
Dwipushkar Yog – not present
Tripushkar Yog – not present
Ravi Yog – not present 

Yog – Vajra (good) till 1:09 AM on August 7. Then onward it is Siddhi (good) till 12:37 AM on August 8. 

Karana – Vishti or Bhadra (bad) till 6:55 AM on August 7. Then onward it is Shakuni (bad) till 7:12 PM on August 7. Then onward it is Chatushpad (bad) till 7:20 AM on August 8. 

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