March 14 will mark the Shukla Paksha Pratipada Tithi of Phalguna Maas in Vikram Samvat 2077. The day will also be observed as Meena Sankranti, which marks the beginning of the twelfth and last month in the Hindu Solar Calendar.
All the sankrantis are considered highly auspicious for daan-punya activities. The timeframes between sankranti and sixteen ghatis after sankranti is auspicious for all welfare activities.
The sankranti muhurat will prevail between 06:18 pm and06:29 pm. The day will be Raviwara (Sunday) and the sunrise will take place at 6.32 am.
Here are the sunrise time, sunset time, and other details of the day:
Sunrise time – 6.32 amSunset time – 6.29 pmMoonrise time – 7.14 am on March 15Moonset time – 7.23 pmon March 15
Tithi, Nakshatra and Rashi Details for March 14:
Pratipada tithi will remain till 5.06 pm on March 14 and after this, Dwitiya tithi will start. Nakshatra will be Uttara Bhadrapada upto 02:20 am, March 15 and Moon will be in Meena (Pisces) rashi. The sun will remain in Kumbha (Aquarius) rashi till 6.18 pm and after that, it will also enter into Meena (Pisces) rashi.
Shubh Muhurat For March 14:
Abhijit muhurat, the most auspicious muhurat in Hindu scriptures that prevail between sunrise and sunset, will take place from 12:07 pm to 12:54 pm. Apart from this, Amrit Kalam, Brahma muhurat, Nishita muhurat and Vijaya muhurat are the other auspicious timeframes that exist every day.
Inauspicious timings for March 14:
Rahu Kalam, the most inauspicious timeframes in Hindu scriptures, will start at 4.59 pm and will end at 6.29 pm. This period is avoided to make any new beginning as it is believed that this period is governed by Rahu, which is evil. During this period, the intensity of the ultraviolet rays is also severe on Earth.