Choghadiya Muhurat is a part of the Vedic Hindu calendar, Panchang. The words ‘Cho’ means four and ‘Ghadi’ mean clock in Hindi and Choghadiya in total mounts to 96 minutes. Choghadiya is an ancient measure for calculations of time in India roughly equivalent to 24 minutes in each division.
Choghadiya is more rapidly used in most regions of North India as a planner to find a good Muhurat without having to consult an astrologer. In the South a similar concept of Choghadiya, named as Gowri Panchang exists.
|Ruling Planet||Muhurat||Meaning||Effects||Types of work|
|Venus||Char||Movements||Good||Travel and tourism|
|Jupiter||Shubh||Auspicious||Good||Marriage, Puja, Devotional activities|
|Saturn||Kaal||Death||Bad||Health, Wealth, Construction|
|Moon||Amrut||Nectar||Good||Any and every|