Nalla Neram (auspicious time) is a general observation most people follow around the world, according to the interpretations of their religion and community. Nalla Neram means good or the right time to start or do some activity.
The Nalla Neram, like good things, comes every day but only on rare occasions. Finding Nalla Neram with a Nalla Naal (good day) in a month is another rare occurrence. Naala Neram is that time of the day when all celestial planets align together for you in such a manner, that it will help you achieve things successfully.
Initiating activities in Nalla Neram bears fruit and is considered auspicious.
People, especially from the Tamil community, follow Nalla Neram and the Gowri Panchangam for favorable timing to start something new or significant. The Gowri Nalla Neram refers to the superior and auspicious time when heavenly forces align in your favor. It indicates that the stars support you, especially while starting something important. The time should be right to initiate an activity.
People in South India are accustomed to the Tamil Calendar called the Panchangam to find the Nalla Neram for initiating activities or conducting something auspicious. Panchangam is Pancha (5) plus Angam (parts). These five parts indicate Thithi, Nakshathiram, Yogam, Nall, and Karanam.
People mostly follow Panchangam daily. The Panchangam gives a clear indication of the proper date and time to conduct an activity and indicates the inauspicious time of occasion and day when it cannot go forward. A Tamil Panchangam shows the Shubh Muhurtham (auspicious timing) and Durmuhurtham (inauspicious timing).
The Tamil Gowri Panchangam tells us the auspicious time to start new or salient work and how also to avoid inauspicious time. The Gowri Panchangam is easy to follow, and the simple manner of indication helps us find the Nalla Neram, based on the Gowri Panchangam timings given in the tabulations/columns, published in the renowned Pambu Panchangam. Tamil astrology is closely associated with this Panchangam.
The Gowri Panchangam divides the day and night into eight equal parts with a ruling planet assigned to each of them, that begins with the weekday for sunrise and goes into the 5th day of the weekday for sunset, that will indicate the positive and negative impact on activities undertaken during that time. It is divided into the Day Gowri Panchangam and Night Gowri Panchangam. The Day Gowri Panchangam indicates the time between sunrise and sunset, while the Night Gowri Panchangam indicates the time between dusk and the next dawn.
The Gowri Panchangam gives the auspicious timings that include Amirdha, Uthi, Dhanam, Laabam, and Sugam. The timings indicated as inauspicious in the Gowri Panchagam include Soram, Rogam, and Visham.
Nalla Neram and Gowri Nalla Neram for Sep 21,2020
02:32 PM to 04:02 PM
|Gowri Nalla Neram||
07:01 AM to 08:31 AM
11:32 PM to 01:02 AM
Sunrise and Sunset Timing
Sunrise 07:01 AM
Sunset 07:03 PM
The Tamil Gowri Panchangam for Sep 21,2020, shows the Muhurtham (auspicious) and Durmuhurtham (inauspicious) timings.
Day Gowri Timings
|Amridha||:||07:01 AM - 08:31 AM|
|Rahu Kala||:||08:31 AM - 10:01 AM|
|Rogam||:||10:01 AM - 11:32 AM|
|Labam||:||11:32 AM - 13:02 PM|
|Dhanam||:||13:02 PM - 14:32 PM|
|Sugam||:||14:32 PM - 16:02 PM|
|Soram||:||16:02 PM - 17:33 PM|
|Uthi||:||17:33 PM - 19:03 PM|
Night Gowri Timings
|Sugam||:||19:03 PM - 20:33 PM|
|Soram||:||20:33 PM - 22:03 PM|
|Uthi||:||22:03 PM - 23:32 PM|
|Amridha||:||23:32 PM - 01:02 AM|
|Rahu Kala||:||01:02 AM - 02:32 AM|
|Rogam||:||02:32 AM - 04:02 AM|
|Labam||:||04:02 AM - 05:32 AM|
|Dhanam||:||05:32 AM - 07:02 AM|
As indicated above, the Gowri Neram is in a sequence on a given weekday. This sequence follows a pattern and does not change.
The Gowri Panchangam helps us identify the auspicious and inauspicious time of the day and night. Traditionally, the celestial planets rule us, and our astrological birth chart depends on their alignment. Similarly, we need to know the correct time to initiate or perform an activity that will bring us success and profit. For this, too, the stellar forces need to be aligned in our favor, indicating a favorable time.
The Gowri Panchangam helps us ward off the bad moments or timings of the day and night that could otherwise affect our growth and progress.