Yoga means “union.” For purposes of the daily Panchang (or daily five important time elements), Yoga of the Day refers to a union of the current degrees of the Sun and the current degrees of the Moon in the Zodiac plus 93 degrees, 20 minutes. Yoga of the Day is also called Yoga Dina.
The energy of the Yoga of the Day helps hold an event together, so events that begin during favorable Yogas are more supported for us, and events that begin during unfavorable yogas will give us more difficulties. The Yogas do occur in a sequential manner, one followed by the other.
The table below gives a list of the various Yogas of the Day and a keyword to suggest the energy of that Yoga.
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