Vivah Muhurat 2023: Shehnai will resonate from 24, 11 in Mithila and 17 in Banarasi Panchang.

After five months, now the sound of band, baja and shehnai will be heard. This time due to Adhikamaas in the month of Sawan, the duration of Chaturmas became five months. In such a situation, there was a pause of five months on Lagnamuhurta. Now on Kartik Shukla Ekadashi, on 23rd November (Thursday), after Devotthan Ekadashi, the process of auspicious works like marriage, mundan, sacred thread etc. will start again. The wedding season will continue from 24th November to 15th December.

There are 11 auspicious times in Mithila and 17 in Banarasi Panchang.

Pandit Rakesh Jha quoted the almanacs and said that the auspicious time for marriage is starting from 24th November after Chaturmas. After Chaturmas, there will be a total of 17 auspicious Lagna Muhurtas left in this year. According to Banarasi Panchang, there are five marital Ascendants in November and 12 in December. According to Mithila Panchang, there are three auspicious marriage auspicious times in November and eight in December. Dr. Raghav Nath Jha told that the marriage auspicious time is on 24th November. There is also Tulsi Vivah on this day. Therefore this day is very auspicious. Marriage can be decided on this day. Kartik Purnima is on 27th November. Purnima date is considered best for marriage. There is Rohini Nakshatra on this day. Marriage auspicious time is also on 28th November. This day is Tuesday. Marriage on Tuesday is prohibited in the scriptures. Jha told that the Ekadashi date of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month will start from 11.03 pm on 22nd November and will end on the next day i.e. 23rd November at 09.01 am.

Silver becomes expensive by Rs 3000 and gold by Rs 700 in 12 days

Even before the start of the wedding season, there has been a continuous rise in the prices of gold and silver for several days. In the last 12 days, the price of gold has increased by Rs 700 per 10 grams in Patna Jewelery Mandi, while the price of silver has increased by Rs 3000 per kg. On November 9, the price of 22 carat gold was Rs 56,100 per 10 grams, which reached Rs 56,800 on November 21. Whereas on November 9, the price of silver was Rs 73,000 per kg, which has increased to Rs 76,500 per kg. General Secretary of Patliputra Sarafa Association, Shashi Kumar said that due to Chhath, even today the rate has remained at the old level. He told that there is a possibility of further change in the rate after the commencement of marriage.

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