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Stepping into a new house is a call for a special occasion, and Griha Pravesh signifies new beginnings in an individual's life. Griha Pravesh Puja is performed based on the Hindu Calendar, and the rituals should be performed based on an "auspicious" time. Moreover, the ceremony represents the hard work and success behind the successful construction of the house. The puja pleases the deities and helps ward off all impurities and negative vibrations away from home.
Since the auspiciousness of a Griha Pravesh Puja is immense, it should be performed at an auspicious time. Therefore, read more to know about the Griha Pravesh Muhurat in 2023.
When the puja is performed based on the griha Pravesh dates, it brings good luck and fortune to those residing in the house. A Gruha Pravesha Muhurtham instils life into bricks and makes a home look alive.
While the design, aesthetics, paint, furniture and decor make a house look pretty, the energies that fill up the home are more important than anything else.
Therefore, Griha Pravesh is essential for a prosperous and happy household.
In India, we keep our values, rituals and traditions very close to us; thus, we like to follow everything as suggested in the Vedas. Hence, since the era of the rishis and sages, we have been following the practice of performing pujas based on tithis and calculated nakshatras. Thus, entering your new home, according to "Shubh Muhurat", is indispensable for leading a prosperous life inside the house.
The adept astrologers at InstaAstro have carefully analysed the nakshatras and tithis and have successfully come up with the much-awaited Griha Pravesh Muhurat 2023. Here are the precise dates to enter your new place.
|January 25, 2023 (Wednesday)||20:25 to 31:12+||Uttara Bhadrapada|
|January 27, 2023 (Friday)||09:09 to 18:36||Revati|
|January 30, 2023 (Monday)||22:15 to 31:11+||Rohini|
|February 1, 2023 (Wednesday)||07:10 to 14:01||Mrigashirsha|
|February 8, 2023 (Wednesday)||20:14 to 30:22+||Uttara Phalguni|
|February 10, 2023 (Wednesday)||24:17+ to 31:05+||Chitra|
|February 22, 2023 (Wednesday)||06:58 to 27:23+||Uttara Bhadrapada|
|8 March 2023 (Wednesday)||06:46 to 28:20+||Uttara Phalguni|
|10 March 2023 (Friday)||06:44 to 21:42||Chitra|
|13 March 2023 (Monday)||21:26 to 30:40+||Anuradha|
|17 March 2023 (Friday)||06:38 to 26:46+||Uttara Ashadha|
|1 May 2023 (Monday)||17:51 to 22:09||Uttara Phalguni|
|6 May 2023 (Saturday)||21:13 to 29:54+||Anuradha|
|15 May 2023 (Monday)||09:08 to 25:02+||Uttara Bhadrapada|
|20 May 2023 (Saturday)||21:30 to 29:47+||Rohini|
|22 May 2023 (Monday)||05:47 to 10:36||Mrigashirsha|
|29 May 2023 (Monday)||11:48 to 28:28+||Uttara Phalguni|
|31 May 2023 (Wednesday)||05:59 to 13:45||Chitra|
|12 June 2023 (Monday)||10:34 to 29:44+||Uttara Bhadrapada, Revati|
|17 November 2023 (Friday)||25:17+ to 30:46+||Uttara Ashadha|
|22 November 2023 (Wednesday)||18:37 to 30:49+||Uttara Bhadrapada|
|23 November 2023 (Thursday)||06:49 to 21:01||Uttara Bhadrapada, Revati|
|27 November 2023 (Monday)||14:45 to 30:53+||Rohini|
|29 November 2023 (Wednesday)||06:53 to 13:58||Mrigashirsha|
|8 December 2023 (Friday)||08:53 to 30:30+||Chitra|
|15 December 2023 (Friday)||08:10 to 22:29||Uttara Ashadha|
|21 December 2023 (Thursday)||09:36 to 22:08||Revati|
Entering the home during the correct period is crucial for a safe, obstacle-free, prosperous housewarming ceremony. Therefore, these are the auspicious months for Griha Pravesh in 2023.
A few months are considered to bring ill effects to individuals and ruin the Griha Pravesh puja. Thus, it becomes imperative to become aware of these months, and they are:
Moreover, despite exceptional circumstances, strictly avoid entering the house on Saturdays and Sundays. Amavasya and Purnima are also inauspicious days of the week for entering the house.
Also, as described in religious texts such as Dharmasindhu, avoid the Shukra Tara and Guru Tara.
The following tithis are highly auspicious for stepping into your new home. They are:
In astrology, Choghadiya is referred to as an auspicious time guide. The Choghadiya divides days and nights into eight equal periods. These periods start from sunrise to sunset for the day choghadiya and then again from dusk to dawn the next day for the night choghadiya.
Thus, for "Griha Pravesh", the auspicious Choghadiyas are:
Moreover, the unfavourable Choghadiyas are Rog, Kal and Udveg.
For a peaceful and hurdle-free Griha Pravesh, the following things need to be kept in mind: