10:55 am auspicious for TikaNepal Panchanga Nirnayak Samiti (Calendar Determination Committee) has set 10:55 am as the most auspicious time for receiving Tika this Dashain.
Nepal Panchanga Nirnayak Samiti (Calendar Determination Committee) has set 10:55 am as the most auspicious time for receiving Tika this Dashain.
According to the Samiti, the auspicious time for Gatasthapana, the first day of the 10-day festival, is 11:25 am on October 13.
Chairperson of the committee Ramchandra Gautam shared that 11:35 am on October 14 is the most auspicious time to replace the national flag with a new one at government and Nepal Army offices.
The process of Pachali Bhairab deity falls on October 18 and goddess Tulaja Bhawani at 10: 55 am on October 20, the day of Phoolpati. “No auspicious time is needed for Phoolpati,” said Gautam.
Mahaastami falls on October 21 and Kalratri would be performed the same day, the committee said.
“Mahanawami and Bijaya Dashami, the ninth and tenth day of the festival respectively, falls on the same day on October 22,” informed Gautam.
Gautam further said that the auspicious hour for immersing statues of goddesses is at 10: 45 am and for receiving Tika and blessings at 10: 55 am on October 22, also known as Bijaya Dashami.
He clarified that though it was not necessary to determine an auspicious time to receive Tika during Dashami to Purnima, it would be better to receive Tika at 10: 55 am during the period.
Also, auspicious hour for procession of Tulaja Bhawani and Khadgayatra falls at 11:01 am and at 11:55 am respectively on Bijaya Dashami.
Kojagrat Prunima, last day of Dashain is on October 26.