G-B7QRPMNW6J What is Panchak Dosh:- It is mentioned in many religious texts including Garuda Purana that if death occurs in the Panchak period

What is Panchak Dosh:- It is mentioned in many religious texts including Garuda Purana that if death occurs in the Panchak period

What is Panchak Dosh
It is mentioned in many religious texts including Garuda Purana

Panchak is an astrological term that arises during the transit of the Moon in various Nakshatras:-

At some point or the other in our lives, we all must have heard about Panchak. It is considered an inauspicious time in Indian astrology. It is prohibited to do some special work during Panchak. According to Indian astrology, when the moon stays in Aquarius and Pisces, then that time is called Panchak.

That is, the five constellations (Dhanishtha, Shatabhisha, Purva Bhadrapada, Uttara Bhadrapada, and Revati) from Ghanishtha to Revati are called Panchak.

Effect of Nakshatras:-

A. There is fear of fire in Dhanishtha Nakshatra.

B. There are chances of discord in Shatabhisha Nakshatra.

C. Purvabhadrapada is the causative constellation.

D. In Uttara Bhadrapada, there is punishment in the form of money.

E. There is a possibility of a loss of money. Revati Nakshatra.

If due to circumstances a person dies during the Panchak period, then five effigies made of flour or kush (a type of grass) should be kept on the bier along with the dead body and these five should also be cremated like a dead body according to the rules and regulations. So Panchak Dosh ends. It is mentioned in many religious texts including Garuda Purana.

What is Panchak:-

Occurs during the journey of the Moon in different constellations in the sky. The total is divided into 27 Nakshatras. In these 27 constellations, the combination of the last five constellations – Dhanishtha, Shatabhisha, Purvabhadrapada, Uttarabhadrapada, and Revati constellations is called Panchak. The alliance of these five constellations is inauspicious. According to 'Muhurta Chintamani', if someone dies in the alliance of these constellations, other members of the family have to suffer death or death-like suffering.

Actually, there are five types of Panchak:-

Rog Panchak, Raj Panchak, Agni Panchak, Mrityu Panchak, and Chor Panchak. As the name itself suggests, what will happen in which Panchak? In this only death, Panchak is related to death. The scripture - the statement is 'Dhanishtha-panchakarma gram shadbhisha-kulpanchakam. Purvabhadrapada-Rathya: Chotara Grihapanchakam.

Prohibited work in Panchak:-

Muhurta-According to Chintamani

'Agni-Chaurabhayam Rogo Rajpida Dhanakshati. The collection of grass and trees is done by Vaswadi-Panchke.

Means: - By the collection of straws and sticks in Panchak, fire fear, thief fear, disease fear, royal fear, and loss of money are possible. Dhanishtha Panchakam Tyajyam Trinakashthadisangrahe. Tyajya Dakshindigyatra Grihana Chhadanam and. In the scriptures, traveling in the south direction during Panchak, buying or making wooden items, weaving cots, getting the roof of the house covered, installing chandeliers, getting the house painted and painted, etc. have been prohibited from the said work. There is a loss of money and trouble in the house or any kind of crisis can arise.

1- Grass, wood, etc. Fuel should not be collected during Panchak when there is Ghanishtha Nakshatra, because of this there is a fear of fire.

2- Making a cot in Panchak is also considered inauspicious. According to scholars, doing this can create a big crisis.

3- One should not travel in the south direction during Panchak, because the south direction is considered the direction of Yama. Traveling in the south direction in these constellations is considered harmful.

4- The roof of the house should not be made during Panchak when Revati Nakshatra is running, such is the opinion of scholars. This causes a loss of money and trouble in the house.

5- The dead body should not be cremated in Panchak. It is believed that cremating a dead body in Panchak brings five more deaths in that family.

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