Hayagriva Puja is observed on Mahanavami day in Navratri. The ninth day of Navaratri, Lord Hayagriva (Horse-headed incarnation of Lord Vishnu) is worshipped in many places of India, especially in South India.
In 2022, Mahanavami Hayagriva Puja date is October 4. Hayagriva Swamy is the Lord of wisdom and knowledge.
Mahanavami is the day of Saraswati visarjan, the day when Goddess Saraswati is offered send-off to her heavenly abode.
On this day Hayagriva swamy is worshipped for better results in education, and other knowledge oriented industries. It is the last day of Navratri and Triratra Vratham.
Lord Hayagriva is also worshipped on Hayagriva Jayanti which is observed on Shravan Purnima (August).
Panchang, Hayagriva Puja on Mahanavami – 4 October 2022
Suryodayam (Sunrise) : 06:03 AM
Suryastama (Sunset) : 05:55 PM
Chandrodayam (Moonrise) : 02:14 PM
Chandrastama (Moonset) : 01:10 AM, Oct 05
Tithi : Navami upto 02:20 PMDashami
Nakshatra : Uttara Ashada Maas upto 10:51 PMShravana
Karana : Kaulava upto 02:20 PMTaitila upto 01:10 AM, Oct 05Garaja
Yoga : Atiganda upto 11:23 AMSukarma
Weekday : Mangalawara
Paksha : Shukla Paksha
Shaka Samvatsaram : 1944 Shubhakrutha
Chandramasa : Ashwina – Purnimanta; Ashwina – Amanta
Vikram Samvat : 2079 Rakshasa
Gujarati Samvat : 2078 Pramadi
Abhijit Muhurat : 11:35 AM to 12:23 PM
Amrita Kalam : 04:52 PM to 06:22 PM
Time to avoid:
Rahu Kalam : 02:57 PM to 04:26 PM
Yamaganda : 09:01 AM to 10:30 AM
Gulikai Kalam : 11:59 AM to 01:28 PM
Dur Muhurtam : 08:25 AM to 09:13 AM 10:46 PM to 11:35 PM
Varjyam : 07:54 AM to 09:23 AM 02:35 AM, Oct 05 to 04:05 AM, Oct 05