Shani Jayanti (Shanishwara Jayanti) is the first appearance day of Lord Shani Dev. Shani Dev is considered as an important among Navagrahas, Nine celestial Gods in Hinduism. In 2021, Shani Jayanti date is June 10.
Shani Jayanti falls on Amavasya in Jyeshta Month (Jyeshta Amavasya) as per North Indian Hindi calendars. It falls on Amavasya in Vaishakh Month (Vaishakha Amavasya) in Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati and Marathi calendars.
Shani Dosha is considered an important aspect in one’s birth chart. Sade Saati Shani, Ashtama Shani and Ardhashtama Shani are some other aspects related to Shani in anyone’s Janma Kundali.
To pacify or to reduce the impact of Shani Dosha on one’s life, Shani Amavasya (Shani Jayanti) is a great opportunity. Those who perform Shani Japam, Shani Homam, Shani Thailabhishekam or any other Shani Dosha Nivarana Pooja would get rid of Shani Dosha.
Shani Dham at Shingnapur in Maharashtra, Thirunallar Saniswaran Temple in Tamil Nadu, Mandapalli Shanishwara Temple in Andhra Pradesh and Vargal Shanishwara Devasthanam in Telangana are the best places to visit Lord Shani on Shani Jayanti day.
Panchang, Shani Jayanti – 10 June 2021
Suryodayam(Sunrise) : 05:23 AM
Suryastama(Sunset) : 07:19 PM
Chandrodayam(Moonrise) : No Moonrise
Chandrastama(Moonset) : 07:23 PM
Tithi : Amavasya upto 04:22 PM Pratipada
Nakshatra : Rohini upto 11:45 AM Mrigashirsha
Yoga : Dhriti upto 07:49 AM Shula
Karana : Nagava upto 04:22 PM Kinstughna upto Full Night
Paksha : Krishna Paksha
Weekday : Guruwara
Shaka Samvat : 1943 Plava
Chandramasa : Jyeshtha – Purnimanta Vaishakha – Amanta
Vikram Samvat : 2078 Aananda
Gujarati Samvat : 2077 Paridhavi
Abhijit : 11:53 AM to 12:49 PM
Amrit Kalam : 08:09 AM to 09:57 AM 04:42 AM, Jun 11 to 06:29 AM, Jun 11
Time to avoid:
Rahu Kalam : 02:05 PM to 03:50 PM
Yamaganda : 05:23 AM to 07:07 AM
Gulikai Kalam : 08:52 AM to 10:36 AM
Dur Muhurtam : 10:01 AM to 10:57 AM 03:36 PM to 04:31 PM
Varjyam : 06:00 PM to 07:47 PM