The Choghadia is a table which is based on the relative position of the heavenly bodies (the planets and the moon) over 24 hours of the day. It is used to check the time (day or night) which is auspicious and therefore best for performing puja, starting a journey, engagements and during special festivals etc.

Typically a Priest would provide similar information. Here’s translated Choghadia into English. Lhabh, Shubh and Amrit are auspicious. Kal, Udveg and Rog are inauspicious.

Day Time
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat Time
Udveg

Chal

Lhabh

Amrit

Kal

Shubh

Rog

Udveg

Amrit

Kal

Shubh

Rog

Udveg

Chal

Lhabh

Amrit

Rog

Udveg

Chal

Lhabh

Amrit

Kal

Shubh

Rog

Lhabh

Amrit

Kal

Shubh

Rog

Udveg

Chal

Lhabh

Shubh

Rog

Udveg

Chal

Lhabh

Amrit

Kal

Shubh

Chal

Lhabh

Amrit

Kal

Shubh

Rog

Udveg

Chal

Kal

Shubh

Rog

Udveg

Chal

Lhabh

Amrit

Kal

06:00 – 07:30

07:30 – 09:00

09:00 – 10:30

10:30 – 12:00

12:00 – 13:30

13:30 – 15:00

15:00 – 16:30

16:30 – 18:00

Night Time
Shubh

Amrit

Chal

Rog

Kal

Lhabh

Udveg

Shubh

Chal

Rog

Kal

Lhabh

Udveg

Shubh

Amrit

Chal

Kal

Lhabh

Udveg

Shubh

Amrit

Chal

Rog

Kal

Udveg

Shubh

Amrit

Chal

Rog

Kal

Lhabh

Udveg

Amrit

Chal

Rog

Kal

Lhabh

Udveg

Shubh

Amrit

Rog

Kal

Lhabh

Udveg

Shubh

Amrit

Chal

Rog

Lhabh

Udveg

Shubh

Amrit

Chal

Rog

Kal

Lhabh

18:00 – 19:30

19:30 – 21:00

21:00 – 22:30

22:30 – 24:00

24:00 – 01:30

01:30 – 03:00

03:00 – 04:30

04:30 – 06:00