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What is Bhadra? (भद्रा विचार क्या है )

Religiously, Bhadra is the sister of Bhagwan Shani Dev and the daughter of Surya Dev. She was very beautiful but her nature was very harsh. In order to control his disposition in general, he was recognized as Vishishkaran, a major part of the Panchang. Whenever the auspicious time of any auspicious and auspicious work is observed, special care is taken of Bhadra and any auspicious work is done in another Muhurta except the time of Bhadra.
When does Bhadra come and how is Bhadra calculated?
Bhadra is repeated four times in a fortnight of the month. For example, Bhadra occurs in the first half of the Ashtami and Purnima Tithi of Shukla Paksha and in the latter part of Bhadra Chaturthi and Ekadashi Tithi. Bhadra prevails in the latter half of Tritiya and Dashami Tithi in Krishna Paksha and in the first half of Saptami and Chaturdashi Tithi. Bhadra is of utmost importance when the Panchang is corrected or framed.

How many hours is Bhadra?
There are 5 valleys of the mouth of Bhadra i.e. 2 hours are discarded. Doing any auspicious work is prohibited. The 3 valleys of the tail part i.e. 1 hour 12 minutes are auspicious.

Which Bhadra is auspicious?
Chaturthi and Ekadashi of Shukla Paksha and Bhadra on Tritiya and Dashami Tithi of Krishna Paksha are auspicious.

What should not be done in Bhadra?
According to the scriptures, many works are considered taboo in Bhadra. Such as mundan ceremony, home commencement, marriage ceremony, home entry, Rakshabandhan, auspicious journey, starting a new business and all kinds of auspicious work are considered taboo in Bhadra. Good deeds done in Bhadra are inauspicious.

Method to know Bhadra Poonch and Bhadra Mukh
Bhadra Mukh:
Bhadra Mukh occurs in the fifth day of the fifth Prahar of the Chaturthi Tithi of Shukla Paksha, the total value of the second Prahar of Ashtami Tithi, etc., the first five clocks of the Seventh Prahar of Ekadashi and Bhadra occurs in the five watches of Shukla Paksha. Fourth watch of the full moon. There is a mukh. Similarly, in the eighth Prahar of Krishna Paksha Tritiya, there is a bhadra face for 5 hours, in the third prahar of Saptami of Krishna Paksha for 5 hours in Aadi. Similarly, in the sixth Prahar of the tenth day of Krishna Paksha and in the first five hours of the first Prahar of Chaturdashi Tithi, Bhadra Mukh prevails.

Bhadra Pooch
At the end of the eighth prahar of the Chaturthi Tithi of Shukla Paksha, 3 clocks equal to the tenth are called Bhadra Puchha. Bhadra Poonch also occurs in the last three valleys of the third prahar of the full moon.

How to save from bad effects of Bhadra:
It is believed that if one wants to save himself from the evil effects of Bhadra, then he should be called to the mind and then wake up in the morning and chant the 12 names of Bhadra.
The 12 names of Bhadra are given as follows:
● Dhanya
● Dadhi Mukhi
● Bhadra
● Mahamari
● Kharanna
● Kalratri
● Maharudra
● Vishti
● Kulputrika
● Bhairavi
● Mahakali
● Asurakshaykari

It is believed that if you respect Bhadra, worship him according to law and recite his 12 names; You will not have to suffer during the Bhadra period. It will make your life easier, and you will achieve what you aim for.

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