Architect Sanjay B. Mahashabde designed a unique watch, named “AuspiWatch”.
A watch that gives a full-fledged Panchang
along with the Timepiece to make our lives
easier and harmonious.
The extraordinary feature of this watch is that it displays
the almanac or the planetary mapping depending on the position
of the sun and the moon. Mr. Mahashabde states, “The
watches and the clocks we use, do not show us the quality
The name Auspi Watch is a combination of two words “auspicious”
and “time”. The Hindu community believes in the
positioning of the sun, they undertake any work depending
on the position of the sun while the Muslim communities go
by the positioning of the moon.” This watches will help
people know how good or bad their time is.
AuspiWatch is not just a watch. It has a
map which shows the movement of the planet for 24 hours. This
will give the user vital information on the various astrological
aspects of that particular day and of every hour.”
The AuspiWatch also displays the direction
that one should not travel in on that particular day. The
AuspiWatch also shows the colour code for
the user for that particular day. For instance, it displays
the colour code of white and sky blue for Mondays. The white
and yellow colour on the top of the AuspiWatch
dial shows the Satvik and Rajsik
nature of the ruling planet which indicates what work can
be undertaken at what time.
The planets and their significant positions play a pivotal
role in human life and this has been proven by the Science
of Astrology and the Muhurta Shastra.
Iin the ancient time, people had the knowledge of the same,
but at present, due to the hectic schedule and also due to
non-availability of the teachings, it is not possible to refer
to the best or auspicious time (Muhurta) for a particular
nature of work to be undertaken.
AuspiWatch has been designed for the masses
and it indicates the three important yogs described in the
Panchang which tell the positive and negative aspects regarding
the combination of the Nakshatra, Tithi
and the Var (day).
AuspiWatch will also display the shatru-bhav
of the planets for 24 hours.