AuspiWatch

‘AUSPICE- WATCH’ FIRST ‘TIME’ IN THE ‘HISTORY OF TIME’

Sanjay Mahashabde

   
   
 
   
 
 


Vaastu Shastragnya Architect Sanjay Mahashabde, M. Arch. Is welcoming you to the world of “Vaidic Sanskar” A world, where your “Aura” will be cared for and strengthened by following Auspicious timings, (Muhurt) with respect to you, your place and the need of the hour.

Introduction


Planets and their significant positions play a pivotal role in human day to day life, which has been proven beyond doubt by the Science of Astrology and Muhurta Shastra. In ancient times people had the knowledge and specialization of the same, but today due to the hectic schedule and also due to the non – availability of the teachings it is not possible to refer the best or auspicious times Muhurta for a particular nature of work, to be taken up.

Small successful steps taken today in aid to the auspicious time Muhurta helps making major achievement in further.

Auspiwatch

The metal used to manufacture the Auspiwatch, the shape the precious stones used in the dial and the day of manufacturing differs from weekday to weekday. All special aspects that influence that particular weekday in respect to the metal, shape, the precious sons are produced or brought and assembled on that particular weekday. ©

Auspiwatch, gives us full fledge panchang along with timepiece which helps us to lead our life and keep it in tune with the planets so as to minimize the hurdles in day today life and making our life easy and harmonious. ‘ Panchang ‘ or Alminac is a combination of five parameters i.e. Yog, Lagna, Grah, Var, Tithi.

Conventional watches or currently used watches gives us the information of time whereas the quality or how influential is that particular period or the time with respect to the user is not defined. ‘ Panchang ’ Alminac without the machine that calculates the time and visa versa is incomplete, because neither the both individually can give you the quality or auspicousness of time. Current watches displays only 12 hours barring few exceptions, which displays the 24 hours on the dial. According to the Hindu Shastras. It has been said, that “Udayatn Udayam Var” which means the day is calculated from sunrise to the next sunrise as one day. Hence dial used by the user should carry 24 houes displays on the dial to facilitate the user, the information regarding the position, of all the seven inflating planets throughout the day.

The Auspi-watch is to be regarded as Map and must be held in position aligning it to cardinal ‘North’. The Auspiwatch is combination of the of the panchang or Alminac, conventional watch, Grah Varna Shastra with 24 hour dial display system, which gives the user the vital information on the various astrological aspects of that particular day and/or, every hour.

To understand the exact nature of the working of the product Auspiwatch and its principal:

Sunday

The colour on the Auspiwatch dial i.e. Yellow Orange indicates the colour code to be used for dressing. The white spot on the top of the Auspiwatch dia shows the Satvik nature of the ruling planet Ravi indicating the Satvik nature of work to be undertaken on that particular day like educating students etc. the back arrow indicates the direction west not be traveled on Sundays. It is clearly seen that if there is a combination of Megha Nakshatra on Sunday then it is said to be reflecting Mrutyuyog, which is harmful and the cautions the user. Also if there is a combination of Anuradha Nakshatra on on Sunday it is said to be reflecting Yamaghanta Yog, which is harmful and the cautions the user. If there is a combination of Dwadashi Tithi on Sunday then it is said to be reflecting Dagdhayog, which is harmful and the cautions the user. Whereas if there is combination of HAST Nakshtra on Sunday then it is said to be reflecting Amrutsiddhiyog, which is benifical and intimates the same to the user. The external ring of the dial displays the day hours and the internal ring indicate the evening or late night hours. In accordance to the 24 hour and the respective planet positions at that particular hour the shatrumitra bhav could be understood by the colour codes indicated on the dial i.e. Grey colour stands for Shtrubhav and the central dial colour indicats the mitrabhav and white shows the samabhav.

Monday

The colour on the Auspiwatch dial i.e. White and sky blue indicates the colour code to be used for dressing. The white Yellow – Duei Colour spot on the top of the Auspiwatch dial shows the Satvik and Rajsik nature of work to be undertaken on that particular day. The black arrow indicates the direction East not be traveled on Mondays, it is clearly seen that if there is any combination of Vishakha Nakshtra on Monday then it is said to be reflecting Mrutyuyog, which is harmful and cautions the user. Also if there is any combination of Uttarashadha Nakshtra on Monday then it is said to be reflecting Yamagnanta Yog, which is harmful and cautions the user. If there is combination of Ekadashi Tithi on Monday then it is said to be reflecting Dagdhayog, which is harmful and the cautions the user. Whereas if there is combination of Mruga Shirsh Nakshtra on Monday then it is said to be reflecting Amrutsiddhiyog, which is benifical and intimates the same to the user. The external ring of the dial displays the day hours and the internal ring indicate the evening or late night hours. In accordance to the 24 hour and the respective planet positions at that particular hour the shatrumitra bhav could be understood by the colour codes indicated on the dial i.e. Grey colour stands for Shtrubhav and the central dial colour indicats the mitrabhav and white shows the samabhav.

Tuesday

The colour on the Auspiwatch dial i.e. White and dark Blue indicates the colour code to be used for dressing. The Red Colour spot on the top of the Auspiwatch dial shows the Tamsik nature of the ruling Mangal indicating the Tamsik nature of work to be undertaken on that particular day. The black arrow indicates the direction North not be traveled on Tuesday, it is clearly seen that if there is any combination of Ardra Nakshtra on Tuesday then it is said to be reflecting Mrutyuyog, which is harmful and cautions the user. Also if there is any combination of Shata – Taraka Nakshtra on Tuesday then it is said to be reflecting Yamagnanta Yog, which is harmful and cautions the user. If there is combination of Panchami Tithi on Tuesday then it is said to be reflecting Dagdhayog, which is harmful and the cautions the user. Whereas if there is combination of Ashwini Nakshtra on Tuesday then it is said to be reflecting Amrutsiddhiyog, which is benifical and intimates the same to the user. The external ring of the dial displays the day hours and the internal ring indicate the evening or late night hours. In accordance to the 24 hour and the respective planet positions at that particular hour the shatrumitra bhav could be understood by the colour codes indicated on the dial i.e. Grey colour stands for Shtrubhav and the central dial colour indicats the mitrabhav and white shows the samabhav.

Wednesday

The colour on the Auspiwatch dial i.e. Golden Yellow and dark White indicates the colour code to be used for dressing. The Yellow spot on the top of the Auspiwatch dial shows the Rajsik nature of the ruling Budh indicating the Rajsik nature of work to be undertaken on that particular day. The black arrow indicates the direction North not be traveled on Wednesday, it is clearly seen that if there is any combination of Mul Nakshtra on Wednesday then it is said to be reflecting Yamagnanta Yog, which is harmful and cautions the user. If there is combination of Trutiya Tithi on Wednesday then it is said to be reflecting Dagdhayog, which is harmful and the cautions the user. Whereas if there is combination of Anuradha Nakshtra on Wednesday then it is said to be reflecting Amrutsiddhiyog, which is benifical and intimates the same to the user. The external ring of the dial displays the day hours and the internal ring indicate the evening or late night hours. In accordance to the 24 hour and the respective planet positions at that particular hour the shatrumitra bhav could be understood by the colour codes indicated on the dial i.e. Grey colour stands for Shtrubhav and the central dial colour indicats the mitrabhav and white shows the samabhav.

Friday

The colour on the Auspiwatch dial i.e. Pista Green and White indicates the colour code to be used for dressing. The Yellow spot on the top of the Auspiwatch dial shows the Rajsik nature of the ruling Shukra indicating the Rajsik nature of work to be undertaken on that particular day. The black arrow indicates the direction West not be traveled on Friday, it is clearly seen that if there is any combination of Rohini Nakshtra on Friday then it is said to be reflecting Mrutyuyog, which is harmful and cautions the user. Also if there is any combination of Ashalesha Nakshtra on Friday then it is said to be reflecting Yamagnanta Yog, which is harmful and cautions the user. If there is combination of Ashtami Tithi on Friday then it is said to be reflecting Dagdhayog, which is harmful and the cautions the user. Whereas if there is combination of Revti Nakshtra on Friday then it is said to be reflecting Amrutsiddhiyog, which is benifical and intimates the same to the user. The external ring of the dial displays the day hours and the internal ring indicate the evening or late night hours. In accordance to the 24 hour and the respective planet positions at that particular hour the shatrumitra bhav could be understood by the colour codes indicated on the dial i.e. Grey colour stands for Shtrubhav and the central dial colour indicats the mitrabhav and white shows the samabhav.

Saturday

The colour on the Auspiwatch dial i.e. Deep Green and Gray indicates the colour code to be used for dressing. The Red Colour spot on the top of the Auspiwatch dial shows the Tamsik nature of the ruling Saturn indicating the Tamsik nature of work to be undertaken on that particular day. The black arrow indicates the direction East not be traveled on Saturday, it is clearly seen that if there is any combination of Hasta Nakshtra on Saturday then it is said to be reflecting Mrutyuyog, which is harmful and cautions the user. Also if there is any combination of Hasta Nakshtra on Saturday then it is said to be reflecting Yamagnanta Yog, which is harmful and cautions the user. If there is combination of Navmi Tithi on Saturday then it is said to be reflecting Dagdhayog, which is harmful and the cautions the user. Whereas if there is combination of Rohini Nakshtra on Saturday then it is said to be reflecting Amrutsiddhiyog, which is benifical and intimates the same to the user. The external ring of the dial displays the day hours and the internal ring indicate the evening or late night hours. In accordance to the 24 hour and the respective planet positions at that particular hour the shatrumitra bhav could be understood by the colour codes indicated on the dial i.e. Grey colour stands for Shtrubhav and the central dial colour indicats the mitrabhav and white shows the samabhav.

 
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