Dyumadgadyuti-muhurta, Dyumadgadyuti-muhūrta: 1 definition


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Source: Wisdom Library: Hinduism

Dyumadgadyuti-muhūrta (द्युमद्गद्युति-मुहूर्त):—Name for a specific portion or phase of the day, used in ancient India during Vedic times. Dyumadgadyuti means “resounding light” and muhūrta means “division of time”, in this case, a 30th part of a day. This is the twenty-eight muhūrta of a day.

The specific time range this day-part refers to is 03:36–04:24 and has Auspicious qualities.

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