Hora Calculator | Horai Calculator | Auspicious Times | Hora Time

Hora Calculator generates Hora, means time. Each day consists of 24 Horas counted from one sun rise to the next sun rise and governed by a planetary lord.

Hora Calculator

Sep 2017 Hora Calculated for Sat, Chennai GMT + 5.5 Hrs
23
Day Lord : Saturn-Shani   Masa Lord :  Venus-Shukra   Varsa Lord :  Venus-Shukra
Day Hora | Night Hora
Start Time End Time Hora Abhimani Devatha | Start Time End Time Hora Abhimani Devatha
05:58:04 - 06:58:35 Saturn-Shani Kubera | 18:04:24 - 19:01:59 Mercury-Budh Vishnu
06:58:35 - 07:59:07 Jupiter-Guru Brahma | 19:01:59 - 19:59:34 Moon-Chandra Durga
07:59:07 - 08:59:38 Mars-Mangal Brihaspathi | 19:59:34 - 20:57:09 Saturn-Shani Kubera
08:59:38 - 10:00:10 Sun-Surya Hara | 20:57:09 - 21:54:45 Jupiter-Guru Brahma
10:00:10 - 11:00:42 Venus-Shukra Lakshmi | 21:54:45 - 22:52:20 Mars-Mangal Brihaspathi
11:00:42 - 12:01:13 Mercury-Budh Vishnu | 22:52:20 - 23:49:55 Sun-Surya Hara
12:01:13 - 13:01:45 Moon-Chandra Durga | 23:49:55 - 00:47:30 Venus-Shukra Lakshmi
13:01:45 - 14:02:17 Saturn-Shani Kubera | 00:47:30 - 01:45:06 Mercury-Budh Vishnu
14:02:17 - 15:02:48 Jupiter-Guru Brahma | 01:45:06 - 02:42:41 Moon-Chandra Durga
15:02:48 - 16:03:20 Mars-Mangal Brihaspathi | 02:42:41 - 03:40:16 Saturn-Shani Kubera
16:03:20 - 17:03:52 Sun-Surya Hara | 03:40:16 - 04:37:51 Jupiter-Guru Brahma
17:03:52 - 18:04:24 Venus-Shukra Lakshmi | 04:37:51 - 05:35:27 Mars-Mangal Brihaspathi

There are seven planetary lords who take turns in the order 1. Ravi (Bhanu) 2. Shukra 3. Budha 4. Soma 5. Shani 6. Guru 7. Mangala (Bhouma).

Hora chart also refers to Divisional Chart or D-2. Depending on the ruling planet the Hora can either be favorable or unfavorable for various undertaking. It is  advised to check the daily Hora before commencing any work on a particular day.

Daily Hora chart is especially useful when you are starting something auspicious and want to overcome the chances of bad luck, so that you get maximum benefit and see success in all that you do.

The time from sunrise to sunset is divided into 12 equal parts (the day) and 12 parts from sunset to next sunrise (the night). The first Hora lord of the day is the day’s lord.

First hora on a day will be ruled by the day lord. Further, sub-hora has to be calculated in the sequence of the hora lords. The hora sequence is from the slowest moving planet (Saturn) to the fastest moving planet (Moon).

An hour contains 60 minutes and there are seven hora lords in number. If we divide an hour by seven we get 8 ½ minutes approximately.

Therefore, there will be seven sub-horas in an hour. The first sub-hora in any hora is ruled by the Hora lord and the sequence goes on in the Hora sequence. All seven Hora are cyclic and rotate in a constant fixed cycle throughout day and night.

Each day gets the name of the hora lord at the time of sun rise. Let us consider Horas of Sunday
1 . Ravi
2 . Shukra
3 . Budha
4 . Soma
5 . Shani
6 . Guru
7 . Mangala
8 . Ravi
9 . Shukra
10 . Budha
11 . Soma
12 . Shani
13 . Guru
14 . Mangala
15 . Ravi
16 . Shukra
17 . Budha
18 . Soma
19 . Shani
20 . Guru
21 . Mangala
22 . Ravi
23 . Shukra
24 . Budha
25 . Soma

The 25th hora lord happens to be Soma. This is the 1st hora of next day which is called Soma Vaara.