Moon calendar - days and their numerological meaning
In the Vedic numerology beyond the usual numbers to be analyzed, there are other numbers that should be taken into account. These numbers are derived from the elements of Panchang.
There are two phases of the moon - a waning moon and a waxing moon. The moon days are called tithis in the Vedic numerology tradition. There are a total of 15 tithis that repeat, except for the full moon and the new moon. Full moon tithi is called Poornima, new moon tothi is called Amavasya.
Every tithi is ruled by a planet or graha. As we have explained earlier, every planet can be expressed with a number that symbolizes it.
|Tithi number||Tithi title||Planet||Number|
|15||Poornima / Amavasya||Jupiter||3|
Why is this important?
There are basic components that we usually analyze - birth day, month and year, but there are additional components that professionals take into account. This is one of the factors that should be taken into account when performing numerological analysis.
Tithi is one of the elements of Panchang. Panchang is a calendar of Vedic tradition that traditionally features five elements. These are - the day (day of the week - starts after sunrise), the tithi (moon day), the karana (half of the day of the moon), yoga and the chandra naksatra (the current constellation of the moon).
Each of these elements is ruled by a certain number.
Follow our articles to learn more about the rest of the elements of Panchang and their numerological values and meaning.