In numerology, it's important to understand when a new day begins.
We live in a time counting system where one day starts at 00:00 at night and at 23:59 it ends. In the vedic time system, the day divides into the bright side and the dark side. The day never begins in the middle of the night.
According to the vedic system, the day begins with the sunrise of each day. The day ends with sunrise of the next day.
Day and night within the framework of the year
In vedic tradition light plays a very important role.
The year is divided into four parts:
- The day is shorter than night, the night is longer. The day is getting longer
- The day is longer than night, the night is shorter. The day is getting longer
- The day is longer than night, the night is shorter. The day is getting shorter
- The day is shorter than night, the night is longer. The day is getting shorter
The more successful time of Year is Uttarayana - the first two parts of the year (1,2). This part is ruled by Gods (Devas). The last part of the year is called Dakshinayana (3,4). It is ruled by Demons (Asurah).
Birthday, if born before sunrise
If a person was born before the sunrise, he must be considered to have been born the day before. This means that the person born on April 1 before the sunrise actually counts born on March 30. Take this into account when making your numerical calculations.