Annaprashan Muhurat 2024

October 9, 2023

The birth of a child is one of the most beautiful and important aspects of a couple’s life. A baby’s first laugh, first step, or first word is always special. Offering food to the baby for the first time after birth, other than the mother’s milk is an important event in Hinduism, commonly known as Annaprashan. Annaprashan Sanskar is one of the 16 important rituals mentioned in Hindu scriptures. This Sanskara emphasizes the importance of ensuring good health and proper nutrition for the child.

What is Annaprashan Sanskar?

Annaprashan ceremony is celebrated for the first meal of the child after weaning from the mother. As per the Hindu culture, tradition, and customs, all kinds of food items are given to the child in the Annaprashan ceremony. After which the elders and parents bless the child.

Annaprashan Muhurat is usually celebrated when the child turns five to twelve months old. Wherein Annaprasan for girl children is usually done in odd months. When the child is in its fifth, seventh, ninth, or eleventh month. And for boys, Annaprasan is done in even months. When the child is in its sixth, eighth, tenth, or twelfth month. Annaprashan literally means “eating ripe rice” and is usually celebrated when the child turns six months old. While it is mainly performed within the confines of the home, many people celebrate it in temples as well.

What is the Annaprashan Method?

The Annaprashan ceremony begins with the child being seated on the maternal uncle’s lap. Then, the maternal uncle feeds the baby its first mouthful of solid food. Then, with the help of a pundit, a yagya or havan is conducted. After the havan, offerings are made to the deities and the child.

After this, a fun ritual is followed, where ornaments, pens, books, clay, and eatables are placed in front of the child.

Let’s find out what is the symbol behind these objects:

  • If the child chooses gold ornaments, it means they will attract wealth.

  • If the child puts his hand on the pen, he will be intelligent.

  • If the child chooses the book, it means they will be knowledgeable.

  • If the children choose clay, they will be blessed with wealth.

  • Finally, if the child chooses food they will be charitable and altruistic.

What are the Annaprashan Muhurat Dates in 2024?

If you are looking for the list of Annaprashan Muhurat for 2024, then you are at the right place. Instaastro’s Annaprashan Muhurat 2024 list can be referred to when you are planning to celebrate an auspicious Annaprashan ceremony. The following Annaprashan dates in 2024 are also known as Bengali Annaprashan dates in 2024 and will help you celebrate the event of the Annaprashan of your child.

Annaprashan Sanskar Dates for 2024 are given in detail here:

Annaprashan Dates in January 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
3 January  Wednesday Uttara Phalguni

07:45 AM to 10:17 AM

11:45 AM to 16:41 PM

18:55 PM to 21:16 PM

12 January  Friday  Uttarasadha 18:20 PM to 22:57 PM
15 January  Monday Shatabhisha 07:46 AM to 09:30 AM
17 January  Wednesday Revati

07:46 AM to 12:15 PM

13:50 PM to 20:21 PM

25 January  Thursday Punarvasu 13:19 PM to 19:49 PM
31 January  Wednesday Hasta

07:41 AM to 08:27 AM

09:55 Am to 12:55 PM

Annaprashan Dates in February 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
2 February Friday  Swati

07:40 AM o 09:47 AM

11:12 AM to 16:57 PM 

8 February Thursday Uttarasadha 07:56 AM to 12:24 PM
12 February Monday Purva Bhadrapada 16:18 PM to 18:38 PM
14 February Wednesday Revati 07:32 AM to 10:25 AM
19 February Monday Mrigashira 07:28 AM to 08:40 AM
21 February Wednesday Punarvasu

13:28 PM to 18:03 PM

20:20 PM to 22:37 PM

22 February Thursday Pushya

07:25 AM to 09:53 AM

11:28 AM to 15:39 PM

26 February Monday Uttara Phalguni

07:21 AM to 13:08 PM

15:23 PM to 22:17 PM

29 February Thursday Chitra

07:18 AM to 08:01 AM

09:26 AM to 15:11 PM

17:31 PM to 22:05 PM

Annaprashan Dates in March 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
8 March  Friday Shravana

07:29 AM to 12:25 PM

14:40 PM to 21:34 PM

11 March  Monday Uttara Bhadrapada

12:13 PM to 16:48 PM

19:06 PM to 23:32 PM

27 March  Wednesday Chitra

07:40 AM to 13:25 PM

15:45 PM to 22:38 PM

Annaprashan Dates in April 2023

Date Day  Nakshatra  Time 
12 April  Friday Rohini 14:42 PM to 19:16 PM

21:36 PM to 23:54 PM

15 April  Monday Punarvasu 06:26 AM to 12:10 AM
26 April  Friday Anuradha 

07:17 AM to 13:47 PM

16:05 PM to 20:40 PM

Annaprashan Dates in May 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
3 May Friday Shatabhisha  06:49 AM to 11:00 AM
6 May Monday  Revati  06:38 AM to 13:08 PM
9 May Thursday  Krittika 

12:56 PM to 17:30 PM

19:49 PM to 22:08 PM

10 May Friday Rohini

06:22 AM to 08:17 AM

10:32 AM to 17:26 PM

19:45 PM to 22:04 PM

20 May Monday Chitra  21:25 PM to 23:29 PM
23 May Thursday Vishakha 14:19 PM to 21:13 PM 
27 May Monday Purvashadha 18:39 PM to 23:01 PM
30 May Thursday Dhanishtha 

06:59 AM to 09:13 AM

11:34 AM to 13:51 PM

Annaprashan Dates in June 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
10 June  Monday Pushya 17:44 PM to 20:02 PM
19 June  Wednesday Vishakha  21:31 PM to 23:13 PM
20 June  Thursday Anuradha 05:55 AM to 10:11 AM
24 June  Monday Uttarasadha 07:35 AM to 14:29 PM
26 June  Wednesday Dhanishtha 

09:48 AM to 16:41 PM

18:59 PM to 22:45 PM

28 June  Friday Purva Bdhadrapada

11:57 AM to 18:51 PM

Annaprashan Dates in July 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
3 July Wednesday Rohini 

07:40 AM to 13:54 PM

16:13 PM to 22:18 PM

12 July Friday Uttara Phalguni  15:38 PM to 21:43 PM
15 July Monday Swati  21:31 PM to 22:58 PM
22 July Monday Shravana  14:58 PM to 21:03 PM 
25 July Thursday Purva Bdhadrapada 

19:09 PM to 22:19 PM

Annaprashan Dates in August 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
2 August Friday Ardra  11:56 AM to 14:15 PM 
7 August Wednesday Purva Phalguni  21:28 PM to 22:36 PM
9 August Friday Hasta

06:55 AM to 11:28 AM

13:48 PM to 19:52 PM

21:20 Pm to 22:45 PM

12 August Monday Swati 06:43 AM to 09:00 AM
14 August Wednesday Anuradha  11:09 AM to 13:28 PM
19 August Monday Shravana  15:27 PM to 19:13 PM
23 August Friday Revati 

12:53 PM to 15:11 PM

17:15 PM to 23:25 PM

28 August Wednesday Mrigashira

06:28 AM to 12:33 PM

Annaprashan Dates in September 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
4 September  Wednesday Uttara Phalguni 

12:05 PM to 18:10 PM

19:38 PM to 22:38 PM

5 September  Thursday Uttara Phalguni

07:26 AM to 09:42 AM

12:02 PM to 18:06 PM

19:34 PM to 22:34 PM

6 September  Friday Hasta

07:22 AM to 09:38 AM

11:58 AM to 16:20 PM

16 September  Monday Dhanishtha

06:42 AM to 11:18 AM

13:37 PM to 15:41 PM

Annaprashan Dates in October 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
4 October Friday Chitra 

06:47 AM to 10:08 AM

12:26 PM to 17:40 PM

19:05 PM to 22:35 PM

7 October Monday Anuradha 

14:18 PM to 18:53 PM

20:28 PM to 22:24 PM

17 October Thursday Revati 

07:18 AM to 11:35 AM

13:39 Pm to 18:14 PM 

21 October Monday Rohini 

09:01 AM to 15:05 PM 

16:33 PM to 23:43 PM 

23 October Wednesday Punarvasu 

14:58 PM to 16:25 PM

17:50 PM to 23:35 PM

30 October Wednesday Hasta

08:25 AM to 14:30 PM

Annaprashan Dates in November 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
4 November Monday Anuradha  07:07 AM to 10:24 AM
8 November Friday Uttarasadha

07:50 AM to 13:55 PM

15:22 Pm to 20:18 PM 

11 November Monday Shatabhisha 09:57 AM to 12:00 Noon
13 November Wednesday Revati 

13:35 PM to 16:27 PM

18:03 PM to 22:13 PM

14 November Thursday Ashwini  07:26 AM to 11:49 AM
20 November Wednesday Punarvasu  11:25 AM to 16:00 PM 
25 November Monday Uttara Phalguni  07:23 AM to 12:48 PM 
28 November Thursday Chitra 

08:50 AM to 14:04 PM 

15:28 PM to 21:14 PM 

29 November Friday Swati

08:46 AM to 10:50 AM

Annaprashan Dates in December 2023

Date

Day  Nakshatra  Time 
5 December  Thursday Uttarasadha 

13:36 PM to 18:32 PM 

20:46 PM to 23:07 PM

6 December  Friday Shravana 07:32 AM to 12:05 PM
25 December  Wednesday Chitra 

07:43 AM to 10:50 AM

Wrapping Up 

It is very important to calculate the auspicious time for auspicious work. This calculation of time is known as “Muhurat”. The Nakshatra of the baby is important for calculating the Muhurat for Annaprashan Sanskar 2024. The providential time for Annaprashan Sanskar 2024 for boys is calculated in the 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th month from the date of birth and for girls, Annaprashan Muhurat is calculated in the 5th, 7th, 9th, and 11th month from the date of birth. Starting any new work after understanding the Muhurat brings success and happiness in the particular event. Detailed guidance is given regarding Annaprashan Muhurat provided by expert astrologers through Astrology phone consultation.

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