Amrit Siddhi Yoga On 27 Jan: Know Do’s & Don’ts During This Pious Period!

Amrit Siddhi Yoga literally translates to “combination of stars and day to achieve something forever”.

The Muhurta branch of Vedic astrology decides the pairings for fortunate and unfortunate  timings. One of the extremely rare and auspicious combinations of a particular Nakshatra on a particular day for beginning a project or any event is “Amrit Siddhi Yoga.” According to belief, if something is begun during this Muhurta (an astrologically fortunate time), it will undoubtedly be completed with success and its effects will last for a long period of time. It has gained a lot of popularity as a result of its excellent effects. 

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At Astrosage, we want our readers to have new insights on even the smallest of events related to the Vedic Astrology and make every upcoming blog an interesting piece of content to read which is insightful and informative. In this blog we will provide you the intrinsic detail of Amrit Siddhi Yoga including its date, time, and role of Nakshatras in forming this most auspicious Yoga. Along with that you will learn about the activities which can be performed or prohibited during the time of this Yoga.

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Amrit Siddhi Yoga: Importance, Date & Time

According to Hindu astrology, the Amrit Siddhi Yoga spans for about  6 to 12 hours in a day and occurs a few times every year. Amrit Siddhi Yoga negates all unfavorable Yogas and times, such as Vishti or Bhadra, Vaidhriti, etc. This Muhurat is great for travel, job interviews, exams, shop openings, purchasing, selling vehicles or land, etc. 

There are a few conditions that must all be met on a particular day in order for Amrita Siddhi Yoga to exist. A specific Nakshatra from the list of 27 Nakshatras in Hindu astrology should be present on the day and the combination of the two forms the Amrit Siddhi Yoga. In the month of January the Amrit Siddhi Yoga will be forming twice, once on the 18th January, 2023 at 7:15 am to 5:23 pm and on 27th January, 2023 at 7:12 am to 6:37 pm.

Now, as we all know this auspicious Muhurat or timing is formed by a combination of a particular Nakshatra on a particular day. Therefore, let us first understand what is a Nakshatra and its importance. 

Nakshatra in Vedic Astrology

The Lunar mansion is referred to as a Nakshatra in Vedic astrology. This is because the planet Moon spends around one day in a Nakshatra. As a result, each Lunar mansion is approximately 13°20′ long. Furthermore, they are separated into four divisions known as Pada. Each Pada is approximately 3°20′ long.

According to Vedic Astrology, Lunar constellations or Nakshatras have a link with the Moon’s natal symbolism. The Moon stays in one particular zodiac sign for about 2.3 days. Moon is also known as the ruler of the Nakshatras. As a result, it monitors planetary positions and is in charge of predicting each individual’s life. The position of the Moon in a particular Nakshatra on a particular day is assessed to calculate good or bad Muhurat or timings.  The usage of Nakshatra is far more essential in Vedic astrology than the use of zodiac signs. According to Vedic Astrology, the Nakshatras signify where the results of our labor (our Karma) are transferred and preserved. 

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The following combinations of Nakshatras on a given Vaar or day come together to form the auspicious and one of the most celebrated Muhurat or time of the day. 

  • Hasta Nakshatra falls on a Sunday.
  • Mrigashirsha Nakshatra falls on a Monday.
  • Aswini Nakshatra falls on a Tuesday.
  • If Anuradha Nakshatra falls on a Wednesday, it forms Amrit Siddhi Yoga.
  • Pusya Nakshatra falls on a Thursday.
  • Revati Nakshatra falls on a Friday.
  • Rohini Nakshatra falls on a Saturday.

Do’s And Don’ts During Amrit Siddhi Yoga

Now let’s discuss what auspicious tasks can be carried out during this time and what activities should not be performed to avoid the adverse effects: 


  • Signing a business contract or deal
  • Purchasing land, vehicle or gold, etc.
  • Appearing for examinations or any competitive exam.
  • Submitting application for jobs or giving job interviews
  • Filing a case in court 
  • Opening shops or retail stores
  • Filing a nomination for election
  • Traveling abroad

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The Amrit Siddhi Yoga is an auspicious Muhurat but that does not stop it from being an inauspicious day for carrying out certain activities or events on that particular day or time. These events are:


  • This is particularly bad Yoga if you’re looking to throw a housewarming party or laying the foundation stone for the construction of your house or other properties. It brings unwanted delays or bad luck if we do perform such activities on Amrit Siddhi Yoga.
  • No marriage ceremonies must be performed during this Muhurat, especially if this Yoga falls on a Thursday. 
  • Traveling in the southern direction must be particularly avoided if Amrit Siddhi Yoga forms on any Saturday.

Note: There are a lot of auspicious Yogas that form frequently and are very popular but great caution and advice of an expert must be taken before performing any activity, ritual or ceremony on any particular day if you want that event to be a success and lead a happy life. 

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