According to the Puranas, when Lord Dhanvantari appeared with Amritkalash at the time of churning of the sea (Amritmanthan), there was a quarrel between the Devas and the Danavs to receive the Amritpan first. Looking at the growing problems between them, Dhanvantari Ji remembered Lord Vishnu and prayed for an end to the controversy over Amrit Kalash between the two clans. To prevent the demon from becoming immortal Lord Vishnu took the form of nymph Mohini and diverted the attention of the demons from Amrit Kalash.
Rahu changed his garb and joined the Gods or Devtas and had the Amritpan. After Amritpan, the sun and moon then recognized him. Then Lord Narayan cut his throat with his Sudarshan Chakra but few drops of nectar or Amrit had already gone down Rahu's throat and that is why Rahu attained immortality. The period during which Rahu's head was cut is called 'Rahu Kaal'. This period is considered inauspicious. It is harmful to start any new work during this period. Therefore, you should avoid introducing new tasks during this period.
The evening event is considered to be the eighth part of the whole 24 hours of the day. Before doing any work, remove the full hours and minute of the day and divide it into eight equal parts and then link it to the local sunrise, to find out when is the time for Rahu Kaal. That eighth part Each day is considered to be the Rahu Kaal of that day.
According to the time calculations, at the time of sunrise to the first day of the week is Monday and the second part of the eighth part of the dinman. Simply put, there is no Rahukaal in the first part of Monday at sunrise. Similarly, the third part of the eighth part of the dinman is considered to be Rahu Kaal. The fourth part of the eighth part on Friday, the fifth part on Wednesday, the sixth part on Thursday, the seventh part on Tuesday and the eighth part of Dinaman on Tuesday are considered Rahu Kaal. The effect of Rahu Kaal on any human being or his work is considered to be very harmful and inauspicious. In this period, human beings become victims of distress.
It is then an example that mentions Rahu Kaal according to the event. Also, understand how Rahu Kaal is interpreted in astrology. In Indian astrology, the nine planets are considered Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Guru, Shan, Rahu and Ketu. Rahu is the face of a monstrous snake that, according to the Scriptures, produces the eclipse by swallowing the sun and moon. It is also called Tamas Asura. It has no head and is riding on a chariot drawn by eight black horses.
RahulKal differs in different places. Every day, a certain time of Rahu Kaal has been fixed as follows. Once it starts, it stays for 2 hours. During this time, avoid doing any good or auspicious work. Each day for every nakshatras time for Rahu Kaal is about 90 minutes. There is a difference in the time of Rahu Kaal due to sunrise at different times at different places.
Every day, a certain time of Rahu Kaal has been fixed for each Nakshatra as follows. On Sunday Rahu Kaal period starts from 4:30 pm to 6 pm. Don't do good work at this time. On Monday, in the morning from 7:30 am to 9 pm is considered to be Rahu Kaal. Tuesday from 3 pm to 4:30 pm is considered to be Rahu Kaal. It is believed to be Rahu Kaal from 12 noon to 1:30 pm on Wednesday. Thursday is called Rahu Kaal from 1:30 pm to 3 pm. Friday is considered to be Rahu Kaal from 10:30 am to 12 noon. On Saturday it is considered to be Rahu Kaal from morning 9 am to 10:30 am.
Rahu's head is called Rahu and torso is called Ketu. After great austerity, Brahmaji gave Rahu a fixed position in the Sky. According to Vedic astrology, Rahu and Ketu have been given a place in Navagrahas. Let us also introduce you to some key features of Rahu. The planet maintains its special effect on-air elements, male nature and blue colours, sound waves. Rahu has an effect in the ears, tongue, whole head and neck in the body. Actions like thought, falsehood, deceit, dream are subject to Rahu. Rahu has an effect on elephants, cats, snakes. Rahu maintains its control over coal in metals. Mata Saraswati is the Ista Devi of Rahu. Rahu is pleased with blue flowers.
So far, we have learned that Rahu gives inauspicious results most of the time. But If your Rahu is auspicious, you can achieve success in the political field. While the symptoms of Rahu's effects begin to be seen from nail loss, the number of enemies increases. Stay with the family. Place a braid on the head, put coal in flowing water, worship Mata Saraswati as Mata is the Ishta goddess of Rahu.