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What is Vaar
The traditional Hindu Panchang specifies the solar day, or Vasara or Vaar. The Vaar Chakra starts with sunrise and ends with the next day sunrise, it is fully based on the revolution of the earth on its axis. Each Vaar is tributed into 24 Horas or hours, and the Horas are allocated to the planets in their “descendant sidereal phase”.
Solar Day (Vasara)
Ravi Vaar or Bhanu vasara
Soma Vaar or Indu vasara
Mangala Vaar or Bhaum/ Kuja vasara
Budha Vaar or vasara
Guru Vaar or Brihaspati vasara
Shukra Vaar or Vasara
Shani Vaar or Manta Vasara
As elaborated earlier, Vaar starts from one day sunrise, and ends at another day sunrise. Each day is assigned to a particular planet for example Sunday is allotted to Sun, Monday is allotted to Moon, a Tuesday is allotted to Mars, Wednesday is allotted to Mercury, Thursday is allotted to Jupiter, Friday is allotted to Venus and Saturday is allotted to Saturn. The planet, to which the day or Vaar is allotted, is called Day Lord or Vaaresh.
Dhruva-Sthira (Fixed and Constant)
Ugra-Kroora (Aggressive and Cruel)
Ksipra-Laghu (Short and dynamic)
Mridu-Maidiva (Gentle and friendly)
The days are appropriate for all doings for which the Nakshatras of same category are suitable like Sunday for tasks of fixed nature, Monday for acts requiring movement or motion or so on.