The day is controlled by Saturn (Shani), and any loan accepted or provided on this day will be postponed in terms of return. As a result, taking or making a loan on this day is not recommended. Sunday is dominated by the sun, which gives us essential energy in the form of light. Thus, it's a good day for physical activity and getting things done. It's also a popular day for shopping because many stores are closed on Monday.
Money has no soul. Therefore, donating money to charitable causes is better than giving material possessions such as clothes, cars, and houses. In addition, charity begins at home, so before you go out in the world and make donations, please first check if there is not something that needs to be donated from around the house.
Finally, remember that karma is real. What you give out will come back to you. So do good deeds sincerely and expect to receive its rewards in the future.
Friday-This day and day have been deemed both favorable by astrologers. Saturday: According to astrology, this day is unlucky for accepting and offering loans, and any debt accepted or given on this day will last a long time. Therefore, people should be careful not to accept loans on Friday.
Sunday: This day is considered auspicious by most astrologers. Monday: This day is regarded as favorable by most practitioners of astrology because it is the day when people usually receive their letters from home. Tuesday: This day is thought to be bad because it is the day when business transactions are completed. Wednesday: This day is believed to be bad because it is the day when one dies if no one posts bail for him/her. Thursday: This day is considered unfavorable because it is the day when sales are made. Friday: This day is thought to be bad because it is the day when people usually reject gifts and loan offers. Saturday: This day is thought to be dangerous because it is the day when thieves can find easy targets. Sunday: This day is considered lucky because it is the day when people celebrate religious events.
These are some of the views regarding days and days of the week among astrologers. As mentioned earlier, there are many other factors involved in determining what effect a particular day has. These include one's zodiac sign, moon cycle, and birth date.
Thursday is considered the worst day to donate money to someone in astrology. When you donate money to someone on this day, your connection with them becomes stormy, and your money never returns. On Thursday, people need only look within themselves to find reasons why they shouldn't help others.
The best day to give money to someone is on Friday. This is the day when you see results of your actions. If you gave money to someone on Monday or Wednesday, they might not have had enough time to use your gift effectively. But if you give on Friday, they will have time to enjoy your gift.
Giving money to others is an act of love. Use Tuesday as a guide for how much you should be giving. If you feel guided to give more, then do so. However, if you feel like you can't afford to give more, then don't worry about it. Just give what you can pay comfortably without feeling guilty.
Telangana is where I'm from. Friday is considered sacred to the Goddess of Health, Laxmi. People are reluctant to part with their money on that day. And because Tuesday is called after Kuja/Mangala, the God of War, it is considered unlucky to begin a new deal. Why is Friday seen as auspicious by Hindus? Because it is supposed to be a rest day for gods and humans alike.
According to Hindu mythology, on every Friday Shiva sleeps so that he can rejuvenate himself. This is why many businesses will close on Friday so that they don't have to worry about doing any more work over the weekend.
In India, when someone wants to show generosity they won't give money on Monday or Thursday, they will give on Friday. This is why most Indian banks and financial institutions are closed on those days.
The word "sabbath" comes from Sanskrit: sabha + bahudaka, which means "the night before something important". According to some scholars, the Sabbath was originally designed to provide Israel with a period of rest after a week of labor and preparation for major religious events.
But the Israelites did not keep the sabbath as a weekly day of rest, instead they kept it as an annual event held in accordance with their religious practices at that time.