According to Vedic astrology, each day of the week is associated with a graha (excluding chaaya grahas, Rahu, and Ketu). Mars is the owner of Tuesday (Mangal). On the other hand, if Tuesday falls on the day of Chitta nakshatra, it is HIGHLY fortunate (star). Otherwise, it is FULL OF PROBLEMS (star).
As per Hindu mythology, Monday is considered as the day of the sun while Sunday is the day of the moon. The rest of the days are considered as half-days. This concept comes from the fact that the moon takes 26 days to orbit around the earth. So, there are 13 lunar months in a year. These months are called "shukla paksha" which means "white time". The remaining 13 months are called "Krishna paksha" meaning "blue time".
In English language countries, some people may call Tuesday the "Moonlight Night". If you look up the reason behind this name, you will find out that it is because at night, when the moon is out, you can see its glow in the sky.
The word "lunar" comes from Latin word "Luna" which means "moon". As we know, the moon has an influence on all types of activities including love, marriage, health, and career.
The day of the planet Mars is Tuesday. Tuesday is the day of Lord Hanuman in Hinduism. Worshiping him on this day removes all pain and bestows his benefits on our life. Do you know that there are several activities that are considered unlucky on Tuesdays? Yes, it's true. Apparently, this is because the Roman Catholic Church doesn't consider Lord Jesus Christ to be part of their faith. Therefore, they don't worship Him on Tuesday. Instead, they worship His mother Mary.
In addition, Spanish Catholics don't pray to the Virgin Mary on Tuesday. They only pray to Jesus Christ on this day. This is because Spain was colonized by the Spanish Empire which included Mexico and South America. When these countries converted to Catholicism, they kept the Sunday as their main prayer day. However, they added another day - Monday - so they could also pray for the dead. This is why Spanish Catholics don't pray to the Virgin Mary on Tuesday but instead, they pray to Jesus Christ on this day.
Finally, Chinese Catholics don't celebrate Mass on Tuesday because that's the day the Pope visits the United States. On that day, there will not be a Pope present at the Mass so it's considered invalid.
However, despite all these differences, most Catholics around the world do worship on Tuesdays. This is because the Holy Father has decided these are the only days when churches can receive Holy Communion.
Giving or receiving a loan on a Monday is regarded particularly auspicious since the day's ruling Goddess is Goddess Parvati and the ruling planet is the Moon. Tuesday is controlled by Mars, which many people believe is a malevolent planet. Mars is a fiery, restless, and spiteful planet. It causes problems for those who work with it, especially in business. Those who are born under this sign are given temperaments that reflect this nature - ambitious, aggressive, and competitive. Those who die under this sign were probably not nice people to have around when you lived your life according to the principles of Mars.
The best time to give or receive a loan is between 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. since loan sharks operate during normal business hours. However, if you cannot sleep due to financial stress, then giving away money now will help you to cope with the situation at a lower energy level. Monday is considered an excellent day because it is associated with success and prosperity.
Tuesday is related with the planet Mars in astrology, and the two have the same sign. So, people who know a lot about planets should say that you are both practical and understanding.
Mars also rules over red blood cells and bone marrow, therefore, those who are healthy and active both mentally and physically will tend to have more opportunities than others. Also, because Mars is the god of war, those who work with their hands will find employment in projects related to warfare or defense.
In religion, Tuesday is the holy day of Mars, the Roman god of war. It is his birthday, which falls on the 17th of February every year. People then used to make offerings on this day by burning objects such as corn or incense in honor of Mars.
The English language doesn't have an exact translation for Tuesday, but it can be called "Martes" in Spanish, "Mardi" in French, and "Mandag" in danish.