Today is the Dwadashi Tithi (Day 12), Vaishakha, Shukla Paksha (waxing or bright phase of the Lunar cycle), and Shukrawar (Friday). So observe the Shukrawar vrat. And do the following:Worship Lord Vishnu and Goddess LakshmiRead the Shri SuktVisit a temple, seek the blessings of Lord Vishnu and read the Shri Vishnu SahasranammYou may also recite the AranyakandPerform Rudrabhishek in a temple by offering milk, Gangajal, honey and Vilva leaves to Lord ShivaDo the stuti of Goddess DurgaDonate food and essentials.You may also observe a vrat to pay tributes to Lord Vishnu and Devi Lakshmi.The Sun (Surya) shall remain exalted at the Mesha Rashi (Aries), while the Moon shall be at the Kanya Rashi (Virgo). And the Hasta Nakshatra will remain in effect.Therefore, read on to know the sunrise (Suryoday), sunset (Suryast) timings, shubh (auspicious), ashubh (inauspicious) muhurat, rahu kaal, and other details of Aaj ka Panchang, May 13, 2022.Today's Panchang, May 13, 2022 Day May 13, 2022, Shukrawar (Friday) Tithi Dwadashi Tithi (Day 12) Paksha Shukla Paksha (waxing or bright phase of the moon) Month Vaishakha Sunrise 5:33 AM Sunset 7:05 PM Nakshatra Hasta Nakshatra Surya Rashi Mesha Rashi (Aries) Chandra Rashi Kanya Rashi (Virgo) Karan Bava Yog Vanij Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time) Abhijeet Muhurat 11:53 AM to 12:47 PM Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time) Vijaya Muhurat 2:32 PM to 3:25 PM Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time) Godhuli Muhurat 6:42 PM to 7:08 PM Ashubh Muhurat (Inauspicious time) Rahu Kaal 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM What is a Panchang?The Panchang is a calendar based on the traditional units of the Hindu timekeeping system that documents all the day's significant time (muhurat and kaal), including the Nakshatra that remains in effect besides sunrise, moonrise timings and several other details.In addition, the Panchang notes the Tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga, Karana and Vaar.Hindus follow the Lunar and the Solar calendars to determine significant events and dates. Interestingly, the Lunar calendar can be classified into Purnimant and Amavasyant.The former is based on the Lunar cycle that ends with the Full Moon Day (Purnima), while the latter is influenced by the Lunar phase that ends with the New Moon Day (Amavasya).