Amavasya August 2013 date, Time of No Moon in August 2013

No Moon day or Amavasya in August 2013 is Shravan Amavasya in North India. Amavasya August 2013 date is August 6, Tuesday. This is Ashada Amavasya in Marathi, Kannada, Telugu and Marathi calendars.

Amavasya time in August 2013: it starts at 1.28 AM on August 6 and ends at 3.15 AM on 7th August.

August 2013 Amavasya marks the end of Ashada month in Amavasyant Chandramana Panchangams (Hindu lunar calendars). It is also observed as Hariyali Amavasya in North India; Chukkala Amavasya Gauri Vratham in Andhra Pradesh; Bhimana Amavasya Pathi Sanjivani Vratham (Divasi Amavasya Gauri Puja) in Karnataka; Gatari Amavasya in Maharashtra. Deepa Pooja is also observed on this day.

August 2013 Amavasai falls in Aadi Masam in Tamil Calendar and in Karkidakam Month in Malayalam calendar. Tamil people observe it as ‘Aadi Amavasai’ whereas Malayali people celebrate it as Karkadika Vavubali.

It coincides with Shraban Mash Aamabashya in Bengali calendar.

Amavasya in August 2013 date in USA – as per Hawaii, CST, EST, PST & MST – August 6th

Amavasya in August 2013 date in UK & Europe – August 6th

Amavasya in August 2013 date in UAE & Gulf countries - August 6th

Amavasya in August 2013 date in Singapore - August 6th

Amavasya in August 2013 date in Malaysia - August 6th

Amavasya in August 2013 date in Australia - August 7th

Amavasya in August 2013 date in New Zealand –  August 7th

Amavasya in August 2012

No Moon day or Amavasya in August 2012 is Adhik Bhadrapad Amavasya in North India. Amavasya August 2012 date is August 17, Friday. Amavasya time in August 2012: it starts at 10.04 PM on August 16 and ends at 9.24 PM on August 17. This Amavasya is Shravan Amavasya in Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, and Gujarati calendars.

August 2012 Amavasya marks the end of Shravan month in Amavasyant Chandramana Panchangams (Hindu lunar calendars). It is also observed as Shravan Shukravar vrat, MahaLakshmi Pujan, Jara Jeevantika Vrat (Jiviti Puja).

It is the last day of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month in Hindi calendars. It is Avani Amavasya in Tamil calendar.

Polala Amavasya is observed in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka on Amavasya in August 2012. It is also observed as Pola or Bail Pola in Maharashtra and some other North Indian Hindi calendars.

August 2012 Amavasai falls in Aavani Masam in Tamil Calendar and in Chingam Month in Malayalam calendar. It coincides with Shraban Mash Aamabashya in Bengali calendar.

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