Amavasya in November 2013, Diwali Amavasya – Last Day of Vikram Samvat 2069 Year

Amavasya in November 2013 is observed as Kartik Amavasya as per North Indian calendars. It is the last day and marks the ending of Vikram Samvat Year 2069. In November 2013, Amavasya date is 3 November.

Time of Amavasya November 2013

Amavasya begins at 8.04 PM on 2nd November and ends at 6.12 PM on 3rd November.

This day is considered as Ashwin Amavasya according to Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka calendars. It is considered as Diwali Amavasya in all Hindu calendars.

On the next day of this Amavasya, Govardhan Puja and Annakut Puja are performed. The same day, Gujaratis celebrate their New Year Day known as Nutan Varsh or Bestu Varsh.

Kartik Amavasya is very auspicious for North Indian people who observe this day as Pitrukarya Amavasya. On this day, Pitru karma or rituals related to Pinda Daan are performed along the River banks of Ganga, Brahmaputra, Yamuna and Mahanadi.

Amavasya in November 2013 marks the end of Gujarati Vikram Samvat 2069 year and the next day, Kartik Sud 1, heralds the Gujarati New Year 2013 – 2014 (Gujarati year Vikram samvatsar 2070).

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  1. Shiv Sharma says:

    Hello Hindupad,
    I do not understand the logistics of celebrating new year in India. Some parts or states celebrate during RamNaumi while some during Diwali. Which is the correct one , both cannot be correct. If things stays like that then there will never be peace in India or even in the whole world coz Indians are every where.
    Regards