Amavasya in September 2013 is known as Bhadrapad Amavasya, Shravana Amavasya. Amavasya September 2013 date is September 5. It is No Moon day in Shravan Month as per Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati & Kannada calendars and in Bhadrapad month in North Indian Hindi calendars.
Time of Amavasya September 2013
Amavasya begins at 4.14 PM on 4th September (Wednesday – Budhavara) and ends at 4.58 PM on 5th September 2013 (Thursday – Guruvara).
This Amavasya is observed as Polala Amavasya in Andhra Pradesh and some parts of Karnataka; Pitori Amavasya / Bail Pola Amavasya in North Indian states.
Amavasya of September 2013 marks the end of Shravan Month 2013 in Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Goa and Gujarati calendars (Amavasyant Panchanga). It indicates the conclusion of Krishna Paksha in Bhadrapada Month according to North Indian Hindi calendars (Purnimant Panchang).
Daily Panchangam on 5 September 2013
Tithi Amavaasya Ends at 16:58
Nakshatram Makha (Magha) Ends at 06:15
Kimstughna Karana Ends at 29:14, Naga (Nagava) Karana Ends at 16:58
Siddha Yogam Ends at 20:25
Abhijit Muhurta: 12:01:00 - 12:49:00
Time to Avoid
Varjyam Kalam 39:39 - 41:18 Duration: 01:39
Rahu Kalam: 13:58:45 - 15:32:30
Gulika Kalam: 09:17:30 - 10:51:15
Yama Gandam: 06:10:00 - 07:43:45
Durmuhurthams: 10:20:00 - 11:10:00
Durmuhurthams: 15:20:00 - 16:10:00
Time of Amavasya September 2012
Amavasya starts at 9.42 AM on September 15 and ends at 7.41 AM on 16 September 2012.
Mahalaya Pitru Tharpan & Mahalaya Durga Puja are the most observed rituals on this day. Lakhs of devotees observe holy bath in River Ganga.
Amavasya of September 2012 marks the end of Adhik Bhadrapad Amavasya in Marathi, Gujarati, Telugu & Kannada Panchangas. It is also considered auspicious for Pithru Tharpan rituals.