Divasi Amavasy 2015, Divasi Gauri Puja on Ashada Amavasya in Karnataka

Divasi Amavasya is observed on Amavasya in Ashada masa in some places of Karnataka. Divasi Gauri Puja is the main ritual to observe on this No Moon day. In 2015, Divasi Amavasya date is August 14. Diwasi Amavasy begins in the evening on August 13 and ends in the midnight on 14 August. Divasi Gowri Puja is […]

Somvati Amavasya Snan in Haridwar and Prayag Sangam

Somvati Amavasya is the No Moon day that falls on Somavar or Monday. On Somvati Amavasya day, Punya Snan or holy dip is performed by devotees in Haridwar and Prayag Triveni Sangam. Ganga Snan is considered as utmost auspicious during Somvati. Tens of thousands of devotees converge along the river banks of Ganga on Amavasya. […]

Somvati Amavasya Sankalp Mantra, Sankalpa Mantram to chant on Somavathi Amavasya

Somvati Amavasya is the most auspicious Amavasya day to worship Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, and Pitru Devatas or dead ancestors. Somavathi Amavasya, also known as Ama Somvar Vrata, was observed by King Yudhistira to get noble successors for his dynasty. Sankalpa Mantra for Somvati Amavasya puja is the most auspicious prayer to chant which is […]

Somvati Amavasya, Amavas on Somavar: Importance & spiritual significance

Somvati Amavasya, Amavas which falls on Somvar (Monday), is considered as auspicious day for Hindu devotees. Significance of Somvati Amavasya – Somvati Amavas Mahatmya: The importance and significance of Somvati Amavasya is narrated by Bhishma to Dharma Raj in the Mahabharat. Devotees believe that taking a holy dip in sacred rivers such as Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, […]

Bhauka Amavasya

Bhauka Amavasya is observed on Vaishakh Amavasya in Goa and some places of Maharashtra. In 2015, Bhauka Amavasya date is May 18. Vaishakha Amavasya is also referred to as Bhauka Amavasya according to Dharmasindhu, a literary work of 17th century. On this particular day, Goddess Bhauka (Goddess of Earth) is worshipped. Goddess Bhagavati is also […]

Jyeshta Amavasya 2015, Vat Amavasya Vrat

Jyeshta Amavasya, the No Moon day in Jyeshta month, is also known as Vat Savitri Amavasya. Vat Amavasya Vrat is the major austerity of the month in various Hindu communities of Bengal, Orissa, Assam, Jharkhand, etc. In 2015, Jyeshta Amavasya or Vat Savitri Amavasya Vrat date is May 18 in North Indian calendar except Marathi […]

Amavasya May 2015 date, Time

Amavasya May 2015 date, Time of Amavasya in May 2015. When is Amavasya in May 2015? Timings of Amavasya in May 2015. Amavasya or No Moon in Hinduism is an important day. Amavasya May 2015 date is May 18 May, Wednesday. Amavasya time in May 2015 – it starts at 11.59 AM on 17 May and ends on […]

Amavasya April 2015 date, Time

Amavasya or No Moon day in April 2015 is Vaishakha Amavasya / Chaitra Amavasya in Hindu calendar. Amavasya April 2015 date is April 18, Saturday as per Indian Standard Time. It is Vaishakh Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendar and is Chaitra Amavasya in Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, and Gujarati calendars. As it falls on Shanivar […]

Chaitra Amavasya 2015

Chaitra Amavasya is the No Moon day in Chaitra month as per Hindu calendar. In 2015, Chaitra Amavasya date is March 20 in North Indian Hindi calendar. As per Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, and Telugu Calendars Chaitra Amavasya 2015 date is April 18. March 2015 Amavasya is Panguni Amavasya in Tamil calendar and Meena Masa Amavasya […]

March 2015 Amavasya Tharpanam Sankalpam Mantras

Amavasya Sankalpa Mantras – 19|20 march 2015. The No Moon of March 2015 is Chaitra Amavasya, Phalguna Amavasya, Panguni Amavasai, Meena Maasa Karthu Vavu, Falgun Maas Amabashya as per North Indian Hindi calendars, Amavasyant Panchang, Tamil calendars, Malayalam and Bengali calendars respectively. Mantras for Bodhayana Amavasya – 19 March 2015 Jaya nama samvathsare ,Utharayane , Shishira rithou, meena […]

Amavasya February 2015 date, Time

Amavasya in February 2015, No Moon, is known as Falgun Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendars. Amavasya February 2015 date is February 18, Wednesday. It is Magh Amavasya as per Marathi, Gujarati, Telugu, and Kannada calendars (Magha Amavasya). Holy dip or performing punya snan on this Amavasya in Triveni Sangam of Allahabad, Haridwar, and Varanasi is highly […]

February 2015 Amavasya Tharpanam Sankalpam Mantras

February 2015 Amavasya Tharpanam Sankalpam Mantras are given here. In February 2015, Amavasya date is 18 February / 19 February. 18 February 2015 – Sarva Amavasya Jaya nama samvathsare ,Utharayane , Shishira rithou, khumba mase , Krishna pakshe, adhya amavasyam punya thidhou , Budha vasara yukthayam, Danishta nakshatra yukthayam, shubhayoga, shubhaKarana evam guna viseshena, visishtayam […]

Chollangi Amavasya 2015, Pushya Masa Amavasya

Chollangi Amavasya is observed on Pushya Masa Amavasya, the No Moon day in Pushya masam, in Andhra Pradesh. In 2015, Chollangi Amavasya date is January 20. Chollangi is a holy place where the River Godavari flows into the sea, the Bay of Bengal (Bangala Khatham in Telugu). It lies on one of the seven mouths […]

January 2015 Amavasya Tharpanam Sankalpam Mantras

Here are the January 2015 Amavasya Tharpanam Sankalpam Mantras for Bodhayana Amavasya and Sarva Amavasya. 19 January 2015 is Bodhayana Amavasai and 20th is Sarva Amavasya. 19 January 2015 Bodhayana Amavasya Mantras Jaya nama samvathsare ,Utharayane , hemantha rithou, makara mase , Krishna pakshe, adhya Chathurdasyam punya thidhou , soma vasara yukthayam, Poorvashada nakshatra yukthayam, shubhayoga, […]

Amavasya January 2015 date, Timings of Amavasai

Amavasya is the No Moon or New Moon day in Hindu calendar. It also marks the end of a Month in Amavasyant calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. In January 2015, Amavasya date is January 20, Tuesday. It is Magh Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendars and Paush Amavasya in Amavasyant Panchangams. This No […]

Mauni Amavasya 2015 | Mauna Amavasya

Mauni Amavasya, also known as Mauna Amavasya, is observed on the No Moon day in Magha month (January – February). In 2015, Mauni Amavasya date is January 20. Magh Mela is celebrated during the Magh month and it is one of the most auspicious days to perform ritual bath at Triveni Sangam or Prayag at […]