Amavasya August 2016 date, Time of Amavasai

No Moon day or Amavasya in August 2016 is Shravan Amavasya in North India. Amavasya August 2016 date is August 2. This is Ashada Amavasya in Marathi, Kannada, Telugu and Marathi calendars. Amavasya time in August 2016 It starts at 3.14 AM on August 2 and ends at 2.14 AM on 3 August. This Amavasya marks the end of […]

Shravan Amavasya: Amavasya in Shravan Month

Shravan Amavasya is the No Moon day in Shravan month. Shravan Amavasya is observed as Pithori Amavasya in North India and Polala Amavasya in Andhra Pradesh. In 2016, Shravan Amavasya date is August 2 in North Indian Hindi calendars and where it is on September 1 as per Marathi, Kannada, Gujarati, and Telugu calendars. Pola or Bail […]

Aadi Amavasai 2016 (Aadi Amavasya 2016 date, Time)

Aadi Amavasai or Aadi Amavasya is the No Moon day in Aadi month (August) as per Tamil calendar. In 2016, Aadi Amavasai date is August 2. Aadi Amavasai is dedicated to forefathers and dead ancestors.  Amavasya is considered very auspicious day in Tamil calendar and Aadi Amavasya is highly auspicious. Aadi Amavasai 2016 date in USA […]

Gatari Amavasya 2016, Gatari Festival in Maharashtra

Gatari Amavasya, most popularly known as Gatari, is a Marathi regional festival celebrated especially in Maharashtra and some parts of Goa. In 2016, Gatari Amavasya date is August 2. Gatari Amavasya falls on Ashad Amavasya, the No Moon day in Ashad Maas in Marathi calendar. Gatari is a celebration of joy and festivity. On Gatari […]

Polala Amavasya 2016, Poleramma Vratham in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana

Polala Amavasya is an important vratham dedicated to Goddess Poleramma. It is observed on Shravana Amavasya, No Moon day in Shravana masam in Andhra Pradesh. In 2016, Polala Amavasya date is August 31. Married women observe Polala Amavasya vratam for better health and longer life of their children. Goddess Poleramma or Pochamma is known as […]

Ashada Amavasya Pithru Tharpan & Pinda Pradhan Rituals

Ashada Amavasya is highly auspicious day for Pithru tharpan. Though every Amavasya day is important to pay our respect to our ancestors, Ashada Amavasya has every kind of significance for Pitru Tharpanam and Pinda Pradhanam. In 2016, as per the North Indian Hindi calendars, the date of Ashada Amavasya is July 4. In Marathi, Gujarati, […]

Hariyali Amavasya Celebrations, Shravan Amavasya Mela and Fairs

Hariyali Amavasya or Haryali Amavasya is the Amavasya (No Moon day) during Shrawan Maas as per North Indian calendars. Hariyali Amavasya marks the beginning of monsoon and the greenery. In 2016, Hariyali Amavasya date is August 2. It falls on Ashada Amavasya in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Gujarat calendars. Haryali Amavasya melas or fairs are […]

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, […]

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 […]

Amavasya May 2016 date, Time

Amavasya or No Moon in Hinduism is an important day. Amavasya May 2015 date is May 18 May, Wednesday. Amavasya time in May 2016 – it starts at 4.46 AM on 6 May and ends on 7 May at 00.59 AM. This Amavasya is Vaishakh Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendars. It is Chaitra Amavasya in Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, and Gujarati calendars. […]