Amavasya in February 2023, No Moon, is known as Phalgun Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendars. Amavasya February 2023 date is February 19-20, Sunday-Monday.
It is Magha Amavasya as per Marathi, Gujarati, Telugu, and Kannada calendars.
Holy dip or performing punya snan on this Amavasya in Triveni Sangam of Allahabad, Haridwar, and Varanasi is highly meritorious.
Amavasya February 2023 Time
Amavasya in February 2023 begins at 4.18 PM on 19 February and ends at 12.35 PM on 20 February.
Amavasya of February 2023 marks the end of Magh Month (Magha Masam) in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh whereas it marks the end of Krishna Paksha in Phalgun Month in North India calendars.
It is also popular as Maasi Amavasai in Tamil Nadu; Kumbh Maasa Amavasya in Kerala calendar; Phagun Maas Amabashya in Bengali Panjika; Falgun Maas Amavas in Nepali Patri.
Panchang, 20 February 2023 – Amavasya
Suryodayam (Sunrise) : 06:39 AM
Suryastama (Sunset) : 06:09 PM
Chandrodayam (Moonrise) : 06:47 AM
Chandrastama (Moonset) : 06:19 PM
Tithi : Amavasya upto 12:35 PMPratipada
Nakshatra : Dhanishtha upto 11:46 AMShatabhisha
Yoga : Nagava upto 12:35 PM Kinstughna upto 10:47 PM Bava
Karana : Parigha upto 11:03 AM Shiva
Weekday : Somawara
Paksha : Krishna Paksha
Shaka Samvat : 1944 Shubhakruth
Chandramasa : Phalguna – Purnimanta Magha – Amanta
Vikram Samvat : 2079 Rakshasa
Gujarati Samvat : 2079 Aananda
Abhijit Muhurat : 12:01 PM to 12:47 PM
Amrit Kalam : 02:38 AM, Feb 21 to 04:03 AM, Feb 21
Time to avoid:
Rahu Kalam : 08:06 AM to 09:32 AM
Yamaganda : 10:58 AM to 12:24 PM
Gulikai Kalam : 01:50 PM to 03:16 PM
Dur Muhurtam : 12:47 PM to 01:33 PM 03:05 PM to 03:51 PM
Varjyam : 06:08 PM to 07:33 PM