Amavasya is June 2022 is Ashada Amavasya (No Moon in Ashad Maas) in North Indian Hindi calendars and Jyeshta Amavasya (Amavasya in Jyeshta Mahina) in Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, and Telugu calendars.
Amavasya June 2022 date is June 28-29. Amavasya Time – begins at 5.52 AM on 28 June and ends at 8.21 AM on 29 June. Amavasya, the No Moon day in Hinduism, is considered as important day for Shraddh Tharpan, other Shraddh karma and offering donations to Brahmins.
Amavasya of June 2022 is the last day for Jyeshta Month in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. In other North Indian Hindu calendars, it marks the end of Krishna Paksha in Ashad Month and on the next day Shukla Paksha of Ashada Mahina begins.
This No Moon day is Aani Amavasai in Tamil calendar, Midhuna Maasa Amavasya (Karthuvavu) in Malayalam calendar, Aashar Maash Aamabashya in Bengali Panjika.
Panchang, Amavasya June 2022 – 28 June
Suryodayam (Sunrise) : 05:27 AM
Suryastama (Sunset) : 07:00 PM
Chandrodayam (Moonrise) : 05:18 AM, Jun 29
Chandrastama (Moonset) : 06:36 PM
Tithi : Chaturdashi upto 05:52 AMAmavasya
Nakshatra : Mrigashirsha upto 07:05 PMArdra
Karana : Shakuni upto 05:52 AMChatushpada upto 07:06 PMNagava
Yoga : Ganda upto 07:48 AMVriddhi
Weekday : Mangalawara
Paksha : Krishna Paksha
Shaka Samvatsaram : 1944 Shubhakrutha
Chandramasa : Ashada Maas – Purnimanta; Jyeshta Maas – Amanta
Vikram Samvat : 2079 Rakshasa
Gujarati Samvat : 2078 Pramadi
Abhijit Muhurat : 11:46 AM to 12:41 PM
Amrita Kalam : 09:10 AM to 10:58 AM
Time to avoid:
Rahu Kalam : 03:37 PM to 05:18 PM
Yamaganda : 08:50 AM to 10:32 AM
Gulikai Kalam : 12:13 PM to 01:55 PM
Dur Muhurtam : 08:10 AM to 09:04 AM 11:11 PM to 11:53 PM
Varjyam : 04:33 AM, Jun 29 to 06:22 AM, Jun 29