Ashada Masam 2022 in Telugu Calendar | Ashadamasam 2022 dates

Ashada masam (Ashadamasam) is the 4th month in Telugu calendar of Andhra Pradesh & Telangana. In 2022, Ashada masam starts on June 30 and ends on July 28 as per the Telugu Panchangam. Similar dates are observed as Ashada masa in Kannada, Marathi, and Gujarat Amavasyant Chandramana Panchanga.

Ashada Masa Shukla Paksham begins on June 30 and ends July 13.

Ashada Masa Bahula Paksham begins on July 14 and ends on July 28.

Ashada maasam is considered as inauspicious for any shubhakaryam such as marriage, upanayanam, nischitartham (engagement ceremony), Gruhapravesham (house warming ceremony), etc. During Ashada masam, newly married couple stays away from each other.

Tholi Ekadashi (Shayana Ekadashi or Maha Ekadasi), Chaturmasa Vratarambham, Veda Vyasa Purnima or Guru Purnima, and Secunderabad Bonalu Jatara are the major festivals celebrated during Ashada month in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

Major Festivals in Ashada masam 2022 are

Ashada Navratri begins – 30 June 2022

Bonalu begins in Telangana – 30 June 2022

Ashada Masa Chandroday – 30 June 2022

Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra 2022 – 1 July 2022

Skanda Panchami – 4 July 2022

Kumara Shashti – 4 July 2022

Vivaswata Saptami – 6 July 2022

Mahishasura Mardhini Puja – 7 July 2022

Aindri Devi Puja – 8 July 2022

Lakshmi Vrata Arambham – 9 July 2022, Shaka Vrata Arambham

Devashayani Ekadashi – 10 July 2022

Chaturmasa Vrat Arambham – 10 July 2022

Gopadma Vrata – 10 July 2022

Vasudeva Dwadashi – 11 July 2022

Vyasa Pournami, Guru Pournami – 13 July 2022

Kokila Vrata – 13 July 2022

Secunderabad Mahankali Jathara – 17 July 2022 (Bonalu Jathara)

Aadi Krittika – 23 July 2022

Kamika Ekadashi – 24 July 2022

Masa Shivaratri – 26 July 2022

Gurupushya Yogam – 27 July 2022

Ashad Amavasya – 28 July 2022, Chukkala Amavasya

Tithis & dates in Ashada Masam 2022

30 June 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Pratipada

1 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Dwitiya

2 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Tritiya

3 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Chaturthi

4 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Panchami

5 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Shashti

6 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Saptami

7 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Ashtami

8 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Navami

9 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Dashami

10 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Ekadashi

11 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Dwadashi

12 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Shukla Trayodashi | Chaturdashi

13 July 2022 – Ashada Purnima

14 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Pratipada

15 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Dwitiya | Tritiya

16 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Tritiya

17 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Chaturthi

18 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Panchami

19 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Shashti

20 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Saptami

21 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Ashtami

22 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Navami

23 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Dashami

24 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Ekadashi

25 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Dwadashi

26 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Trayodashi

27 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Krishna Chaturdashi

28 July 2022 – Ashada Masam Amavasya

Ashada Masam in Previous Years

In 2021, Ashada masam starts on July 11 and ends on August 8.

In 2020, Ashada masam starts on June 22 and ends on July 20.

In 2019, Ashada masam starts on July 3 and ends on August 1.

In 2018, Ashada masam starts on July 13 and ends on August 11.

In 2017, Ashada masam starts on June 24 and ends on July 23 as per the Telugu Panchangam.

In 2016, Ashada masam starts on July 5 and ends on August 2 as per the Telugu Panchangam.

In 2015, Ashada masam starts on July 17 and ends on August 14 as per the Telugu Panchangam.

In 2014, Ashada masam starts on June 28 and ends on July 26 as per the Telugu Panchangam. Similar dates are observed as Ashada masa in Kannada, Marathi, and Gujarat Amavasyant Chandramana Panchanga.

In 2013, Ashada masam starts on July 9 and ends on August 6 as per the Telugu Panchangam.

In 2012, Ashada masam starts on June 20 and ends on July 19 as per the Telugu Panchangam.

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  1. R SRINIVASA MURTHY says:

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  2. Varadarajan Seshamani says:

    Is Ashada considered inauspicious to start anything new?
    Are there days during Ashada when it is considered OK for commencement of some activities and what are these days and activities.
    There are differences between the Tamil, Telegu, Kannada and other calenders, in terms of interpretation, but all these arise from the same roots in terms of astrological significance and mythological events; please let me know how one reconciles all these differences.
    Thanks

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    PL.Notify the ‘Aashda Bahula Navami’ day that falls in july 2022