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Purnima October 2019 date, Time

Purnima October 2019 is known as Ashwin Purnima, Sharad Purnima, Kojagari Purnima, Kumar Purnima. Purnima October 2019 date is October 13.

Time of Purnima in October 2019

Purnima begins on 13 October at 00.36 AM and ends at 2.37 AM on 15 October.

This Purnima is celebrated as Sharad Poonam in Gujarat, Rajasthan and many other Western parts of India.

In Maharashtra, it is Kojagari Lakshmi Puja. In Bengal also, Lakshmi Puja is observed on this day. Kojagari Lakshmi Puja is observed on 5th October this year.

Kumar Purnima is the name of this full moon in Odisha. Gajalakshmi Vrat is observed on this day in Orissa.

This Purnima marks the end of Ashwin month in North Indian Hindi calendars and the following day is the Krishna Paksha Pratipada in Kartik Month.

It falls in Aippasi Masam of Tamil Panchangam, Thulam Masam in Malayalam Calendar, Kartik Mash in Bengali Panjika and Kartik Maas in Nepali Patri.

Panchang, Purnima October 2019 – 13 October

Suryodayam (Sunrise) 06:26 Suryastamaya (Sunset) 17:59
Chandrodayam (Moonrise)18:03 Chandrastama (Moonset)00:00

Today’s Panchangam
Paksha (Fortnight) Shukla Paksha
Tithi (Lunar Day) Purnima – 26:37*
Nakshatra Uttara Bhadrapada – 07:53
Yoga Vyaghata – 28:43*
Karana Bava – 26:37*

Today’s Panchang
Purnimanta Month Ashwin
Amavasyanta Month Ashwin
Shaka Samvatsara: Vikari
Vikram Samvat Varsha: Paridhavi
Rahu Kalam: 16:33 – 17:59
Gulika Kalam: 15:06 – 16:33
Yama Gandam: 12:13 – 13:39

Today’s Rashi
Ravi Rashi (Sun Sign) Kanya
Chandra Rashi (Moon Sign) Meena

Auspicious Time
Amrita Kalam
Abhijit: 11:49 – 12:36

Time to Avoid
Varjyam Kalam 21:07 – 22:53
Durmuhurthams: 16:27 – 17:13

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  1. saru says:

    what is 25.20 hours??????? is it 1.20 hours the next day or WHAT?? i’m confused

    • Naveen Sanagala says:

      Yes 25.20 hrs means 1.20 AM next day… But as per Hindu calendar, a day is from sunrise to next sunrise.. That is why we consider time like this…