Amavasya June 2018 date, Time

Amavasya is June 2018 is Adhik Jyeshta Amavasya (No Moon in Purushottam Maas) in North Indian Hindi calendars and Adhika Jyeshta Amavasya (Amavasya in Adhika Jyeshta mahina) in Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, and Telugu calendars. Amavasya June 2018 date is June 13. Amavasya Time – begins at 4.33 AM on 13 June and ends at 1.13 AM […]

Amavasya Vrat Katha | Story of Acchoda & Barhisada Pitrs

As per the Vishnu Dharma Shastra, there is a special mention regarding Amavasya as the day largely marked for souls of the forefathers or the Pitrus. This particular day is widely dedicated to the worship or remembrance of the forefathers. The day is also marked for performing the rites, rituals and prayer for the departed […]

Shani Amavasya 2018 | Shanaischari Amavasya

Shani Amavasya is a No Moon day which falls on Shanivar, Saturday. It is very auspicious to perform Shiva Pujan, Shani Pujan, Navagraha Pujan, Hanuman Pujan, Devi Puja and Pitru Tharpanam. In 2018, Shani Amavasya falls twice – in March and August. Shani Amavasya – 17 March 2018 This Shani Amavasya is Falgun Amavasya as […]

Amavasya 2018 | Amavasya Vrat dates

There are 12 Amavasya in 2018 – one in each month as per Gregorian calendar. Amavasya has great significance in Hindu rituals and Hindu calendar. Ashada Amavasya is referred to as Chukkala Amavasya; Shravana Amavasya is celebrated as Polala Amavasya (Bail Pola), Bhadrapada / Ashwin Amavasya is observed as Mahalaya Amavasya (Sarva Pitru Amavasya). Somvati […]

Shani Amavasya – 18 November 2017

Shani Amavasya is a No Moon day which falls on Shanivar, Saturday. 18 November 2017 is Shani Amavasya. Shani Amavasya – 18 November 2017 This Shani Amavasya is Kartika Amavasya as per the Amavasyant Panchangam followed in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Gujarat. It is Margashirsha Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendars (Purnimant […]

Bhanu Amavasya | Bhanuvara Amavasya

Bhanu Amavasya (Bhanuvara Amavasya) is the No Moon which falls on Sunday. It has some special significance in Hinduism. In 2018, Bhanu Amavasya falls on 9 September. In 2018, Bhadrapada Amavasya falls on 9 September (It is ‘Shravana Amavasya’ as per Amavasyant Panchangams). Bhanu Amavasya is an auspicious day for Surya Puja and the Surya […]

Amavasya 2017 | Amavasya Vrat

There are 12 Amavasya in 2017 – one in each month and twice in September. Amavasya has great significance in Hindu rituals and Hindu calendar. Ashada Amavasya is referred to as Chukkala Amavasya; Shravana Amavasya is celebrated as Polala Amavasya (Bail Pola), Bhadrapada / Ashwin Amavasya is observed as Mahalaya Amavasya (Sarva Pitru Amavasya). Somvati […]

Amavasya Upavas, Fasting on No Moon

Why is Amavasya Upavaas, Fasting on Amavasya (No Moon) performed? What is the importance of Amavasya Upvaas Vrat? According to the Hindu religious calendar, the Amavasya, the new moon night perfectly falls at the starting of new lunar month that is lasting for about 30 days. It is to be noted that this particular calendar […]

Amavasya 2015 | Amavasai 2015 dates

List of Amavasya 2015 dates is given here. Amavasya 2015 calendar begins with Magha Amavasya and ends with Margashirsha Amavasya. There are 12 Amavasya in 2015 – one in each month. Amavasya has great significance in Hinduism. Ashada Amavasya is referred to as Chukkala Amavasya; Shravana Amavasya is celebrated as Polala Amavasya (Bail Pola), Bhadrapada […]

Amavasya, 27 June 2014

Today, 27 June 2014 is Amavasya (Ashada Amavasya, Jyeshta Amavasya, Aani Amavasai, Midhuna Maasa Vavu, Ashar Amabashya). Amavasya June 2014 date is June 27. Amavasya Time – begins at 12.07 PM on 26th June and ends at 1.38 PM on 28th June . Amavasya is June 2014 is Jyeshta Amavasya (No Moon in Ashada Month) in […]

Amavasya, 30 January 2014

Today, 30 January 2014 is Amavasya (Mauni Amavasya, Magha Amavasya, Pausha Amavasya). This Amavasya is also observed as Mauna Vrat in North Indian places. This Amavasya is referred to as Magh Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendars. Mauna Amavasya coincides with Paush Amavasya in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Maharashtra. This Amavasya is considered a […]

Amavasya, 1 January 2014

January 1, 2014 is Amavasya (Today). Amavasya is the No Moon in Hindu Calendar. It is Paush Amavasya, Margashirsha Amavasya, Margazhi Amavasya, Dhanu Maasa Amavasya. As per North Indian Hindi calendars, this Amavasya falls in Paush Month and in Amavasyant calendars it is Margashirsha Month. In Malayalam calendar, this Amavasya is Dhanu Maasa Amavasya and […]

Amavasya 2014, Amavasai 2014 dates

Amavasya 2014, Amavasya 2014 dates, No Moon in 2014, Amavasai 2014 List, Amavasya 2014 Calendar. The year 2014 begins with Paush Amavasya. Timings of New Moon in 2014. Amavasya is highly auspicious for Pitru Tharpanam, Pinda Daan and other rituals related to dead ancestors. There are 13 Amavasya in 2014 – two each in January […]

Amavasya, 5 September 2013 (Today)

Today, 5 September 2013 is Amavasya, No Moon in Hindu calendar. It is Bhadrapada Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendars and Shravana Amavasya in Marathi, Telugu, Kannada and Gujarati calendars. In North India, this Amavasya is observed as Pithori Amavasya / Bail Pola Amavasya. Vrishabha Pujan (worshipping the cow and ox) is the main ritual […]

Benefits of Amavasya Tharpanam

What are the Benefits of Amavasya Tharpanam? Why Amavasya Tharpanam is performed? Hindus take the religious service of priests associated with temples in order to perform rituals during the days of Amavasya. It is to be noted that the Amavasya rituals are conducted in a power manner by the priest for the benefits of the individual […]

Types of Amavasya Vrat

There are three types of Amavasya Vrat. They are Amavasya Payovrat, Amavasya Vrat and Amavasya Pitru Shanti Poojan. Amavasya Payovrat (Vishnu Puja on Amavasya) During Amavasya Payovrat, Lord Vishnu is largely with dedication and devotion worshipped. This particular fast is wholeheartedly observed for one year by the Hindu religious followers if started. The individual who […]

Today: Amavasya, 6 August 2013

Today, 6 August 2013 is Amavasya. It is referred to as Shravan Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendar. As per Marathi, Gujarati, Telugu and Kannada calendars, it is Ashada Amavasya. This No Moon day falls on Aadi Masam (Aadi Amavasai) as per Tamil calendar, Karkidaka Masam (Karkidaka Vavubali) and Shraban Amavasya in Bengali Panjika. It […]

Amavasya, 8 June 2013 (Today): Shani Amavasya, Vat Amavasya Savitri Vrat

Today, 8 June 2013 is Amavasya, Vat Savitri Amavasya, Shani Amavasya, Jyeshta Amavasya|Vaishakha Amavasya|Vaigasi Amavasai|Edava Maasa Amavasya. This is observed as Shani Amavasya as it falls on Shanivar (Saturday). This Amavasya is also observed as Shani Jayanti, the birthday of Lord Shani Bhagavan. Amavasya Time – begins at 7.01 PM on 7th June and ends on […]

Shani Amavasya 2013

Shani Amavasya is a No Moon day which falls on Shanivar, Saturday. In 2013, Shani Amavasya date is June 8. This year, it comes only once. As it is falls on Shani Jayanti day, 2013 Amavasya, has great significance. It falls on Jyeshta Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendar and Vaishakha Amavasya in Amavasyant […]

Amavasya: 9 May 2013 (Today)

Today, 9 May 2013 is Amavasya, No Moon day in Hindu calendar. It is Vaishakh Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendars and Chaitra Amavasya in Marathi, Gujarati, Telugu and Kannada Panchangams. Time of Amavasya – 9 May 2013 Amavasya May 2013 date is May 9 & 10, Thursday & Friday. Amavasya time in May […]