Undralla Thaddi 2022 | Vundralla Thaddhe Gauri Puja

Undralla Thaddi or Vundralla thadiya is a festival celebrated in South India, especially in Andhra Pradesh. In 2022, Undralla Thaddi date is September 12. It is observed on the third day in Krishna Paksha, the second half, during Bhadrapada masam. This festival is dedicated to Goddess Gauri, who is considered as the favorite deity for […]

Bhadrapada Month 2022 | Bhadra Mahina, Bhadrapada Masam

Bhadrapad Month (Bhadra Mahina, Bhadrapada Masam), is the 6th month of Hindu calendar followed in North India, Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. In 2022, Bhadrapada month begins on August 12 and ends on September 10 as per North Indian Hindu calendars. According to Marathi, Gujarati, Telugu and Kannada Panchangam, Bhadrapada masa begins on August 28 […]

Bhadrapada Masam 2022 in Telugu Calendar

Bhadrapada masam, Bhadrapada month is 6th month in Telugu calendar of Andhra Pradesh. In 2022, Bhadrapada Masam begins on August 28 and ends on September 25 with Mahalaya Amavasya (Sarva Pithru Amavasya). Bhadrapada maasam is considered inauspicious for Gruhapravesham, marriages, engagements, and all other auspicious functions. It is considered as Shunya Masam. In Bhadrapada month […]

Bhadrapada Masam 2011 in Telugu Calendar, Bhadrapada Masam dates 2011

Bhadrapada masam 2011 (Bhadrapadam month) in Telugu calendar begins on August 30 and ends on September 27, 2011. Bhadrapada masam, the 6th month in Telugu panchangam of Andhra Pradesh, is popularly referred as Shunya masam or the unfavorable month for auspicious deeds. Hindus avoid construction of new houses, Gruhapravesh, new business startups and auspicious functions […]

Bhadra Maas 2009 – Bhadro Month in 2009 as per Bengali Calendar

Bhadra maas or Bhadro month is the fifth month as per Bengali calendar. In 2009, Bhadra month begins on August 18 and ends on September 17. As per Gregorian calendar, Bhadra month starts in Mid August and concludes in Mid September. Bhadra maas signifies the arrival of autumn season. The most celebrated festivals during Bhadra […]