Significance of Gatari Amavasya

On the Ashadh Amavasya day, Gatari Amavas falls according to Hindu religious calendar. This particular amavasaya is celebrated as a festival in Maharashtra. It is a very popular ritual too. It is to be noted that Gatari is a celebration of happiness and joy. Ashadh Amavas is the begining of the holy Shravan month and […]

Ashada Amavasya Pithru Tharpan & Pinda Pradhan Rituals

Ashada Amavasya is highly auspicious day for Pithru tharpan. Though every Amavasya day is important to pay our respect to our ancestors, Ashada Amavasya has every kind of significance for Pitru Tharpanam and Pinda Pradhanam. In 2019, as per the North Indian Hindi calendars, the date of Ashada Amavasya is July 2. In Marathi, Gujarati, […]

Bheemana Amavasya Vrata | Jyoti Bheemeshwara Amavasya Vratam | Pathi Sanjeevani Puja

Bheemana Amavasya, Bhima Amavasya, Jyoti Bheemeshwara Vrata, also popular as Pathi Sanjeevani Puja is an auspicious vrata observed on Ashada Amavasya (No moon day during Ashada masam in July – August). In 2019, Bheemana Amavasya date is August 1. The legend of Bhima Amavasya Vrata is mentioned in Skanda Purana. This vrata is dedicated to Lord […]

Gatari Amavasya 2019 | Gatari Festival in Maharashtra

Gatari Amavasya, most popularly known as Gatari, is a Marathi regional festival celebrated especially in Maharashtra and some parts of Goa. In 2019, Gatari Amavasya date is August 1. Gatari Amavasya falls on Ashad Amavasya, the No Moon day in Ashad Maas in Marathi calendar. Gatari is a celebration of joy and festivity. On Gatari […]

Ashada Amavasya 2019 | Amavasya in Ashada Mahina

Ashada Amavasya, the No Moon day in Ashada mahina or Ashad month, is known as auspicious for Pitru Tharpan and Pinda Pradhan. In 2019, Ashada Amavasya date is July 2 as per North Indian Hindi calendars. As per Marathi, Kannada, Gujarati and Telugu calendars, Ashad Amavasya 2019 date is August 1. Deep Puja or Deepa […]

Gatari (Gatari Amvasya), Ashadh Amavasya

Popularly known as Gatari, Gatari Amavasya is a ritual or regional festival celebrated in Maharashtra. Gatari Amavas falls on the Ashadh Amavasya (full moon day during Ashadh maas). Gatari, Regional Festival of Maharashtra Gatari is a celebration of joy and happiness. Ashadh Amavas is the last day of Ashad month and next day of it […]

30 July 2011, Amavasya, Today

Today is Amavasya (30 July 2011: Shani Amavasya), the No Moon day in Hinduism. It is Shravan Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendars. Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, and Telugu calendars consider it as Ashada Amavasya. Amavasya begins at 02.04 am on 30 July 2011 and ends at 12.10 am on 31 July 2011. It is also […]