Polala Amavasya Pooja Muhurtham, Auspicious Time – 30 August 2019

Polala Amavasya Pooja Muhurtham, Auspicious Time is given here for 30 August 2019. Polala Amavasya falls on Shravana Amavasya in Telugu calendar. As per North Indian Hindi calendars, Polala Amavasya coincides with Bhadrapada Amavasya. It is Aavani Masam Amavasai in Tamil calendar, Chingam Month Karutha Vavu in Malayalam calendar and Bhadra Amabashya in Bengali Panjika. The […]

Polala Amavasya Vratha Katha, Story

Polala Amavasya is observed on Shravana Amavasya, No Moon day in Shravana Masam in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and some parts of Karnataka. Here is the story associated with this vratham…. Once there used to live seven brothers. All of them had children. The wives of all the seven brothers wished to perform the Polala Amavasysa […]

Polala Amavasya 2019 | Poleramma Vratham in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana

Polala Amavasya is an important vratham dedicated to Goddess Poleramma. It is observed on Shravana Amavasya, No Moon day in Shravana masam in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. In 2019, Polala Amavasya date is August 30. Married women observe Polala Amavasya vratam for better health and longer life of their children. Goddess Poleramma or Pochamma is […]

Shravan Amavasya | Amavasya in Shravan Month

Shravan Amavasya is the No Moon day in Shravan month. Shravan Amavasya is observed as Pithori Amavasya in North India and Polala Amavasya in Andhra Pradesh. In 2020, Shravan Amavasya date is July 20 in North Indian Hindi calendars and where it is on August 18-19 as per Marathi, Kannada, Gujarati, and Telugu calendars. Pola […]

25 August 2014, Polala Amavasya Vratham

25 August 2014 is Polala Amavasya Vratham in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana and some parts of Karnataka. It is an important vratham dedicated to Goddess Poleramma. It falls on Shravana Amavasya, No Moon day in Shravana masam as per Telugu calendar. Married women observe Polala Amavasya vratam for better health and longer life of their […]

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 […]

29 August 2011, Amavasya, Today

Today is Amavasya (29 August 2011), the No Moon day in Hinduism. It is Shravan Amavasya in Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada & Telugu calendars. North Indian Hindi calendars consider it as Bhadrapad Amavasya. Amavasya begins at 11.39 am on 28 August & ends at 8.34 am on 29 August 2011. As it falls on Monday, it […]