Pithori Amavasya 2017 | Pitori Amavas

Pithori Amavasya or Pitori Amavas is the festival observed on the Amavasya (No Moon day) during Bhadrapad month or Bhadra month. In 2017, Pithori Amavasya date is August 21.  As per Marati Calendar, Pithori Amavasya, also celebrated as Pola, falls on Amavasya in the Sravan month. Pithori Amavasya is an observance performed by married woman […]

Bail Pola 2017 | The Festival of Cattle

Bail Pola

Bail Pola or Pola, is a cattle festival celebrated in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar & some other regions in North India. In 2017, Bail Pola date is August 21. Bail Pola is celebrated on Pithori Amavasya or Amavasya in Shravan month (August – September). Vrushabha Puja or bullock worship is the main ritual […]

Amavasya August 2017 date, Time of Amavasai

No Moon day or Amavasya in August 2017 is Bhadrapada Amavasya in North India. Amavasya August 2017 date is August 21. This is Shravana Amavasya in Marathi, Kannada, Telugu and Marathi calendars. Amavasya time in August 2017 It starts at 2.09 AM on August 21 and ends at 11.59 PM on the same day. There is Purna […]

Hariyali Amavasya 2018 | Haryali Amavas

Radha Krishna

Hariyali Amavasya or Haryali Amavas is the monsoon festival celebrated on Amavasya or No Moon in Shravan month in North India. In 2018, Hariyali Amavasya date is August 11. Lord Shiva is worshipped on this day for wealth and prosperity and for best agricultural season. Huge fairs and melas are held during Hariyali Amavasi in Rajasthan, Uttar […]

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 2017, Shravan Amavasya date is July 23 in North Indian Hindi calendars and where it is on August 21 as per Marathi, Kannada, Gujarati, and Telugu calendars. Pola or Bail Pola […]

Amavasya July 2017 date, Time of No Moon

Amavasya in July 2017 is Shravan Amavasya, Ashada Amavasya. In North Indian Hindi calendar, it is Shravan Amavasya. According to Amavasyant Panchangams followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, this Amavasya is Ashada Amavasya. Date of Amavasya in July 2017 is – July 23. Here are the detailed timings of Amavasya tithi in July […]

Chitalagi Amavasya 2017 | Chitlagi Amavasya

Chitalagai Amavasya (Chitlagi Amavasi, Chitou Amavasya) is observed on New-Moon day in Shravan month or Sravana maas in Odisha. In 2017, Chitlagai Amavasya date is July 23. It is an important festival in Puri Jagannath Temple.  ‘Chita’ or decorating Lord Jagannath’s forehead with a golden mark is the main ritual of this Amabasya in Puri Jagannath […]

Phool Bangla Utsav 2018 from Kamada Ekadasi to Haryali Amavasya

Phool Bangla Vrindavan banke bihari ji temple

Phool Bangla Utsav celebrated from Kamada Ekadashi (Chaitra Shukla Paksh Ekadashi) till Haryali Amavasya or Shravan Amavasya (No Moon day in Shravan month) at Vrindavan Banke Bihari ji Temple in Uttar Pradesh is a festival dedicated to Banke Bihariji (Lord Krishna) during which House of Flowers are erected daily evening. In 2018, Phool Bangla begins […]

Hariyali Teej (Singhara Teej, Teejan)

Hariyali Teej or Singhara Teej, also known as Teejan or Choti Teej, is the festival of monsoon celebrated on the third day after Hariyali Amavasya which falls during Shravan month (July – Aug). In 2017, Hariyali Teej date is July 26. Haryali Teej or Singhara Teej, the festival of monsoon, mainly dedicated to Lord Shiva and […]

Rafaleshwar Mela (Fair on Shravan Amavasya) in Gujarat

Rafaleshwar Mela is a popular fair held at Rafaleshwar Mahadev Temple near Morbi in Gujarat. It is held for three days during Shravan Amavasya. In 2014, Rafaleshwar Mela begins on August 25 and ends on August 27. September 5th Shravan Amavasya – the No Moon in Shravan Month according to Gujarati Calendar. Rafaleshwar Mahadev Temple near […]

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, August 17th 2012

Today, 17 August 2012 is Amavasya (No Moon) day in Hindu calendar. It is Adhik Bhadrapad Amavasya in North Indian Hindi calendar and Shravan Amavasya as per Marathi, Gujarat, Telugu & Kannada calendars. It marks the end of Shravan Month in Amavasyant Panchangams. Amavasya begins at 10.06 PM on 16th August and ends at 9.24 […]

Polala Amavasya Puja or Shravana Amavasya Vrata – Dedicated to Poleramma

Polala Amavasya Puja is observed on the Amavasya (No moon day) during Shravan masam. Polala Amavasya is dedicated to Goddess Poleramma, who is considerd as the Goddess for protection of children. In 2017, Polala Amavasya date is August 21. Polala Amavasya – Sheetala Saptami: Polala Amavasya is mainly observed in Andhra Pradesh and in some […]

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 […]

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 […]

Amavasya September 2010 – Amavasya or No Moon day in September 2010

Amavasya or Amavasi, No Moon day in Hinduism, in September 2010 is Bhadrapad Amavasya in North Indian Hindi Panchangam. Amavasya in September 2010 date is September 8th. It starts on 7th September and ends in the evening on 8th. This No Moon is known as Shravan Amavasya in Amavasyanth lunar calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, […]

Pithori Amavas 2010 – Pitori Amavasya Puja

Pithori Amavasya or Pitori Amavas is observed on the Amavasya in Bhadrapad month as per North Indian calendars and it falls on Amavasi in Shravan month as per Marathi calendar and other Amavasyant Panchangas. Pitori Amavas 2010 date is September 8. On Pithori Amavasya, 64 Yogini Shakti Goddesses, and Saptamatrika or Ashtamatrika devi are worshipped […]