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Amavasya Date: Ashwina, Mahalaya Amavasya or Sarvpritri Amavasya: Saturday, 14 October 2023

Amavasya is a monthly festival that comes 12 times in a year, in case of more months it can happen 13 times in a year.

According to Hindu Panchang, Amavasya is the last date of month and Krishna Paksha, this day has immense importance in Indian life. Every month is celebrated on some new festival. Among these monthly dates, some popular and important Amavasya dates are Mauni Amavasya, Shani Jayanti and Vat Savitri fast, Bhaumavati Amavasya, Kartik Amavasya i.e. Diwali, Hariyali Amavasya, Mahalaya Amavasya or Sarvpritri Amavasya. Diwali, India's most popular and twinkling festival, falls on the Amavasya of Kartik month.

Amavasya is considered in Hindu texts as an important day dedicated to fathers, that is, ancestors. On this day, donations to fathers and bathing in holy rivers are considered superior.

According to the Hindu Panchang and astronomical position, the moon completes one round of the earth in 28 days. After 15 days, the moon is at one end of the earth. When the Moon is at the other end of India, it cannot be seen. When the moon is not fully visible in India, that day is called Amavasya. And this event (Amavasya) can happen at different times according to the position of Chandra for each place or country.

Related NameAmavas, Tamil: அமாவாசை, Malayalam: അമാവാസി, Telugu: అమావాస్య, Gujarati: અમાવાસ્યા
Begins TithiKrishna Amavasya
CelebrationsDan, Pitra Dan, Donation, Puja, Bhajan-Kirtan, Ganga Snan.

भाद्रपद अमावस्या हिन्दी में पढ़ें

अमावस्या एक वर्ष मे 12 बार आने वाला मासिक उत्सव है, अधिक मास की स्थिति मे यह एक वर्ष मे 13 बार भी हो सकती है।

When is Amavasya?

Shrawan Amavasya Tithi (Adhik Mas): [Delhi]
Darsha / Snan / Daan Amavasya: Thursday, 14 September 2023

Amavasya Tithi - 14 September 4:48 AM - 15 September 7:09 AM

Darsha Amavasya

On the day of Darsh Amavasya, the moon is not fully visible at night. Therefore, Tithi-wise Amavasya and Darsha Amavasya can be on different days. On the new moon day, the excess energy of the planets reaches humans through radiation. The most common effect of Amavasya on humans is mental illness, anger or irritability.

Somvati Amavasya

The Amavasya that falls on Monday is called Somvati Amavasya. According to the beliefs of Hindu religion, Somvati Amavasya has a special significance. Know in detail about Somvati Amavasya >

Bhauma Amavasya

Amavasya falling on a weekly Tuesday is called Bhaum Amavasya, it is also known as Bhaumvati Amavasya. Being a Tuesday, the importance of worshiping Hanumanji on Bhaum Amavasya increases even more.

Shubhwari Amavasya

Similar to Somvati Amavasya and Shani Amavasya, Amavasya that occurs on a Thursday is called Shubhavari Amavasya.

Shani Amavasya

Just as the Amavasya that falls on Monday on the first day of the week is called Somvati Amavasya, similarly the Amavasya that falls on Saturday is called Shani Amavasya.

All Famous Amavasya

Bhadrapada Maas - Pithori fast, Pithori Amavasya fast, Kushotpatini
Ashwin Maas - Mahalaya Amavasya or Sarvapitri Amavasya
Kartik Maas - Diwali
Margashirsha Maas
Paush Maas - Vakulamavas Amavasya
Magh Maas - Mauni Amavasya
Falgun Maas
Chaitra Maas
Vaishakh Maas
Jyestha Maas - Shani Jayanti / Vat Savitri Vrat
Ashada Maas
Shravan Maas - Hariyali Amavasya

Related Information

Next Dates(2023)
Ashwina, Mahalaya Amavasya or Sarvpritri Amavasya: 14 October 2023Diwali, Kartika: 13 November 2023Margashirsha: 12 December 2023
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Begins Tithi
Krishna Amavasya
Ends Tithi
Krishna Amavasya
Amavasya of Every Month
Dan, Pitra Dan, Donation, Puja, Bhajan-Kirtan, Ganga Snan.
Imp Places
Mandir/Temple, River Ghat, Ganga, Yamuna, Sangam.
Past Dates
Bhadrapada, Pithori Vrat, Pithori Amavasya Vrat, Kushotpatini: 14 September 2023, Shravana (Adhik Mas): 16 August 2023, Darsha Amavasya (Adhik Mas): 15 August 2023, Shravana, Hariyali Amavasya: 17 July 2023, Ashadha: 18 June 2023, Darsha Amavasya: 17 June 2023, Jyeshtha, Shani Jayanti / Vat Savitri Vrat: 19 May 2023, Vaishakha: 20 April 2023, Darsha Amavasya: 19 April 2023, Chaitra: 21 March 2023, Phalguna: 20 February 2023, Darsha Amavasya: 19 February 2023, Magha, Mauni Amavasya: 21 January 2023, Pausha: 23 December 2022

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Amavasya 2023 Dates

Ashwina, Mahalaya Amavasya or Sarvpritri Amavasya14 October 2023
Diwali, Kartika13 November 2023
Margashirsha12 December 2023
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