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When is Amavasya this month ?
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What is Amavasya ?
Amavasya is an important Tithi according to Hindu Calendar. New Moon Day/No Moon Day is also names of Amavasya. Amavasya is a day when one gets the power to go beyond the world. On the day Amavasya no moon is visible in the sky. Amavasya occurs once a every month. In a year 12 such days falls. It also marks of starting of Shukla Paksha or the bright fortnight, of the lunar month.
Accourding to Indian calander some most popular and important Amavasya dates are Mauni Amavasya, Shani Jayanti, Vat Savitri Vrat, Bhaumvati Amavasya, Lakshmi puja (Diwali), Hariyali Amavasya, Mahalaya Amavasya (Pitru Paksha).
Amavasya 2021 list | Date and Time
|Tithi||Start & End Time|
|Amavasya tithi in January, 2021||Jan 12, 12:22 pm – Jan 13, 10:30 am|
|Amavasya tithi in February, 2021 (Mauni Amavasya)||Feb 11, 1:09 am – Feb 12, 12:35 am|
|Amavasya tithi in March, 2021 (Shani Amavasya)||Mar 12, 3:02 pm – Mar 13, 3:51 pm|
|Amavasya tithi in April, 2021||Apr 11, 6:03 am – Apr 12, 8:00 am|
|Amavasya tithi in May, 2021 (Bhaumvati Amavasya)||May 10, 9:55 pm – May 12, 12:29 am|
|Amavasya tithi in June, 2021||Jun 09, 1:58 pm – Jun 10, 4:22 pm|
|Amavasya tithi in July, 2021||Jul 09, 5:16 am – Jul 10, 6:46 am|
|Amavasya tithi in August, 2021 (Hariyali Amavasya)||Aug 07, 7:11 pm – Aug 08, 7:20 pm|
|Amavasya tithi in September, 2021 (Bhaumvati Amavasya)||Sep 06, 7:38 am – Sep 07, 6:21 am|
|Amavasya tithi in October, 2021 (Mahalaya Amavasya)||Oct 05, 7:04 pm – Oct 06, 4:35 pm|
|Amavasya tithi in November, 2021||Nov 04, 6:03 am – Nov 05, 2:44 am|
|Amavasya tithi in December, 2021 (Shani Amavasya)||Dec 03, 4:56 pm – Dec 04, 1:13 pm|
Amavasya 2020 list | Date and Time
|Month||Date||Day||Amavasya||Starting Time||Ending Time|
|Amavasya in January 2020||January 24, 2020||Friday||Darsha Amavasya||02:17 AM, Jan 24||03:11 AM, Jan 25|
|Amavasya in February 2020||February 23, 2020||Sunday||Darsha Amavasya||07:02 PM, Feb 22||09:01 PM, Feb 23|
|Amavasya in March 2020||March 23 & 24, 2020||Mon & Tue||Darsha Amavasya||12:30 PM, Mar 23||02:57 PM, Mar 24|
|Amavasya in April 2020||April 22, 2020||Wednesday||Vaishakha Amavasya||05:37 AM, Apr 22||07:55 AM, Apr 23|
|Amavasya in May 2020||May 22, 2020||Friday||Jyeshtha Amavasya||09:35 PM, May 21||11:08 PM, May 22|
|Amavasya in June 2020||June 20, 2020||Saturday||Darsha Amavasya||11:52 AM, Jun 20||12:10 PM, Jun 21|
|Amavasya in June 2020||June 21, 2020||Sunday||Ashadha Amavasya||11:52 AM, Jun 20||12:10 PM, Jun 21|
|Amavasya in July 2020||July 20, 2020||Monday||Shravana Amavasya||12:10 AM, Jul 20||11:02 PM, Jul 20|
|Amavasya in August 2020||August 18, 2020||Tuesday||Darsha Amavasya||10:39 AM, Aug 18||08:11 AM, Aug 19|
|Amavasya in August 2020||August 19, 2020||Wednesday||Bhadrapada Amavasya||10:39 AM, Aug 18||08:11 AM, Aug 19|
|Amavasya in September 2020||September 17, 2020||Thursday||Ashwina Amavasya||07:56 PM, Sep 16||04:29 PM, Sep 17|
|Amavasya in October 2020||October 16, 2020||Friday||Adhika Darsha Amavasya||04:52 AM, Oct 16||01:00 AM, Oct 17|
|Amavasya in November 2020||November 14, 2020||Saturday||Darsha Amavasya||02:17 PM, Nov 14||10:36 AM, Nov 15|
|Amavasya in November 2020||November 15, 2020||Sunday||Kartika Amavasya||02:17 PM, Nov 14||10:36 AM, Nov 15|
|Amavasya in December 2020||December 14, 2020||Monday||Margashirsha Amavasya||12:44 AM, Dec 14||09:46 PM, Dec 14|
It falls during the month of January-February. The word ‘mauni’ or ‘mauna’ signifies silence, therefore on this chosen day, most of the Hindus observe complete silence.
It falls in the month of January, February and March. Darsha Amavasya also known as Darsh Amavasya is a moonless night. According to religious beliefs, Shraadh rituals are performed on Darsha Amavasya.
It falls in the month of April or May. Vaishakh Amavasya falls on the No-Moon day in the Hindu month of Vaishakh. The day gets rid of any Kaal Sarp Dosh, that is time, snake and fault, that one is suffering from.
Jyeshtha Amavasya falls in the month of May. Like every Amavasya, this Amavasya is also considered highly propitious for the peace of forefathers. Shani Jayanti is celebrated on this day. Jyeshtha Amavasya is also known by the name of Vat Savitri Amavasya.
Ashadha Amavasya falls in the month of June. The Amavasya in the month of Ashadha is called Ashadha Amavasya. it is also known as Halharini Amavasya
The Amavasya that falls on a Saturday is called Shani Amavasya.