Amavasya Dates 2017 -18 | अमावस्या कब है

What is Amavasya (अमावस्या )| Meaning

According to Hindu Mythology no moon day is known as Amavasya. Amavasya is a Sanskrit word meaning no moon. Amavasya is also known as Amavas.

Significance of Amavasya

Amavasya is measured as a time of immense power that’s why in Hindu mythology there is great importance of doing jap, tap and tantra Sadhna on Amavasya. Also taking dip in Holy River is considered as washing out all your sins.

Amavasya Fast Benefits (Vrat)

As there is deep relation between human body and moon, that’s why it’s very auspicious to keep fast on Amavasya. Also visiting the temple is very auspicious.

Amavasya Calender 2017 | Dates of Amavasya Days in 2017 

Amavasya constantly falls in the midd le of the every month. Following are the Amavasya dates for 2017:

23           July                       (Sunday)              Shravana Amavasya

21           August                  (Monday)            Bhadrapada Amavasya

20           September         (Wednesday)       Ashwin Amavasya

19           October               (Thursday)          Kartik Amavasya

18           November          (Saturday)           Margashirsha Amavasya

18           December           (Monday)            Paush Amavasya

Amavasya Calender 2018 | Dates of Amavasya Days in 2018

16           January                (Tuesday)            Magha Amavasya

15           February              (Thursday)          Phalguna Amavasya

17           March               (Saturday)           Chaitra Amavasya

16           April                   (Monday)            Vaishakha Amavasya

15           May                         (Tuesday)            Jyeshtha Amavasya

13           June                     (Wednesday)    Jyeshtha Amavasya

13           July        (Friday)                Ashadha Amavasya

11           August (Saturday)           Shravana Amavasya

09           September         (Sunday)              Bhadrapada Amavasya

09           October               (Tuesday)            Ashwin Amavasya

07           November          (Wednesday)    Kartik Amavasya

07           December           (Friday)                Margashirsha Amavasya

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