The Amavasya day represents as New Moon Night or Day as per Hindu mythology. This day begins with a quarter of the lunar month. However, this day came every month and the moon is not visible on Amavasya. Meanwhile, it is one of Tithi of the Hindu lunar calendar. Nonetheless, the negative forces will strongest during the Amavasya, therefore, it considers as an inauspicious day. But it is auspicious for the new begin of farming the land to denotes the moon will grow concept the Hindu believe good dead will grow and also is a significant day for many rituals to perform on Tithi. The Amavasya falling on the weekday of Monday called Somvati Amavasya, and it is refers fasting for the progeny simultaneously, Amavasya falling on a weekend day of Saturday known as Shani Amavasya.
Importance of Amavasya
Generally, Amavasya is a dark moon day thence, this day evil spirit or Blackeye has more power, and the good spiritual power weaker than evil. So, during this day grandly, perform puja for all gods and offered the food to the crows. This day is most prominent in the worship of the shraddha ceremony, which is to invoke the ancestors on the day of all Amavasya days as well as you have to get a blessing from your ancestors and free from the Doshas and sins. The Amavasya day is also a commensurate day to perform Kalasarpa Dosha puja. The Amavasya day is for the Pitru or ancestor soul to get the blessing from the Pitru. The holy day of Amavasya to perform the all shraddha puja near the river.
What avoid on Amavasya Tithi
On this day should not eat meat or non- veg as well as children should not take a head bath and should not start a new thing. Purattasi Amavasya is a great ego. In this period, some marriages do not perform. Because this period is considered to be entirely ancestors. This is a time when solutions are to be called, as well as tithing, donations, charities, solving problems between partners, solving the villains in property issues. Its highest is Mahamaya Amavasya.
Amavasya Dates 2021 with Timings
|Month||Amavasya Start Date||Amavasya End Date||Hindu Masa||Timings|
|January||12-01-2021||13-01-2021||Pausha||Jan 12-12:22 PM- Jan 13 - 10:29 AM|
|February||11-02-2021||12-02-2021||Magha||Feb 11 - 01:08 AM - Feb 12 - 12:35 AM|
|March||12-03-2021||12-03-2021||Phalguna||Mar 12 -03:02 PM- Mar 03:50 PM|
|April||11-04-2021||12-04-2021||Chaitra||Apr 11 -06:03 AM- Apr 12- 08:00 AM|
|May||10-05-2021||12-05-2021||Vaishakha||May 10 - 09:55 PM - May 12 -12:29 AM|
|June||09-06-2021||10-06-2021||Jyeshtha||Jun 9 -01:57 PM - Jun 10 - 04:22 PM|
|July||09-07-2021||10-07-2021||Ashadha||Jul 9 - 05:16 AM - Jul 10 - 06:46 AM|
|August||07-08-2021||08-08-2021||Shravana||Aug 07 -07:11 PM - Aug 08 - 07:19 PM|
|September||06-09-2021||07-09-2021||Bhadrapada||Sep 06 -07:38 AM - Sep 07 - 06:21 AM|
|October||05-10-2021||06-10-2021||Ashwina||Oct 05 - 07:04 PM - Oct 06 - 04:34 PM|
|November||04-11-2021||05-11-2021||Kartika||Nov 04 - 06:03 AM - Nov 05 - 02:44 AM|
|December||03-12-2021||04-12-2021||Margashirsha||Dec 14 - 04:55 PM - Dec 14 - 01:12 PM|
Pournami is a full moon night and as per Hindu religion considers one of Tithi of auspicious night, also it is prominent of Hindu religion. As per Hinduism believes the bright day is auspicious. Generally, the moon represents feminine power.
Traditionally, the pournami day comes every month, it depends on moon eclipse. Pournami Vratam and Sri Satyanarayana Puja, which observed on full moon day, as well as should observed one day before Purnima Tithi. Full moon day is an auspicious day for all mother Goddesses, on the day we get many blessings from the divine power.
Prominence of Pournami
The Pournami is a bright full moon night day and this day is a most auspicious day for Lord Shiva and Vishnu for amelioration ancestral lineage. However, the goddess has moon power. Traditionally, the Hindu people believe the moon administrates the mind and power of Beautiful similarly, that moonlight generates tranquility power and glorious skin simultaneously, Pournami shine our spiritual life.
What to avoid on Pournami
However, these days do not eat non-veg food because this day to worship for Lord Shiva. This Pournami puja indicates a bright full night. Generally, avoid starting new things, for the reason of after the day comes waxing moon.
Pournami Dates 2021 with Timings
|Month||Purnima Start Date||Pournami End Date||Hindu Masa||Timings|
|January||28-01-2021||29-01-2021||Pausha||Jan 28 - 01:17 AM - Jan 29 -12:45 AM|
|February||26-02-2021||27-02-2021||Magha||Feb 26 -03:49 PM- Feb 27 - 01:46 PM|
|March||28-03-2021||29-03-2021||Phalguna||Mar 28 - 03:27 AM - Mar 29 -12:17 AM|
|April||26-04-2021||27-04-2021||Chaitra||Apr 26 - 12:44 PM - Apr 27 - 09:01 AM|
|May||25-05-2021||26-05-2020||Vaishakha||May 25 - 08:29 PM - May 26 - 04:43 PM|
|June||24-06-2021||25-06-2020||Jyeshtha||Jun 24 - 03:32 AM - Jun 25 - 12:09 AM|
|July||23-07-2021||24-07-2020||Ashadha||Jul 23 - 10:43 AM - Jul 24 - 08:06 AM|
|August||21-08-2021||22-08-2020||Shravana||Aug 21 - 07:00 PM - Aug 22 05:31 PM|
|September||20-09-2021||21-09-2020||Bhadrapada||Sep 20 - 05:28 AM- Sep 21 - 05:24 AM|
|October||19-10-2021||20-10-2020||Ashwina||Oct 19 - 07:03 PM - Oct 20 - 08:26 PM|
|November||18-11-2021||19-11-2020||Kartika||Nov 18 - 12:00 PM - Nov 19 - 02:26 PM|
|December||18-12-2021||19-12-2020||Margashirsha||Dec 18 - 07:24 AM - Dec 19 - 10:05 AM|