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Ashadha Amavasya

 
Category: Holidays » Hindu holidays


Ashadha Amavasya
28 June 2022  tuesday

979 days before


The criticalness of Amavasya in Hindu culture is foremost. A ‘No Moon Day‘, as it is otherwise called, happens once every Hindu month. A standout amongst the most essential Amavasya Day is Ashadha Amavasya which falls in the Hindu month of Ashadha. It is considered as a profoundly propitious day to perform Pitru Tarpan or religious ceremonies for the progenitors or perished precursors. Ashadha Amavasya is watched the whole way across India with each part having its own customs and conventions. This day additionally denotes the beginning of Shravan month.

Ashadha Amavasya is a profoundly noteworthy day to recall your predecessors. It is trusted that on this day, the heavenly powers come down to the earth to favor the fans and satisfy every one of their desires and wants. Offering petitions and tharpanam to predecessors on this day causes them accomplish salvation and they even present their favors on you. The spirits of the progenitors effortlessly acknowledge your contributions and supplications (Pitru Tarpan) on this day and favor you with bliss and flourishing.

Additionally, it is trusted that amid the Hindu month of Ashadha, the Sun starts its adventure towards South. So Amavasya of this current month is the main new moon day in this period, in this way, it is considered as an exceptionally great day to perform tarpanam customs.

The festivals and recognition of Ashadha Amavasya is diverse in various states. Despite the fact that it is a more conspicuous day in South India, however it is additionally celebrated with most extreme commitment and enthusiasm in each other piece of India.





In Andhra Pradesh, Ashadha Amavasya is known as Chukkala Amavasya. It is an exceptionally promising day for Telugu individuals. On this day, diyas or earthen lights are lit all around the house like the celebration of Diwali. As per a prevalent view, it is said the predecessors come rational on this night so light is required to help their movement. In addition, lighting of diyas in house will avert the negative vitality display in the house and will sanitize the house’s condition before the period of Shravan starts.

This day is commended as Gatari Amavasya in Maharashtra. Gatari Amavasya isn’t just seen as multi day to offer supplications to the precursors however it additionally praises the start of Shravan month. The Hindus appreciate a great deal of sustenance and beverages on this day as they need to refrain from liquor and non-veggie lover nourishment for the following 40 days.

Tamil Nadu commends this day as Aadi Amavasya and Kerala watches this day as Karkidaka Vavu Bali. For them, it is multi day to recollect the progenitors and offer them petitions and sustenance. On this day, Tamilians play out an uncommon Puja while in Kerala, they trust that festival of this day will introduce thriving and life span in their life.

The New Moon day in the period of Ashadha is commended as Bheemana Amavasya in Karnataka. On this day, aficionados revere Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati in the frame known as Bheemeswara. This day is additionally seen as Gandane Puja in Karnataka, particularly by ladies. Hitched ladies play out this Puja to petition God for the long-life and satisfaction of their significant other. while single young ladies do this Puja to appeal to God for a decent spouse.






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