Amavasya Date and Time in February 2023 in Tamil Calendar
Amavasya is good or bad?
Particularly in India, people often debate whether Amavasya is a beneficial or harmful day. It is believed that Amavasya is a very potent day and is sometimes referred to as the New Moon day. It is said that Amavasya is not suitable for Subha Activities such as Marriage, Phoomi Puja, and House Warming. Every four weeks, Amāvāsyā is seen as a fortunate day for venerating ancestors and poojas are carried out. It is advisable to abstain from consuming meat, fish and alcohol during Amavasya.
What is Special in Amavasya?
Hindus observe Amavasya, the day of the new moon, as an important period; it is a time when certain rituals can only be performed. Mondays are known as Somavar Amavasya, while Saturdays are referred to as Sani Amavasya particularly in Tamil Nadu. Because of its significance, Amavasya is thought to be an ideal time for a Shraddha ceremony to pay homage to ancestors. Additionally, it is an appropriate day for a Kalasarpa Dosha puja. In some places, Amavasya is also referred to as Amavasai or Amavas. In Hinduism, the New Moon Day or Amavasya day is thought to be incredibly potent. While most Amavasya days are seen as unfavorable, Thai Amavasya is an exception, which is the day when the New Moon falls during the Thai Tamil month.
Amavasya Date Calendar in Feb 2023
|Amavasya Calendar Date February 2023|
The February 2023 Amavasya date falls on both days of 19th Feb 2023 and 20th Feb 2023.
|February Amavasya Date||19.02.203||20.02.2023|
|Starting & Ending Time||3.39 PM||1.12 PM|
|Starting & Ending Day||Sunday||Monday|
Masi Amavasai 2023 Tamil Calendar
|Date||07 & 08|
|Month||Maasi Masam 2023|
Auspicious Days in Feb 2023
In February 2023, the Tamil calendar is filled with festivals and important days. Events such as Chaturthi, Pradosham, and other Vratham occur in this month. For precise timing of tithi, one can refer to the Tithi calendar for February 2023 which includes Ekadashi, Pradosham, Birthday of Hazrat Ali, Pournami Viratam, Pournami, Thaipusam, Sankatahara Chaturthi, Vishnupathi Punyakalam, Kumbha Sankranti, Sabarimala Nada Thurappu, Valentine’s Day, Maha Shivaratri, Masa Shivaratri, Pradosham, Thiruvona Vratham, Amavasai, Sri Somavara Vratam, Chandra Darshan, Chaturthi Vratham, Shashti Vratham, Karthikai Vratham.
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