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Amavasya 2024 Date: Time and Rituals for this Auspicious Day

Amavasya 2024 Mauni is scheduled for February 9, 2024, with the tithi starting at 8:02 AM and ending at 4:28 AM, marking the month's observance.

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Amavasya 2024 Date: The Amavasya Mauni occurs on February 9, 2024, during the month of February. The Amavasya tithi for this month commences at 8:02 AM on February 9 and concludes at 4:28 AM on February 10, 2024.

On an Amavasya, there is no moonlight on the Hindu calendar. This day is particularly auspicious for honoring our ancestors, and pitra pujas are frequently performed.

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The traditional Hindu calendar and the Western calendar are notably dissimilar. It makes use of thirty lunar phases referred to as “tithi” (ٝ��ٿם��ο). Amazonian “Amavasya” is considered to be a pivotal day on this calendar. This day signifies the start of the Shukla Paksha and is alternatively referred to as “no moon day” or “new moon day.” It is customary for individuals with the Pitra dosha in their kundli to perform pitra tarpan prayers for their progenitors on this day.

Numerous worships and rituals are observed on Amavasya. On this date, it is also believed that the departed forefathers descend to pay their offspring a visit to Earth. People are therefore apprehensive about Amavasya dates, as they wish to observe the day’s obligatory rituals. We are providing all pertinent information regarding the dates of Amavasya 2024 in this post. In comparison to all other Amavasya, the Kartik Amavasya is exceptionally sacred.

Mauni Amavasya 2024: Date And Importance Of The Day; Know The Details

Amavasya 2024 Date

Concerning the Hindu Almanac, Amavasya possesses its own significance. You should therefore take note of the Amavasya tithi 2024 and organize your devotional activities accordingly. The following are the month-specific dates of Amasvasya that have been observed and will be observed this year.

January 11, 2024

  • Traditional Name: Pausha Amavasya
  • Begin time: 8:10 PM, January 10
  • End time: 5:26 PM, January 11
  • Day: Thursday

February 9, 2024

  • Traditional Name: Magha Amavasya
  • Begin time: 8:02 AM, February 9
  • End time: 4:28 AM, February 10
  • Day: Friday

March 10, 2024

  • Traditional Name: Phalguna Amavasya
  • Begin time – 6:17 PM, March 9
  • End time – 2:29 PM, March 10
  • Day – Sunday

April 8, 2024

  • Traditional name: Chaitra Amavasya
  • Begin Time: 3:21 AM, April 8
  • End Time: 11:50 PM, April 8
  • Day: Monday

May 7, 2024

  • Traditional name: Vaishakha Amavasya
  • Begin Time: 11:40 AM, May 7
  • End Time: 8:51 AM, May 8
  • Day: Tuesday

 June 6 2024

The June amavasya date and time are listed below:

  • Traditional name: Jyeshtha Amavasya
  • Begin Time: 7:54 PM, June 5
  • End Time: 6:07 PM, June 6
  • Day: Thursday

July 5, 2024.

  • Traditional name: Ashadha Amavasya
  • Begin Time: 4:57 AM, July 5
  • End Time: 4:26 AM, July 6
  • Day: Friday

August 4, 2024

  • Traditional Name: Shravana Amavasya
  • Begin Time: 3:50 PM, August 3
  • End Time: 4:42 PM, August 4
  • Day: Sunday

September 2, 2024

  • Traditional Name: Bhadrapada Amavasya (कुशी अमावस्या)
  • Begin Time: 5:21 AM, September 2
  • End Time:  7:24 AM, September 3
  • Day: Monday

October 2, 2024

  • Traditional Name – Ashwina Amavasya
  • Begin Time – 9:39 PM, October 1
  • End Time –  12:18 AM, October 3
  • Day – Wednesday

November 1

  • Traditional Name –  Kartika Amavasya
  • Begin Time – 3:52 PM, October 31
  • End Time – 6:16 PM, November 1
  • Day – Friday

December 1, 2024

  • Traditional Name – Margashirsha Amavasya
  • Begin Time – 10:29 AM, November 30
  • End Time – 11:50 AM, December 1
  • Day – Sunday
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