Ashada Purnima or Ashada Pournami

Full moon days in Hindu calendar are known as Purnima or Pournami. Pournami that falls in the month of Ashadam is called as Ashada Purnima or Ashada Pournami. South Indian people called it as Pournami, whereas North Indians called it as Purnima. Apart from festivals, Pournami is a very important and auspicious day in Hindu calendar. Ashada Purnima is known as Guru Pournami. As per Hindu Scriptures, the day is dedicated to Gurus (Teachers) to pay their respects & express the gratitude to their teachers. The day is also celebrated by Jains and Buddhists. It is believed that on this day Lord Shiva taught yogic sciences very first time to Saptharishis (seven sages) Agastya, Atri, Bhardwaja, Gautam, Jamadagni, Vashista, and Visvamitra, because of this Lord Shiva is also called as Adi Yogi.
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Jyeshta Purnima or Jyeshta Pournami

Full moon days in Hindu calendar are known as Purnima or Pournami. Pournami that falls in the month of Jyeshta is called as Jyeshta Pournami. South Indian people called it as Pournami, whereas North Indians called it as Purnima. Apart from festivals, Pournami is a very important and auspicious day in Hindu calendar. Jyeshta Purnima is also known as Snan Purnima or Jagannatha Purnima. Snan yatra is celebrated in Puri Jagannath temple. Vat Savitri vrat is observed on this day by north Indian married women, to prolonging their married life.
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Vaisakha Pournami or Vaisakha Purnima

Full moon days in Hindu calendar are known as Purnima or Pournami. South Indian people called it as Pournami, whereas North Indians called it as Purnima. Vaisakham is the second month in Hindu calendar. Apart from festivals, Pournami is a very important and auspicious day in Hindu calendar. Pournami that falls in the month of Vaisakha is called as Vaisakha Purnima or Vaisakha Pournami or Baisakhi Pournami. Budha Jayanthi is celebrated on Vaisakha Purnima day, as this day is birth anniversary of Gautama Budha. The day is also called as Budha Purnima.
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Importance of Chaitra Pournami or Chaitra Purnima

Full moon days in Hindu calendar are known as Purnima or Pournami. South Indian people called it as Pournami, whereas North Indians called it as Purnima. Chaitra is the first month in Hindu calendar.   Apart from festivals, Pournami is a very important and auspicious day in Hindu calendar. Pournami that falls in the month of Chaitra is called as Chitra Purnima or Chaitra Pournami. Chaitra Purnima is Lord Hanuman’s birth anniversary, the day is celebrated as Hanuman Jayanthi. The tribal festival Chaitra Parva is celebrated on this day in Odisha and some parts of Bihar. The day is considered as Chitra Gupta's birthday. Tamil people celebrates Chaitra Pournami as Chitragupta Puja. He is the assistant of Lord Yama. It is believed that Chitragupta will erase all the negative karmas and sins.
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Mohini Ekadashi 2020 Date

Ekadashi is 11th day in Hindu calendar. Mohini  Ekadashi is observed in the month of Vaisakha during Shukla paksha(waxing phase of the moon) Ekadashi.  Ekadashi is also known as Hari Vasara as it is dedicated to lord Vishnu (Sri Hari). Mohini Ekadashi 2020 date is on Sunday, 3rd May. On this day Hindu devotees observe fasting and end after sunrise of the next day.  Breaking the fasting is called as Parana. It is believed that Ekadashi fasting helps in the ride of all the sins and past life misdeeds. According to Hindu mythology, Mohini is the attractive female avatar of Lord Vishnu. In Mahabharata, it is mentioned as Lord Vishnu appears in the form of Mohini to acquire the pot of Amrita from demons (asuras) and gives back to gods(devas). Importance & legend associated with Mohini Ekadashi When Yudhishthir asked Lord Krishna about the importance of Mohini Ekadashi. Sri Krishna replied about how Rama observed vrat in Tretha Yuga after sage Vasishta advised t…
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Mohini Ekadashi 2019 Date

Ekadashi is 11th day in Hindu calendar. Mohini  Ekadashi is observed in the month of Vaisakha during Shukla paksha(waxing phase of the moon) Ekadashi.  Ekadashi is also known as Hari Vasara as it is dedicated to lord Vishnu (Sri Hari). Mohini Ekadashi 2017 date is on Wednesday, 15th May. On this day Hindu devotees observe fasting and end after sunrise of the next day.  Breaking the fasting is called as Parana. It is believed that Ekadashi fasting helps in the ride of all the sins and past life misdeeds. According to Hindu mythology, Mohini is the attractive female avatar of Lord Vishnu. In Mahabharata, it is mentioned as Lord Vishnu appears in the form of Mohini to acquire the pot of Amrita from demons (asuras) and gives back to gods(devas). Importance & legend associated with Mohini Ekadashi When Yudhishthir asked Lord Krishna about the importance of Mohini Ekadashi. Sri Krishna replied about how Rama observed vrat in Tretha Yuga after sage Vasishta advis…
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Mohini Ekadashi 2018 Date

Ekadashi is 11th day in Hindu calendar. Mohini  Ekadashi is observed in the month of Vaisakha during Shukla paksha(waxing phase of the moon) Ekadashi.  Ekadashi is also known as Hari Vasara as it is dedicated to lord Vishnu (Sri Hari). Mohini Ekadashi 2018 date is on Thursday, 26th April. On this day Hindu devotees observe fasting and end after sunrise of the next day.  Breaking the fasting is called as Parana. It is believed that Ekadashi fasting helps in the ride of all the sins and past life misdeeds. According to Hindu mythology, Mohini is the attractive female avatar of Lord Vishnu. In Mahabharata, it is mentioned as Lord Vishnu appears in the form of Mohini to acquire the pot of Amrita from demons (asuras) and gives back to gods(devas). Importance & legend associated with Mohini Ekadashi When Yudhishthir asked Lord Krishna about the importance of Mohini Ekadashi. Sri Krishna replied about how Rama observed vrat in Tretha Yuga after sage Vasishta advi…
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Mohini Ekadashi 2017 Date

Ekadashi is 11th day in Hindu calendar. Mohini  Ekadashi is observed in the month of Vaisakha during Shukla paksha(waxing phase of the moon) Ekadashi.  Ekadashi is also known as Hari Vasara as it is dedicated to lord Vishnu (Sri Hari). Mohini Ekadashi 2017 date is on Saturday, 6th May. On this day Hindu devotees observe fasting and end after sunrise of the next day.  Breaking the fasting is called as Parana. It is believed that Ekadashi fasting helps in the ride of all the sins and past life misdeeds. According to Hindu mythology, Mohini is the attractive female avatar of Lord Vishnu. In Mahabharata, it is mentioned as Lord Vishnu appears in the form of Mohini to acquire the pot of Amrita from demons (asuras) and gives back to gods(devas). Importance & legend associated with Mohini Ekadashi When Yudhishthir asked Lord Krishna about the importance of Mohini Ekadashi. Sri Krishna replied about how Rama observed vrat in Tretha Yuga after sage Vasishta advised…
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Sankashti Chaturthi 2020 Dates

Observing Sankashta Chaturthi is believed to help in removing all difficulties and obstacles in life. Sankashti Vrat and Puja is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Hindu Calendar is based on Lunar months, each calendar month has two Chaturthi tithis. One is after the full moon (Purnima), called as Krishna Paksha is known as Sankashti Chaturthi and the one after new moon (Amavasya), called as Shukla Paksha is known as Vinayaka Chathurthi. In Tamilnadu, Sankashti Chaturthi is known as Sankatahara Chaturthi or Ganesha Sankatahara. If Sankashti Chaturthi falls on Tuesday, it is called as Angarki Chaturthi. Sankashti Chaturthi falls in Magh month is known as Sankat Chauth. Sankashti Chaturthi observance timings may differ from city to city as it is observed from Sunrise to Moonrise. We recommend you to search your city Moonrise timings at https://www.timeanddate.com/moon/. Read more about Sankashti Chaturthi. Sankashti Chaturthi 2020 Dates Monday, 13 January       …
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Sankashti Chaturthi 2019 Dates

Observing Sankashta Chaturthi is believed to help in removing all difficulties and obstacles in life. Sankashti Vrat and Puja is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Hindu Calendar is based on Lunar months, each calendar month has two Chaturthi Tithis. One is after the full moon (Purnima), called as Krishna Paksha is known as Sankashti Chaturthi and the one after new moon (Amavasya), called as Shukla Paksha is known as Vinayaka Chathurthi. In Tamilnadu, Sankashti Chaturthi is known as Sankatahara Chaturthi or Ganesha Sankatahara. If Sankashti Chaturthi falls on Tuesday, it is called as Angarki Chaturthi. Sankashti Chaturthi falls in Magh month is known as Sankat Chauth. Sankashti Chaturthi observance timings may differ from city to city as it is observed from Sunrise to Moonrise. We recommend you to search your city Moonrise timings at https://www.timeanddate.com/moon/. Read more about Sankashti Chaturthi. Sankashti Chaturthi Dates Sankashti Chaturthi, Sankat Chauth January 20…
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Sankashti Chaturthi 2018 Dates

Observing Sankashta Chaturthi is believed to help in removing all difficulties and obstacles in life. Sankashti Vrat and Puja is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Hindu Calendar is based on Lunar months, each calendar month has two Chaturthi tithis. One is after the full moon (Purnima), called as Krishna Paksha is known as Sankashti Chaturthi and the one after new moon (Amavasya), called as Shukla Paksha is known as Vinayaka Chathurthi. In Tamilnadu, Sankashti Chaturthi is known as Sankatahara Chaturthi or Ganesha Sankatahara. If Sankashti Chaturthi falls on Tuesday, it is called as Angarki Chaturthi. Sankashti Chaturthi falls in Magh month is known as Sankat Chauth. Sankashti Chaturthi observance timings may differ from city to city as it is observed from Sunrise to Moonrise. We recommend you to search your city Moonrise timings at https://www.timeanddate.com/moon/. Readmore about Sankashti Chaturthi. Sankashti Chaturthi 2018 Dates Friday, 05 January        …
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Sankashti Chaturthi 2017 Dates

Observing Sankashta Chaturthi is believed to help in removing all difficulties and obstacles in life. Sankashti Vrat and Puja is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Hindu Calendar is based on Lunar months, each calendar month has two Chaturthi tithis. One is after the full moon (Purnima), called as Krishna Paksha is known as Sankashti Chaturthi and the one after new moon (Amavasya), called as Shukla Paksha is known as Vinayaka Chathurthi. In Tamilnadu, Sankashti Chaturthi is known as Sankatahara Chaturthi or Ganesha Sankatahara. If Sankashti Chaturthi falls on Tuesday, it is called as Angarki Chaturthi. Sankashti Chaturthi falls in Magh month is known as Sankat Chauth. Sankashti Chaturthi observance timings may differ from city to city as it is observed from Sunrise to Moonrise. We recommend you to search your city Moonrise timings at https://www.timeanddate.com/moon/. Readmore about Sankashti Chaturthi. Sankashti Chaturthi 2017 Dates Sunday, 15 January    …
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About Rohini Vrat & Vrat Vidhi

Rohini Vrat is popular vrat practiced by the Jain community. The vrat is observed on Rohini Nakshatra day by Jain ladies for health and long life of their husbands. In some families, all the family members observe this vrat. According to Hindu and Jain calendars, 7 nakshatras are there, among them Rohini is fourth nakshatra. nakshatra falls once  in every twenty seven days. Rohini vrat is observed on the day after sunrise. Rohini Vrat Vidhi On the day, devotees observing the fast wakes early and takes the holy bath. A photo or an idol of Vasupujya (one of the Twenty four Tirtankaras) is set up in the puja room. A puja is performed to the idol after a holy bath and offerings are made like dhoop and prasad. After the puja, devotees start the fasting and that stretches up to the rise of next nakshatra called Marghashira or Marghashirsha. After the end of vrat, they visit the temple and do charity works like feeding poor people, giving cloths. The significance …
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Akshaya Tritiya 2020 Date

Akshaya Tritiya 2020 Date As per Hindu calendar in 2020 Akshaya Tritiya falls on Sunday, 26th April. About Akshaya Tritiya Akshaya Tritiya is a highly auspicious and holy day for Hindu and Jain communities. Akshaya Tritiya is also called as Akti or Akha Teej. As per Hindu Panchang it falls on Vaishakha month, Shukla Paksha Trithiya (Third day during bright half of Vaisakha month). As per Jain Calendar also it falls on the same day. Akshaya is a Sanskrit word, which means never diminishing and the day is believed to bring good luck and success. Tritiya means third, as it falls on third day as per Hindu calendar the day is called as Akshaya Tritiya.
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