New Delhi, Counter of Spirituality | Ashadha Amavasya 2023: According to the Hindu calendar, Amavasya Tithi falls on the day after Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi every month. Thus, June 18 is ‘Ashadha Amavasya’. The moon is not visible in the sky on Amavasya Tithi. Amavasya and the full moon date have special importance in Sanatan Dharma. There is a law of worship, song, penance and charity on this day. Therefore, on Amavasya Tithi, Lord Vishnu is worshiped according to the rules and regulations. The ancestors are also worshiped on this day. In this Tarpan and Shraddha rituals are performed. Come tell us in detail about Amavasya-
According to Dainik Panchang, the date of Ashadh Amavasya will begin at 9:11 am on June 17 and end the next day on June 18 at 10:06 am Thus, there is Darsha Amavasya on June 17 and Ashadh Amavasya on June 18. On this day there will be adoration, singing, penance and charity. Kalsarpa and Pitra Dosha are also removed on Amavasya Tithi.
The Amavasya that falls on Monday is called Somvati Amavasya and the Amavasya that falls on Saturday is called Shani Amavasya. Devotees and devotees take a bath of faith in holy rivers and lakes at Amavasya Tithi. After this adoration, singing, penance and donation. On this day, offering Tilanjali in the flowing stream of water is virtuous. By doing this, the seeker obtains an infallible fruit.
method of worship
On this day, after getting up in Brahma Muhurta, first of all bow down to Lord Vishnu. After this, after retiring from all work, take bath with water containing Ganges water and meditate. If there is a facility, bathe in the Ganges. Then make a resolution to worship after doing Aachaman. Now first of all do Jalabhishek of Sun God. After this do it with reverence and devotion to Lord Vishnu. After the worship is over, float sesame seeds in the flowing water. I wish you happiness, peace, prosperity and good fortune at this time. There is also a body donation ritual on this day. Therefore, individuals can donate the bodies of their ancestors. It also feeds the poor and Brahmins. In the end, donate as much as you can and with devotion.
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