For Hindus, Amavasya is an important day. It is the start of Shukla Paksha, or the brilliant fortnight, of the lunar month, according to the Hindu traditional calendar. Thirty lunar phases, known as tithi in India, are used in the Hindu lunar calendar. Amavasya is also known as the New Moon Day or the Day Without a Moon.


According to Hindu scriptures, Nirjala Ekadashi is the most significant and significant of all the twenty-four Ekadashis. Fasting on Nirjala Ekadashi is thought to provide all of theadvantages of twenty-four Ekadashi fasting in a year.


Navaratri is a Hindu celebration that takes place every year in the fall and lasts for nine nights (and ten days). It is observed and celebrated differently in different regions of the Indian cultural realm for various reasons. There are four seasonal Navaratris in theory. In actuality, however, the post-monsoon fall festival of Sharada Navaratri is the most widely celebrated in honour of the divine feminine Devi (Durga). The event is held in the bright half of the Hindu calendar month Ashvin, which corresponds to September and October in the Gregorian calendar.


In Hinduism PradoshVrat holds particular importance. Like two Ekadashi within a month, Pradosh quickly occurs twice a month similarly. PradoshVrat is reported in TrayodashiTithi according to the Panchang. Lord Bholenath is systematically adored on this day. Lord Shiva is devoted to this particular day.

Purnima Vrat

The ladies of Suhagin keep their husband in Vat Purnima quickly on this day. South India, comprising Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Goa, celebrates the festival of Vat Purnima Vrat. The event is held in Northern India, same like the Vat Savitri Vrat festival is. While on Jyeshtha Moon Day Vat Savitri Vrat is observed, on Jyeshtha Moon's full day Vat Purnima Vrat is noted. It is supposed to be the outcome of being an uninterrupted Saubhagyavati by observing this quickly married woman and the husband has happiness, tranquilly and long life in his

Rohini Vrat

The Rohini Vrat festival among the members of the Jain faith is observed with tremendous passion. Today, i.e. 16th April 2021 this celebration is held. On the day of Rohini Nakshatra the Rohini Vrat is celebrated. This is why Rohini Vrat is called quickly. Both men and women do this quickly. However, ladies are said to have to observe Rohini quickly. At Rohini Nakshatra's conclusion and Margashirshatra's start, Rohini Vrat's shattered. 12 Rohini fasts take place every year.


Satyanarayan is a Hindu guru who lives in India. Puja is the Hindu god Vishnu's religious devotion. Satyanarayan means "the highest being who is an embodiment of truth," as Satya means "truth" and Narayana means "the highest being." A religious vow, religious observance, or duty is referred to as Vrat or Puja.


In the month of Shravan, Mondays are particularly significant. SawanSomwarVrat is observed by Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati devotees. And, according to the lunar calendar, today is the first SawanSomwar, which begins after the New Moon Day.

Vat Savitri

The Hindu calendar's Vat Purnima Vrat is one of the most important days. Married ladies commemorate Vat Purnima Vrat on this day to pray for their husbands' health and longevity. Vat Savitri Vrat is observed on Amavasya in certain Indian states, while Purnima is observed in others, both in the month of Jyeshta.

Vinayaka Chaturthi

Each lunar month features two Chaturthi tithis, according to the Hindu calendar. It is claimed that the Chaturthi Tithi(s) are of lord Ganesha according to the Hindu scriptures. The Chaturthi is called Vinayaka Chaturthi following Amavasya or the New Moon during Shukla Paksha. The monthly Lord Ganesha birthday is commemorated by Vinayaka Chaturthi. Lord Ganesha's followers watch quickly on this day the Shukla Paksha Chaturthi Tithi.