February 10, 2024
Amavasya falling in Krishna Paksha of Hindu Bhadrapada month is celebrated as Bhadrapada Amavasya. It is also known by the names Bhado Amavasya, Bhadi Amavasya, Pithori, etc. in different parts of the country. This day has great significance in Hinduism as it is believed that our departed ancestors come to earth to meet their descendants. On the occasion of Kushi Amavasya, a special puja is done to offer tarpan to the ancestors. Apart from this, Amavasya has many other significance and hence it is celebrated with great enthusiasm among the people.
2024 Bhadrapada Amavasya September 2, Monday
Amavasya Date Starts – September 2, 2024 from 05:24:44
Amavasya Date Ends – September 3, 2024 at 07:27:56
Bhadrapada Amavasya has great significance in the Hindu religion. People believe that by observing a fast they will be liberated from all the sins of their previous birth. It brings harmony and happiness among family members and provides peace to the departed ancestors. This day is also considered important to get freedom from Kaal-Sarp Dosh. Kusha (green grass) also has special significance in Bhadrapada Amavasya Puja and Kusha collected on this day can be used to perform important religious activities.
Bhadrapada Amavasya is a day to wash away the sins of past lives and make offerings to the ancestors. On this day people go to the Sahe River take a bath and offer water and sesame seeds to the rising sun. After that Pind Daan is offered to the ancestors and food and clothes are distributed among the poor. In the evening, light a mustard oil lamp under the Peepal tree and circumambulate it 7 times.
Thus both the devotee and his ancestors are freed from their sins and attain peace and liberation. People also perform puja in their homes and visit nearby temples to seek the blessings of the deities.
For those who are suffering from the effects of Kaal-Sarpa Dosh in their horoscope, Bhadrapada Amavasya is a very auspicious day to perform rituals to get rid of the dosh.
The date of Amavasya that comes in every month has its special significance. On the day of Bhadrapada Amavasya, Kusha is collected for religious activities, hence it is called Kushagrahani Amavasya. In historical texts, it has also been called Kushotpatini Amavasya. If Bhadrapada Amavasya falls on Monday then this Kusha can be used for 12 years. If you want to know about Bhadrapada Amavasya, you can get more information by consulting an online astrologer consultation.
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