Thai Amavasya 2018 Amavasai or No Moon Day in Tamil Thai Masam in 2018

January 16 2018, 6am-6pm; and January 17, upto 8:26am;     3, Thai Masam, Sri Hevilambi Year, Kaliyugam 5118


Thai Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Thai (January – February). Thai Amavasai is dedicated to dead ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives. Thai Amavasya 2018 date is for TUESDAY, January 16, 2018. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace.

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2017 Mahalaya Amavasya

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MAHALAYA AMAVASYA
06 – 20 September 2016

rameswaramtyempleMahalaya Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil month of Purattaasi and is considered highly auspicious for performing rituals to the dead like Shraddha and Tarpana. Mahalaya Patsam from September 06 to Amavasya on 19 Septembar, Utthram. The star-asterism is also auspicious to Lord Siva. Important rituals on the day include performing rites for deceased ancestors in sacred Teerths and riverbanks and also taking a holy dip in sacred rivers and spots. This year, Mahalaya Amavasya puja will be conducted from 06 September to 20 September. . Mahalaya Patsam from September 06 to Amavasya on 19 after noon and 20th before 11.34am wednesday, Septembar, Utthram.

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Aadi Amavasya or No Moon Day in Tamil Aadi Masam in 2017


Aadi Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Aadi (July-August). Aadi Amavasai is dedicated to deceased ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives. Aadi Amavasya 2017 date is Sunday, 23 July 2017. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace.

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Thai Amavasya 2017 Amavasai or No Moon Day in Tamil Thai Masam in 2017


Thai Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Thai (January – February). Thai Amavasai is dedicated to dead ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives. Thai Amavasya 2017 date is Friday, January 27. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace.

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2016 Mahalaya Amavasya

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MAHALAYA AMAVASYA
17 – 30 September 2016

rameswaramtyempleMahalaya Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil month of Purattaasi and is considered highly auspicious for performing rituals to the dead like Shraddha and Tarpana. Mahalaya Patsam from September 17 to Amavasya on 30 Septembar, Utthram. The star-asterism is also auspicious to Lord Siva. Important rituals on the day include performing rites for dead ancestors in sacred Teerths and riverbanks and also taking a holy dip in sacred rivers and spots. This year, Mahalaya Amavasya puja will be conducted from 17 September to 30 September.

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Mahalaya Amavasya 2015

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MAHALAYA AMAVASYA
12 October 2015

Mahalaya AmavasyaMahalaya Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil month of Purattaasi and is considered highly auspicious for performing rituals to the dead like Shraddha and Tarpana. Mahalaya Patsam from September 28 to Amavasya on 12 October, Hastham. The day is also auspicious to Lord Siva. Important rituals on the day include performing rites for dead ancestors in sacred Teerths and riverbanks and also taking a holy dip in sacred rivers and spots. This year, Mahalaya Amavasya puja will be conducted on 12 October 2015.

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Aadi Amavasya 2015

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AADI AMAVASYA
14 August 2015

Aadi AmavasyaAadi Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil month of Aadi and is considered highly auspicious for performing rituals to the dead like Shradh and Tarpan. Aadi Amavasai 2015 date is August 14. The day is also auspicious to Lord Muruga. Important rituals on the day include performing rites for dead ancestors in sacred Teerths and riverbanks and also taking a holy dip in sacred rivers and spots. This year, Aadi Amavasya will be observed on 14 August 2015

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