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2019 Amavasya Dates for India, 2019 Amavasya Calendar, AmavasyaSchedule

2019 Amavasya Dates for New Delhi, India, 2019 Amavasya Dates for  India, 2019 Amavasya Calendar, 2019 Amavasya Dates and Time, India, 2019 Amavasya Calendar for India, 2019 Amavasya Schedule.
About Amavasya: Amāvāsyā (Sanskrit: अमावस्या) means dark moon lunar phase in Sanskrit. The word Amāvāsyā is common to almost all Nepalese and Indian languages as most of them are derived from Sanskrit. Ancient Babylonian, Greek and Indian calendars used 30 lunar phases, called tithi in India. The dark moon tithi is when the Moon is within the 12 degrees of angular distance between the Sun and Moon before conjunction (syzygy). The New Moon tithi (called Pratipada or Pratima) is the 12 angular degrees after syzygy. Amāvāsyā is often translated as new moon since there is no standard term for the Moon before conjunction in English. source- Wikipedia

2019 Amavasya Dates for India


2019 Amavasya Date

05     January     (Saturday)     Paush Amavasya
04     February     (Monday)     Magha Amavasya
06     March     (Wednesday)     Phalguna Amavasya
05     April     (Friday)     Chaitra Amavasya
04     May     (Saturday)     Vaishakha Amavasya
03     June     (Monday)     Jyeshtha Amavasya
02     July     (Tuesday)     Ashadha Amavasya
01     August     (Thursday)     Shravana Amavasya
30     August     (Friday)     Bhadrapada Amavasya
28     September     (Saturday)     Ashwin Amavasya
28     October     (Monday)     Kartik Amavasya
26     November     (Tuesday)     Margashirsha Amavasya
26     December     (Thursday)     Paush Amavasya


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