2021 Mauni Amavasya Puja Calendar, मौनी अमावस्या

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Mauni Amavasya Puja

The Amavasya (No Moon) of Magh (January-February) month of Hindu calendar is called as Mauni Amavasya.

Mauni (~ Mauna) capacity Silence and Mauni Amavasya stresses on the want to devoid oneself of all the worldly distractions to focal point on one’s internal self.

If Mauni Amavasya falls on Monday then it is viewed even greater auspicious.
Tradition: Traditions and religious epics recommend taking a dip at Triveni Sangam, the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and the Saraswati in Prayaga (Allahabad).
Many hindu devotees from all over the world gather at Prayaga to take a holy dip at the Triveni Sangam.
This festivity at Prayaga is called as Magh Mela and is regraded as the Mini Kumbh.
Magh Mela is held annually except the years of Kumbh and Ardh Kumbh.
Vrata (Fasting): Mauni Amavasya is an ideal time to do away with the distractions of mind and focus one’s innerself or aatma.
Traditions stress on the need to practice ascetic behavior.
Fasting on this day is considered highly auspicious.
Many people even fast the whole Magh Month or consume only one meal as day.
Sleeping on mat, not applying oil on body, not using any cosmetics / makeup, observing silence & meditation form an essential part of this Vrata.
Significance of ‘Mauna’: ‘Mauna’ is derived from the word ‘Muni’ (saint).
Silence is one of the three essential attributes of a Muni along with childlike nature and wisdom.
Silence is the first door to spiritual eminence.
Local Aspects: Mauni Amavasya is known as Chollangi Amavasya in Andhra Pradesh.
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2021 Mauni Amavasya Puja Calendar

 Name of Festivals
 Date of Festivals
 Mauni Amavasya Puja
(Thursday) 11th February 2021

2021 Mauni Amavasya Puja Timing 

Mauni Amavasya on Thursday, February 11, 2021
Amavasya Tithi Begins - 01:08 AM on February 11, 2021
Amavasya Tithi Ends - 12:35 AM on February 12, 2021

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