6th October 2021 पंचांग According to this, 06 October 2021 is the new moon day of Krishna Paksha of Ashwin month. The special religious significance of this day has been told in Hinduism. पंचांग According to what is special on this day, let us know.
End of Pitru Paksha 2021
Amavasya date is 06 October 2021. Amavasya date of Ashwin month is considered special. Amavasya of Pitru Paksha on the date of this new moon is also called Mahalaya Amavasya, Sarva Pitru Amavasya and Mokshadayini Amavasya.
Importance of Sarva Pitru Amavasya
According to the belief, the date of Amavasya of Ashwin Krishna Paksha is also called Sarva Pitru Amavasya because on this date all those ancestors can be worshiped and Shradh whose date is not known. That is, on Sarva Pitru Amavasya, anyone can perform Shradh and Tarpan.
Importance of donation in Pitru Paksha
Donation on Pitru Amavasya has also been given special importance. On this day, helping and cooperating the needy person also gives virtue. Serving animals and birds also gives benefits. On this day, a person can do charity and charity according to his faith and ability.
06 October 2021 पंचांग (Panchang 6th October 2021)
Vikrami Samvat: 2078
Month Purnimant: Ashwin
Date: Amavasya – till 16:37:19
Nakshatra: Hasta – till 23:20:24
Karan: Nag – till 16:37:19, Kintughna – till 27:14:58
Yoga: Brahma – till 08:31:45, Indra – till 29:11:02
Sunrise: 06:16:24 AM
Sunset: 18:01:55 PM
dry season: autumn
Rahu Kaal: 09:11:41 to 10:42:12 (no auspicious work is done during this period)
Auspicious time, Abhijeet Muhurta – none
Inauspicious timing –
Wicked Muhurta: 11:45:38 to 12:32:40
Kulik: from 11:45:38 to 12:32:40
Kalvela / Ardhyam: from 07:03:26 to 07:50:28
Hours: 08:37:30 to 09:24:32
Kantak: 16:27:50 to 17:14:52
Yamgand: From 07:44:35 to 09:12:46
Gulick time: from 10:40:58 to 12:09:09
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