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Friday, 16 September 2016 22:39



In Hinduism, Amavasya tithi takes an important position.

In Hinduism, Amavasya tithi takes an important position. Amavasya is known as the no moon day in traditional Hindu calendar. It is the darkest day in the Hindu month and also the last day in a month in the traditional Hindu calendars. On the day of Amavasya, a person remembers his ancestors and with a sense of reverence their shradh is done. Havan is done to provide peace to our ancestors. Brahmins are offered food and charity.


Shanichari Amavasya has its own significance where Lord of Justice Shani Dev is worshipped on this day. By doing worship on shanichari Amavasya, Shani Dev keeps you away from all the evil stuffs and bless you a happy life. As Shani Dev is known as a Lord Of Justice, he keeps a eye on you every time and sinful one also be punished by him.


But on this Amavasya, the one who is suffering from Shani Dev’s sadhesati can be rid of by worshipping him on this day.   According to Hindu mythology, on this day if Devotees hold special Puja then Kalsarpa Pitridosh faults can also be recovered by Shani Dev’s grace. The date for the year 2014 for Shani Amavasya is on 01 March 2014, Saturday. Persons having Shani Dosh, Mahadasha and Sadesati are especially recommended to celebrate this festival and perform Shani Amayasya Puja.

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