In Amavasyant Calenders Magha month falls between 5th February 2019 and 9th March 2019. Hinduism is believed to be one of the world's oldest organized religions. With the change in the regional face of India, the Hindu Calendar has been changed and modified time to time. This calendar marks important festivals and holidays. Our nation is well known for a lot of things right from yoga to the diverse travel destinations, but there exists one thing that our nation is best at; it? It's been said often enough that Hindus celebrate everything. Hinduism has no single prophet, no single scripture, and not any one set of religious rites. With so many holy days and more than 20 major Hindu festivals, the calendar should be liberally sprinkled with them.
If you are looking for a 2019 Hindu Calendar with Holidays then download it from below. Out of the lot, a majority of the festivities is dedicated to the Hindu religion. Hinduism is the world's third largest religion with more than a billion followers. Many astrologers advise against performing any important ceremony on this day. Onam is a good example of a festival that is celebrated solely by Keralites. . Shattila Ekadashi, Vasant Panchami, Ratha Saptami, Bhishma Ashtami and Jaya Ekadashi are the major festivals of this month.
All important festivals and fasting 2019 dates are marked in the calendar. India being a secular country encompasses more than 4 religions and every single month comprises of one or more festivals to celebrate and enjoy. AuspiciousÂ Marriage Dates Shubh VivahÂ Muhurat NakshatraÂ For Marriage TithiÂ For Marriage 17th Â January Thursday 22:34 toÂ 31:19+ Rohini Dwadashi 18th Â January Friday 07:19 to 22:10 Rohini, Mrigashirsha Dwadashi, Trayodashi 23rd Â January Wednesday 07:17 to 13:40 Magha Tritiya 25th Â January Friday 14:48 toÂ 31:16+ Uttara Phalguni, Hasta Panchami, Shashthi 26th Â January Saturday 07:16 to 15:05 Hasta Shashthi 29th Â January Tuesday 15:15 toÂ 27:02+ Anuradha Dashami 01st Â February Friday 07:14 to 21:08 Mula Dwadashi, Trayodashi 08th Â February Friday 14:59 to 23:24 Uttara Bhadrapada Chaturthi 09th Â February Saturday 12:25 toÂ 31:08+ Uttara Bhadrapada, Revati Panchami 10th Â February Sunday 07:08 to 13:06 Revati Panchami 15th Â February Friday 07:04 to 20:53 Mrigashirsha Dashami, Ekadashi 21st Â February Thursday 06:59 to 23:12 Uttara Phalguni Dwitiya, Tritiya 23rd Â February Saturday 22:47 toÂ 30:56+ Swati Panchami 24th Â February Sunday 06:56 to 22:03 Swati Shashthi 26th Â February Tuesday 10:47 to 23:04 Anuradha Ashtami 28th Â February Thursday 07:21 to 19:35 Mula Dashami 02nd Â March Saturday 11:32 to 30:49+ Uttara Ashadha Dwadashi 07th Â March Thursday 20:54 toÂ 30:43+ Uttara Bhadrapada Pratipada, Dwitiya 08th March Friday 06:43 toÂ 30:42+ Uttara Bhadrapada, Revati Dwitiya, Tritiya 09th Â March Saturday 06:42 to 18:48 Revati Tritiya 13th Â March Wednesday 06:38 toÂ 28:23+ Rohini Saptami 16th Â April Tuesday 25:51+ toÂ 29:58+ Uttara Phalguni Trayodashi 17th Â April Wednesday 05:58 to 18:32 Uttara Phalguni Trayodashi 18th Â April Thursday 14:58 to 19:26 Hasta Chaturdashi 19th Â April Friday 19:30 toÂ 29:55+ Swati Pratipada 20th Â April Saturday 05:55 to 17:58 Swati Pratipada, Dwitiya 22nd Â April Monday 11:24 to 16:46 Anuradha Chaturthi 23rd Â April Tuesday 25:00+ Â toÂ 29:52+ Mula Panchami 24 th Â April Wednesday 05:52 to 18:35 Mula Panchami, Shashthi 25th Â April Thursday 25:39+ Â toÂ 29:50+ Uttara Ashadha Saptami 26th Â April Friday 05:50 to 23:15 Uttara Ashadha Saptami, Ashtami 02nd Â May Thursday 05:45 to 27:20+ Uttara Bhadrapada, Revati Trayodashi 06th Â May Monday 16:37 to 25:15+ Rohini Dwitiya 07th Â May Tuesday 23:23 toÂ 29:40+ Mrigashirsha Tritiya, Chaturthi 08 th Â May Wednesday 05:40 to 13:40 Mrigashirsha Chaturthi 12th Â May Sunday 17:33 toÂ 29:37+ Magha Navami 14th Â May Tuesday 08:53 to 23:47 Uttara Phalguni Dashami, Ekadashi 15 th Â May Wednesday 10:35 to 29:35+ Hasta Dwadashi 17th Â May Friday 17:38 toÂ 27:08+ Swati Chaturdashi 19th Â May Sunday 13:07 toÂ 26:07+ Anuradha Pratipada 21st Â May Tuesday 08:45 to 13:25 Mula Tritiya 23rd Â May Thursday 05:31 toÂ 29:31+ Uttara Ashadha Panchami, Shashthi 28th Â May Tuesday 18:59 toÂ 26:29+ Uttara Bhadrapada Dashami 29th Â May Wednesday 15:21 toÂ 29:29+ Uttara Bhadrapada, Revati Ekadashi 30th Â May Thursday 05:29 to 16:37 Revati Ekadashi 08th Â June Saturday 22:59 toÂ 29:28+ Magha Shashthi, Saptami 09th Â June Sunday 05:28 to 15:49 Magha Saptami 10th Â June Monday 14:21 toÂ 29:28+ Uttara Phalguni Ashtami, Navami 12th Â June Wednesday 06:08 to 11:51 Hasta Dashami 13th Â June Thursday 25:23+ toÂ 29:28+ Swati Dwadashi 14th Â June Friday 05:28 to 10:17 Swati Dwadashi 15th Â June Saturday 10:00 toÂ 29:28+ Anuradha Trayodashi, Chaturdashi 16th Â June Sunday 05:28 to 10:07 Anuradha Chaturdashi 17th Â June Monday 17:00 toÂ 29:28+ Mula Pratipada 18th Â June Tuesday 05:28 to 11:51 Mula Pratipada 19th Â June Wednesday 13:30 to 18:58 Uttara Ashadha Dwitiya, Tritiya 25th Â June Tuesday 05:30 toÂ 29:30+ Uttara Bhadrapada Ashtami, Navami 26th Â June Wednesday 05:30 to 23:50 Revati Navami 06th Â July Saturday 13:09 to 21:52 Magha Panchami 07th Â July Sunday 20:14 toÂ 29:34+ Uttara Phalguni Shashthi 08th Â November Friday 12:24 toÂ 30:43+ Uttara Bhadrapada Dwadashi 09th Â November Saturday 06:43 toÂ 30:43+ Uttara Bhadrapada, Revati Dwadashi, Trayodashi 14th Â November Thursday 09:14 toÂ 30:47+ Rohini, Mrigashirsha Dwitiya, Tritiya 22nd Â November Friday 09:01 toÂ 30:54+ Uttara Phalguni, Hasta Ekadashi 23rd Â November Saturday 06:54 to 14:45 Hasta Dwadashi 24th Â November Sunday 12:48 toÂ 25:05+ Swati Trayodashi 30th Â November Saturday 18:04 toÂ 31:00+ Uttara Ashadha Panchami 05th Â December Thursday 20:08 toÂ 31:04+ Uttara Bhadrapada Navami, Dashami 06th Â December Friday 07:04 to 16:32 Uttara Bhadrapada Dashami 11th Â December Wednesday 22:54 toÂ 31:08+ Rohini Purnima 12th Â December Thursday 07:08 toÂ 30:19+ Mrigashirsha Purnima, Pratipada Apart from the above mentioned dates, one needs to be careful so as not to perform marriage when Guru and Shukra Tara are Asta Marriage performed while Guru and Shukra Tara are Asta leads to complicated relationship among the couple. The calendar is made from both solar and lunisolar calendars. That is also why even secular events like harvests take on religious overtones, with the patron deity presiding over the festivities. Apart from the universally celebrated festivals like Dussehra, Diwali and Ganesh Chaturthi, there are others that are observed in specific communities or geographical areas. The primary sacred texts of Hinduism are the Vedas: Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva Veda.
Thus, there are a number of festivals observed in India. Ron Hubbard Scientology 17-Mar Sunday St. Most popular Hindu scriptures are the Mahabharata, Bhagavad Gita and Ramayan. There are a total number of 12 months, which are based on the transit of Sun from one to another. We hope that you will be able to save your time and prepare for the festive occasions the way you want with the help of Hindu Calendar 2019. Every single festival has its own legend and significance, and all the customs rests upon the reason behind the celebration of the festival.
The biggest reason for considering Amavasya as an auspicious time is the festival of lights i. As Hindu Festivals depends on the location, so there might be a difference between the two cities. Date Festival Names 11th August 2018 Saturday 13th August 2018 Monday 15th August 2018 Wednesday 17th August 2018 Friday 22nd August 2018 Wednesday 24th August 2018 Friday 26th August 2018 Sunday 29th August 2018 Wednesday 02nd September 2018 Sunday 06th September 2018 Thursday 12th September 2018 Wednesday 13th September 2018 Thursday 14th September 2018 Friday 17th September 2018 Monday 20th September 2018 Thursday 23rd September 2018 Sunday 25th September 2018 Tuesday. Most Hindus worship one or more deities, believe in rebirth and value the practice of meditation. Hindu Calendar 2019, contains all the important occasions, festivals, fasts and other related festivities of the Hindu religion that will be observed in the year 2019. This diverse culture makes the festivities and commemorations a pretty unique one to see and experience. The Hindu calendar follows the lunar month and Amavasya, the new moon night, falls at the beginning of new lunar month which lasts for about 30 days.
Hence, according to the Hindu religion, festival or tyohar exemplifies the time of worshiping deities, celebrations and seeking the blessings of god. This webcast elucidates the date, muhurat, puja vidhi and the legend behind all the essential festivals of India. When is Magha Masam in 2019? Even the traditions, rituals and celebrations for a festival varies with the change in place and region. The reasons for this lie deep, in the origin of Hinduism as an organic religion. In Hindu religion, the term Festivals is known as Tyohar.
But the major festivals are not the only ones that the people celebrate. Since the ancient days, Hindu Calendar is a traditional method to measure time. According to Hindu Calendar, a day can be determined in two ways - Solar Day also known as Divas and Lunar Day also known as Tithi. According to the Vishnu Dharma Shastra, it is said that if you offer Shraddha rituals to your ancestors on this day, it gives them peace. This is when there is a fever of celebrations, with a string of important festivals following one another in a rush. This is all from our side related to the 2019 Hindu Calendar, we will add more useful templates here so keep on checking this space.
And there is the religious bit lurking behind it all. Hindu Calendar envisages all the significant Hindu festivals and all the propitious fasts which are celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour. There are rituals for phases of the moon, solar and lunar eclipses, days of the week, a person's auspicious star or zodiac sign. January, February, March, and so on. Nowadays large Hindu populations can be found in various parts of the world. Hindu sacred texts are regarded as the most ancient religious texts. Most Hindus observe a fast on the Amavasya day and offer food to their ancestors.
George's Day Christian 26-Apr Friday Holy Friday Orthodox Christian 28-Apr Sunday Pascha - Easter Orthodox Christian 29-Apr Monday Ninth Day of Ridvan Baha'i 30-Apr Tuesday St. Most of the Hindu festivals are determined based on the position of the Sun and the Moon. India is a country with myriad cultural and religious backgrounds, and as a nation, it showcases the celebration of festivals of various types, colour and religion. Besides, you will also find versions of the same festival being celebrated under different names in different regions. This year Magha month starts on 22nd January 2019 and ends 20th February 2019 in purnimant calenders. Hindu holidays are also confined to particular regions by the importance a certain god enjoys. The name of the months and their corresponding Zodiac signs are Chaitra Aries , Vaisakha Taurus , Jyaistha Gemini , Asadha Cancer , Sravana Leo , Bhadrapada Virgo , Asvina Libra , Kartika Scorpio , Agrahayana Sagittarius , Pausa Capricorn , Magha Aquarius and Phalguna Pisces.
Each month is divided into two Paksha-- Shukla Paksha waxing phase of Moon and Krishna Paksha waning phase of Moon. Patrick's Day Christian 19-Mar Tuesday St. The fortnight that starts with Amavasya is also referred as the Shukla paksha bright half of the month. River bath Magh snan is considered auspicious during this month. To have a perfectly happy married life, get the most suitable wedding date as recommended by Pt.