Bhaumvati Amavasya 2023

Bhaumvati Amavasya 2023

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  • Bhaumvati Amavasya 2023
  • Saturday, 21 January 2023
  • Amavasya Tithi Begins - 12 January 2023 at 06:18 am
  • Amavasya Tithi Ends - 22 January 2023 at 02:23 am

Amavasya day holds great importance in Hinduism. This is the day on which the moon is not fully visible. Lord Shiva is worshiped on the new moon day. The day of Bhaumvati Amavasya is the same day of Amavasya which is on Tuesday. In simple words, if the new moon day falls on Tuesday, then that new moon day is called Bhaumvati Amavasya. Bhaumvati Amavasya is also known as 'Bhaumya Amavasya' or 'Bhomvati Amavasya'.

According to astrology, on Tuesday, when the Moon and the Sun enter the same zodiac or the sign next to them, then it becomes Bhaumvati Amavasya Yag. It is believed that worship is done for ancestors and ancestors on this day.

Significance of Bhaumvati Amavasya

Bathing, charity and fasting have special significance on the day of Bhaumvati Amavasya. It is said that on this day, donating after bathing in the Ganges gives inexhaustible fruits. If you cannot bathe in the Ganges, then take a bath at home. Take a bath by mixing Ganga water in the bath water and meditate on Mother Ganga. Doing this also gives renewable results. Donations and food should be given to the needy people on this day.

The day of Bhaumvati Amavasya is dedicated to the worship of the planet Mars and hence is very suitable for removing any Mangal dosha in one's horoscope. The day is also suitable for performing 'charity' and 'virtuous' activities. Bhaumvati Amavasya is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion in all parts of the country.








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