2023 Ashada Masam Start Date and End Date Puja Tithi

See below for the 2023 Ashada Masam Start Date and End Date Puja Tithi, Pooja Procedure, Muhurtham, Ashada Masam 2023 Karnataka, and Vratham Details Here.

Ashada Masam or Ashada Month is the fourth month of the Indian Hindu Calendar. As Per Sanathana Dharma, Ashadam masam comes before the month of Sravana Masam. Ashada Masam is the Month where the Uttarashada or Purvashada Nakshatra falls on a Full Moon day or the Day before or After a Full Moon day. As per Astrology, the Ashada Masam comes at Karkataka Sankramanam. Also, The Dakshanayana Kalam falls in this month only. Normally, This Aashada Masam comes Between Mid of June and Mid of July months in the English Calendar.

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2023 Ashada Masam Start Date and End Date Puja Tithi

  • Like Every Year, This year also Ashada Masam or Ashada Month falls in the mid of June and July. Aashadam Begins on the date of 19 June and Ends on 17 July 2023.
  • The Last day of the Ashada Masam is Ashada Amavasya. This is the day when unmarried women celebrate the festival and Vrat for a Good Husband
  • Amavasya of the Ashada Month is Popularly known as Bheemana Amavasya or Bheemana Amavasya habba.
  • Karnataka People Celebrate the grand festival on this Bhemana Amavasya Day.
  • In Andhra and Telangana, People Celebrate the Jyothirbheemeswara Swamy Vratham on this day.
  • This day is dedicated to Lord Shiva, to perform pooja, Rudrabhisheka, Homam, and Vratham.
  • Unmarried Women do fasting and Celebrate the Vrata for Good Husbands on this day, and worship the goddess gowri with bheemeswara Swamy.

2023 Ashada Masam Start Date and End Date Puja Tithi and Ashada Masam 2023 Karnataka:

  • Ashada Amvasya is a special day in the month, Also it is the last day of the month.
  • people offering rudrabhishekam on this day on behalf of Masa Shivaratri and Jyothi Bheemeswara Vratham.
  • Also, This day is dedicated to the Ancestors, Offering Tarpanam, and Performing the Pinda Pooja on this day is a must.
  • Married women worship goddess Gowri Devi for her excellent health and Husband’s Longlife, and Unmarried women pray for a good husband and life.

Facts and Doubts About Ashada Masam:

There are those who believe that the month of Ashada is a difficult time, but this is not the case. In the states of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, they adhere to the custom of not allowing newlywed couples to remain in the same location during the month of Ashada Masam. In most situations, the wife will avoid her husband and return to their respective homes.

There are also many people who are of the opinion that the son-in-daughter law’s and the daughter-in-mother law’s should not be living together during this month. There is no scriptural evidence to support this, rather, it is a regional custom observed by certain communities.



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