Purnima dates for 202128.1.2021 – 20:1627.2.2021 – 9:1728.3.2021 – 19:4826.4.2021 (27. 4. in 4:32)26.5.2021 – 12:1424.6.2021 – 19:4023.7.2021, (24. 7. in 04:37)22.8.2021 – 14:0220.9.2021 – ( 21. 9. in 01:54)20.10.2021 – 16:5719.11.2021 – 9:5918.12.2021 (…

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Divali is one of the greatest Indian festivals, it is a festival of light that celebrates the victory of light over spiritual darkness. “Deepavali” literally means a series of oil lamps (diyas).Divali is celebrated on…

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Sarad Purnima

Sarad purnima is the day that falls in the month of Asvin according to the Lunar calendar, and it is usually the tenth full moon of the year. On that day the moon is the…

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Literally Navaratri means nine nights. This festival is celebrated twice a year, once in the beginning of summer – Ram Navaratri when Lord Rama is worshipped, and in the beginning of winter – Durga Navaratri,…

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Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on the fourth day of the bright moon phase Bhadrapad (August/September); it is the birth day of Sri Ganesh, a big festival celebrated worldwide. There is a wide variety of customs…

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Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon day – Sravana Purnima – in the month August/September. This is the day when every person can choose a brother or a sister towards whom he/she feels closely connected…

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Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima is a festival dedicated to the glory of Guru, a day when disciples come for Darshan to their Guru. For spiritual aspirants it is the most important festival of the year, when they…

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Hanuman Jayanti

Sri Hanumanji is respected all over India, individually or in connection with Sri Rama. In every temple dedicated to Rama there is an image – murti of Sri Hanuman. Hanuman is the Avatar of Lord…

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The celebration of the festival of Holi is very old in its origin and is described already in the ancient writings sutras. In its essence, that festival is the celebration of the final victory of…

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Maha Shivaratri

Maha Shivaratri means the Great Night of Shiva, a festival dedicated to Lord Shiva and celebrated according to the Lunar Calendar on the 14th day of the waning phase of the moon Falgun (February-March). The…

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Vasant Panchami

Vasant Panchami is one of the more important festivals of India. It marks the beginning of spring and it is a festival dedicated to Sarasvati, the protector of learning, knowledge and wisdom. It is believed…

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Makar Sankranti

Makar Sakranti is the only festival celebrated according to the solar calendar and falls on January 14th. Literally Sakranti means to move from one place to another – to change direction. It is the time…

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Lunar calendar

Tithi (also found as Thith) is a lunar day and it is one of the most important aspects of the Indian Almanac or Panchanga. Most Hindu festivals and ceremonies are based on the Tithi calendar, and the lunar month contains 30 days.
If you notice a difference in the date of Purnima and Amavasja it is because the day starts with sunrise. Therefore if Purnima or Amavasja falls before sunrise it is taken the previous day.

More: www.astroica.com/vedic-astrology/tithi-calculator.php