December 2021 – Important Dates & Timings

Greetings to everyone! According to the Telugu calendar 2021, Karthikam, Hindu and Margasira Masam are what corresponded to December 2021. In the following article, we will be discussing the Nakshatras and tithis according to the dates of the Hindu calendar and also, the important festivals celebrated in December especially the vrats.

Nakshatras and Tithis

Sunday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
5 December Jyeshta

Moola

Poorva Ashadha

S Padyami

S Vidiya

S Thadiya

12 December Uttara Bhadrapada

Revati

S Navami

S Dasami

19 December Mrigashirsha

Ardra

S Pournami

K Padyami

26 December Uttara Phalguni

Hasta

K Sapthami

K Ashtami

Monday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
6 December Purva Ashadha

Uttara Ashadha

S Thadiya

S Chavithi

13 December Revati

Ashwini

S Dasami

S Ekadasi

20 December Ardra

Punarvasu

K Padyami

K Vidiya

27 December Hasta

Chitra

K Ashtami

K Navami

Tuesday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
7 December Uttara Ashadha

Shravana

S Panchami

S Chavithi

14 December Ashwini

Bharani

S Ekadasi

S Dwadasi

21 December Punarvasu

Pushya

K Vidiya

K Thadiya

28 December Chitra

Swati

K Navami

K Dasami

Wednesday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
1 December Chitra

Swati

K Dwadasi

K Thrayodasi

8 December Shravana

Dhanishta

S Panchami

S Shashti

15 December Bharani S Dwadasi

S Thrayodasi

22 December Pushya

Ashlesha

K Thadiya

K Chavithi

29 December Swati

Vishaka

K Dasami

K Ekadasi

Thursday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
2 December Swati

Vishaka

K Thrayodasi

K Chaturdasi

9 December Dhanishta

Shatabhisha

S Shashti

S Sapthami

16 December Bharani

Krithika

S Thrayodasi

S Chathurdasi

23 December Ashlesha

Magha

K Chavithi

K Panchami

30 December Vishaka

Anuradha

K Ekadasi

K Dwadasi

Friday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
3 December Vishaka

Anuradha

K Chathurdasi

K Amavasya

10 December Shatabhisha

Purva Bhadrapada

S Sapthami

S Ashtami

17 December Krithika

Rohini

S Chathurdasi
24 December Magha

Purva Phalguni

K Panchami

K Shashti

31 December Anuradha

Jyeshta

K Dwadasi

K Thrayodasi

Saturday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
4 December Anuradha

Jyeshta

K Amavasya

S Padyami

11 December Purva Bhadrapada

Uttara Bhadrapada

S Ashtami

S Navami

18 December Rohini

Mrigashirsha

S Chathurdasi

S Pournami

25 December Purva Phalguni

Uttara Phalguni

K Shashti

K Sapthami

Durmuhurtham

Sunday 04:52 PM- 05:43 PM
Monday 12:37 PM- 01:29 PM, 03:11 PM- 04:02 PM
Tuesday 08:22 AM- 09:13 AM, 11:04 PM- 11:49 PM
Wednesday 11:46 AM- 12:38 PM
Thursday 10:04 AM- 10:55 AM, 03:11 PM-04:02 PM
Friday 08:22 AM- 09:13 AM, 12:38 PM-01:29 PM
Saturday 07:32 AM- 08:23 AM

Rahukalam

Sunday 04:30- 6:00 PM
Monday 07:30-9:00 AM
Tuesday 03:00-4:30 PM
Wednesday 12:00-01:30 PM
Thursday 01:30-3:00 PM
Friday 10:30-12:00 PM
Saturday 09:00-10:30 AM

Sunrise/Sunset Points Of December 2021

Date Sunrise Sunset
1 December 06:34 05:36
8 December 06:38 05:37
15 December 06:42 05:40
22 December 06:46 05:43
29 December 06:49 05:47

Important Festivals Of December 2021

  • 1 December- World Aids Day

World Aids Day is usually considered to spread awareness about AIDS and HIV. Furthermore, many people are given certain medicines which can reduce the chances of the disease.

As it is very clear that if no treatment is been taken into action, the disease can be way more dangerous than it seems, and mostly, people survive just 10-11 years after the disease starts spreading.

  • 2 December- Pradosha Vratam

Pradosh Vrat usually occurs on the Trayodashi Tithi of both Krishna Paksha and Shukla Paksha. It is a popular Hindu vrat that is dedicated to worship Lord Shiva.

  • 4 December- Amavasya

Amavasya, which, in Sanskrit means the day of a new moon. The day holds great significance among the Hindus on the days and nights of Amavasya.

  • 5 December- Chandrodayam

Chandrodayam which is also known as Chandra darshan is celebrated right after the Amavasya where the devotees offer their special prayers and worship ChandraHindu Dev. Moreover, it is often believed that it is very auspicious to see the moon right after the Amavasya.

  • 6 December- Somavara Vrutam

The Somavara Vrutam which is also known as  Monday fasting is known to worship Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is indicated as Someshwara because he used to wear the crescent-shaped moon on his matted hair. Therefore, this vrat is done by devotees on Mondays to please Lord Shiva.

  • 11 December- Durga Ashtami Vrat

Durga Ashtami Vrat is usually dedicated to Goddess Durga which is a very important Hindu ritual and is observed monthly on the Ashtami Tithi of the S paksha of every month according to the traditional Hindu calendar.

  • 14 December- Mokshada Ekadashi

Mokshada Ekadashi is also known as Gita Jayanti and is popularly celebrated on the Ekadashi tithi of the Shukla paksha during the lunar month of margashira.

  • 24 December- Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve refers to the day just before Christmas. Everyone has a lot of excitement on this day as this was when the Lord Jesus Christ was about to born. People go to churches and seek the blessings of Lord Jesus on this day.

  • 25 December- Christmas

This day is celebrated for the birth of Lord Jesus and almost all the people celebrate their presence on this day. Midnight mass, Christmas decorations, oil lamps and also, a Santa Claus are some of the things done to enjoy the day.

  • 26 December- Boxing Day

This day is celebrated right after Christmas and according to the western calendar, there is a public holiday too. This day is celebrated to still enjoy the fun of Christmas and exchange gifts with friends and family.

  • 27 December- Balaji Jayanti

Balaji Jayanti is often celebrated for the birth of Lord Balaji. It is an auspicious Hindu festival that is often celebrated on the Ashtami Tithi of the Krishna paksha during the month Margashirsha as per the traditional Hindu calendar.

  • 30 December- Saphala Ekadashi

Saphala Ekadashi which is also known as Pausa Krishna Ekadashi is a fasting day that is usually observed on the Ekadashi of the Krishna paksha during the month of Paush as per the traditional Hindu calendar. This auspicious day is dedicated to worship Lord Vishnu.

So, this was all about December 2021, their nakshatras, tithis, sunrise and sunset points, and their festivals as well. To know more about the Telugu calendar 2021 and get the latest updates, stay connected to our website.

 

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