Greetings to everyone! According to the Telugu calendar 2022, Pushyam and Magha Masam are what mostly corresponded to February 2022. Through the following article, we are going to discuss the important festivals of the month with their significance, their nakshatras, tithis, Durmuhrtham, Rahu kalam, and the sunrise/sunset points according to the dates.
Mauni Amavasya which is also known as Muna Amavasya or Maghi Amavasya which signifies silence and this is the reason why on this day, all the Hindus observe complete silence.
It is a Hindu tradition that is observed during the month of Magha and falls between January-February as per the Gregorian Calendar.
2 February- Chandrodayam
Chandrodayam or Chandra Darshan is celebrated for the worship of the moon god and offers their special prayers. It refers to the sighting of the moon and holds a great religious significance.
On this particular day, devotees follow a strict fast and they break their fast only after seeing the moon. It is often believed that fasting on this day with true belief brings in good fortune and prosperity for people.
4 February- Chaturthi Vrutham
Chaturthi Tithi basically refers to the fourth day of the bright and dark half of the moon in every lunar month according to the traditional Hindu calendar.
The day is often dedicated to Lord Ganesha and is mostly observed by men only.
5 February- Basant Panchami
Basant Panchami which is also known as Vasant Panchmi or Saraswati Panchmi or Shri Panchami is a popular Hindu festival where devotees worship Goddess Saraswati and offer their special prayers.
It is often observed on the 5th day of the Shukla Paksha in the month of Magha according to the traditional Hindu calendar.
6 February- Skanda Shashti
Skanda Shashti is an auspicious festival that belongs to the Telugu community where the devotees worship Lord Murugan and observe fasting in order to offer their special prayers and seek blessings.
The day is often observed on the sixth day of the Krishna Paksha and the Shukla Paksha of every lunar month according to the traditional Hindu calendar.
7 February- Sri Surya Jayanthi
Sri Surya Jayanthi which is also known as Ratha Saptami which is one of the most important Hindu festivals where devotees worship the sun god which is the reason for it popularly known as Surya Jayanti, Magha Jayanti, or Magha Saptami.
His auspicious day is often deserved on the Saptami tithi during the Shukla paksha of the month of Magha as per the traditional Hindu calendar.
8 February- Bhishma Ashtami
Bhishma Ashtami is an auspicious Hindu festival that is dedicated to Bhishma from the epic Mahabharata. It is generally observed on the Ashtami Tithi of the Shukla paksha of the month of Magha as per the traditional Hindu calendar.
14 February- Valentines Day
As the name suggests, Valentine’s day is dedicated to all the couples to show their love and care towards their valentine.
So this was all about the most important festivals and their significance of the month, the nakshatras and tithis according to their respective dates, sunrise and sunset points of the month and the Durmuhurtham and Rahu Kalam with their timings.
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