June 2021 – Important Dates & Timings

Greetings to everyone! According to the Telugu Calendar 2021, Vaisakham and Jyestha are what corresponded to June 2021. The following article will discuss the important festivals and their dates in June as per the Telugu Calendar, dates, and their nakshatra and tithis. We will also get to know about the sunrise and sunset points.

Nakshatras And Tithis

Sunday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
6 June Ashwini

Bharani

K Ekadasi

K Dwadasi

13 June Punarvasu

Pushya

S Thadiya

S Chavithi

20 June Chitra

Swati

S Dasami

S Ekadasi

27 June Shravana

Dhanishta

K Thadiya

K Chavithi

Monday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
7 June Bharani

Krithika

K Dwadasi

K Trayodasi

14 June Pushya

Ashlesha

S Chavithi

S Panchami

21 June Swati

Vishaka

S Ekadasi

S Dwadasi

28 June Dhanishta

Shatabhisha

K Chavithi

K Panchami

Tuesday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
1 June Dhanishta Shatabhisha K Sapthami

K Ashtami

8 June Krithika K Thrayodasi

K Chathurdasi

15 June Ashlesha

Magha

S Panchami

S Shashti

22 June Vishaka

Anuradha

S Dwadasi

S Thrayodasi

29 June Shatabhisha

Purva Bhadrapada

K Panchami

K Shashti

Wednesday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
2 June Shatabhisha

Purva Bhadrapada

K Ashtami

K Navami

9 June Krithika

Rohini

K Chathurdasi

K Amavasya

16 June Megha

Purva Phalguni

S Shashti

S Sapthami

23 June Anuradha

Jyeshta

S Thrayodasi

S Chathurdasi

S Pournami

30 June Purva Bhadrapada

Uttara Bhadrapada

K Shashti

K Sapthami

Thursday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
3 June Purva Bhadrapada

Uttara Bhadrapada

K Navami

K Dasami

10 June Rohini

Mrigashirsha

K Amavasya

S Padyami

17 June Purva Phalguni

Uttara Phalguni

S Sapthami

S Ashtami

24 June Jyeshta

Moola

S Pournami

K Padyami

Friday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
4 June Uttara Bhadrapada

Revati

K Dasami

K Ekadasi

11 June Mrigashirsha

Ardra

S Padyami

S Vidiya

18 June Uttara Phalguni

Hasta

S Ashtami

S Navami

25 June Moola

Purva Ashadha

Uttara Ashadha

K Padyami

K Vidiya

Saturday

Date Nakshatra Tithi
5 June Revati

Ashwini

K Ekadasi
12 June Ardra

Punarvasu

S Vidiya

S Thadiya

19 June Hasta

Chitra

S Navami

S Dasami

26 June Uttara Ashadha

Shravana

K Vidiya

K Thadiya

Durmuhurtham

Sunday 04:41 PM- 5:27 PM
Monday 12:53 PM-01:38 PM, 03:10 PM-03:56 PM
Tuesday 09:06 AM-09:51 AM, 11:14 PM-12:04 AM
Wednesday 12:07 PM- 12:53 PM
Thursday 10:36 AM-11:22 AM, 03:09 PM- 03:55 PM
Friday 09:05 AM-09:50 AM, 12:53 PM-01:38 PM
Saturday 08:19 AM-09:05 AM

Rahukalam

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

Sunrise & Sunset Points

Date Sunrise Sunset
1 June 05:45 06:43
8 June 05:45 06:45
15 June 05:45 06:47
22 June 05:47 06:49
29 June 05:49 06:50

Telugu Festivals of June 2021

  • 02 June- Buddha Ashtami Vrat

According to the traditional Hindu calendar, Buddha Ashtami vrat occurs when Ashtami tithi falls on a Wednesday. This day generally occurs either during the Shukla Paksha or the Krishna Paksha.

It is often believed that the ones who fast on this day, never go to hell after the death and the Hindu devotees worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati with full dedication and devotion.

  • 06 June- Apara Ekadashi

In the Hindu month of Jyeshtha, the fasting day for Hindus falls on the Ekadashi of the Krishna Paksha.

Moreover, it is often believed that by watching the Apara Ekadashi vrat, all sins are washed away.

  • 07 June- Pradosha Vratam

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

  • 08 June- Masa Shivratri

One of the most powerful and auspicious vrat dedicated to the supreme Lord Shiva. As per the Skanda Purana, there are four main Shivratri.

First up is the Nitya Shivratri which occurs every night. The second one is the Masa Shivaratri which occurs every month on the Chaturdasi of the Krishna Paksha.

The next one is the Maga Shivaratri which occurs for thirteen days in the Hindu month of Maga. The fourth and the most important Shivaratri is the Maha Shivaratri which occurs on the Chaturdasi of Krishna Paksha in the month of Maga.

  • 10 June- Amavasya

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

  • 11 June- Chandrodayam

After Amavasya, this day is celebrated as Chandra Darshan where devotees worship Chandra Dev and offer special prayers. Moreover, it is often believed that it is very auspicious to see the moon right after the Amavasya.

  • 14 June- Somavara Vratham

The Somavara Vrutam or we can say 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.

  • 15 June- Shitala Shashti

Shitala Shashti is celebrated due to the occasion of the marriage of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. According to the traditional Hindu calendar, the day is observed at Sasthi during the Shukla Paksha in the Jyestha month of the calendar.

  • 16 June- Skanda Shashti

This auspicious day is dedicated to the Telugu community which is dedicated to worship Lord Murugan. On this auspicious day, the Lord Murugan devotees observe fasting and seek their blessings. According to the traditional Hindu calendar, this day is observed on the sixth day of the Krishna Paksha and the Shukla Paksha of every lunar month.

  • 18 June- Durga Ashtami Vrat

This auspicious Hindu ritual is dedicated to Goddess Durga. The ritual is often celebrated on the Ashtami Tithi of the Shukla Paksha every month as per the Traditional Hindu Calendar.

  • 20 June- Father’s Day

This special day was declared by President Woodrow Wilson on June 19 to celebrate the importance of fathers and seek their blessings. In many places, it comes in the third week of June.

  • 21 June- Nirjala Ekadashi

Nirjala Ekadashi is an auspicious event dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is often celebrated on Ekadashi of Shukla Paksha according to the traditional Hindu calendar. As the nirjala means without water, therefore, the observance of this fast is done without drinking the water.

  • 22 June- Pradosha Vratham

This auspicious event is a Hindu vrat dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The vrat is often observed on Trayodashi Tithi of Krishna Paksha and Shukla Paksha so, according to the traditional Hindu Calendar, it comes twice every month.

So, this was all about the June 2021 essentials according to the traditional Hindu calendar. For more updates about the Hindu calendar and their festivals, nakshatras, and Tithis, stay connected to our website.

 

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