November 2021 – Important Dates and Timings

“November’s sky is chill and drear, November’s leaf is red and sear”

Let’s welcome November with a smile. The last month of the Autumn, the month of spirituality and purity. There is a delightful menace in the air of November. It feels like hearing a musical rhythm in the air of November. It is that time of the year when people start to pull out their winter sweaters and breathe in the crisp air. November has the perfect temperature to explore the outside world and to spend time with your friends and family.

November is the Eleventh (the second last month of the year) with 30 days. People start preparing for the Christmas, New Year, and Winter holidays. November is the month of both late autumn (In the Northern Hemisphere) and late spring (In the Southern Hemisphere).

The origin of the word November comes from the Latin Word ‘Novem’ which means nine because November was the ninth month of the early Roman Calendar. November symbolizes the final stages of one’s life and winter with its final stage, i.e.death. November is also known as football season and autumn month.

So, we have bought you the important days, festivals, Nakshatras, and tithis of this awesome blossom month November.

NAKSHATRAS AND TITHIS

Sunday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
07-November-2021 Jyeshta

Moola

S Thadiya

S Chavithi

14-November-2021 Purva Bhadrapada

Uttara Bhadrapada

S Ekadasi

S Ekadasi

21-November-2021 Rohini

Mirgashirsha

K Vidiya

K Thadiya

28-November-2021 Purva Phalguni

Uttara Phalguni

K Navami

K Dasami

Monday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
01-November-2021 Purva Phalguni

Uttara Phalguni

K Ekadasi

K Dwadasi

08-November-2021 Moola

Purva Ashadha

S Chavithi

S Panchami

15-November-2021 Uttara Bhadrapada

Revati

S Ekadasi

S Dwadasi

22-November-2021 Mirgashirsha

Ardra

K Thadiya

K Chavithi

29-November-2021 Uttara Phalguni

Hasta

K Dasami

K Ekadasi

Tuesday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
02-November-2021 Uttara Phalguni

Hasta

K Dwadasi

K Thrayodasi

09-November-2021 Purva Ashadha

Uttara Ashadha

S Panchami

S Shashti

16-November-2021 Revati

Ashwini

S Dwadasi

S Thrayodasi

23-November-2021 Ardra

Purnavasu

K Chavithi

K Panchami

30-November-2021 Hasta

Chitra

K Ekadasi

K Dwadasi

Wednesday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
03-November-2021 Hasta

Chitra

K Thrayodasi

K Amavasya

10-November-2021 Uttara Ashadha

Shravana

S Shashti

S Sapthami

17-November-2021 Ashwini

Bharani

S Thrayodasi

S Chathurdasi

24-November-2021 Punarvasu

Pushya

K Panchami

K Shashti

Thursday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
04-November-2021 Chitra

Vishaka

K Amavasya

K Padyami

11-November-2021 Shravana

Dhanishta

S Sapthami

S Navami

18-November-2021 Bharani

Krithika

S Chathurdasi

S Pournami

25-November-2021 Pushya

Ashlesha

K Shashti

K Sapthami

Friday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
05-November-2021 Vishaka

Anuradha

S Padyami

S Vidiya

12-November-2021 Dhanishta

Shatabhisha

S Navami

S Dasami

19-November-2021 Krithika

Rohini

S Pournami

K Padyami

26-November-2021 Ashlesha

Magha

K Sapthami

K Ashtami

Saturday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
06-November-2021 Anuradha

Jyeshta

S Vidiya

S Thadiya

13-November-2021 Shatabhisha

Purva Bhadrapada

S Dasami

S Ekadasi

20-November-2021 Rohini

Rohini

K Padyami

K Vidiya

27-November-2021 Magha

Purva Phalguni

K Ashtami

K Navami

Sunrise/Sunset

Date Sunrise(AM) Sunset(PM)
01-November-2021 6:18 5:40
08-November-2021 6:21 5:38
15-November-2021 6:25 5:36
22-November-2021 6:28 5:35
29-November-2021 6:33 5:35

Durmuhurtham

Day Timing
Sunday 4:52-5:43 PM
Monday 12:37-1:29 PM, 4:11-4:02 PM
Tuesday 8:22-9:13 AM, 11:04-11:49 PM
Wednesday 11:46 AM-12:38 PM
Thursday 10:04-10:55 AM, 3:11-4:02 PM
Friday 8:22-9:13 AM, 12:38-1:29 PM
Saturday 7:32-8:32 AM

Rahukalam

Day Timing
Sunday 4:30-6:00 PM
Monday 8:30-9:00 AM
Tuesday 3:00-4:30 PM
Wednesday 12:00-1:30 PM
Thursday 1:30-3:00 PM
Friday 10:30-12:00 PM
Saturday 9:00-10:30 AM

Important Days And Festivals

Date/Day Important Days/Festivals
01-November-2021 (Monday) Rama Ekadashi
02-November-2021 (Tuesday) Dhanteras, Pradosha Vratam
03-November-2021 (Wednesday) Masa Shivaratri, Dhanatrayodashi, Dhanvantari Jayanti, Naraka Chaturdashi
04-November-2021 (Thursday) Deepawali, Kedara Gauri Vratam, Amavasya
05-November-2021 (Friday) Akasha Deepam Begins, Devi Sharan Navratri, Goverdhan Pooja, Chandrodayam
06-November-2021 (Saturday) Bhagini Hastha Bhojanam, Vishakha Karte, Yama Dwitiya
07-November-2021 (Sunday) Nagula Chavithi
08-November-2021 (Monday) Somavaram Vratam, Chaturthi Vrutham
09-November-2021 (Tuesday) Skanda Shashti
10-November-2021 (Wednesday) Surya Shashti

 

Day/Date Important Days and Festivals
11-November-2021 (Thursday) Gopashtami, Durga Ashtami Vrat
14-November-2021 (Sunday) Chaturmasya Vrata Samapti, Children’s day, Nehru Jayanti
15-November-2021 (Monday) Kaisika Dwadashi, Kshiraabadhi Dwadasi, Prabodhini Ekadshi
16-November-2021 (Tuesday) Pradosha Vratam, Yaz Dahum Shareef, Tulsi Vivaham, Vrischika Sankramanam, Mandala Kalam begins
17-November-2021 (Wednesday) Vishweshwara Vratam
18-November-2021 (Thursday) Pournami Vratam, Sri Satyanarayan pooja
19-November-2021 (Friday) Pournami, Uma Maheshwara Vrat, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Jwala Thoranam, Karthika Pournami
20-November-2021 (Saturday) Anuradha Karte
22-November-2021 (Monday) Saubhaagya Sundari Teej
23-November-2021 (Tuesday) Sathya Sai Baba Jayanti, Sankashtahara Chaturdhi
30-November-2021 (Tuesday) Utpana Ekadashi

About Important Days And Festivals

Rama Ekadashi= Rama Ekadashi is an auspicious fast that is kept 4 days prior to the Diwali festival. It is one of the most important fasts kept by the Hindu devotees in order to wash away all their sins. It is believed that the person who observes this auspicious fast of Rama Ekadashi will be able to overcome all the obstacles in his/her life and he can achieve immense success. Rama Ekadashi is also called ‘Rambha Ekadashi’ Or ‘Kartik Krishna Ekadashi’.

Dhanteras= It is an auspicious festival celebrated on the first day of the grand festivities of Deepawali. Dhanteras is observed two days prior to the Deepawali where Hindu devotees pray to Lord Kuber and Goddess Lakshmi in order to seek their divine blessings for leading a successful life. Some people also buy gold on this day as the symbol of goodness.

Naraka Chaturdashi= It is also known as ‘Choti Diwali’ Or ‘Roopa Chaturdashi’ which is celebrated as the symbol of victory of Lord Krishna over demon Narakasur. It is observed on the second day of 5-day long Diwali festivities. People worship God and Goddesses will full devotion. Houses are decorated with lights and diyas and delicious food is prepared on this day.

Diwali telugu calenderDeepawali= The festival of lights, Deepawali holds a great significance in Hindu mythology as it is believed that on this day Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after completing his 14 years of exile along with his wife Sita and his younger brother laksham. People decorate their houses with flowers and lights and burn 14 diyas as the symbol of returning Lord Rama. Children are observed burning crackers and delicious food is also prepared.

Goverdhan Pooja= is a festival celebrated just after the day of Deepawali. It marks the victory of Lord Krishna over Indra. People make the hillocks of cow dung which is the symbol of Mount Goverdhan. People worship this idol of Mount Goverdhan and decorate it with flower petals. Special delicacy Ankoot is also prepared on this day. Special prayers and Bhajans are also played on this day.

Surya Shashti= Surya Shashti which is popularly known as Chath Pooja is a festival observed to worship Lord Surya and his wife Usha. Chath Pooja is observed for 4 days during which different festivities take place. The person who observes the festivities of Chath Pooja acquires prosperity, progress, and well-being.

Durga Ashtami Vrat= Durga Ashtami vrat is observed to worship Goddess Shakti. O  this day the Astra of Goddess Shakti is worshipped, therefore it is also known as ‘Astra Pooja’. Hindu devotees do fasting on this day and are being sought with divine blessings, happiness, and good fortune in their life.

End Note= November is a happy month and holds great significance for Hindu devotees as lots of important festivals, vratas, and days fall in this month. So paint your souls with the color of November and forget all your worries in this spiritual and beautiful month of November.

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