September 2021 – Important Dates and Timings

“Ah! September you are the doorway to the season which awakens my soul. “

September is a month that can be called a transition between seasons because it marks the end of the summer season and the beginning of the winter season. The origin of the month September was made by the word ‘Septem’ which means seven because the month September was the seventh month in the calendar of earlier times which later became the ninth month of the Calendar.

On one side it marks the beginning of the Autumn season (Northern hemisphere) and on the other side, it marks the beginning of the spring season (Southern Hemisphere). The weather during the September month is neither too cold nor too hot but it remains moderate.

The month of September symbolizes the refocusing of our energies. It focuses on how we have acted to date and how we can prepare ourselves to face the rest of the year. The birth flower of this month is Aster which symbolizes strong and powerful love. In this catalog, We will tell you the Nakshatra, Tithi, and important dates which are going to fall in the month of September.

So get ready to enjoy this wonderful and autumn month.

Nakshatras And Tithis

Sunday

Dates Nakshatras Tithis
05-September-2021 Ashlesha

Magha

K Thrayodasi

K Chathurdasi

12-September-2021 Vishaka

Anuradha

S Shashti

S Sapthami

19-September-2021 Shatabhisha

Purva Bhadrapada

S Chathurdasi

S Pournami

26-September-2021 Krithika

Rohini

K Panchami

K Shashti

Monday

Dates Nakshatras Tithis
06-September-2021 Magha

Purva Phalguni

K Chathurdasi

K Amavasya

13-September-2021 Anuradha

Jyeshta

S Sapthami

S Ashtami

20-September-2021 Purva Bhadrapada

Uttara Bhadrapada

S Pournami

K Padyami

27-September-2021 Rohini

Mrigashirsha

K Shashti

K Sapthami

Tuesday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
07-September-2021 Purva Phalguni

Uttara Phalguni

K Amavasya

S Vidiya

14-September-2021 Jyeshta

Purva Ashadha

S Ashtami

S Navami

21-September-2021 Uttara Bhadrapada

Revati

K Padyami

K Vidiya

28-September-2021 Mrigashirsha

Ardra

K Sapthami

K Ashtami

Wednesday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
01-September-2021 Mrigashirsha

Ardra

K Dasami

K Dasami

08-September-2021 Uttara Phalguni

Hasta

S Vidiya

S Thadiya

15-September-2021 Purva Ashadha

Uttara Ashadha

S Navami

S Dasami

22-September-2021 Revati

Revati

K Vidiya

K Vidiya

29-September-2021 Ardra

Punarvasu

K Ashtami

K Navami

Thursday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
02-September-2021 Ardra

Punarvasu

K Dasami

K Ekadsi

09-September-2021 Hasta

Chitra

S Thadiya

S Chavithi

16-September-2021 Uttara Ashadha

Shravana

S Dasami

S Ekadasi

23-September-2021 Revati

Ashwini

K Vidiya

K Thadiya

30-September-2021 Punarvasu

Pushya

K Navami

K Dasami

Friday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
03-September-2021 Punarvasu

Pushya

K Ekadasi

K Dwadasi

10-September-2021 Chitra

Swati

S Chavithi

S Panchami

17-September-2021 Shravana

Dhanishta

S Ekadasi

S Dwadasi

24-September-2021 Ashwini

Bharani

K Thadiya

K Chavithi

Saturday

Date Nakshatras Tithis
04-September-2021 Pushya

Ashlesha

K Dwadasi

K Thrayodasi

11-September-2021 Swati

Vishaka

S Panchami

S Shashti

18-September-2021 Dhanishta

Shatabhisha

S Dwadasi

S Chathurdasi

25-September-2021 Bharani

Krithika

K Chavithi

K Panchami

Important Timings

Sunrise/Sunset

Date Sunrise Sunset
01-September-2021 6:06 AM 6:26 PM
08-September-2021 6:07 AM 6:20 PM
15-September-2021 6:07 AM 6:14 PM
22-September-2021 6:08 AM 6:08 PM
29-September-2021 6:09 AM 6:03 PM

Rahu Kalam

Day Timings
Sunday 4:30-6:00 PM
Monday 7:30-9:00 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

Durmuhurtham

Day Timing
Sunday 5:00-5:50 PM
Monday 12:46-1:37 PM, 1:38-4:09PM
Tuesday 8:33-9:24 AM, 11:13-11:58AM
Wednesday 11:55AM-12:46PM
Thursday 10:14-11:05AM, 3:17-4:07PM
Friday 8:33-9:24AM, 12:47-1:37PM
Saturday 7:42-8:33AM

Telugu Festivals and Important Days

Date/Day Festival/Important Days
04-September-2021 Pradosha Vratam, Sanitrayodashi
05-September-2021 Guru Poojotsavam, Masa Shivaratri
07-September-2021 Amavasya, Polala Amavasya
08-September-2021 Muharram Ends, Chandrodayam
09-September-2021 Varaha Jayanti
10-September-2021 Samaveda Upakarma, Vinayaka Chavithi, Chaturthi Vrutham
11-September-2021 Rishi Panchami, Skanda Shashti
13-September-2021 Somavara Vrutam, Mahalakshmi Vratam, Uttara Karte
14-September-2021 Radha Ashtami, Durga Ashtami Vrata
17-September-2021 Vamana Jayanti, Parsva Ekadashi,Vishwakarma Jayanti, kanya Sankranti
18-September-2021 Pradosha Varatam, Sanitrayodashi
19-September-2021 Ganesh Visarjan, Ananda Padmanabha Vratam
20-September-2021 Pournami, Pournami Vratam, Sri Satyanarayana Pooja,
21-September-2021 Mahalaya Paksha Prarambam
24-September-2021 Sankashtahara Chaturdhi, Maha Bharani
27-September-2021 World Tourism Day, Hasta Karte
28-September-2021 Mahalakshmi Vratam Ends
29-September-2021 Arbaeen, Madhya Ashtami, Budh Ashtami Vrat

About Important festival and days

Pradosh Vrata:- This Hindu Vrata is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. It comes twice every month in Hindu Calendar. Pradosha means “belonging or relating to the evening” Or “first part of the night” and as the meaning suggests this Vrata is observed during evening twilight, i.e. Sandhyakaal. This Vrata will end your sins and bestow you with all the good fortune and bountiful blessings.

Masa Shivaratri:- This Vrata is dedicated to supreme Lord Shiva. It is a very auspicious and powerful Vrata. The Vrata holders get control over there I’ll emotions like jealousy, anger, and covetousness by meditating about Lord Shiva. The one who keeps the Vrata with dedication and discipline is set free from all his sins and is set from the repeated cycle of birth and death.

Amavasya:- The day and night of Amavasya are of great importance in Indian culture especially among Hindus. The term Amavasya refers to “festival of new moon” Or “Day of the new moon”. Diwali also falls on the day of Amavasya. Just like Diwali, there are many different festivals and vrats which are associated with Amavasya. It is believed that Amavasya is an auspicious day to offer Shradh to ancestors.

Chandrodayam:- This day is observed just after Amavasya in the honor of Lord Moon. It is believed that seeing the moon just after the Amavasya is very auspicious. It holds special significance in the Hindu Culture. On this day the devotees also pray to Lord Moon and offer their prayers in order to seek Lord Moon’s blessings for good fortune and success.

Varaha Jayanti:- This day is celebrated in order to commemorate the birth of the third incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Lord Vraha. Worshiping Lord Krishna helps one to get rid of his sins and worshiping Lord Varaha brings happiness in one’s life which includes wealth and health.

Vinayaka Chavithi:-  It is also known as Ganesh Chaturthi in many parts of the country. It is celebrated as the birth of God Of wisdom, wealth, and good fortune, Lord Ganesh. This festival symbolizes new dawn and marks a new beginning.

Skanda Shashti:- This day is observed as the day dedicated to worship Lord Murugan. It is ab auspicious day, especially for the South Indian Community. Devotees are observed doing fasting and offering their prayers in order to please their Lord and receive blessings of Lord Murugan.

Mahalakshmi Vratam:- This festival is observed as the festival dedicated to the Goddess of Wealth and good fortune, Goddess Lakshmi. Devotees are observed doing fasting for 16 consecutive days. The one who keeps Vrat has bestowed with the blessings of Goddess Laksmi all his/her life.

Radha Ashtami:- Radhe Radhe! The day is observed as the celebration of the birth of Shri Radha Rani. She is the avatar of Goddess Lakshmi. It is celebrated just after 15 days of Janmashtami(The birth anniversary of Lord Krishna). Devotees are observed doing fasting and offering prayers to Shri Radha Rani.

One who does fasting on this day is freed from all his sins and his mind is cleared from all negative thoughts.

End Note:- There are many auspicious occasions that falls in the month of September and people celebrate all these occasions with great zeal and enthusiasm. So forget the heat of summer and get ready to enjoy the soothing breeze and get into the autumn feeling.

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