List of Aunshi (No moon/ New Moon)

Like the regular calendar, hindu calendar also has two fortnights known as Krishna Pakshya and Sukla Pakshya. End of Sukla Pakshya is known as Purnima (full moon) after that the moon starts fading out. The day when the moon fully disappears is known as Aaushi or Amavsya. In other words the day before Sukla pratipada or the day after Krishna chaturdashi is known as Aaushi.

Mata tirtha ausi in Baisakh, Gokarna ausi in Bhadra and Laxmi puja in Kartik have special significance. Aausi that falls on Monday (sombar) is known as Sombati Amabasya and the Aausi that falls in Saturday (Shanibaar) is known as Shani Amavasya. These days also have special significance and celebrated by observing fasting.

Baisakh : (May 6, 2016) Mata-tirtha aaushi, Mother's day in Nepal (Baisakh 24, 2073 BS)

Jeth : (June 5, 2016) Vata-Sabitri (वट सावित्री) is observed by some people in Aushi

Ashadh : (Jul 4, 2016 Mon) Somvati Amabsya

Saaun : (Aug 2, 2016)

Bhadau :  (Sep 1, 2016) Gokarna Aausi, Father's day in Nepal, Pitri Tarpani Aaushi

Ashwin : (Sep 30, 2016)  

Kartik : (Oct 30, 2016) Lakshmi Puja (3rd day of Tihar)

Mangsir : (Nov 29, 2016)

Paush : (Dec 29, 2016)

Magha : (Jan 27, 2017) Mauni Amavasya (last aushi before Mahashivaratri)

Falgun : (Feb 26, 2017) Darsha Amavasya , Surya Grahan

Chaitra : (Mar 28, 2017)

See also:-
List of Ekadashis
List of Purnimas/ Full moon
List of ALL important hindu days

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