Darkest day of month is of significant importance
Rare occurrence is considered highly auspicious and will occur six times this year
AMAVASYA is the day of no moon in the Hindu calendar. It is the darkest day of the month and holds a significant importance in our religion. Many people observe a fast on this day.
Shanichary Amavasya is the no moon day that falls on a Saturday (shanivar) and Somvati amavasya is the no moon that falls on a Monday. It is a rare occurrence and is considered to be a highly auspicious day. This year it will occur six times. It happened on January 5 and will occur again on February 4, May 4, June 3, September 28 and October 28. It takes a couple of decades for such amavasya to fall in one year.
It is said worshipping any form of god as per your faith and religion on Amavasya gives immense benefits.
It is considered an important day to reduce the effects of Shani Dosha and perform Pitra Tarpan.
The dark night of Amavasya gradually changes into a pleasant bright morning. Similarly, the dark phase or struggles of your life will result in a bright and happy future. This day signifies that after every dark phase comes the ray of light.
All the pain and grief one goes through will also come to an end.
Moon grows from Amavasya, namely no moon day to full moon day and make a beautiful appearance on Poornima.
It also signifies against all odds.
Just like the moon we should try to grow as beautiful souls. spiritual growth