August 2016 Panchak, Jayanti, Sakranti, Pradosh Vrat, Bhadra Dosh


August 2016
August 2016 Calendar
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Ekadasi
Ekadashi Calendar August 2016
Date Month Day Name of Ekadashis
14 August Sunday Shravana Putrada Ekadashi
28 August Sunday Aja Ekadashi
Poornima
Purinma Calendar August 2016
Date Month Dayes Name of Purnimas
18 August Thursday Shravana Purnima Vrat
Amavasya
Amavasya Calendar 2016
Date Month Days Name of Amavasya
2 August Tuesday Shravana Amavasya
Pradosh Vrat
Pradosh Calendar August 2016
Dates Months Days Name of Pradosh
16 August Tuesday Bhauma Pradosh Vrat (Sukhla Paksh)
29 August Monday Soma Pradosh Vrat (Krishna Paksh)
Chaturthi
Chaturthi in August 2016
Date Month Days Name of Chaturthi
21 August Sunday Sankashti Chaturthi / Bhaula Chaturthi
6 August Saturday Vinayaka Chaturthi
Sakranti
Sankranti Calendar August 2016
Date Month Days Name of Sankranties
16 August Tuesday Singha Sankranti
Jayanti
Jayanti Calendar August 2016
Dates Months Days Name
8 August Monday Kalki Jayanti
23 August Tuesday Balarama Jayanti
25 August Thursday Krishna Janmashtami
Panchak
Panchak Calender 2016
Starts Ends
Dates Month Time Dates Month Time
18 August 11:47 AM 22 August 4:58 PM
Bhadra Dosh
Bhadra Dosh in August 2016
Start On Ends On
Date Day Time Date Day Time
1 Monday 4:41 AM 1 Monday 3:55 PM
6 Saturday 3:16 PM 7 Sunday 4:01 AM
10 Wednesday 10:35 AM 10 Wednesday 11:49 PM
14 Sunday 5:11 AM 14 Sunday 5:34 PM
17 Wednesday 4:24 PM 18 Thursday 7:42 AM
20 Saturday 9:32 PM 21 Sunday 8:18 AM
23 Tuesday 12:41 AM 24 Wednesday 11:28 AM
27 Saturday 5:19 AM 27 Saturday 4:33 PM
30 Tuesday 2:03 PM 31 Wednesday 2:01 AM
Festivals This Month

15 -August           Independence Day
Independence Day, observed annually on 15 August, is a National Holiday in India commemorating the nation's independence from the British Empire on 15 August 1947. India attained independence following an Independence Movement noted for largely nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience led by the mahatma Gandhi and Indian National Congress (INC). Independence day coincided with the partition of India, in which the British Indian Empire was divided along religious lines into the Dominions of India and Pakistan
 

18-August            Parsi New Year
Although the Parsi New Year originated in Persia, many people in India celebrate it as well. Worldwide, people commemorate the holiday on the first day of the Zoroastrian calendar’s first month. This falls on March 21st. In India, on the other hand, people follow the Shahanshahi calendar, which means the New Year celebration happens in the later months of the year. This changes every year since the calendar doesn’t account for leap years.
This is also known as Jamshed Navroz.

28-August            Onam
Onam, is a regional festival celebrated by the people of Kerala, India. It is also the state festival of Kerala with State holidays on 4 days starting from Onam Eve (Uthradom) to the 3rd Onam Day.
The festival falls during the Malayalam month of Chingam (Aug - Sep) and marks the commemoration of Vamana avatara of Vishnu and the subsequent homecoming of the mythical King Mahabali whom Malayalees consider as their King. In Kerala, it is the festival celebrated with most number of cultural elements such as Vallam Kali, Pulikali, Pookkalam, Onathappan, Thumbi Thullal, Onavillu, Kazhchakkula, Onapottan, Atthachamayam etc.

29-August            Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi)
Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters; the festival is also popularly used to celebrate any brother-sister like relationship between men and women who are relatives or biologically unrelated. It is called Rakhi Purnima, or simply Rakhi, in many parts of India. The festival is observed by Hindus, Jains, many Sikhs and the rest.

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