Amavasya Vrat or Amavasya Vratam are the most auspicious days or apt time to perform Pooja and Arpans for the blessings of God almighty as per Hindu rules. During Amavasya days the devotees perform various type of fasting to seek blessings which include fasting even without a single drop of water called NIRJALA UPAVASA (the other name for vrat) Amavasya is a hindu vrat that comes in every month of the year 2023. All the Amavasya days listed below are highly auspicious and are treated as Amavasya vrat days worldwide.
|Saturday||January 21||Magha Amavasya|
|Monday||February 20||Phalguna Amavasya|
|Tuesday||March 21||Chaitra Amavasya|
|Thursday||April 20||Vaishakha Amavasya|
|Friday||May 19||Jyaishta Amavasya|
|Sunday||June 18||Ashadha Amavasya|
|Monday||July 17||Shravana Amavasya|
|Wednesday||August 16||Shravana Amavasya|
|Thursday||September 14||Bhadrapada Amavasya|
|Saturday||October 14||Ashwin Amavasya|
|Monday||November 13||Kartik Amavasya|
|Tuesday||December 12||Margashirsha Amavasya|
In 2023 first Amavasya vrat is on 21st January followed by, 20th February, 21st March, 20th April, 19th May, 18th June, 17th July, 16th August, 14th September, 14th October, 13th November, and the last Amavasya date in 2023 marks on 12th December. Devotees are requested to fast and offer pooja on all these Amavasya days for the well-being of their own and beloved ones.