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Krishna Paksha is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Krishna Paksha books and related discussion.
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- Pt. Vilas Thuse
- th day of Krishna Paksha – New moon day half – of every lunar month.
- Do Krishna Paksha (new moon phase) and Shukla Paksha (full
- lunar cycle) and Krishna Paksha (the dark lunar cycle). This article studies the Do Krishna Paksha and Shukla Paksha affect Indian stock market? 283.
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- Bahudhanya Varusham, Chittirai, Krishna Paksha Ekadasi. (April 1458) Nandana year, Panguni Krishna Paksha Dvidhiyai ( March 1473). Nirvaham.
- Thithi nirnaya Prakaranam.............................................................
- Ashtami in the Krishna paksha is observed in Poorva vidha. XVI. In the Sravana Krishna Paksha Ashtami , Janmashtami has to be observed.
- Calendar Explanation North Indian Calendar
- The first one is called Krishna Paksha (or dark fortnight) which is when the moon is waning.
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- India to celebrate Janmashtami on Monday
- Krishna Janmashtami is observed on the 'Ashtami tithi', the eighth day of the dark half or Krishna Paksha of the month of Bhadrapada in the Hindu calendar. The festival is generally celebrated between mid-Aug to mid-Sep in the Gregorian calendar.
- Udupi hopes Anna Hazare will play Krishna to vanquish graft
- Rohini nakshatra (the star under which Krishna was born) Krishna paksha and ashtami (eighth day in the Hindu calender) have all occurred together.
- Lord Krishna and 16 kalas
- Krishna was born on Krishna paksha ashthami of Bhadrapad month under Rohini nakshatra at 12midnight in Vrushabh lagna. Ashthmi is also known as 'purna bali'. According to astrology, there are 16 phases (kalas) of moon.
- The rainy season
- Then comes Kajari Teej which is celebrated in the Krishna Paksha or dark half of the month. Women sing devotional songs and gather near a neem tree and offer prayers. Hartalika Teej is celebrated over three days.
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- Paksha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- It has been suggested that Shukla Paksha be merged into this article or section. ( Discuss) Proposed since August 2010.
- Hindu calendar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The first paksha of the month will be krishna and the second will be shukla.
- What is Dvadasi Krishna Paksha of thithi? - Yahoo! Answers India
- it is the 12th day of the dark moon, ie it is 2days before new moon.. In the chart, it will show the moon being in the one sign before the sun sign.
- Fasts and Festivals - Welcome to GSB Konkani
- For the sake of better understanding Krishna Paksha is often called in English, Dark Fortnight and Shukla, Bright Fortnight, or the Bright Half (half a month).
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