Ashtami Dates 2023

Ashtami 2023 / Masik Durgashtami 2023 dates and time based on traditional Hindu calendar, Astrology and Panchangam.

Ashtami 2023 / Navami 2023 / Amavasai 2023 / Pournami 2023 / Pradosham 2023 / Karthigai 2023 / Sashti2023 / Sankatahara Chathurthi 2023 / Thiruvonam 2023 / Maha Sivarathiri 2023 / Ekadhasi 2023 / Chathurthi 2023

Year – 2023AmavasaiPournamiPradoshamKarthigaiAshtamiNavamiSashtiSankatahara ChathurthiThiruvonamMaadha SivarathiriEkadhasiChathurthiChandra DarisanamKarinaal
January

21 Sat

06 Fri

04 Wed

19 Thu

03 Tue

30 Mon

15 Sun

29 Sun

16 Mon

30 Mon

27 Fri

10 Tue

22 Sun

20 Fri

02 Mon

18 Wed

25 Wed

23 Mon

15 Sun

02 Sun

17 Tue

25 Wed

31 Tue

February

20 Mon

05 Sun

03 Fri

18 Sat

26 Sun

13 Mon

27 Mon

14 Tue

28 Tue

25 Sat

09 Thu

18 Sat

18 Sat

01 Wed

16 Thu

23 Thu

21 Tue

27 Mon

28 Tue

March

21 Tue

07 Tue

04 Sat

19 Sun

25 Sat

15 Wed

29 Wed

16 Thu

30 Thu

27 Mon

10 Fri

18 Sat

20 Mon

03 Fri

18 Sat

25 Sat

23 Thu

01 Wed

20 Mon

29 Wed

April

19 Wed

05 Wed

03 Mon

17 Mon

22 Sat

13 Thu

28 Fri

14 Fri

29 Sat

26 Wed

09 Sun

14 Sat

18 Tue

01 Sat

16 Sun

23 Sun

21 Fri

02 Sun

19 Wed

28 Fri

Year – 2023AmavasaiPournamiPradoshamKarthigaiAshtamiNavamiSashtiSankatahara ChathurthiThiruvonamMaadha SivarathiriEkadhasiChathurthiChandra DarisanamKarinaal
May

19 Fri

05 Fri

03 Wed

17 Wed

19 Fri

12 Fri

27 Sat

13 Sat

28 Sun

25 Thu

08 Mon

11 Thu

17 Wed

01 Mon

15 Mon

31 Wed

23 Tue

20 Sat

21 Sun

30 Tue

31 Wed

June

17 Sat

03 Sat

01 Thu

15 Thu

15 Thu

11 Sun

26 Mon

12 Mon

27 Tue

24 Sat

07 Wed

08 Thu

16 Fri

14 Wed

29 Thu

22 Thu

19 Mon

16 Fri

July

17 Mon

03 Mon

01 Sat

15 Sat

30 Sun

13 Thu

10 Mon

25 Tue

11 Tue

26 Wed

23 Sun

06 Thu

05 Wed

15 Sat

13 Thu

29 Sat

21 Fri

19 Wed

18 Tue

26 Wed

August

16 Wed

01 Tue

30 Wed

13 Sun

28 Mon

09 Wed

08 Tue

24 Thu

09 Wed

25 Fri

22 Tue

04 Fri

01 Tue

29 Tue

14 Mon

12 Sat

27 Sun

20 Sun

18 Fri

05 Sat

19 Sat

26 Sat

Year – 2023AmavasaiPournamiPradoshamKarthigaiAshtamiNavamiSashtiSankatahara ChathurthiThiruvonamMaadha SivarathiriEkadhasiChathurthiChandra DarisanamKarinaal
September

14 Thu

29 Fri

12 Tue

27 Wed

05 Tue

07 Thu

22 Fri

08 Fri

23 Sat

21 Thu

03 Sun

26 Tue

13 Wed

10 Sun

25 Mon

19 Tue

16 Sat

14 Thu

October

14 Sat

28 Sat

12 Thu

26 Thu

03 Tue

30 Mon

06 Fri

22 Sun

07 Sat

23 Mon

20 Fri

02 Mon

22 Sun

12 Thu

10 Tue

25 Wed

18 Wed

16 Mon

03 Tue

16 Mon

23 Mon

November

13 Mon

27 Mon

10 Fri

24 Fri

26 Sun

05 Sun

20 Mon

06 Mon

21 Tue

18 Sat

01 Wed

30 Thu

19 Sun

11 Sat

09 Thu

23 Thu

17 Fri

14 Tue

06 Mon

17 Fri

20 Mon

26 Sun

December

12 Tue

26 Tue

10 Sun

24 Sun

24 Sun

05 Tue

20 Wed

06 Wed

21 Thu

18 Mon

30 Sat

16 Sat

11 Mon

08 Fri

23 Sat

16 Sat

14 Thu

03 Sun

22 Fri

25 Mon

Ashtami 2023 / Masik Durgashtami 2023
Ashtami 2023 / Masik Durgashtami 2023

Durga Ashtami 2023 – Significance And Celebrations

Durga Ashtami is one of the most widely observed and celebrated days in the Hindu culture. Every month of the Lunar Calendar includes the Ashtami Tithi in the period of Shukla Paksha when moon is visible. Ashtami which is eighth day is dedicated to Goddess Devi/Shakti or Durga and is popularly called as Durgashtami. It is marked by long day fasting and worshipping by her devotees. However the most significant Durgashtami is the one falling in the month of Ashwin. It falls within the nine long days of Navaratri festival. Astra/weapon puja of Goddess Durga is done on Mahaashtami day while the monthly Ashtami is done once every month of the Lunar Calendar. Other names referred to Maasik Durgashtami include Monthly Durgashtami, and or Maas Durgashtami.

Durga Ashtami: The Eighth Day

Durga Ashtami is observed throughout India, but followers of Maa Durga in eastern states of India, particularly West Bengal, take the cake in terms of pomp and scale of celebrations. The image of Goddess Durga riding a lion and killing the dreaded demon Mahishasura with her ten arms fanning out has become synonymous with Shakti (Power). Her idol cast in the same image has come to symbolize the power of a woman when fully unleashed, and is worshipped throughout the nation.

Durga Ashtami represents the eighth day of the Navratri festival. It is believed keeping fast on this auspicious day gets you the blessings of Goddess Durga. Massive idols of the deity are installed at various pandals, homes, and offices in her reverence. Devotees throng the pandals and offer their prayers to Goddess Durga.

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