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Coming Date Shravani Amashya2013

Shravani Amas is coming 6 August 2013.

About Shravani Amashya2013

Sawan Amas or No moon day is on August 6.Shravani Amavashya is Known as a Pithori Amavashya.This Day's important to Bathing a Mahisagar River,Ganga Rivar,Sarashvati Rivar,Narmada Rivar etc..Pithori Amavashya is no moon night.We are go to Bathing dhuvaran to Mahisagar rivar.Many People Come to Bathing this Day.This is a Very Important Day to Bathing a Holy River.Married women observe Pithori Amavasi for the good health and well being of their children. In some regions, Goddess Durga, 64 Yoginis andSaptamatrikas are worshipped on the day.
Pitha means flour and women make idols of Goddess Durga using the flour. Some communities make 64 small shapes using flour representing the deities.

Important of Shravani Amas

The importance of Shravani Amavasi vrata was narrated by Goddess Paravathi. She told this to wife of Lord Indra. This legend explains that by performing this vrata one can get healthy and brave sons.
Pithori Amavasya is observed by married women. “Pith” means flour from which life and name comes into existence. On this day, women who have children worship 64 Goddess and pray for long life of their children. The idols of 64 Goddess are made of Pith, the flour. In some regions, Goddes Durga is worshipped as Yogini. Each Pith represents one Yogini. So there are 64 yoginis.
Another important feature is worship of Saptamatrikas. Saptamatrikas are the 7 divine mothers who are seen associated with Shiva and Shakti. Names of 7 devis are: Brahmani, Vaishnavi, Maheshwari, Kaumari, Varahi, Indrani and Chamundi. There are several legends associated with each of them, which are found in the Kurma Purana, Varaha Purana and the Mahabharata. When Yogeshwari, a divine Shakti created by Lord Shiva, is mentioned then the count is eight.
On the day of pithori amavasya 64 Yoginis and Saptamatrikas are worshipped. Married women form a gathering and take part in celebrations. They prepare special recipes and offer to the Goddess. They exchange gifts with each other. They bless their children for their future.

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Shravani Amavashya Celebration

Shravani amavasya is observed with great enthusiasm in Northern states of India. Marathi calendar marks the day of pithori amavasi as Pola. Pola is celebrated on Amavasya in the Sravana month. In Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh this Amavasya is observed as Polala Amavasya. It is said that if one performs Pinda daan, offering to dead ancestors, it fetches great merits.

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