Moon Day

Some articles on day, moon day, days, moon:

Abirami Pattar - The Wager With Raja Serfoji
... One day, Raja Serfoji, the Maratha Raja of Thanjavur who ruled over the land, visited the temple to pay homage to Lord Shiva ... Seeking to know the truth himself, Serfoji approached the priest and asked him what day of the month it was i.e ... whether it was a full-moon day or a new-moon day ...
Shigmo - Timing
... Dhakto Shigmo begins some five days before the full-moon day of the Indian lunar month of Phalguna and ends on the full-moon day in the Old Conquests areas of ... Conquests areas, beginning on the full-moon day of Phalguna and continuing for five days ...
Hindu Calendar - Regional Variants - Vikrama and Shalivahana Calendars
... to the periods of the 'waxing' and the 'waning' of the moon ... Thus, the period beginning from the first day after the new moon and ending on the full moon day constitutes the Śukla Pakṣa, 'bright part' of the month ... Thus, each month of the Shalivahana calendar ends with the no-moon day and the new month begins on the day after that, while the full-moon day brings each month of the Vikrama ...
Pradosha
... Hindi प्रदोष, IAST Pradoṣa) is a bimonthly occasion on the thirteenth day of every fortnight in Hindu calendar ... Pradosha is indicative of day names in the calendar ... The days from new moon day to full moon day is called "Sukla Paksha" and days from every full moon day to new moon day is called "Krishna paksha" ...
Ruwanwelisaya - Materials - The Full Moon Day
... the work of building the stupa during Vesak, on the full-moon day of the month of Vesakha (April–May), under the constellation of Visakha ... In Buddhism this is considered a sacred full-moon day on which numerous events occurred, such as The definite declaration by Dīpankara Buddha to the ascetic Sumedha Bodhisatta Gotama in a past ...

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