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There will be 2 Shravan months in 2023, lunar eclipse will happen on Sharad Purnima, know what else will be special in the coming year?

2 Shravan months in 2023

by Gurpreet

The year 2023 is going to start in a few days. This year is going to be very special from religious and astrological point of view. This year there will be a situation of differences regarding some festivals. There will be 2 solar and 2 lunar eclipses this year, but only one will be visible in India.

English New Year 2023 is going to start after a few days. This year will be very special from the point of view of religion and astrology. This year there will be more month of Shravan, that means the month of Shravan will be of 60 days instead of 30 days. Apart from this, there seems to be a situation of differences regarding the festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi, Hartalika Teej etc. this year. The coincidence of lunar eclipse will also happen this year on an important festival like Sharad Purnima. What else will be special this year, know further…

Saturn will change zodiac in the beginning of the year
Saturn is considered the most important planet in astrology. This planet changes zodiac once in two and a half years. In the very first month of the year 2023 i.e. January, on 17th, this planet will change from Capricorn to Aquarius. As soon as Saturn’s zodiac sign changes, the start of Dhayya and Sade Sati from many zodiac signs will end and start on other zodiac signs.

From which day will the Hindu New Year start?
According to the Hindu calendar, the Hindu New Year in the year 2023 will start from March 22. Vikram Samvat 2080 will start from this day, which will be named Nal. This year’s king will be Mercury and minister Venus. According to astrologers, due to the friendship between the king and the minister, the people in power can get many benefits this year. Sharadiya Navratri will also start from 22nd March itself.

From when and how long will it be Adhik Maas?
According to the Hindu calendar, in the year 2023 there will be more month of Shravan. The month of Shravan will start from 4th July, whose Krishna Paksha will remain till 17th July. After this, the Adhik month of Shravan will start, which will last till August 15, Tuesday. After this, the Shukla Paksha of Shravan will remain from 16 to 30 August. In this way, a total of 8 Mondays will coincide in Sawan and 4 Ekadashi fasts will be observed during this period.

From when till when will Chaturmas last?
The special importance of Chaturmas has been explained in Hinduism. There is a ban on auspicious works during these 4 months. This time Chaturmas will start from Devshayani Ekadashi on June 29, which will last till November 24. It is believed that Lord Vishnu resides in Patal Lok during these 4 months. Many difficult rules are also followed in Chaturmas.

There will be differences regarding these festivals
This time, differences are visible in the almanacs regarding Haritalika Teej, Ganesh Chaturthi and Rishi Panchami. However, in most almanacs, the date of Haritalika Teej is mentioned as September 18, Ganesh Chaturthi as September 19 and Rishi Panchami as September 20. This time on Rakshabandhan, the auspicious time of Rakshabandhan will be after 08.51, due to Bhadra being there throughout the day.

How many eclipses will happen this year?
In the year 2023, there will be 2 Sun and 2 Moon planets, but only 1 of these will be visible in India. The first solar eclipse of the year will be on April 20. This eclipse will not be visible in India. After this, the second solar eclipse will happen on 14 October. This too will not be seen in India. Talking about the lunar eclipse, the first lunar eclipse in the year 2023 will happen on May 5, which will not be visible in India. The last lunar eclipse of the year will be on October 28, this eclipse will be visible in India, so its religious and astrological beliefs will be considered here. Sharad Purnima will be on this day.

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