When is Thai Amavasya

Say goodbye to past and welcome new opportunities

Hindu holy books have a number of festivals that have great impact on the human life even today. This festival also has its roots in the Hinduism. The perfect and best initiation of Uttarayana period is Thai Amavasya. This period is also known as the Northern transit period of sun. This particular day is considered as the Divine day for both the gods and goddess as according to Hindu mythological texts and inscriptions, this auspicious day is called as day time in the heaven. Thai is the beginning of the Tamil month that is from January to February according to the religious calendar of Tamil. 

There is a saying in Tamil ‘Thai Pirandhal Vazhi Pirakkum’, which means the Thai month forms the way for all the new opportunities saying goodbye to the hurdles and hardships. There needs to be a limitations to all the past actions of an individual and people believe that this is the auspicious period for that. Almost all the Hindus believe in the phrase. Considering the new beginning of the life there are a number of new things people begin on this day. The business men start new projects, the purchase of new vehicles, shifting to new house and so many such activities people plan on this day.

Indirectly it is always said that the Thai month welcomes the new beginners and give a chance for the sufferers to put an end to their difficulties. Therefore the festival is also known as ‘Thai Amavasya’ because it is the new moon of the Thai month. People trust in few other thing like, ancestors from departed ancestors of 64 generations help in solving all kinds of problems related to money, relation, etc. and people are blessed with good energy too.

Next Thai Amavasya is on 4 February 2019 (Monday)

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