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Hariyali Amavasya Festival Dates Between 2017 And 2024

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2017 Sunday, 23rd of July
2018 Saturday, 11th of August
2019 Thursday, 1st of August
2020 Monday, 20th of July
2021 Sunday, 8th of August
2022 Thursday, 28th of July
2023 Monday, 17th of July
2024 Sunday, 4th of August

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Hariyali Amavasya Rituals:
The day of Amavasya’s dedicated to one’s ancestors or forefathers in Hinduism. Much in the same way, on Hariyali Amavasya, devotees get early and take bath before sunrise. Following this, pooja is performed to appease the ancestors or ‘pitrs’(Parents). Special meal is prepared and offered to Brahmins. The male member of the family performs all the ancestral rites to offer peace to their deceased family members.

This festival is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Devotees worship him with full devotion and seek his blessings for good rains and bountiful harvest. Shiva Pooja on Hariyali Amavasya is believed to bring wealth and prosperity. Devotees recite Vedic mantras dedicated to Lord Shiva and sing bhajans in His praise. Special darshan and rituals are held in Lord Shiva temples all across the country.
In some regions, people also observe a fast on this day. Only meal is taken during the day after completing all the puja rituals.
Grand fairs are also organised on Hariyali Amavasya in different parts of the India. In Udaipur, the celebrations last for three continuous days. Fun, food and frolic marks this grand fair. Women collectively pray for the welfare of their husbands.

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