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Telangana Ashada Month 2014 – Ashad Masa 2014 in Hindu Lunar Calendar in Telangana Region in India

Ashada Masa is the fourth month in a traditional Hindu Telugu calendar followed in Telangana region in India. Telugu Ashada Masa 2014 is from June 28 to July 26.  The famous Bonalu festival which is also the state festival is observed on the Sundays in this month. Some of the auspicious days in the month include Guru Purnima, the beginning of Chatur Mas Vrata and Shayani Ekadasi.

Telangana Ashada Masam Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha
Ashada Masam Telangana calendar 2014 Shukla Paksha (Waxing phase of moon) is from June 28 to July 12, 2014.
Telangana Ashada Masam 2014 Krishna Paksha (Waning phase of moon) is from  July 13 to July 26, 2014.

Ekadasi Fasting Dates in Ashada Masam are:
Dev Shayani Ekadasi – July 9
Kamika Ekadasi – July 22

Ashada Mahina Pradosh
Pradosh – July 10 
Pradosh – July 24

Sankashti Chaturthi monthly fasting dedicated to Lord Ganesh is in Ashada Mahina is on July 15 – Moonrise is at 9:30 PM – Indian standard time.

Purnima in Telangana Ashada Masa
Ashada Purnima or Full moon day is on July 12, 2014. The Purnima Vrat is marked on July 11.
The Purnima begins at 8:33 PM on July 12 and ends at 4:55 PM on July 12. Vyasa and Guru Purnima Vrat are observed on July 12.

Amavasi in Telangana Ashada Masa
Ashad Amavasya or No moon day is on July 26, 2014. The Amavasi begins at 1:46 AM on July 26, 2014 and ends at 4:11 AM on July 27, 2014.

The dates of important festivals and auspicious days in Telangana Ashada Masam are:
Bonalu – June 29, July 6, July 13 and July 20
Chatur Mas Vrata begins – July 9
Go Padma Vrata begins – July 9
Chukkala Amavasi and Gauri Vratam – July 26

Please note that Ashada month 2014 in traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India is from June 13 to July 12.

Ashada Month in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Karnataka is similar to the Telangana Calendar.

Next month in Telangana calendar is the Shravan Masa.

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