Andhra Pradesh Telugu Calendar 2022 October in Telugu with Telugu Festivals 2022 & Government Holidays.
Pakshika Surya Grahanam Timings.
In Andhra Pradesh Ashwayuja Masam 2022 ends on October 25, 2022. Kartika Masam 2022 will begin on October 26, 2022.
Ashwayuja Pournami - October 9, 2022.
Ashwayuja Amavasya - October 25, 2022.
Panchangam 2022 October 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
Ashwayuja Pournami (Purnima) 2022 Date & Time (Full Moon Day), Ashwayuja Masam, Sukla Paksham, Pournami Tithi in October 2022 Date & Time (Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh) Begins 3:41 AM on Sunday, 9 October 2022 and Ends 2:24 AM on Monday, 10 October 2022.
Ashwayuja Amavasya 2022 Date & Time (New Moon Day), Ashwayuja Masam, Krishna Paksham, Amavasya Tithi in October 2022 Date & Time (Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh) Begins 5:27 PM on Monday, 24 October 2022 and Ends 4:18 PM on Tuesday, 25 October 2022.
Dasara, Vijaya Dashami 2022 FAQs
Devi Navratri 2022 started on Monday, September 26, 2022. Click here for October 2022 Telugu Festivals. Dasara is celebrated on the tenth day or Dashami Tithi of the Shukla Paksha of Ashwayuja Masam on Telugu Calendar. According to the English Calendar, it falls in the month of September-October.
This year, Dasara will fall on Wednesday, October 5, 2022 (Telugu States). The Vijay Muhurat - 02:04 PM to 02:51 PM (Duration - 00 Hours 48 Mins). The Aparahna Puja Time - 01:16 PM to 03:39 PM (Duration - 02 Hours 23 Mins). The Dashami Tithi Begins - 02:20 PM on Oct 04, 2022 and Dashami Tithi Ends - 12:00 PM on Oct 05, 2022
The Nine Avatars of Durga celebrated during Navaratri are; 1.Shailaputri, 2.Brahmacharini, 3.Chandraghanta, 4.Kushmanda, 5.Skandamata, 6.Katyayini, 7.Kaalratri, 8.Mahagauri and 9.Siddhidatri.
The festival of Devi Navratri is starting on September 26, 2022 and ending on October 5, 2022.
Navratri is a significant Hindu festival which is observed for 9 nights and 10 days. Dasara/Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami is the tenth day of the Navratri Festival. It calls an end to the festival and is often considered symbolic of victory of the good over evil.
Dasara/Dussehra or Vijaya Dasami celebrates the Hindu god Sri Rama's victory over the demon king Ravanasura and the triumph of good over evil.
The fight to save Goddess Sita Devi lasted for 10 days and on the tenth day of Ashwayuja month, Lord Sri Rama managed to kill Ravanasura with the help of 'Divyastra' given by Goddess Durga Devi. The day when Lord Sri Ram killed Ravanasura was the Dashami Tithi (tenth day) of Ashwayuja month and hence it is called Vijaya Dashami.
Purchasing of gold, silver, vehicle and weapons is considered auspicious on this day. They also worship it as is believed it removes the inauspicious shadow from the vehicle and will be a blessing to its owner.
One of the prominent Indian Hindu Festivals is Dasara, also known as Durga Puja and Vijayadashami, in different parts of the country. Every Indian state has its own way of celebrating the beautiful festival.
The history of Mysore Dussehra goes back to the 15th century when Raja Wodeyar started these ten days celebrations. Mysore Dasara will be celebrated from 26th September 2022 to 5th October 2022.