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Amavasya January 2023 Date – Amavas or No Moon Day

Amavasya in January 2023 is of great importance as is it the Mauni Amavasya in North India and it is Thai Amavasya in Tamil Nadu. Amavasya January 2023 date is January 21. In many parts of India, Amavasya begins at 5:08 AM on January 21 and ends at 2:49 AM on January 22. Snan, Shradh, and Daan (bath, rituals to dead ancestors and donation) is to be performed on January 21. Amavas is the darkest day in a Hindu month and some Hindus observe a fast on the day. 

Mauni Amavasya is an important bathing date during the Magh Mela at Prayagraj in 2023. There is also a Surya Grahan on January 15 and this makes it even more auspicious. 

This is the Paush Amavasya in calendars followed in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra. 

In North India, it is the Magh Amavasya.