A Quick view JANUARY Festivals and Puja Dates handout.

A Quick view JANUARY Festivals and Puja Dates handout.

This blog-styled page is a quick link to all the prayer dates etc. for this month of JANUARY 2022. We created this page as a quick link for those that consider time a luxury. I would suggest printing the first two pages and have it pasted on your fridge door or a convenient frequently passed by place at your home or work place.

The 11 article links are provided below.

1) New Moon (Amavasya) offerings to one’s Ancestors and Prayers to Mother Kali = 2nd January 2022

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2) Putrada Ekadashi = 13th January 2022

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3) Makar Sankranti = 14th January 2022

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4) Thai Pongal = 14th January 2022

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5) Shani Pradosham = 15th January 2022

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6) Purnima (Full Moon) Monday = 17th January 2022

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7) Full Moon Puja and havan = 17th January 2022

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8 ) Shakambhari Devi Jayanti – 17th January 2022

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9) Thai Poosam Kavady = 9th (Flag Hosting) – 18th (Kavady day) January 2022

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10) Observing Thai Poosam Kavady at one’s home due to Covid-19.

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11) Sat-tila Ekadashi = 28th January 2022

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Auspicious wedding dates in January 2022.

January: 8, 9, 15, 22, 23, 26, 27, 29

Auspicious Friday dates to commence a Lakshmi Vrata in January 2022.

January: 7, 14

Auspicious conception dates to conceive in January 2022.

January: 3rd – 17th

Panchak (The inauspicious period when death occurs) in the month of January.

January: Commences on 05th @ 16h23 and ends on 10th @ 05h19.

MOOL & NEW MOON (AMAVASYA) DATES FOR JANUARY (The most inauspicious days for a baby to be born in).

: Starts 1st @ 03h46 Ends 2nd @ 20h31 (Jyeshtha – Moola Nakshatra’s).

: Starts 9th @ 07h17 Ends 11th @ 10h50 (Revati – Ashwini Nakshatra’s).

: Starts 19th @ 03h23 Ends 21st @ 11h32 (Ashlesha – Magha Nakshatra’s).

: Starts 28th @ 09h28 Ends 30th @ 03h32 (Jyeshtha – Moola Nakshatra’s).

New Moon begins January 2nd @ 00h11 and ends January 2nd @ 20h32.

Griha Pravesha January dates (The most auspicious dates for one to move into a new house): 3rd – 17th

Durga Paath Puja dates for January (The most auspicious dates for one to perform a Durga Paath/Saptashati/Chandi homa).

January: 10, 11, 16, 25, 26, 31

Chaturthi January Date (Lord Ganesh’s devotees invoke his blessings to rid themselves of problems and impediments in their life and bring prosperity, happiness and fulfillment of desires).

January 21, 2022, Friday

MOON-RISE TIMINGS

21h30 = DURBAN

21h38 = JHB

22h25 = CAPE TOWN

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Trayodashi = January Dates 2022.

Pradosha Puja Time

January 15, 2022, Saturday 19h01 to 21h03

January 29, 2022, Saturday 18h56 to 21h01

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JAI MATA DI

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