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Why Purnima is Auspicious?

Poornima or the full moon day is considered to be an auspicious day. Most of the activities are started on this day and they bring good results. People keep fast on this day and tend to gain the tenderness from the full moon. Full moon night represents the kind heartedness of the God which in true sense inspires the devotees. As the moon is a symbol of light heart and sensitivity, disciples are blessed with peace of mind on this day. Those who keep fast on this day gain patience and immense mental peace. This is considered to be an auspicious day as compared to Amavasya, which is the night with no moon. Amavasya is inauspicious in many ways. Without Moon night, it’s a scary night which is perfect for tantriks and evil souls to enhance their power and energy. People who have mental disorders tend to become agitated on Amavasya and Poornima. Also See: Bad effects of Amavasya here https://www.vingle.net/posts/2866675 Different recitations and chanting are done on this day of Purnima. Mahamrityunjay Jaap is one of them. Most of these ceremonies are followed by Dharma talks and charity. It’s the day of sacrifice and devotion. People obey and meditate the religious teachings and eat vegetarian food. Food and money is donated by people as a sign of sacrifice and devotion. Many trapped animals are also set free to display the kindness and empathy for them. This is the period of growth and strength since it is the full phase of the moon. People offer prayers to their forefathers or ancestors on this day to gain their blessings. Lord Buddha was born somewhere around 623 B.C .on the full moon day. It was on the same day that he attained enlightenment and then he passed away, again on the same full moon day after attaining salvation or complete liberation. This day is called as Buddha purnima or Vesak and is considered to be the most sacred day by the Buddhist. Hindus consider Gautam Buddha an incarnation of lord Vishnu so they also celebrate the day
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Amavasya Bad Effects

Amavasya and Its effects on Human lives Amavasya is No Moon or New Moon day. It is the day when the moon is not visible in the sky during the night. It is said that one should not perform any auspicious work on this day. If anyone starts any new work on Amavasya tithi, there are chances that it will not become successful or not result in any positive outcome. Also, on this day, people are advised to refrain from journeys or long travel. In Hindu tradition, Amavasya has a great significance. There are various Vrats or fasts associated with Amavasya such as Mauni Amavasya Vrat, Mahalaya Amavasya and many more. It is believed that devotees should observe fast on the new moon day and seek blessings from the Divine. But why do we keep a fast on Amavasya? Is there any significance of Amavasya Vrat? Significance of Amavasya In Vedic astrology, Amavasya is believed as the darkest day of a lunar month. On this day, all the evil spirits and negative energies are prominent. Also, the effect of Black magic is quite strong on the day of Amavasya. Thus, on this day, Goddess Kali and Lord Shiva are worshipped. Devotees observe fast and offer prayers to the Lord in order to fulfill their wishes. Amavasya has adverse effects on the human mind and soul. By observing Amavsya Vrat or fast one may find solace in life and get saved from the collosal effects of No moon day. Let’s take a look at the various bad effects of Amavasya.
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