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.