Muhurat:10:11 AM to 03:09 AM, Jul 10Nakshatra:Shatabhisha Tithi:Panchami
Muhurat:05:31 AM to 05:31 AM, Jul 11Nakshatra:Purva Bhadrapada Tithi:Panchami, Shashthi (Note: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of New Delhi, India )
Muhurat:03:47 PM to 05:32 AM, Jul 13Nakshatra:Revati Tithi:Ashtami
Muhurat:05:32 AM to 11:14 AMNakshatra:Revati Tithi:Ashtami
Kamika Ekadashi is also the first Ekadashi observance that falls during 'Chaturmas', the auspicious period dedicated to worshipping Sri Krishna. It is a day dedicated to worshipping Lord Vishnu and is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over by Hindus, all across the world.
The day when Sun enters the Karka Rashi is called Karka Sankranti. This day starts the southern journey of the Sun God, which is also called the Dakshinayana. It is believed that Gods go to sleep during the phase of six months. Lord Vishnu is worshipped on this day, and devotees observe fasting for blessings.
Muhurat:06:53 PM to 11:44 PMNakshatra:Rohini Tithi:Ekadashi
Muhurat:08:28 PM to 05:35 AM, Jul 18Nakshatra:Mrigashirsha Tithi:Dwadashi, Trayodashi (Note: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of New Delhi, India )
Shravana, Krishna ChaturdashiBegins - 12:41 AM, Jul 19 Ends - 12:10 AM, Jul 20
Amavasya falling on Monday is known as Somvati Amavasya. The significance of Somvati Amavasya was narrated to the eldest Pandava by Bhishma Pitamaha in Mahabharata. It is believed that a holy dip in river Ganga on this day brings peace to our ancestors' souls and washes away all our sorrows, thus bringing progress and prosperity.
Shravana, Krishna AmavasyaBegins - 12:10 AM, Jul 20 Ends - 11:02 PM, Jul 20
Hariyali Teej also known as Chhoti Teej or Shravan Teej, falls on the third day in the month of Shravan. Women seek blessing for their marriage on this day by performing puja and observing vrat.