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Telugu Pandugala Dates 2022 || Dates of Telugu Pandugalu 2022


2nd - Amavasya
3rd - Pushya maasam begins
4th - Sukra Moodhami begins
13th - Vaikuntha / Mukkoti Ekadasi
14th - Bhogi
14th - Uttarayana Punyakalam at h8.41 p.m (IST)
14th - Sukra Moodhami ends

15th - Makara Sankranti
16th - Kanuma
17th - Pournami
21st - Sankashtahara Chaturthi


1st - Amavasya
2nd - Maagha maasam begins
5th - Sri Panchami
8th - Ratha Saptami
12th - Bheeshma Ekadasi
16th - Maagha Pournami
20th - Guru Moodhami begins
20th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi


1st - Maha Sivaratri
2nd - Amavasya
3rd - Phalguna Maasam begins
18th - Holi Pournami
18th - Guru Moodhami ends
21st - Sankashtahara Chaturthi


1st - Amavasya
2nd - Subhakrutu Nama Samvatsaradi, Ugaadi, Chaitra Maasam begins
10th - Sri Ramanavami
16th - Pournami
20th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi
30th - Amavasya


1st - Vaisakha Maasam begins 3rd - Akshaya Tritiya, Simhachalam Chandanotsavam
16th - Vaisakha Pournami
19th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi
25th - Hanumad Jayanti
30th - Amavasya 31st - Jyeshtha Maasam begins


14th - Jyeshtha Pournami
17th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi
29th - Amavasya
30th - Aashaada Maasam begins


1st - Puri Jagannatha Ratha Yatra
3rd - Golconda Bonalu (1st Sunday)
10th - Tholi Ekadasi
13th - Vyasa / Guru Pournami
16th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi
24th - Bonalu (last Sunday)
28th - Amavasya
29th - Sravana Masam begins


5th - Varalakshmi Vratam

12th - Janjhyala / Rakhi Pournami
15th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi
19th - Krishnaashtami
27th - Polaala Amavasya
28th - Bhadrapada Maasam begins
31st - Vinayaka Chavithi


10th - Pournami
11th - Mahalaya Paksha begins
13th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi
18th - Sukra Moodhami begins
25th - Mahalaya Amavasya, Bathukamma begins
26th - Aswayuja Masam, Sarad Navaratrulu begins
27th - Tirumala Srivari Brahmotsavalu begins


3rd - Durgaashtami, Bathukamma ends
4th - Maharnavami
5th - Vijaya Dasami
9th - Pournami
12th - Atla taddi
13th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi
22nd - Dhanteras, Dhana Trayodasi
23rd - Naraka Chaturdasi
24th - Deepavali Amavasya
25th - Kartika Masam begins
27th - Bhaginihasta bhojanam
29th - Nagula Chavithi


5th - Ksheerabdi Dwadasi
8th - Kartika Pournami
12th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi
23rd - Amavasya
24th - Poli Swargam, Margasira Maasam begins
27th - Sukra Moodhami ends
29th - Subramania Sashthi


4th - Geeta Jayanti
5th - Hanumad Vratam
7th - Sri Datta Jayanti
8th - Pournami
11th - Sankashtahara Chaturthi
16th - Dhanur Masam begins / Nelagantu
23rd - Amavasya
24th - Pushya Masam begins


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