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Deepak1711 Rohini Vrat dates for New Delhi, NCT, IndiaDeepak

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July 2020
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1711 Rohini Vrat

Rohini Vrat Dates

Rohini Vrat is significant fasting day in Jain community. Rohini Vrat is mainly observed by women for the long life of their husbands. Rohini is one of the Nakshatra out of twenty-seven Nakshatra in Jain and Hindu calendar.

Rohini fasting is observed on the day when Rohini Nakshatra prevails after sunrise. It is believed that those who observe Rohini fasting can get rid of all types of sorrows and poverty. The Parana of Rohini Nakshatra is done during Margashirsha Nakshatra when Rohini Nakshatra ends.

There are twelve Rohini fasting days in a year. Usually Rohini Vrat is observed for three, five or seven years continuously. The advisable duration of Rohini fasting is five years and five months. Rohini fasting should be finished with Udyapana.

1711 Rohini Upvas
[1767 - 1768] Vikrama Samvata
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January 2, 1711, Friday
Rohini Vrat
January 29, 1711, Thursday
Rohini Vrat
February 26, 1711, Thursday
Rohini Vrat
March 25, 1711, Wednesday
Rohini Vrat
April 21, 1711, Tuesday
Rohini Vrat
May 18, 1711, Monday
Rohini Vrat
June 15, 1711, Monday
Rohini Vrat
July 12, 1711, Sunday
Rohini Vrat
August 8, 1711, Saturday
Rohini Vrat
September 5, 1711, Saturday
Rohini Vrat
October 2, 1711, Friday
Rohini Vrat
October 29, 1711, Thursday
Rohini Vrat
November 25, 1711, Wednesday
Rohini Vrat Continues
November 26, 1711, Thursday
Rohini Vrat
December 23, 1711, Wednesday

Notes: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of New Delhi, India with DST adjustment (if applicable).
Hours which are past midnight are suffixed with next day date. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise.

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