Purnima Dates 2022 | Purnima Calendar

According to the Hindu calendar, the full moon days are known as Purnima. These days hold immense importance in Hindus. Many festivals are celebrated on Purnima tithi and Purnima vrat is also observed. It comes 12 times in a year; the list of 2022 Purnima dates, you will find in this Purnima calendar.

Purnima calendar 2022: Here is the list of all 12 Purnima dates in 2022 along with festivals associated with those dates;

Purnima2022 DateFestivals & Vrats
Paush PurnimaMonday, 17 JanuaryShakambhari Purnima
Magha PurnimaWednesday, 16 FebruaryGuru Ravidas Jayanti, Lalita Jayanti
Phalguna PurnimaThursday, 17 MarchChhoti Holi, Holika Dahan
Friday, 18 MarchDol Purnima, Chaitanya Jayanti
Chaitra PurnimaSaturday, 16 AprilHanuman Jayanti
Vaishakha PurnimaSunday, 15 MayKurma Jayanti
Monday, 16 MayBuddha Purnima
Jyeshtha PurnimaTuesday, 14 JuneKabirdas Jayanti, Snana Yatra
Ashadha PurnimaWednesday, 13 JulyKokila Vrat, Guru Purnima, Vysaa Puja
Shravan PurnimaThursday, 11 AugustRaksha Bandhan, Hayagriva Jayanti
Friday, 12 AugustNarali Purnima
Bhadrapada PurnimaSaturday, 10 SeptemberPurnima Shraddha
Ashwin PurnimaSunday, 9 OctoberValmiki Jayanti, Kojagara Puja, Meerabai Jayanti
Kartika PurnimaTuesday, 8 NovemberGuru Nanak Jayanti
Margashirsha PurnimaWednesday, 7 DecemberDattatreya Jayanti
Thursday, 8 DecemberAnnapurna Jayanti, Bhairavi Jayanti

Festivals on Purnima 2022

Here is the list of festivals & vrats are to be observed in the 2022 Purnima dates.

  1. Shakambhari Purnima(Monday, 17 January): Paush Purnima is also known as Shakambhari Purnima. Shankabhari Devi is worshiped on this day.
  2. Magha Purnima(Wednesday, 16 February): Bathing and donating the Ganges on Magha Purnima eradicates all sins of a person. It is believed that on the day of Magha Purnima, Lord Vishnu himself comes to bathe in the river Ganges.
  3. Chhoti Holi and Holika Dahan(Thursday, 17 March): On auspicious Phalguna Purnima, Holika Dahan is celebrated. Dol Purnima, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanti is also observed on this day.
  4. Hanuman Jayanti(Saturday, 16 April): The birthday of Lord Hanuman is observed on Chaitra Purnima. Lord Hanuman is followed by many people and is worshiped with a lot of devotion. People chant Hanuman Chalisa 108 times together in a gathering and remember his contributions.
  5. Vaishakh Purnima(Sunday, 15 May): Buddha Purnima/Buddha Jayanti is also celebrated on Vaishakh Purnima. Many acts of charity and charity are performed on this day. This day is also called Satya Vinayak Purnima.
  6. Jyeshtha Purnima(Monday, 16 May): On this day, after bathing in the Ganges, all the wishes are fulfilled by offering alms and offering alms. In some areas, Jyestha Purnima is also celebrated as Vat Purnima Vrat.
  7. Ashadha Purnima(Wednesday, 13 July): This full moon day is celebrated as Guru Purnima.
  8. Shravan Purnima(Thursday, 11 August) is very sacred as it is counted as the last day of holy Shravan month. The famous Raksha Bandhan festival is celebrated on this day.
  9. Bhadrapada Purnima(Saturday, 10 September) is a widespread belief that one who performs the Bhadrapada Purnima Snan receives the divine blessings of Lord Vishnu.
  10. Ashwin Purnima(Sunday, 9 October): Ashwin Purnima falls on the Full Moon day during the Hindu lunar month of Ashwin. It is celebrated as a harvest festival and it marks the end of monsoon. Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped in the night. Ashwin Purnima is also known as Sharad Purnima, Kojagari Purnima and Kuanr Purnim
  11. Kartik Purnima(Tuesday, 8 November): On this day Lord Shiva killed a demon named Tripurasura; hence it is also called ‘Tripuri Purnima’. On the evening of Kartik Purnima, there was a mermaid of Lord Vishnu. On this day, after bathing in the Ganges, the fruit of Deep-dan is similar to ten yagyas. Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Angira, and Aditya have called it Mahapunit festival.
  12. Margashirsha Purnima(Wednesday, 7 December): Bathing has a great importance by wishing for virtue on the full moon bath, and the fruit of the donation made on this occasion is immense. Fasting and worshiping on Margashirsha Purnima gives all the happiness.

Purnima Vrat

On Purnima, people wake up early in the morning and start vrat rituals. On these days a bath is taken in the Ganges or other sacred rivers. After this, people offer water to Shiva lingam as well as worship other Gods and Goddesses. Lord Vishnu is also worshiped on this day. It is said that many people observe Lord Satyanarayana vrat on this day. Also, after giving food to a needy person or a Brahmin, make a donation. Such as – Give especially sesame, jaggery, blanket or woolen cloth to charity.

Significance of Purnima Vrat

Purnima days are highly auspicious. By taking a bath in the Ganges on Purnima, you get a lot of merits. It is believed that if we observe specific rituals on this day, all the sufferings of human life will end. According to the astrological vision angle, this day is also considered very special. If the moon is weak in one’s horoscope; he/she should observe Purnima vrat as a remedy. Purnima vrat bestows prosperity and happiness.

Other Important Dates: Amavasya Dates, Sankranti Dates, and Ekadashi Dates


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