It falls on the full moon day, Purnima of Asadha
, the fourth month of Hindu calendar, coinciding with June/July months of the Gregorian calendar.
During the menstrual cycle of Ambubachi, from the seventh day to the tenth day of the Hindu month of Asadha
, the doors of the shrine remains closed to all.
bharolakanirodhena) at the full moon of Asadha
; (43) a penalty [?
Elapsed Saka-year 786, month of Asadha
, fifth of the waning fortnight, Paniruan, Wage, Wednesday, lunar mansion Uttarasadha, conjunction Saubhagya.
The festival is held on the second day of the bright fortnight of Asadha
, which roughly works out to late June.
Slusser's discussion of the 16th-century I-bahil "Pilgrim's Guide" Painting dated NS 685 asadha
The months of the Indian year are, in order, Caitra, Vaisakha, Jyaistha, Asadha
, Sravana, Bhadrapada, Asvina, Karttika, Margasirsa, Pausya, Magha and Phalguna.
2; XVII.1] tal pratica recebia o nome de vassAvAsa que era iniciada no 13 dia da lua crescente de Asadha
e terminava na lua cheia do mes de Karttika.
225] suggested "The Closing Day for the Accounting Year shall be the full moon day of the month of Asadha
[June/July], the year consisting of 354 days (according to the lunar calendar) with a separate book for time intercalary month [2.7]."
(After 2 days) On Monday, the first of clear fortnight in the month of Asadha
of Nepal Samvat 822, the icon (in the sanctum sanctorum) and pinnacle (on top of the temple) are installed.
ones are Caitra, Vaisakha, Jyestha, asadha
, sravana, Bhadra, and asvina.
(16.) For a brief introduction to the poet and an annotated translation of his first essay together with a commentary see my: "Laksmiprasada Devakota's `The Fifteenth of the Month of Asadha
'", in: Contributions to Nepalese Studies, Vol.