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Navratri Festival 2019

Navratri Festival celebration at The Heathland School start on Sunday, 29 September 2019

(29 September to 7 October and 13 October 2019 from 8:00pm to 10:30pm)

Please note that we Do NOT have the hall on WEDNESDAY, 2 OCTOBER 2019)

Please DO NOT bring any nuts or any products in prasad. The school has ZERO tolerance policy

for nuts. This is due to nut alergy.

 

Maha Ashtami - Saturday, 5 October 2019

Maha Navmi - Sunday, 6 October 2019

Dashera, Vijya Dashmi - Monday, 7 October 2019

 

Sharad Purnima will be on Sunday, 13 October 2019

 

We will be sending out the invitations by Email & Post. Please check your email.

 

 

Panchang Details

 

14 September 2019 - Pratipada Shraddh

 

 

15 September 2019 - Dwitiya Shraddh

16 September 2019 - Tritiya Shraddh

17 September 2019 - Sankasht Chaturthi, Angaraki, Moon Rise 20:50, Chaturthi Shraddh

18 September 2019 - Bharni Shraddh

19 September 2019 - Panchami and Kritika Shraddh

20 September 2019 - Shashti Shraddh

21 September 2019 - Saptami Shraddh, Kalashtami, Mahalakshami Vrat Ends

22 September 2019 - Ashtami Shraddh, Avidhva Navmi, Navmi-Dosi Shraddh, Jetha Ravivar

23 September 2019 - Dashmi Shraddh, Autumnal Eqinox-Autum Begins

24 September 2019 - Ekadashi Shraddh

25 September 2019 - Indira Ekadashi, Dwadashi Shraddh, Rentiya Barash

26 September 2019 - Pradosh, Trayodashi Shraddh, Magha Shraddh, Balabhola and Sanyasi Shraddh

27 September 2019 - Shivratri, Chaturdashi Shraddh, Surapura Bapanu Shraddh

28 September 2019 - Sarva Pitri Darsh Amavas, Amavas-(Purnima) Shr

29 September 2019 - Shardiy NAVRATRI Begins, Matamah Shraddh, Chandra Darshan Beejna

 

01 October 2019 - Vinayak Chaturthi

02 October 2019 - Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti (date)

05 October 2019 - Durgashtami, Mahashtami

06 October 2019 - Mahanavmi, Naived Nom

07 October 2019 - Dashera, Vijya Dashmi, Vijay Muhurat 14:43 to 15:28

09 October 2019 - Pashankusha Ekadashi

10 October 2019 - Pradosh

12 October 2019 - Kojagari Purnima (with Nishith)01

13 October 2019 - Vrat & Sharad Purnima

17 October 2019 - Sankasht Chaturthi, Moon rise 20:03, Karak, Karva Chauth

24 October 2019 - Rama Ekadashi, Govats Dwadashi, Vagh Barash

25 October 2019 - Dhan Trayodashi, Dhan Pooja, Pradosh    

26 October 2019 - Kali Chaudas, Clock goes back one hour after Midnight (2:00am-27 Oct), GMT

                            begins 1:00am 27 Oct.)

27 October 2019 - Darsh Amavas, Diwali, Lakshmi, Sharda, Chopda Poojan, Jain Mahavir Swami

                            Nirvan Din, (Moon set 16:58)

28 October 2019 - New Year V. Samvat 2076, Virodhkrut Samvatsar, Jain Samvat 2546, Annakut

                            Bali Pratipada, Govardhan Pooja

29 October 2019 - Bhaiduj, Bhaibeej, Yam Dwitiya, Chandra Darshan Beejna

 

01 November 2019 - Labh Pancham, Pandav and Jain Gnan Panchami

 

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Details of Auspicious times at Diwali 2019 (Diwali Muhurts 2019) 

 

Monday, 21st October 2019 is an excellent day for buying the new account books.

 

Dhan Trayodashi – Dhan Puja.

The auspicious day for Dhan Trayodashi is Friday, 25th October 2019 in the evening from 16:33 until 17:48 or 21:19 to 23:04. According to our scriptures the time during the Pradoshkal is very important for Dhan Puja and this is between 17:48 to 20:36. The Chal Choghadiyu time is from 16:33 to 17:48 and Labh choghadiyu time is from 21:19 to 23:04. This year for Dhan Puja the auspicious time is between 16:33 to 17:48 BST and between 21:19 to 23:04 BST where according to our scriptures the ideal auspicious time is the combination of the Trayodashi and the Chal and Labh Choghadiyu.

 

Diwali – Lakshmi – Sharada – Chopda Puja.

The Amavasya finishes on 27th November 2019 at 27:38 (on 28th at 3:38am). According to our scriptures the Amavasya with Pradoshkal and Nishithkal is ideal and the Pradoshkal is between 16:44 until 19:34. The Choghadiya times are from 16:44 to 22:02; Shubh, Amrut and Chal Choghadiya respectively. According to our scriptures the ideal auspicious time for Puja is 16:44 to 19:34 GMT where there is a combination of Shubh & Amrut Choghadiyu, Pradoshkal and Amavasya on Sunday, 27th November 2019.

 

New Year.

The New Year is on Monday, 28th October 2019, Kartik Sud 1, Vikram Samvat 2076, Virodhkrut Samvatsar. The auspicious time for starting the New Year for your profession is on Monday morning from 6:54 to 8: 07 Amrut Choghadiyu and 9:21 to 10:34 Shubh Choghadiyu respectively.

 

Bhai Beej.

The Beej is on Tuesday, 29th October 2019.

 

Labh Panchami, Pandav and Gnan Panchami is celebrated on Friday, 1st November 2019.

 

The above auspicious times are calculated according to the Leicester, UK co-ordinates Latitude 52N38 and Longitude 1W05.

 

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2019/2020 Eclipse Details

 

25 December 2019 – Annular Solar Eclipse (GMT) (Not Visible in UK) - (25th late night)

Beginning 02:29:48, Greatest 05:14:30, End 08:05:42

(Visible in - Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, UAE)

 

10 January 2020 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse (GMT) (Moon rise 15:49 Leicester) (Visible in UK and it is not observed) –

Eclipse Details:- Beginning - 17:05:36, Mid - 19:10:00, End - 21:14:24

(Visible in - Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia.)

 

5 June 2020 – Penumbral Lunar Eclipse BST (Moon rise 21:12 BST Leicester) (Visible in UK and it is not observed) –

During the Moon rise you will see the ending of the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse (Moon rise 21:12 Leicester)

Eclipse Details:- Beginning - 18:43:24, Mid - 20:25:00, End - 22:06:30

(Visible in - Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia.)

 

21 June 2020 – Annular Solar Eclipse BST (Not Visible in UK) -

Beginning 04:45:54, Greatest 07:41:18, End 10:34:42

(Visible in - Africa, SE Europe, Asia.) [Annular: C Africa, S Asia, China, Pacific]

The instant of greatest eclipse takes place on 2020 Jun 21 at 07:41:18. This is 6.2 days after the Moon reaches apogee. During the eclipse, the Sun is in the constellation Taurus.

 

5 July 2020 – Penumbral Lunar Eclipse BST (Moon Set 04:43am BST Leicester) (Visible in UK and it is not observed) –

During the Moon set you will see the beginning of the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse (Moon set 4:43am Leicester).

Eclipse Details:- Beginning - 04:04:12, Mid - 05:30:00, End - 06:55:30

(Visible in - Americas, SW Europe, Africa.)

 

30 November 2020 – Penumbral Lunar Eclipse (Moon set 07:47am GMT Leicester) (Not Visible in UK and it is not observed) –

Eclipse Details:– Beginning - 07:29:54, Mid - 09:42:48, End - 11:55:42

(Visible in - Asia, Australia, Pacific, Americas.)

 

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Adhik Aaso (Ashvin) Maas – Starts Thursday, September 17th 2020, 12:00 BST & ends Friday, October 16th 2020, 20:31 BST

According to the sidereal zodiac system this year the Sun enters the zodiac sign Virgo (Kanya) on September 16th, 14:38 B.S.T. (British Summer Time) and stays in this zodiac sign until October 17th, 02:35 B.S.T. During this period two new moons (Amavasya) occur, the first new moon occur on September 17th, 12:00 B.S.T. and the second new moon occur on October 16th, 20:31 B.S.T. and hence the Adhik Maas. The Adhik Maas occurs at the beginning of the lunar month Aaso (ashvin), hence it’s called as Adhik Aaso (Ashvin), and the following lunar month is regular lunar month Aaso (Ashvin).

 

Blue moon

The term "blue moon" is most often defined as the second full moon occurring within a single month. In 2020 the two full moons (Purnima) occurs in the month of October. The first full moon on 1st October – 22:05 (BST) and the second full moon on 31st October – 14:49 (GMT).

 

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News from VIDYASAGAR School

 

Vidyasagar School is now closed.

 

     For further details please contact -

 

     Monicaben Solanky - 020 8813 2661

 

     Induben Shah - 020 8577 6168

 

     Sharad Mistry - 07976 738671 (GCSE)