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What is Tithi?

The Thithi is calculated with help of poisition of Sun and Moon in transit. Tithi is said to be complete when moon complete 12 degree each time. Moon completes a circle in 30 days (tithi) as per Indian Calendar. Acomplete circle is called Poornima (full moon). After that moon starts decresing. The day, when it is not visible is called Amavasya. Moon complete increasing and decreasing period in 15-15 days and complete 30 days in one mass (month). The period when moon is increasing is called the Bright Half (Sukl Paksha) and the period when moon is decreasing is called the Dark Half (Krishna Paksha).

Sukla Paksha
Krishna Paksha
Tithi name
Tithi Lord (Planet)
1 (0-12°)
16 (180-192°)
Padyami
Sun
2 (12-24°)
17 (192-204°)
Vidiya
Moon
3 (36-48°)
18 (204-216°)
Tadiya
Mars
4 (36-48°)
19 (216-228°)
Chaviti
Mercury
5 (48-60°)
20 (228-240°)
Panchami
Jupiter
6 (60-72°)
21 (240-252°)
Shashti
venus
7 (72-84°)
22 (252-264°)
Saptami
Saturn
8 (84-96°)
23 (264-276°)
Ashtami
Rahu
9 (96-108°)
24 (276-288°)
Navami
Sun
10 (108-120°)
25 (288-300°)
Dasami
Moon
11 (120-132°)
26 (300-312°)
Ekadasi
Mars
12 (132-144°)
27 (312-324°)
Dwadasi
Mercury
13 (144-156°)
28 (324-336°)
Trayodasi
Jupiter
14 (156-168°)
29 (336-348°)
Chaturdasi
Venus
15 (168-180°)
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Poornima
Saturn
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30 (348-360°)
Amavasya
Rahu

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