Hindu tithi calendar showing Krishna paksha and Shukla paksha days for 2020 February. Use this calendar to find tithi for any day any location. Also know purnima dates, when is amavasya this month, vrat dates, ekadashi etc...

2020 February

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
26
02
Dwitiya - 19:45
Tritiya
Makara
27
03
Tritiya - 21:52
Chaturthi
Kumbha
28
04
Chaturthi - 0:16
Panchami
Kumbha
29
05
Panchami - 2:49
Shashthi
Meena
30
06
Shashthi - 5:22
Saptami
Meena
31
07
Saptami
Meena
01
08
Saptami - 7:41
Ashtami
Mesha
02
09
Ashtami - 9:34
Navami
Mesha
03
10
Navami - 10:49
Dashami
Vrishabha
04
11
Dashami - 11:19
Ekadashi
Vrishabha
05
12
Ekadashi - 11:01
Dwadashi
Vrishabha
06
13
Dwadashi - 9:53
Trayodashi
Mithuna
07
14
Trayodashi - 8:01
Chaturdashi
Mithuna
08
15
Purnima - 2:33
Pratipada
Karka
09
16
Pratipada - 23:15
Dwitiya
Karka
10
17
Dwitiya - 19:48
Tritiya
Simha
11
18
Tritiya - 16:23
Chaturthi
Simha
12
19
Chaturthi - 13:09
Panchami
Kanya
13
20
Panchami - 10:16
Shashthi
Kanya
14
21
Shashthi - 7:51
Saptami
Tula
15
22
Ashtami - 4:44
Navami
Tula
16
23
Navami - 4:05
Dashami
Vrischika
17
24
Dashami - 4:03
Ekadashi
Vrischika
18
25
Ekadashi - 4:32
Dwadashi
Dhanu
19
26
Dwadashi - 5:30
Trayodashi
Dhanu
20
27
Trayodashi - 6:51
Chaturdashi
Dhanu
21
28
Chaturdashi Makara
22
29
Chaturdashi - 8:33
Amavasya
Makara
23
30
Amavasya - 10:31
Pratipada
Kumbha
24
01
Pratipada - 12:45
Dwitiya
Kumbha
25
02
Dwitiya - 15:10
Tritiya
Kumbha
26
03
Tritiya - 17:42
Chaturthi
Meena
27
04
Chaturthi - 20:14
Panchami
Meena
28
05
Panchami - 22:39
Shashthi
Mesha
29
06
Shashthi - 0:46
Saptami
Mesha
Bold number on top left - English calendar date, Small numbers in circle - Lunar date, - Chandra Rasi

2020 February Purnima, Amavasya Dates

TithiDate
Purnima February 8, 5:32 am to February 9, 2:33 am
Amavasya February 22, 8:33 am to February 23, 10:31 am

List of all 2020 amavasya dates, purnima tithi in 2020, ekadashi 2020 etc...

Tithi and its significance in astrology

Tithi is one of the five elements of hindu panchang, others being nakshatra, yoga, vara and karana. Tithi is the time taken by the Moon in increasing its distance from the Sun by 12 degrees. In simple terms, a tithi is a lunar day and the tithi calendar refers to the Hindu lunar calendar. Between Krishna paksha (waning phase) pradipada and Shukla paksha (waxing phase) purnima there are 30 tithis, the length of each lunar day may vary though. The duration of tithi can be anywhere between 21.5 hours to 26 hours.

The traditional Indian Hindu calendar and nearly all hindu festivals are based on tithi. According to vedic astrology, an individual's birth tithi has a lot of influence on his/her life and personality. Also, tithi is the basis for identifying auspicious and inauspicious muhurats. Tithi is one element of panchang which should never be overlooked.

Tithi Names

Here are the names of Tithis starting from Krishna paksha Pradipada

Tithi and Moon Phases with Krishna and Shukla Paksha