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Amāvāsyā (Sanskrit: अमावस्या) means dark moon lunar phase in Sanskrit. The word Amāvāsyā is common to almost all Nepalese and Indian languages as most of them are derived from Sanskrit. Ancient Babylonian, Greek and Indian calendars used 30 lunar phases, called tithi in India. The dark moon tithi is when the Moon is within the 12 degrees of angular distance between the Sun and Moon before conjunction (syzygy). The New Moon tithi (called Pratipada or Pratima) is the 12 angular degrees after syzygy. Amāvāsyā is often translated as new moon since there is no standard term for the Moon before conjunction in English.

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  • Amāvāsyā (Sanskrit: अमावस्या) means dark moon lunar phase in Sanskrit. The word Amāvāsyā is common to almost all Nepalese and Indian languages as most of them are derived from Sanskrit. Ancient Babylonian, Greek and Indian calendars used 30 lunar phases, called tithi in India. The dark moon tithi is when the Moon is within the 12 degrees of angular distance between the Sun and Moon before conjunction (syzygy). The New Moon tithi (called Pratipada or Pratima) is the 12 angular degrees after syzygy. Amāvāsyā is often translated as new moon since there is no standard term for the Moon before conjunction in English.
  • Amawasja (ang. Amavasya) - trzydziesty (ostatni) dzień (tithi) miesiąca księżycowego hinduistycznego zreformowanego kalendarza ery Wikrama (samwatsara).
  • Амава́сья («совместное проживание») — новолуние в индуистском календаре. В индийской астрологии амавасьей называют тот день лунного календаря, в который Луна и Солнце находятся в одном доме. После амавасьи начинается светлая половина лунного месяца, называемая «шукла-пакша». Шукла-пакша приходит на смену кришна-пакше — тёмной половине месяца, которая исчисляется от полнолуния. Шукла-пакша связывается с влиянием богов, тогда как кришна-пакша скорее с влиянием предков.
  • Amavasha o también llamada "Amavasya" (más propia del inglés), es el nombre para indicar o referirse al día de la Luna Nueva, noche sin Luna que es la más oscura de todo el ciclo lunar. La palabra "Amavasha" es muy común en muchas lenguas indias, sobre todo el sánscrito, el hindi, maratí y guyaratí.
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