Purnima 2020 dates and time – Purnima Vrat

Purnima Dates & Time

Find the details of all Purnima 2020 dates with start and end time of Purnima in 2020. Purnima dates (also called Poornima, Pournima) are the full moon days and considered auspicious by Hindu. On Purnima date, most devotees have fast throughout the day and pray to Lord Vishnu.

List of Purnima Vrat Dates in 2020

10th January (Friday) – Paush Purnima
Purnima Vrat Date: 10th January (Friday) – Paush Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 02:34 am on January 10, 2020 and ends at 12:50 am on January 11, 2020


9th February (Sunday) – Magha Purnima
Pournami Vrat Date: 8th February (Saturday) – Magha Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 04:01 pm on February 8, 2020, and ends at 1:02 pm on February 9, 2020

9th March (Monday) – Phalguna Purnima
Purnima Vrat Date: 9th March (Monday) – Phalguna Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 3:03 am on March 9, 2020, and ends at 11:17 pm on March 9, 2020

7th April (Tuesday) – Chaitra Purnima
Pournami Vrat Date: 7th April (Tuesday) – Chaitra Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 12:01 pm on April 7, 2020 and ends at 08:04 am on April 8, 2020
8th April (Wednesday) –

7th May (Thursday) – Vaishakha Purnima
Purnima Vrat Date: 6th May (Wednesday) – Vaishakha Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 07:44 pm on May 6, 2020, and ends at 04:14 pm on May 7, 2020
Buddha Purnima Timings
2581st Birth Anniversary of Gautama Buddha


5th June (Friday) – Jyeshtha Purnima
Pournami Vrat Date: 5th June (Friday) – Jyeshtha Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 03:15 am on June 5, 2020, and ends at 12:41 am on June 6, 2020

4th July (Saturday) – Guru Purnima
Purnima Vrat Date: 4th July (Saturday) – Guru Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 11:33 am on July 4, 2020 and ends at 10:13 am on July 5, 2020
Kokila Vrat, Vyasa Puja, Ashadha Purnima, Guru Purnima, Karka Sankranti
5th July (Sunday) – Ashadha Purnima

3rd August (Monday) – Shravana Purnima
Pournami Vrat Date: 3rd August (Monday) – Shravana Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 09:28 PM on Aug 2, 2020 and ends at 09:28 PM on Aug 3, 2020
Shravana Purnima, Rakhi, Raksha Bandhan, Gayatri Jayanti
Vaishakha Purnima, Kurma Jayanti, Buddha Purnima

1st September (Tuesday) – Purnima Shraddha
Purnima Vrat Date: 1st September (Tuesday) – Purnima Shraddha
Purnima Time: begins from 09:38 am on September 1, 2020 and ends at 10:51 am on September 2, 2020
2nd September (Wednesday) – Bhadrapada Purnima

1st October (Thursday) – Sharad Purnima
Pournami Vrat Date: 1st October (Thursday) – Sharad Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 12:25 am on October 1, 2020 and ends at 02:34 am on October 2, 2020
Ashwina Purnima, Kojagara Puja, Sharad Purnima


31st October (Saturday) – Sharad Purnima
Purnima Vrat Date: 31st October (Saturday) – Sharad Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 05:45 pm on October 30, 2020 and ends at 08:18 pm on October 31, 2020
Ashwina Purnima, Kojagara Puja, Sharad Purnima

29th November (Sunday) – Kartik Purnima
Pournami Vrat Date: 29th November (Sunday) – Kartik Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 12:47 pm on November 29, 2020 and ends at 02:59 pm on November 30, 2020
Dev Diwali, Kartika Purnima
30th November (Monday) – Kartik Purnima

29th December (Tuesday) – Margashirsha Purnima
Purnima Vrat Date: 29th December (Tuesday) – Margashirsha Purnima
Purnima Time: begins from 07:54 am on December 29, 2020, and ends at 08:57 am on December 30, 2020
30th December (Wednesday) – Margashirsha Purnima

जाने पूर्णिमा व्रत तिथि हिन्दी में

Purnima is a very auspicious day. Most devotees have fast throughout the day and pray to Lord Vishnu. The purnima fast commences at sunrise on the poornima day and ends during the full moon rise in the evening thus stretching over 12 hours. The conditions for the vrat on this day include abstaining from consuming rice and cereal-based dishes and total absence of salt. If possible, people observe strict fasting without even taking water. If this is not possible, then eating fruits and drinking milk is allowed. People spend time praying to Lord Vishnu and read Shree Satya Narayana Vrata Puja book. In the evening, after sighting the moon, they pray to the moon and partake of the ‘Prasad’ along with some light food.
For Purnima Vrat Vidhi, read – Satyanarayan Katha & Pooja Vidhi 

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