Donate - On Auspicious Spiritual Days

Charity, in sanatana dharma, has always be an act of auspiciousness which should be performed by everyone, as confirmed through the following statement of Lord Sri Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita

“Acts of sacrifice, charity and penance are not to be given up; they must be performed. Indeed, sacrifice, charity and penance purify even the great souls.”

Bhishma Panchaka

The last 5 days of the month of Karttika are traditionally known as the Bhishma Panchaka or the Vishnu Panchaka.​

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Ekadashi falls twice a month and is very dear to Lord Sri Krishna. Any act of devotional service done on this most auspicious day is accepted by the Lord and He showers His causeless mercy profusely to a manifold degree. Please donate and receive unlimited blessings of the Supreme Lord Sri Krishna.​


Purnima is also considered an auspicious day for spiritual activities like austerities and donations etc. It is considered propitious for new beginnings. So, people mark this day by donating and offerings to Lord Krishna to ring in ever-increasing opulence in their life. Referencing scriptures, offering charity on Purnima is considered very virtuous and the benefits of the good deeds remain eternally with the doer or the giver. So, it is always suggested to do something good for the society or the environment alongside welcoming prosperity in our lives.


According to the Hindu calendar, Amavasya is treated as the beginning of the new lunar month which lasts around 29 days. It is also called “New Moon Day”. Many of the important festivals, for instance “Diwali”, the most important Hindu festival is observed on this day of Kartik Maas. As per Hindu beliefs, Amavasya is a very important day, as it is the day of new beginning. There are many rituals and beliefs associated with this day. Thus, Amavasya is considered highly auspicious to donate.