Hariyali Amavasya is a critical Hindu recognition celebrated on the 'amavasya' amid the 'Krishna Paksha' in the 'Shravana' month of the conventional Hindu schedule. Likewise alluded as the 'Celebration of Greenery', it denotes the beginning of the storm season. Hariyali Amavasya is the primary Amavasya of the Shravana month and this date falls amid the long stretches of July-August in the Gregorian schedule. Like other Amavasya, it holds solid religious qualities for the general population of Hindu people group. Hariyali Amavasya is commended with incredible intensity as the celebration of blustery season and in this day individuals turn out and appreciate the consistent magnificence of Nature. On this day, Lord Shiva is revered with full dedication.
In Hindi dialect, 'Amavasya' infers 'no moon day' and 'Hariyali' signifies 'greenery', along these lines Hariyali Amavasya is seen as moon celebration amid the blustery season, when the nature blooms under the most favorable conditions. The merriments of Hariyali Amavasya are extremely eminent in Northern conditions of India like Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh. It is renowned in different areas too however with ious names. In Maharashtra it is called 'Gatari Amavasya', in Andhra Pradesh as 'Chukkala Amavasya' and in Orissa it is commended as 'Chitalagi Amavasya'. Similarly as with the names, the customs and conventions shift in ious parts of the nation, yet the soul of festivities stays same.