When is Akshaya Tritiya 2016
Akshaya Tritiya (अक्षय तृतीया) in 2016 will be observed on Monday, May 09,
Akshaya Tritiya Date 2016
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AkshayaTritiya 2016 a golden day for eternal success. There are many things to do on this day beyond buying gold. Don’t miss this auspicious day which comes only once in a year. To know more go through this article.
Akshaya Tritiya or some times call Akha Teej is very auspicious day.
Tritiya means third Tithi (Lunar day) of Bright Half (Shukla Paksha) of Hindu month of Vaishakha, it corresponds to April-May in Gregorian calendar. During Akshaya Tritiya the Sun and Moon are in exaltation; they are simultaneously at their peak of brightness, which happens only once every year.
The word “Akshaya” means the never diminishing in Sanskrit and the day is believed to bring good luck and success.
AkshayaTritiya is very holy day for Hindus and Jains as-well.
Lord Vishnu and his incarnations are worshipped on the day. People also conduct Lakshmi puja on Akshaya Tritiya.
It is also believed that composition of Mahabharata started by Sage Vyasa began the on Akshaya Tritiya day.
This year Property developers and real estate agents are hopeful that by coming May month, many of the under construction houses and townships will be booked during Akshaya Tritiya. Festival is considered to be an auspicious time to invest in real estate and Akshaya Tritiya is no exception.
Gold bought on Akshaya Tritiya in 2015 has lost more than 11% while the annualized loss since 2012 stands at 2.6%. So the question is this: On April 21, which is when the auspicious day falls this year, how much gold should you buy?
‘Akshaya-Tritiya’ also called a day for GOLD !
India is probably the only country where a religious day is linked to a practice of gold buying. It is the ‘gold’en day of ‘Akshaya Tritiya’ and we are talking tons of gold here. According to estimates, Indian consumers bought about 25 tonnes of the gold on this festive day in 2014. However this was much lower than the buy in 2015 due to soaring prices when India, the world’s largest consumer of the yellow metal, bought some 40 tonnes of Gold in 2016. So what makes Akshaya Tritiya a day for GOLD?