Each lunar month in Hindu calendar has two Chaturthi Tithis. The one after Purnimasi or full moon during Krishna Paksha is known as Sankashti Chaturthi and the one after Amavasya or new moon during Shukla Paksha is known as Vinayaka Chaturthi.
Although Sankashti Chaturthi fasting is done every month but the most significant Sankashti Chaturthi falls in month of Magha according to Purnimant School and in month of Paush according to Amavasyant School.
If Sankashti Chaturthi falls on Tuesday it is called Angarki Chaturthi and it is considered highly auspicious. Sankashti Chaturthi fast is mostly observed in Western and Southern India especially in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.
02 January (Saturday) Sankashti Chaturthi moonrise20:59
31 January (Sunday) Sankashti Chaturthi
Sakat Chauth moonrise20:51
02 March (Tuesday) Angarki Chaturthi moonrise21:43
31 March (Wednesday) Sankashti Chaturthi moonrise21:37
30 April (Friday) Sankashti Chaturthi moonrise22:40
29 May (Saturday) Sankashti Chaturthi moonrise22:27
27 June (Sunday) Sankashti Chaturthi moonrise21:58
27 July (Tuesday) Angarki Chaturthi moonrise21:52
25 August (Wednesday) Sankashti Chaturthi
Bahula Chaturthi moonrise20:56
24 September (Friday) Sankashti Chaturthi moonrise20:33
24 October (Sunday) Sankashti Chaturthi
Karwa Chauth moonrise20:25
23 November (Tuesday) Angarki Chaturthi moonrise20:46
22 December (Wednesday) Sankashti Chaturthi moonrise20:29