The Cold Moon, observed on December 27, 2023, marks the arrival of winter in the Northern Hemisphere and is associated with the winter solstice, the time of the year with the longest night. Its significance spans various cultures. For instance, Native American tribes named it symbolically for the winter season and long nights. In Hinduism, the moon is seen as a symbol of recurrence, rebirth, and the ancestral world, playing a significant role in cultural folklore and rituals. The Cold Moon’s different phases also hold varied auspicious and inauspicious beliefs in Hindu culture, influencing emotions and mental states. This phenomenon continues to be an integral part of cultural and spiritual observances worldwide.