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Magshar Month 2017 in Gujarati Calendar – Magsar Mahina or Margashirsh Month 2017

Magshar Month, or Margashirsh Month, is the second month in a traditional Gujarati calendar followed in Gujarat, India. Magshar Month 2017 in Gujarati Calendar begins on November 19, 2017 to December 18, 2017.  As per Vikram Samvat calendar, the current year in Gujarati Calendar is the Vikram Year 2074. Some of the important festivals in the Magsar month include Mokshada Ekadasi and Gita Jayanti.
Ekadasi Fasting Dates in Magsar Maas Mokshada Ekadasi - November 30
Saphala Ekadasi – December 13, 2017

Pradosh Vrat Dates
Pradosh - December 1
Pradosh – December 15

Sankashti Chaturthi monthly fasting dedicated to Ganesha in Margashirsha Mahina is on December 6, 2017 – Moonrise or Chandrodaya is at 8:55 PM – Indian Standard Time.

Magshar Maas Sud Padavo and Vad Padavo – Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha Magshar Month Sud Padavo in 2017 (Waxing phase of moon) is from November 19, 2017 to December 3.
Magshar Month 2017 Vad Padvo Paksha (Waning phase of moon) is from December 4, 2017 to December 18…

Rohini Nakshatra 2011 – Rohini Nakshatram Dates in 2011

Rohini Nakshatra 2011 dates based on traditional Hindu calendar, Astrology and Panchangam. Rohini Nakshatram is the fourth Nakshatra among the 27 Nakshatras. Below are Rohini Nakshatra dates in 2011. The astrological prediction of this Nakshatra as per Moon Sign is that of Vrishaba Rashi. Venus or Shukra is the Lord of this birth star. The lucky color of Rohini star is white.

Tirukkural Teachings on the Importance of Farming

Wherever it may wander, the world follows the farmer's plough. Thus despite all its hardships, farming is the foremost occupation. Farmers are the linchpin of the world as they support all who take up other work, not having the strength to plough. Those who live by the plough live in self-sufficiency. All others lean on them to simply subsist. Mother Earth laughs when she sees lazy men crying, ‘We are so poor.’ Those who eat food harvested with their own hands will never beg and never refuse a beggar's outstretched palm. When farmers stop farming, even desireless ascetics will not last long.

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