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Dhanu Rashi 2017 Predictions – Based on Hindu Astrology Moon Sign Sagittarius Zodiac in 2017 – How will be year 2017 for Dhanu Rasi?

Dhanu Rashi – Sagittarius Zodiac (Hindu Astrology Moon Sign) – people will see both negative and positive development. Some people will face job loss or business failure. There will be gains from property deals. Detail Dhanu Rashi Astrology Predictions for 2017 is given below. February, June, July, August and September 2017 are good. April, May and November will see both good and bad times. January, March, October and December 2017 are bad.

Career - Professionals will not be happy with work. Some you will be able to make use of your authority for good. Job loss or a transfer to undesired location for some is a possibility this year. At workplace, some of you will be able to complete projects on time and gain reputation. Self employed professionals will be disappointed with developments. Avoid taking harsh decisions regarding career based on a single incident. Not a good year to change jobs.

Finance – There will be loss from speculation. You might get money from an unexpected quarter. T…

Vrischika Rashi 2017 Predictions Based on Hindu Astrology Moon Sign Scorpio Zodiac in 2017 – How will be year 2017 for Vrischika Rasi?

In 2017, people born in Vrischika Rashi (Scorpio Zodiac – Hindu Moon Sign) will face some tough situatinos. There will be serious issues at workplace and with your job. Your enemies will trouble you. Detail Vrischika Rashi Astrology Predictions for 2017 is given below. January, July and December 2017 are good months. February, March, June, August, and November will be tough periods. April, May, September and October 2017 will be both good and bad.

Career – Some of you will get transfer orders to a distant place. Promotion will be delayed but you will get it in this year. Pending cases related will go against your favour. Those looking for jobs abroad will face some disappointments. Good year for writers, artists and doctors. You will be able to complete projects successfully. You will be given important assignments. You can expect some unexpected trouble at the workplace. Some might change jobs. Luck in government related career matters.

Finance – Some of you will start the constructio…

Chengamanad Shiva Temple Festival in Ernakulam District

Chengamanad Shiva Temple Festival is located near Aluva in Ernakulam District in Kerala. The annual festival in the temple is observed in Dhanu month. Chengamanad Shiva Temple festival 2017 date is from January 2 to January 11. The shrine is located 10 km from Aluva.

The festival in 2017 begins on Avittam Nakshtram in Dhanu masam and the Malayalam date is Dhanu 18.

The annual festival in the temple is organized in such a way that it ends on the Thiruvathira Nakshatram day in Dhanu Month.

Various unique offerings are made at the shrine during the period.

Traditional performing arts, music and dance are staged during the period.

Caparisoned elephants, melam, fireworks and sheevali are part of the festival.

The temple is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, leaves, traditional lamps and lights.
The festival ends with Arattu. The utsava murti of the deity is taken out of the shrine for ritual bathing on the final day. Caparisoned elephants and melam are part of…

Solah Shringar in Hinduism

Solah Shringar is the sixteen symbols of love and fertility worn by married Hindu women. It is an important aspect of Hinduism. Symbolically it suggests that Devi resides in female body.

The Solah Shringar are Red dot on forehead (bindi)Mangalsutra (sacred marriage thread)Turmeric pasteFragrant flowersPerfumesBetel leaves chewedBlack beauty spot on the faceKohl for eyesMehandi on the handRed dye on the feetBrightly colored sari or dressJewelry on the hair (hairpins, tiara etc)Jewelry like nose ring, necklaces and earringsJewelry on the waist (Cummerbund)Jewelry on arms, finger and handsJewelry on feet

Sreekanteswaram Mahadeva Temple Annual Festival at Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala

Sreekanteswaram Mahadeva Temple is located at Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. The annual festival in the temple is observed in Dhanu month. Sreekanteswaram Mahadeva Temple festival 2017 date is from January 2 to January 11. The shrine is located in the heart of Thiruvananthapuram city in Kerala.

The festival in 2017 begins on Avittam Nakshtram in Dhanu masam and the Malayalam date is Dhanu 18.

The annual festival in the temple is organized in such a way that it ends on the Thiruvathira Nakshatram day in Dhanu Month.

Various unique offerings are made at the shrine during the period.

Traditional performing arts, music and dance are staged during the period.

Caparisoned elephants, melam, fireworks and sheevali are part of the festival.

The temple is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, leaves, traditional lamps and lights.
The festival ends with Arattu. The utsava murti of the deity is taken out of the shrine for ritual bathing on the final day. Caparisoned elep…

Konni Muringamangalam Mahadevar Temple Annual Festival at Konni in Kerala - Konni Muringamangalam Mahadeva Temple

Konni Muringamangalam Mahadevar Temple is located at Konni in Pattanamthita District, Kerala. The annual festival in the temple is observed in Dhanu month. Konni Muringamangalam Mahadevar Temple festival 2017 date is from January 2 to January 11. The shrine is located one kilometer from Konni town in Kerala.

The festival in 2017 begins on Avittam Nakshtram in Dhanu masam and the Malayalam date is Dhanu 18.

The annual festival in the temple is organized in such a way that it ends on the Thiruvathira Nakshatram day in Dhanu Month.

Various unique offerings are made at the shrine during the period.

Traditional performing arts, music and dance are staged during the period.

Caparisoned elephants, melam, fireworks and sheevali are part of the festival.

The temple is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, leaves, traditional lamps and lights.
The festival ends with Arattu. The utsava murti of the deity is taken out of the shrine for ritual bathing on the final day. C…

Pandalam Mahadeva Temple Annual Festival

Pandalam Mahadeva Temple is located at Pandalam in Kerala. The annual festival in the temple is observed in Dhanu month. Pandalam Mahadeva Temple festival 2017 date is from January 2 to January 11. The shrine is located 5 km from Pandalam town.

The festival in 2017 begins on Avittam Nakshtram in Dhanu masam and the Malayalam date is Dhanu 18.

The annual festival in the temple is organized in such a way that it ends on the Thiruvathira Nakshatram day in Dhanu Month.

Various unique offerings are made at the shrine during the period.

Traditional performing arts, music and dance are staged during the period.

Caparisoned elephants, melam, fireworks and sheevali are part of the festival.

The temple is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, leaves, traditional lamps and lights.
The festival ends with Arattu. The utsava murti of the deity is taken out of the shrine for ritual bathing on the final day. Caparisoned elephants and melam are part of the ritual.

Gopi Talav in Dwarka

Gopi Talav is located on the way from Dwarka to Bet Dwarka in Gujarat. It is a pond and associated with Bhagavan Sri Krishna. The popular belief is that Gopis of Vrindavan met Sri Krishna for the last time here. It is also believed that they merged in the pond and attained moksha.

The mud in Gopi Talav is yellow in color and is known as Gopi Chandan.

Gopi Chandan is worn as chandan on the forehead by some Hindu devotees.
Another attraction on the banks of the pond is the Mahaprabhuji Bethak.

Bharavi Thoughts

Those who wish well towards their friends disdain to please them with words which are not true.

The friendship of the bad is like the shade of some precipitous bank with crumbling sides, which, falling buries him who is beneath.

As drops of bitter medicine, though minute, may have a salutary force, so words, though few and painful, uttered seasonably, may rouse the prostrate energies of those who meet misfortune with despondency.
Be patient, if thou wouldst thy ends accomplish; for like patience is there no appliance effective of success, producing certainly abundant fruit of actions, never damped by failure, conquering all impediments.
Bharavi

Today’s Hindu Calendar – December 22, 2016 – Tithi, Vrat, Good Time, Nakshatra, Rashi and Festival

Tithi in Hindu Calendar on Thursday, December 22, 2016 (Today) – Krishna Paksha Navami Tithi or the ninth day during the waning phase of moon inHindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Navami Tithi or the ninth day during the waning phase of moon on the entire day on December 22 and till 12:21 AM on December 23. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Dasami Tithi or the tenth day during the waning phase of moon. All time based on India Standard Time.
How is December 22, 2016 as per Hindu Panchang? – It is not a good date. Nakshatra – Hasta or Atham or Hastam Nakshatra till 9:13 PM on December 22. Then onward it is Chithra or Chithirai or Chithira Nakshatram.
In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and south Rajasthan), it is Hasta or Atham or Hastam Nakshatra till 6:42 PM on December 22. Then onward it is Chithra or Chithirai or Chithira Nakshatra.
Rashi or Moon Sign – Kanya Rashi.
In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and south Rajasthan),…

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